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(Dub) 3 : The Formidable Ally



The role of Kenji Murasame changes in each of his appearances in the Tetsujin 28 series, but in each of them, he eventually becomes a useful and formidable ally of Shotaro. His name in the Gigantor dub was Dick Strong, something which has become more notorious in recent years. He was not present in the 1980 series, but does appear frequently in Giant Robo: The Animation.




(Dub) 3 : The Formidable Ally


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Kenji is immediately introduced as a secret agent and Shotaro's ally in the 1960's version, whereas they clash many times in the later version. In the 1960's edition, he played a large part in finding important information for the group, and also in saving the day. Frequently, he would use special disguises or fighting techniques in order to get his work done.


In the 2004 series, Kenji and his brothers are briefly shown as wanted criminals who go after money and military weapon blueprints, the second of which they destroy, hoping to rid the world of large weapons. Their parents were killed by a firebombing, and as a result, it makes them hate war and weapons of mass destruction. They avoid harming others during their heists. When Tetsujin is accidentally activated, causing Tatsu Murasame and Ryu's deaths, Kenji pursues revenge against Shotaro by attempting to get rid of Tetsujin, and then the control box. At one point, he helps reunite Dr. Franken and his monster, and works with Thrill Suspense's gang. After some time, he becomes an investigative reporter and slowly becomes an older brother figure to Shotaro. After single-handedly shooting down the entire PX Syndicate (with encouragement by Ryu's spirit), he fakes his death in order to make Shotaro go through with the final stage of their plan. He uses throwing knives for self defence, once being scared away from guns after Ryu's suggestion.


Shoyo Hinata isn't a large guy, but he's got huge ambitions. Ever since seeing a small player score in a National Championship, he's been determined to become the next big thing in High School Volleyball. Unfortunately, the one time he was able to pull enough players together to form a team in junior high, they were completely trashed in their first and only match against a team led by up-and-coming setter Tobio Kageyama.Now, enrolled at the same high school where his idol once played, Shoyo's finally going to get his shot to join and play with a top team. There's just one problem: Tobio Kageyama's decided to attend the same school, and he's already considered one of the best players in the game. Can a kid out of nowhere hold his own against the King of the Court? Or could the rivalry and competition actually be the best thing for both of them?


well firstly ALL THE CHARACTERS IN BOTH ANIMES ARE SO ADORABLE AND LOVEABLE LIKE???? H O W T O H A T E ?? it's physically impossible, they're all so precious and you just wanna protecc the smol children


Javik gives stark comparisons between the current races now and their ancestors 50,000 years ago. He expresses surprise that the "lizard people" evolved at all, expresses amusement that asari have finally mastered writing when they could only count as high as their toes before, and notes how evolution has taken a strange turn in the current cycle, as most of the races of today see with only two eyes. As the most primitive races in his cycle were the most advanced today, he notes that he finds these "primitives" flying spaceships to be very dangerous.


Javik's imperial attitude towards everyone is born of the vast cultural rift between the ideals of the Prothean Empire and those of the current cycle. He finds the behavior of the races in the current cycle to be strange and occasionally comments on how alien it seems to him. He discovers much to his chagrin that the races of the current cycle are very different from his imperialist people. He fails to see why they should "ask" other species for help, believing they should just force the races to comply or destroy them. However he asserts that he doesn't care whether the current cycle understands him, or if he has a complete understanding of them. He doesn't call anyone by name, instead referring to them as their respective species and/or job occupation.


Regardless of his beliefs, he still has a modicum of interaction with the Normandy's crew. Joker insists that Javik should call himself 'Prothy the Prothean', to which Javik insists that Joker should allow 'Prothy' to throw him out the airlock. Mordin expresses the desire to dissect him - Javik accepts but only if Mordin can best him in combat. If Wrex is around Javik mentions that the krogan offered him a job, and that when he was tired of the "easy life of luxury on the Normandy", Wrex would give him something real to shoot at. Javik comments that there's some enjoyment in conversing with Garrus because of his formidable knowledge of war, though he thought the turian would be an even better marksman if he had four eyes. He also notes that many ask what he eats, but says they will never know as it is less likely to get poisoned that way. He does ask Shepard if the Commander keeps some fish in the Captain's Cabin, however.


Soon after being integrated into the Normandy team, Liara contacts Javik, talking with him about the Collectors and Shepard's role in destroying them. Javik is initially unhappy at more of his race being wiped out but realizes that they were indoctrinated. He tells Liara that he is grateful that Shepard killed them, calling it an act of mercy. Later, Liara contacts him again on the comm, trying to pry more information out of him about the Crucible. Javik is irritated at her persistence and snaps at her to let him recover. He tells Shepard that he wishes that the asari had never learned to talk.


After the geth dreadnought's destruction, Javik is found studying the geth. He expresses his displeasure at allowing one aboard the ship and tells the Commander to throw it out the airlock, much to their surprise. Javik then goes on to explain his people's history with AI, talking about the zha'til and their creators, the zha. He believes all synthetics eventually commit treachery and refuses to consider the possibility of finding a middle ground between them and organics. He advises Shepard not to trust the geth, and reiterates his prior statement: throw the present geth out of the airlock.


Javik gives further comments after his confrontation with EDI. He will still watch the machine, ever distrusting in nature even after Shepard defuses the argument. He notes how EDI's body was designed to be physically attractive and advises that Joker undergo a mental examination. Lastly, he states that the only advantage synthetics have over organics is that they can win staring contests. During his war with the Reapers, it is how they passed the time between battles. When everyone has four eyes, competitions can last for hours.


Later on, if Shepard talks to him in his quarters, the Commander can persuade him to use his Prothean Echo Shard, which starts off mildly and quickly takes him back to more traumatic events. Afterwards, he talks about how he himself once commanded a strong and loyal crew until they were indoctrinated and turned on him. Eventually, Javik tracked down his crew and slit their throats, watching them bleed to death to be certain. That was the day he understood that war is atrocity committed in the name of survival, a lesson he wishes that he never learned.


While in the London FOB during the final battle, Javik remarks that in his time, the races never came together, nor was there any rallying cry. He proclaims Shepard to be the exemplar of victory not just of any singular species but for all life, offering his hand in stark contrast to their first meeting.


If Shepard has Javik in the squad for the final push to the conduit, he can be killed by Harbinger if Shepard couldn't rally enough of the galaxy's forces. If he survives the encounter with Harbinger and is evacuated on the Normandy, he may try in vain to convince the Commander to allow him to remain and fight the Reapers, arguing it is where he belongs.


After the rescue of Dr. Ann Bryson, Dr. Bryson's daughter, Javik states that if the Leviathan is really a Reaper defector, then it is also a traitor, for traitors among the enemy can't be trusted. If it could betray its own kind, Javik could only imagine what it could do to Shepard.


If Javik is just lounging on the couch, when Shepard checks on his group the Commander sarcastically asks Javik's opinion if the current music compares to his cycle or not, and Javik predictably says no. He, however, is of the opinion that if they're not completely annihilated by Reapers and the galaxy isn't decimated for thousands of years, they should host this kind of party again.


If the third phase of the party is quiet, Javik will be sitting at the card table in the den with James and Liara, although he's not actually playing. In his typical fashion, he remarks that it is foolish to reveal secrets to the enemy. James offers to deal him on the next game, but Javik declines. James compliments the Prothean on his poker face as he says no, though Javik denies making such a gesture. If Shepard checks in, Javik reports that the asari refuses to take risks. He further admonishes the group claiming that if they had been playing one of the games from Javik's cycle they would all lose horribly.


The practice match that will determine Kageyama and Hinata's future with the Karasuno High Volleyball Club begins as Kageyama, Hinata, and Tanaka battle Tsukishima, Yamaguchi, and captain Daichi in a 3-on-3 match. Kageyama and Hinata can't coordinate initially due to Kageyama's old setting habits and constant harassment from Tsukishima but with encouragement from Sugawara, they manage to figure out a way to utilize their skills to create the perfect attack.


A mysterious manipulator, Alpha Quintesson, also known simply as Alpha Q (tee-hee-hee!) has his tentacles spread wide, influencing the actions of both Autobot and Decepticon alike. Physically weak and not adapted to combat, he created the Terrorcons to fight for him, and controls them with the assistance of his close ally: the vicious, prideful general Scorponok. His goals may seem unclear, and vary depending on accounts, but what remains constant is his desire to revive the chaos god Unicron! 041b061a72


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