デサント F.J.
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デサント F.J.
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wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
wisnia:

Heinrippy did a big post of the different renditions on the iconic “shooting star” sequence a while back. This is a post compiling the different takes on another emotional scene in the canon, that of 004’s backstory.
Depending on the version, Hilda was either hit by the gunfire or she died as a result of the crash.
Also dependent on the version: Albert was either badly wounded as well, or (as in the Underground Empire retcon) he voluntarily became a cyborg out of feeling he’d already lost everything.
Hilda is usually short-haired, but “Legend of the Super Galaxy” gave her long hair within its flashback.
There are three separate renditions for the 2001 series: The scene in the pitch trailer, one in the opening sequence (which was replaced for the English version and all dubs based off it), and in the flashback in the episode “Tears of Steel”.
The Archaia version changed the accident from involving a truck to involving a plane. With the modern setting employed and the Berlin Wall being gone, it does make you wonder what circumstances were preventing Albert and Hilda from getting married :(
Hilda was originally disguised as a lioness in the manga and the ‘79 version, but the truck changed from being one with an open lions’ cage in the back to being a standard one (and it pretty much stuck since). The later versions either had Hilda hiding in the back with the luggage, or being in the passenger seat.
As far as I know, the ’60s anime didn’t cover this, and the ’60s films skipped over all the other team members’ backstories ‘cause the content probably wasn’t appropriate for Toei’s child audience. The Albert in the ’60s films thus comes off as this giddy, louder guy and sort of falls in line with the talkier, snarkier Albert from the early manga but minus the tragic backstory.
…yeah, I need to find some stuff for a happier screencap post now ;;
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chiauve:

This is wisnia’s fault, by the way.
SUPER-GENKI-BISHOUNEN-JETTO-ATTACK.

marcusto
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punkzelda3:

FINALLY! 

After months of desperately wanting and hoping to buy this beauty, I got it!!! 

And I’ll make sure to get the wonderful @marcusto’s signature to make it official.
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marcusto:

thelittlestbat:


my hoodies - cyborg 009 (commission)

marcus wanted some hoodies for himself and the rest of cyborg 009 team so we made four men’s sweaters inspired by 009’s costume and one women’s based on 003’s suit ♥ each of them have an additional detachable high collar. hope you’re gonna like it! TuT

Aren’t these the best things you’ve ever seen! Thanks theLittlestbat
marcusto:

thelittlestbat:


my hoodies - cyborg 009 (commission)

marcus wanted some hoodies for himself and the rest of cyborg 009 team so we made four men’s sweaters inspired by 009’s costume and one women’s based on 003’s suit ♥ each of them have an additional detachable high collar. hope you’re gonna like it! TuT

Aren’t these the best things you’ve ever seen! Thanks theLittlestbat
marcusto:

thelittlestbat:


my hoodies - cyborg 009 (commission)

marcus wanted some hoodies for himself and the rest of cyborg 009 team so we made four men’s sweaters inspired by 009’s costume and one women’s based on 003’s suit ♥ each of them have an additional detachable high collar. hope you’re gonna like it! TuT

Aren’t these the best things you’ve ever seen! Thanks theLittlestbat
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gutsanduppercuts:

Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung as teenagers.

OMG.
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wisnia:

The lizard in Archaia gets off luckier than the wild lizards that the team hunted in the manga.
wisnia:

The lizard in Archaia gets off luckier than the wild lizards that the team hunted in the manga.
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heinrippy:

Comparisons are fun
heinrippy:

Comparisons are fun
heinrippy:

Comparisons are fun
heinrippy:

Comparisons are fun
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renaroo:


Cyborg 009 (2013) #1 (of 4)

"I’m  not a ‘piece of machinery,’ monsieur! We are still human beings.”
Man. It’s going to take me forever to read this comic. I can’t stop staring at the art. This is gorgeous. Just… everything about this page is gorgeous, but especially how distinct each of the characters look both in characteristics and personalities Just in this opening sequence.
There’s a lot of information being fed to us, sort of an overview of the extensive history from Cyborg 009, but considering this is an adaptation of a manga that has 36 volumes, I don’t find this surprising. It’s something like the first act of a play, where our major setting and character relationships are set for us up front. And this is a lot of high concept Sci-Fi.
We are dealing with 9 cyborgs, after all!
Requested by smallestcoat
renaroo:


Cyborg 009 (2013) #1 (of 4)

"I’m  not a ‘piece of machinery,’ monsieur! We are still human beings.”
Man. It’s going to take me forever to read this comic. I can’t stop staring at the art. This is gorgeous. Just… everything about this page is gorgeous, but especially how distinct each of the characters look both in characteristics and personalities Just in this opening sequence.
There’s a lot of information being fed to us, sort of an overview of the extensive history from Cyborg 009, but considering this is an adaptation of a manga that has 36 volumes, I don’t find this surprising. It’s something like the first act of a play, where our major setting and character relationships are set for us up front. And this is a lot of high concept Sci-Fi.
We are dealing with 9 cyborgs, after all!
Requested by smallestcoat
renaroo:


Cyborg 009 (2013) #1 (of 4)

"I’m  not a ‘piece of machinery,’ monsieur! We are still human beings.”
Man. It’s going to take me forever to read this comic. I can’t stop staring at the art. This is gorgeous. Just… everything about this page is gorgeous, but especially how distinct each of the characters look both in characteristics and personalities Just in this opening sequence.
There’s a lot of information being fed to us, sort of an overview of the extensive history from Cyborg 009, but considering this is an adaptation of a manga that has 36 volumes, I don’t find this surprising. It’s something like the first act of a play, where our major setting and character relationships are set for us up front. And this is a lot of high concept Sci-Fi.
We are dealing with 9 cyborgs, after all!
Requested by smallestcoat
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bugsamillion:

It’s finally mine~
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naphal:

Distressed Lizard is my favorite 009 character
naphal:

Distressed Lizard is my favorite 009 character