|| March 2005
Old Updates Archive
Dogasu's Backpack | Old Updates Archive | March 2005
"Balance of Power" and "A Six Pack Attack!" are up.
But before you look at those, look at the images from the edited
versions of "A Double Dilemma"
and "Love, Petalburg Style"
that I've just added. They'll be replaced by DVD screencaps when
the DVD's with these episodes on them are released.
not I update tomorrow will depend on how much of my various school
projects I can get done.
Lucario says hi
the AG Movie 03 page with
much information as I could find on the Internet. And you know
what? I think I now have more information about the Lucario movie
on my site than I do about the Jirachi movie. Crazy, huh?
I'll have to fix that at some point.
I'll try to
work on the comparison for "Balance of Power" at some point today so
that I'll be on track for "A Six Pack Attack" tomorrow morning.
"Love, Petalburg Style!"
episode that premiered earlier today, "Love, Petalburg Style!"
I may not be
able to update tomorrow due to me trying to cram a week's worth of
homework into one day, but I'll try to update with something.
"Can't Beat the Heat"
I have no
idea what I'll update with tomorrow, or if I'll even update at all.
It all depends on how much of my spring break homework I can get
done between now and then.
"The Ties that Bind" Comparison
I would have
had this up earlier tonight, but I had a few errands to do that
prevented me from posting this earlier.
Here's "The Ties that Bind."
It's the episode where Satoshi and Shigeru begin their Jouto
League battle, and there were a few edits worth mentioning.
"Can't Beat the Heat!" As for Saturday? Eh...I haven't
decided, but I'm pretty sure I'll at least compare the new episode that
airs that day.
"Tie One On" Comparison
Jouto League comparison marathon begins today with "Tie One On." It's
my best work, so I may go back later and revise it. Tomorrow will
be "The Ties that Bind," and Friday will be "Can't Beat the Heat!"
news, I was able to get the "Destiny Deoxys" DVD the other day. I
haven't had the chance to go through the movie again for comparison
purposes, but I can tell you from my quick scan of the DVD that all of
the scenes cut out of the Kids' WB! airing have been restored to the
DVD. Yes, even the Musashi butt scene. One thing I did
notice, though, was the fact that the music was changed during the
scene with Ash and Tory eating in the park. Originally, there was
an instrumental version of Lovely Boy playing, but in the dub
there's an instrumental version of This Side of Paradise
playing instead. This change could have
been made for consistency's sake, but I'm willing to bet that there was
legal issue preventing 4Kids from using the song for the movie, which
why a new song had to be created.
Episode Comparsion, this time for the start of 4Kids' sixth season, "Address Unown."
plan to have a comparison for the Johto League episode "Tie One On" up.
Henshin A-Go Go!
some new comparisons up. That's unusual. I actually realize
I have a lot of them left to do, and my current dilemma is figuring out
one to do next. I'm trying to figure out if I should do some more
the final Jouto League episodes or if I should focus on the more recent
Challenge episodes...in any case, I won't be able to tackle another
until Tuesday afternoon, so send me an e-mail before then to let me
which one you guys want to see me compare next.
news, I went and bought Donkey Konga the other day, and at the
same time I rented Viewtiful Joe. Now I'm thinking I
should have done it the other way around. I remember
playing Donkey Konga (and then later, Donkey Konga 2)
in video game stores while I was in Japan and having a blast, so I
expected to have the same fun with the American version.
Unfortunately, the song selection in the American version...well,
it sucks. Most of the songs are video game tunes, inoffensive
rock songs, or nursery songs that sound like they're being sung by the
Kid Bopz kids. Oh yeah, and then there's the completely random
apperance by Blink-182. Meanwhile, Viewtiful Joe
is the most fun I've had playing a video game in a long time, and I'm
to see that video game creators haven't forgotten how to make really
I'll have a
new comparison up and some Lucario information up soon.
Updates coming soon
a few updates. Yet again.
I would have
more, but it seems as if the fates or whatever sort of upper being you
may believe in have conspired against me. My Internet decided to
quit on me Saturday morning, and I didn't get back online until Monday.
In addition, the photo shop program on my new laptop finished its
60-day trial run, so I've had to go and order the full version.
I'm still waiting for the program to arrive in the mail, so I
won't be able to create any images for the site until then. So
we'll be stuck having to look at Eriko up there on the "Next on Pocket
Monsters Advanced Generation" image a little while longer.
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