|| September 2002
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Dogasu's Backpack | Old Updates Archive | September 2002
September 30th, 2002
This one's gonna be quick. I got a bigger image of the American Pokemon 4Ever poster, so that's over in the fourth movie section (thanks Blue Hiker 2000!). I also fixed two links--one on the Pokemon Zensho page, and the link to Episode 21 on the Episode Comparisons page. And finally, I got a dub title that I forgot to put in, the one for Episode 247,"Will the Real Oak Please Stand Up?" Yes, that's a real episode title, folks. I also put all those movie 4 & 5 pictures on my Envy account (instead of having them all on my Tripod one), so everything should show up now. Other than the ad at the top of the page (really, if Miramax isn't going to promote their movie, someone may as well do it), that's about it.
I've recently been having problems with my computer--it won't upload anything. Or if it does, it's very rare and takes a long time. So, I'm having to save everything on a disk and go to the library to upload everything. A small inconvenience, but if updates seem a little spaced apart until I can get this problem fixed, you'll know that I probably didn't get a chance to go to the library that day.
to read on a sunny afternoon
OK, that big thing that a lot of you will like is going to have to wait until I can sit down and figure some of these programs out. But I think this update should be big enough to hold you over until then:
By the way, some more Japanese episodes of the anime have been delivered to my house for me to compare. The only thing is that I have to go home to watch them, which won't be until mid-October. So once I get back, expect some new comparisons. Until next time!
OK, I've got a big French test in the morning, so I'll make this quick--first, I've fixed some of the links on the main Episode Comparisons page (mainly the link to Sailor Moon Uncensored) and have even added a few links. Secondly, I've added a few things to the Movie 1 Video Edits page (thanks to King Dedede for the information). And lastly, I've added a link to the Movie 4 Soundtrack page to a website that has the entire soundtrack available for download.
I'll update soon with something I know you guys will like. I'll give you a hint: the contents of the update are something that I used to have on this site, but I've taken them down since. Well, they're returning, but what "they're" is will be a secret for a few more days. Later!
Pokemon Advance Day!
For no reason at all, I decided to do a bunch of updates regarding Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. First of all, I've updated the Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire page with new information (well, new to this site) about the games' storyline, ability to keep track of time, items, and the Pokemon Contest. Thanks to Palette and Serebii.net for some of the information. I've also added a bunch of pokemon names from the Ruby/Sapphire games to the big pokemon list, bringing the grand total up to 30 new pokemon that we know of. I've also added a character bio for Hazuki (the male trainer in Ruby/Sapphire who recently made an appearance in the anime) and I've updated the Jouto League pictures page. See ya soon!
the world know that Arc the Lad 2 is the WORST GAME EVER!!!
Hey, it's hard coming up with update titles...
Anyway, I have some more bios up for you guys, this time for the heros of the Pokemon Crystal Special. So head on over to the Humans' Bios section to read the bios for Kenta, Marina, and Jun'ichi. They took me a long time to do (especially Jun'ichi, since I had to reconstruct a bit of his body for the main picture of him), but I hope you think that they're worth it. There's also a new Japanese episode title, as well as several dub titles.
Speaking of the dub, I got a chance to catch Pokemon: Master Quest yesterday. The episode itself was pretty good (it actually had a plot!) and it seems that 4Kids is sticking to the same format as they did for the last season (with the akward commercial breaks). There are two things I want to comment on--first of all, the new opening theme. 4Kids' fifth opening theme shows scenes from the fourth and fifth Japanese opening themes (sans the katakana over each pokemon's name, of course), as well as several episode clips that really stick out because of the difference in animation quality. As for the song...it was ok-ish, I guess. I don't like it as much as the other two Johto openers, but they're not as bad as the Indigo/Orange Island opening themes either. Of course, the dub can't hold a candle to "Ready Go!" but what do you expect? The other thing I wanted to comment was the title screen. 4Kids is now using the title screens that the Japanese have been using since the first Jouto episode--a text box with slots for each of the eight gym badges. Whey they're starting to do it NOW is beyond me, but I guess it's better late than never, huh?
I also heard a rumor that Pokemon Encore (reruns of Pocket Monsters that airs Tuesday nights in Japan) will be put on hiatus for a while. Can anyone confirm this?
Anyway, I want to keep going with these bios for a while until I can get some more Japanese episodes in the mail. Yes, that's right, steps have been taken to get more episodes so that I can do more Episode Comparisons. Once I confirm that my PayPal thingee works, I'll start selling stuff on e-bay to pay for more episodes, so don't think I've forgotten about them. I also haven't forgotten about adding stuff to the Movie 5 section like I said I would--I'll get to it eventually. Anyways, I'm off to study--I've got four exams this week!!!!
of the Rocket's Parents!
Sorry I haven't been able to update for a while, but I hope this will make up fo rit. I've got a whopping four new bios for ya--Mondo, Miyamoto, On'na Boss, and Kojirou's Parents. Other than that, I've added a small note in the Episode 38 comparison and the title of the next American episode. That's it for now!
Edit 12:07pm ET: Whoops, seems that the Mondo picture didn't work. I fixed that, so all the pictures should work now.
Have a good weekend? I did, even though it was kinda boring. Got to see a filler episode of Pokemon that wasn'tthe same as the others (no "trainer-of-the-day!"), the premiere of Inu-Yasha (not bad, not great, and very different from Rumika Takahashi's other works), and the hilarious special premiere of 4Kids' "Fox Box." Anyway, here's your update:
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