Parody of Japanese anime, featuring a guy named Mikey who travels to Japan to star in an anime, where he discovers his new co-stars are all basically walking anime clichés.

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Parody of Japanese anime, featuring a guy named Mikey who travels to Japan to star in an anime, where he discovers his new co-stars are all basically walking anime clichés.

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Ozu: Rule Number One! Be in bed by nine o'clock.
Yes Man: MAKE IT EIGHT!
Ozu: Rule Number Two! No playing with your food.
Yes Man: NO FOOD FOR ANYONE!
Ozu: Rule Number Three! Always wear your seatbelt.
Yes Man: EVEN WHEN SLEEPING!
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Hey x2, You x2
Beat Crusaders
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An excellent show
17 December 2009 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

I can't really see why so many people are bashing on this TV-show. I mean, sure the Animation is crude, the chibi style is a bit overused and there's way too many sound effects. But still, there's many points why this is a great one too.

First, Kappa Mikey is actually just a parody of itself. It's not meant to be serious, and the target audience for this show has to be Anime lovers. You'll see lots of references to Full Metal Alchemists, Chobits, Azumanga Daioh and even Yu-gi-oh which is jokes most people just don't get. I also see most of the people complaining are either kids, teens who can't write normal English or nerds, huh?

Secondly, the character designs looks very decent, not really crappy. I mean, it's still a lot better than most Anime flash animated movies on the net, right? The coloring is also just right, so let's give an applause for that.

Third, most episodes are about the problems regarding Anime. Edits when releasing it outside Japan (Like 4kids does), Piracy (Ecspecially Video Games), writing scripts for countless episodes (Bleach, Naruto, One Piece...) and the use of music.

Fourth, the fact that they actually got a popular Japanese band like "Beat Crussaders" to perform their theme song is just unbelievable. Fantastic. Splendid. And the song is even catchy. The fact that they didn't bother to make a new ending theme is what keeps it away from getting 10 of 10.

I guess some people will continue to bash this show to death and make fun of people who're watching this. But they're just stupid themselves, since they can't blame anyone for liking a show. That would be the same as blaming someone for enjoying violence.

But that's all for now. And at least give this show a chance, before blaming it for everything. It took quite some time to get into it.


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