Yeah, when the heck did people stop calling them lemons?? I remember very distinctly looking up DBZ lemons. Also the drawings to go with them.
OMG I REMEMBER THE LEMON GOSH JUST HOW OLD AM I?
Oh I remember the lemons.
Lemon fic. Taken from the name of a classic series of 80s H anime shorts called “Cream Lemon.” Many of them had involvement with popular Japanese animators of the day, so it was kind of a notable deal. One of the stories got expanded and spun off into a little movie called Project A-Ko; some of the original Cream Lemon footage made it into the final movie (B-Ko’s bath scene, for instance).
Stickertiiime! I’ve begun mailing out the stickers for all the Dungeon Panic backers who ordered them. This is something I’m doing on top of my normal duties as the lead artist, so please be patient as I send them out a little at a time.
In other news, a light has appeared at the end of the tunnel, and we are finally clawing our way out of the character animation phase. You will have lots of options for character customization, and the town will be populated by randomized NPCs. Here’s a work-in-progress preview of what we’ve done so far:
We’ve still got a long way to go before all of this is finished, but we’re getting closer to a beta release, which backers will have access to.
“Kyoshinhei Tokyo ni Arawaru” Short film directed by Hideaki Anno (Evangelion) and Shinji Higuchi. Monster design by Hayao Miyazaki. Produced by Studio Ghibli.
“Kyoshinhei Tokyo ni Arawaru” (Giant God Warriors Appear in Tokyo) is a 10:07 minute Tokusatsu short created as a promotional piece for the “TOKUSATSU Special Effects Exhibition” at the “TOKUSATSU Special Effects Museum”, which has Anno Hideaki (Eva’s director) as the museum’s director. Studio Ghibli’s managing director, Toshio Suzuki, proposed it to be shown with “Evangelion 3.0” and Anno Hideaki agreed. The short features the “Kyoshinhei” (Giant God Warriors) from “Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind” and was made to show the fascination and the fun of miniature Tokusatsu.
Worth mentioning too that Anno worked on the Nausicaa movie doing animation for the God Warrior, and thus the connection. The manga of course went a lot further with the idea, but this looks neat!
Mischief Makers by Treasure/ Enix. Ever since I first discovered this game, its been one of my all time favorites. This game was (and still is) awesome! Unfortunately, my copy is too scratched to work anymore though.
Get a load of this guy! y’all dirty for this.
I had no idea Mischief Makers had a PSX release! I own it on N64. It’s a relatively unknown platforming powerhouse classic.