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O.G.T. Presents: The Weekly Jarvis Database Anime Special

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Now let's be honest here Japanese Anime has changed over the course of the 40+ years since it's introduction to North America.  We have seen a slew of the greatest to worst Anime that has surpassed American Animation many times over.  So much in fact that it has influenced American animation and movies with Japanese styles.  From Ultron talking about Metor originally mentioned as a spell in Final Fantasy 7 that spawned it's biggest fan base out of most Final Fantasy prequels and sequels.

For the youth out there that are only familiar with anime such as Naruto to Attack on Titan, Robertron and Kkaos Reinz invite you to quite the educational lesson when it comes to anime.  Your dealing with over 30 years of experience when dealing with imported originals to the unedited mainstream such as Dragon Ball Z without commercials, Gohan from the android saga of the future missing an arm and still fighting.  All the way to the Rosetta Stone of Anime: Urotsukidoji back in 1986 something so horribly graphic and mindbending you will never see it in an American theater anywhere ever!!!  There will be a lot to cover on this subject in addition to wether Anime has been saturated in the American market? Did sites such as Crunchy Roll answer the prayers of easy access to imported anime?

We know you may not agree and you may never shall but you will witness the power of the true linege Anime/Henti why because no punches will be pulled.  The truth about Anime will be revealed and this discussion began on last week's show this time we are going fully in with no mercy.

The beginning segment will cover the following news this week:

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