The Monster anime series adapts Naoki Urasawa's manga of the same name. The 74-episode series was created by Madhouse and broadcast on Nippon Television from April 7, 2004, to September 28, 2005. Directed by Masayuki Kojima, it is a faithful adaptation of the entire story; essentially recreated shot for shot and scene for scene compared to the original manga. The few subtle differences include short snippets of additional dialogue and slight re-ordering of scenes in places. The series soundtrack is composed by Kuniaki Haishima.
It's Halloween and so Alex and Ben decide to WRASSLE with MONSTERS! Today's episode is all about Monster Wrestlers In My Pocket! So get yourself in that ring and let the guys give you a pile driver of audio banter!Show NotesDan's siteBehemoth's Monsters In My Pocket Collective Site:
Scientists capture a monster in order to put in on display at the World's Fair. Their attempt fails and the monster is on the loose. After the monster begins tunneling underground, the Science Patrol must track its location so they can prevent it from harming nearby populated areas.
This section contains episodes with unconfirmed airdates. They will be added to the main episode list when their airdates are confirmed. However, these episodes have been released on DVD on November 11, 2014 and they have been released at other countries.
Dave Pressler confirmed on his blog that Robot and Monster was possibly renewed for a second season with 14 episodes in August 2011. However, due to the show's move to Nicktoons in December 2013 (which is considered a Nicktoons burial site) and no mention of the show in recent upfronts, the 2nd season was scrapped.
I have received a couple inquiries about the rumor that Robot and Monster was cancelled while in production, or \"Pink Slipped\" before we even premiered. The good news is none of that is true. Robot & Monster was actually picked up for 14 new episodes that would launch a second season in Aug of 2011. The whole team got really busy, keeping the work going on the first season episodes and creating 14 new ones.
The following is a list of episodes from the anime series Monster. The 74-episode anime version of Monster is a faithful adaptation of the entire story. It is mostly recreated shot for shot and scene for scene compared to the original manga. The few subtle differences include short snippets of additional dialogue and slight re-ordering of scenes in places. The series soundtrack is composed by Kuniaki Haishima.
The episode starts with Godzilla, Future \"Godzilla\", Mechagodzilla, Gamera, Mr. Fantastic, and The Thing wandering around Monster Island, failing to find their friends. They are approached by Jet Jaguar, who is wearing a black coat and talking in a deep voice. Godzilla is happy to see his friend is normal again, but he warns Jet about Mecha-King Ghidorah's bomb. Right on time, the cyborg appears and zaps Mechagodzilla. Because he had a time travel antenna, he was sent to be lost in time and space. Jet tells the Godzillas to save their friends, as Jet wanted personal revenge on MKG.
The cyborg part of King Ghidorah starts taking over and activates the bomb. Much to his horror, King Ghidorah starts his bombing completely out of his control by flying up and planning to divebomb down. The LESBIANS then realize they were betrayed by their leader, who they never met. We then see Destoroyah watching the group of monsters, laughing quietly. Being what seemed like their final moments, the monsters have one final moment together as they look up into the sky. However, Rodan makes the choice to sacrifice himself by flying into MKG before he reaches the ground, but not before confessing to Mothra that he loves her. With Rodan dead, Jet points out that the bad monsters ran off, but he will hunt them down one by one as revenge for what happened. Godzilla mourns Rodan's death, but unbeknownst to them, Rodan's voice could be heard in a fire saying \"Fire Power...\"
Blaze and AJ meet and befriend a white monster machine named Snowbie who loves to play in the snow. They will need to stay cool if they hope to get him to the top of a snowy hill in time for a special wintery celebration.
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Trade with the Animal Kingdom (獣王国との交易, Jū Ōkoku to no Kōeki) is the twenty-sixth episode of the anime adaptation That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime and the second episode of the second season.
Overall, it's a much deeper message than the black-and-white world order of previous episodes. It'll be sad to see Ushio & Tora take a break for the next three months, but this is an adequate halfway point that will ideally guide the epic conclusion of this show once it returns. This almost could have been a satisfying conclusion to the show, but the Hakumen no Mono awaits with one eye open, and that imagery alone is enough to keep me anticipating the next chapter.
SummaryThe Second Coming tries to find a way to escape the cave in which he fell, but he finds himself without items. Trying to climb the walls, he ends up making just a little too much noise, which grabs the attention of a Warden. The monster starts chasing TSC, but the stick figure quickly realizes that the Warden is blind, and diverts his attention to sneak out in a ruin and open a chest, hoping to find some useful tools. He finds a book, a candle, a stick and a Golden Apple. He throws the apple as a distraction and then crawls in a small tunnel, but the Warden starts breaking blocks to reach him. However, TSC manages to create a flute using the candle and the stick, and plays music found in the book, which gives the Warden a flashback to the Warden and the old village he used to live in. The Warden becomes friends with TSC, who explains to the Warden about Orange, causing the two to go fight him. Orange is quickly overpowered by the Warden and TSC, despite trying to use a gold block to power his staff. Eventually, he ends up finding the Master Block, getting the upper hand again.
But Sora points out that \"Over Sword\" has another effect, and Gongenzaka explains it - the monster targeted by the card cannot have its attacks negated. The attack destroys \"Silver Claw\" and sends Yūya flying, reducing him to 2000 LP. Gongenzaka ends his turn with that. Nico claps his hands, praising the beautiful collaboration of Gongenzaka's knowledge of Action Cards and Synchro Monsters. He asks Mr. Gongenzaka if he'd say it's truly a new horizon for Steadfast Dueling, but Mr. Gongenzaka doesn't seem convinced.
He Sets the Pendulum Scale with the Scale 2 \"Rakudown\" and the Scale 6 \"Lizardraw,\" and the monsters appear in their Pendulum Zones on the field. Yūya chants \"Sway, pendulum of the soul! Draw an arc of light across the aether! Pendulum Summon! Appear now, my loyal monsters!\" From his hand, Yūya Pendulum Summons \"Stargazer Magician,\" and from his Extra Deck, he Summons \"Entermate Silver Claw,\" both of them in Defense Position. Shūzō cheers for the Pendulum Summon and Futoshi gets shivers. Tatsuya notes that they're both in Defense Position, and Ayu asks why.
Sora reminds them that little-Gongenzaka's \"Susano-O\" has 3800 DEF, a value that Yūya can't challenge. Yuzu comments that that's why Yūya is making a wall with Defense Position monsters, and Sora muses that it would seem to be the case. Yūya thinks of a new way to defeat Gongenzaka, knowing that he has to Summon \"Rune-Eyes.\" He ends his turn, and Tatsuya observes that in the end, Yūya could only tighten his defenses. Yōko points out that Yūya can't win with just that.
Yūya compliments Gongenzaka's strength, and Gongenzaka asks if Yūya is forfeiting the match. Yūya reassures Gongenzaka that if he was going to surrender he'd let Gongenzaka land the finishing blow, but that's only after Yūya has gone all out. Declaring his turn, Yūya draws \"Entermate Discover Hippo\" and thinks that all he can do now is Pendulum Summon, and he does so, bringing out the Level 3 \"Hippo,\" much to everyone's shock. Using \"Discover Hippo\"'s effect to be treated as two Releases for the Advance Summon of a Level 7 or higher monster, Yūya Releases \"Discover Hippo\" to Advance Summon \"Odd-Eyes Pendulum Dragon\" from his hand. Tatsuya and Ayu cheer at the Summoning of Yūya's ace monster, but as Sora notes, the 2500 ATK \"Odd-Eyes\" can't defeat the 3800 DEF \"Susano-O\".
Yuzu wonders what Yūya is going to do, and Yūya activates the Pendulum Effect of \"Entermate Lizardraw,\" allowing him to draw a card and then return \"Lizardraw\" to the Deck. \"Lizardraw\" fades from the Pendulum Zone, and Yūya declares that this is the best that he can do right now, and he draws dramatically, getting \"Entermate Trump Witch,\" and the card glows yellow. Though surprised, Yūya quickly Sets the Scale 4 \"Trump Witch\" in his Pendulum Zone. Gongenzaka tells Yūya that he's wasting his time, since even if he resets his Scales, he can only Pendulum Summon once per turn. Yūya responds with the activation of \"Trump Witch\"'s Pendulum Effect, allowing him, once per turn, to use monsters on his field to perform a Fusion Summon.
He snags it with his fingers, and lands and rolls to a safe stop, him and the kids heaving a sigh of relief. Gongenzaka is shocked at how far Yūya went. Sending the \"Over Sword\" in his hand to the Graveyard, Yūya activates the Trap Card, \"Dangerous Draw ,\" which allows him to draw a card, but if it's a monster, he'll take damage equal to its ATK. Everyone is shocked at the card, since if Yūya draws a monster with 450 or more ATK, he'll lose the Duel. Yōko explains that Yūya is gambling his future on this draw, and Yūya himself swallows, thinking that he believes in himself and his cards as his pendulum begins to swing. He draws, getting \"Big Return,\" and the head of a dragon appears around his pendulum. Yūya immediately activates \"Big Return\", allowing him to reuse a \"once per turn\" effect on his field. 59ce067264