Go to hell, and if you get separated from the field trip group, meet back at the lunch tables.
This Week: Kama Sutra: The Ultimate Sex Adventure (Kyuukyoku no Sex Adventure Kamasutra).
Go Nagai, and one of the longest lasting works of Sanskrit literature.
This Week: Dream Dimension Hunter Fandora (Mujigen Hunter Fandora)
Go Nagai’s first original anime, an OVA built from the ground up to be such a project, near as I can figure out. He had other anime adaptations before, sure. Some gigs where an anime and manga would come out at the same time as well. And indeed even a previous OVA based on his Barabanba manga.
Here though, was for building something direct and specifically for going to the store and buying a tape. Which is interesting to me to check out, given how he works and how his ideas have been received at times.
This Week: Violence Jack: Harlem Bomber, Violence Jack: Evil Town, and Violence Jack: Hell’s Wind
As I have been already on a personal gore and horror backcatalogue theme for October, and the currently airing Kill la Kill has so much raw Go Nagai inspiration in its tank, Violence Jack seemed like a natural fit to spin back around to doing some light revisitng for this week.
While this is normally a space where I talk about any and all productions I watched that are not currently airing, and I did also view all of Gatchaman Crowds in the past seven days, it does not really fit with the theme I have been running with for these Friday writeups this month. That said, I did cover my thoughts on it earlier in the week if you are so inclined.