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Dogasu's Backpack | Old Updates Archive | February 2004

Small Update time
February 27th, 2004

I've got stuff for another site to work on, so I'll make it quick--the Episode Guide (both for Advanced Generation and for Housou) have been updated, as well as the TV Schedule.  Also, I now have the track listing for "The Challenger" CD single.  Woo.

Before I finish, I'll play reporter for a little bit.  The seventh season of Pokémon has just been given the green light by Kids' WB!  Courtesy of Toonzone:

Kids WB will unveil new episodes of various returning series, including: MegaMan NT Warrior (26 episodes); Yu-Gi-Oh! (25 episodes); Pokémon (52 episodes); Jackie Chan Adventures (13 episodes); ¡Mucha Lucha! (13 episodes); What's New Scooby-Doo? (13 episodes); and Xiaolin Showdown (26 episodes). Teen Titans will also be on the fall schedule.

Can't say that I didn't expect it, but it's still a nice announcement.  And, for those of you concerned, the Yu-Gi-Oh! episode count is a typo--it'll get 52 episodes just like Pokémon. 

I should hopefully have tomorrow's comparison up sometime Sunday, since I'll be out of the house pretty much all day tomorrow. 

Big Update time
February 23rd, 2004

Look!  Dogasu updated!  Let's see what he's got for us today!

Two episode comparisons ("The Cave of Ice" and "Gone Corphishin' "), a new CD listed in the CD Guide, an updated Episode Guide, and the Time Magazine article typed up and put in the Features section.  I told you I was going to have nicer updates.

Until next time!

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles = addictive
February 16th, 2004

I'm really sorry that all my updates lately have consisted only of new Episode Comparisons.  I promise to work on the other sections of the site and start updating it more than once a week.

With that said, today's update is the comparisons for "Which Wurmple's Which?" and "A Hole Lotta Trouble."  Other than that, check out the TV Schedule, which is about as up-to-date as I can get it. 

I'll be back sometime this week with more goodies.

Fulfilling your daily requirement...
February 10th, 2004

It appears that we, as Americans, are required to mention Janet Jackson's flash during the Super Bowl Halftime Show like every other second, so here goes:

I've got the "Sharpedo Attack!" and "Brave the Wave" episode comparisons up Janet Jackson's boobies.  Both episodes had more than time edits to them, so be sure to check them out Janet Jackson's boobies.  I've also added a little bit of information on the English version of the first Advanced Generation movie, "Jirachi Wish Maker," in that movie's page Janet Jackson's boobies.  Finally, I've updated the TV Schedule with listings up through March Janet Jackson's boobies. 

So, in conclusion, I'm all caught up with the Episode Comparisons, and the whole Janet Jackson thing at the Super Bowl is the most blown out of proportion event since the Britney/Madonna kiss.  Thank you.

Groundhog Day
February 2nd, 2004

The Pokémon Heroes and Camp Pikachu comparisons are finished, meaning that I now have all five Pocket Monsters movies compared to their Japanese versions.  It's about time, huh?  I've also tinkered with the rest of the Movie 5 section a bit, updating things where needed, and changing my romanization of Lyon's name (so people won't think her name is pronounced like the king of the jungle or anything like that). 

Also, the DVD Guide's been tweaked a bit. Whoo.




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