Hello, and welcome to Yamcha's Anime universe! Some of you may know me from visiting my Myotaku page (username: Yamchaa), but if you havent visited or dont know me, then thats cool too lol. Im a big anime fan and ive been one for as long as i can remember. I collect anime movies, magazines, figures, all things related to anime, and im proud to say that i have a pretty hefty and diverse anime collecion which is usually constantly growing, and with this new world i hope to make new friends and spread my knowledge of anime to whoever may need it ^_^
That's right, since there arent any decent, in depth Reviews of the Legendary Megazone 23 anime, i have taken up the task of creating one myself.
I'll be starting with Part 1 and release each part of the OVA as a separate review, so people wont get things mixed up.
I plan on starting tommorrow, by collecting screenshots from my Megazone 23 dvds and then i'll go from there. The current plan is to post the Reviews on my Myotaku page since i'll have the freedom of posting screenshots to coincide with everything without limitations, but if i can get the reviews onto some other sites, that would be cool too.
I got that Nintendo rolling cart for Christmas (along with the NES and 2 games) about 22 years ago. I was watching a Nintendo Podcast earlier with Xaos and it reminded me of this cart, which i had just got out of storage a couple of weeks ago. I just pulled it out of my closet and cleaned it off really good, then put my old NES back on top of it, along with some games.
Ive had the cart for so long, and my whole gaming experience began with this cart, along with hours of playing Super Mario, Duck Hunt, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It feels good to have the cart out in the open again. New games and system come and go, but the memory remains.
This is actually an impromptu post, but it meant alot to me, so i wanted to post it up today.
90% of the members here on Theotaku probably wont understand this post, but the handful of older members who have been here since the beginning probably will.
Back in the day (years ago) when Theotaku was still new, i was just a kid in High school, and everyday after school i would go into the computer lab and go to Theotaku.com to check out the awesome pics the site had posted up for various anime series. The biggest hubs on the site were Dragonball Z and Gundam Wing, but the Cowboy Bebop and Outlaw Star sections were awesome as well.
Well back then, I managed to print out alot of those screenshots that were posted up on the site, and a couple of weeks ago while i was cleaning out a storage building, i found a box with all of them in there. I took screenshots, and i even made a short video so new and old members alike can check them out.
I still have some more to go through, so i'll be sure to post them up as soon as i go through them :)