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  • Hey! Not sure how much you still use this but I was just wondering more about your collection. I am currently working on an Adult Swim history and preservation project. I would love to know more about what Adult Swim and Cartoon Network related content you have. Thanks!
    Compared to the Japanese seiyu Kyle Hebert's Kamina is alright but honestly not that great. I like his interpretation of the character but it's not quite as enthusiastic as the Japanese seiyu. So if somebody was comparing the two I could understand why they'd feel Hebert wasn't that great.
    Compared to the Japanese seiyu Kyle Hebert's Kamina is alright but honestly not that great. I like his interpretation of the character but it's not quite as enthusiastic as the Japanese seiyu. So if somebody was comparing the two I could understand why they'd feel Hebert wasn't that great.
    Compared to the Japanese seiyu Kyle Hebert's Kamina is alright but honestly not that great. I like his interpretation of the character but it's not quite as enthusiastic as the Japanese seiyu. So if somebody was comparing the two I could understand why they'd feel Hebert wasn't that great.
    Aha... so, someone else here does like Faulconer's score, eh? I always thought it was considered a cardinal sin to admit to liking it in public, but I guess that just comes with the territory of listening to Jacob all the time. :p

    For the purpose of that thread, my comment was a little tongue-in-cheek... but hey, since I know I'm not alone now, I'll admit; I like it. Americanized or not, you still can't deny the awesomeness of tracks like these.
    Aha... so, someone else here does like Faulconer's score, eh? I always thought it was considered a cardinal sin to admit to liking it in public, but I guess that just comes with the territory of listening to Jacob all the time. :p

    For the purpose of that thread, my comment was a little tongue-in-cheek... but hey, since I know I'm not alone now, I'll admit; I like it. Americanized or not, you still can't deny the awesomeness of tracks like these.
    Aha... so, someone else here does like Faulconer's score, eh? I always thought it was considered a cardinal sin to admit to liking it in public, but I guess that just comes with the territory of listening to Jacob all the time. :p

    For the purpose of that thread, my comment was a little tongue-in-cheek... but hey, since I know I'm not alone now, I'll admit; I like it. Americanized or not, you still can't deny the awesomeness of tracks like these.
    Yes but the origin is Little Kuriboh's parody of the first Naruto movie. Naruto is about to give up when he see's a vision of Iruka sensei (who is obsessed with One Piece as always in LK's Naruto parodies) who is dressed like Kamina. He says "Naruto, believe in the me that believes in the you that believes in the ONE PIECE" and oddly enough inspires Naruto to win his fight. As I like Iruka and Kamina and of course One Piece I thought it was pretty awesome.

    Now if I could just get more images of a Gurren Lagann/One Piece crossover. I only have one and it's not the best avatar material.
    Yes but the origin is Little Kuriboh's parody of the first Naruto movie. Naruto is about to give up when he see's a vision of Iruka sensei (who is obsessed with One Piece as always in LK's Naruto parodies) who is dressed like Kamina. He says "Naruto, believe in the me that believes in the you that believes in the ONE PIECE" and oddly enough inspires Naruto to win his fight. As I like Iruka and Kamina and of course One Piece I thought it was pretty awesome.

    Now if I could just get more images of a Gurren Lagann/One Piece crossover. I only have one and it's not the best avatar material.
    Yes but the origin is Little Kuriboh's parody of the first Naruto movie. Naruto is about to give up when he see's a vision of Iruka sensei (who is obsessed with One Piece as always in LK's Naruto parodies) who is dressed like Kamina. He says "Naruto, believe in the me that believes in the you that believes in the ONE PIECE" and oddly enough inspires Naruto to win his fight. As I like Iruka and Kamina and of course One Piece I thought it was pretty awesome.

    Now if I could just get more images of a Gurren Lagann/One Piece crossover. I only have one and it's not the best avatar material.
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