I guess I’m in a respect luckier than some in how Long I’ve been able to follow along with Bandai stuff, and with the recent separation of Power rangers from Bandai of America, I thought I’d take some time and write out my long history with the company; the highs and lows, and why I still get stuff in some form from them.
Battle city ends with Torture, fire in the flames, a fated confrontation, and a redemption of a lost soul.
Only half of which you got context to in the dub!
Everyone falls into the Depths of Link Vrain’s earliest Predecessor, in the anime-only filler arc exploring the kaiba Brothers’ backstory with their own villains to boot.
Too bad the chosen villains were a bit ridiculous and it was interrupting a more interesting Arc.
The most infamous arc in the franchise opens the door to the real way to play the game, the introduction of some of the strongest monsters in the game…and an Antagonist SEVERELY screwed over in import.
Also: a god turned into an executive producer. What idiot through that was a good Idea?
Duelist kingdom wraps with many more context shifts for characters in their original version, and a lot of cards that were later expanded into their own really cool archetypes.
The yugioh reviews return with the first arc of the second anime series, the one most people have seen….and just a small snippet of how bad the dub actually is when one learns of what they changed.
The Yugioh reviews begin with Toei’s take on the original manga, before the world became ruled by card games.
yes, there was such a time.