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The "American" comic book character featured in the story involving Yugi's friend's mask is a parody of Todd McFarlane's Spawn.
The "assassin" sent to kill Yu Gi and his friends in one of the games is most likely a reference to Golgo 13.
The god Zorc featured in later volumes could be a reference to the PC puzzle series Zork.
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Not every super hero gets an awesome robot, elemental powers to summon lightning, or can fly through the air due to sheer psychic will. No, some personalities probably aren't suited for the super hero role, but it's thrust upon them anyway, strange powers and all. 2013-05-25
We're bringing you all the news from Anime Boston with coverage all weekend!
Aniplex of America Panel
This week on Hey, Answerman! Brian disputes any and all claims about the "proper" length for a TV series! Then, there's Shop Talk, about opening your own anime and manga store, and some jabberin' about the scourge of Reverse Importation! 2013-05-24
Theron Martin interviews Kalafina and Yuu Asakawa at the midwest's largest anime convention. 2013-05-23
This week, Todd checks out The Starship Damrey, Black Rock Shooter, and the latest Guilty Gear! Plus the new Xbox, some DS leftovers, and yet more Guilty Gear. 2013-05-22
Get a personalized autograph from Stephanie Sheh, even if you can't make it to one of her convention appearances (Or don't want to wait in line for a chance for her autograph even when you can make it to a convention). 2013-05-21
If this film causes more permanent damage than most Pokémon outings, that's wholly the fault of its main character, Keldeo.
On the whole, The Battle for Doldrey is a mixed bag of strengths and weaknesses. While that may be true of most things, there are few places where those lines are so clearly drawn as in this film.
The best thing about the grab bag of episodes on this disc is that there's probably something to suit most personal tastes—whether that taste runs from to intense philosophical drama to ... comical snowball fights.