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Di nuovo insieme la dottoressa ;D cercheremo di indovinare le sigle degli anime Giapponesi e dei cartoni animati piu’ famosi ;D
Grazie a Re di Pixel per aver fatto l’ Enrico Papi della situazione.
nella scorso episodio …
Dragon Ball, I Simpson , Futurama , My Little Pony , Ben 10 e taaaaante altre sigle di Cartoni Animati anni 90 e 2000
Ma oggi si vola in giappone con tante sigle degli anime piu’ famosi
Dragon ball super , detective conan , attack on titan e tanti altri ;D
Riuscirai a indovinarle tutte e a diventare il campione di Sarabanda Nerd ?
Buona Visione dal Vostro Doc Vendetta di fiducia ;D
✪ CREEPYBOOK — Il Boogeyman un racconto creepypasta
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★Il conteggio da 1 a 10 è stato realizzato da ARAKRIS
** Quasi tutte le canzoni in 8BIT che uso provengono dal canale 8BITUNIVERSE Iscrivetevi anche a lui ;D
** La maggior parte delle soundtrack presenti nei miei video provengono dal canale Youtube NOCOPYRIGHTSOUND / INCOMPETECH e quindi sono esenti dal Copyright.
*** Nei video Creepy utilizzo le seguenti canzoni
— Alcune provenienti dal canale di Myuuji: http://www.youtube.com/user/myuuji
— Midnight Syndicate — Grisly Reminder : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFUIIfa38Yo
— Lavandonia Theme : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDNMrco6je8
**** Se sei un artista che ha disegnato una delle immagini da me usate in video CONTATTAMI e inserirò i dovuti credits in descrizione
In 1994, fans of fighting games were treated to two very different movies based on Capcom’s legendary fighting game franchise, and Andrew Rivera is here to see how they stack up to each other.
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The Street Fighter movie, based on the legendary series of fighting games from Capcom, is one of the most infamous movies based on video games. Yet the same year the live action Street Fighter 1994 came out, Japanese audiences were treated to the Street Fighter anime: Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie. Based on Street Fighter 2, the Street Fighter anime starred the real versions of Ryu, Ken, Guile, M. Bison, Chun Li and more, while the live action Street Fighter movie was doomed from the start. From the first Street Fighter trailer, we knew there would be signs of trouble when Guile was cast with Jean Claude Van Damme.
JCVD was an odd choice to play the all-American soldier, but there was at least one point of perfect casting with Raul Julia as Bison. In the analysis of our video essay, we explore why the animated film works so much better as cinema, and how animation might be the best way to translate games and the intensity of videogame gaming to the screen, which is the mission of our show Cut Scene. From the very first Street Fighter game, to SF2 and the legacy leading all the way up to Street Fighter 5 or Street Fighter V, the impact of Street Fighter is more than any single critique or review could imply. The future of the franchise outside of games is up in the air, but judging from the live action Street Fighter movie, the bar won’t be high to clear.
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CGI 3d Animated Spellbound Short Film by Ying Wu and Lizzia Xu. Featured on http://www.cgmeetup.net/home/spellbound-short-film/
«Spell Bound» is an animated short film about a lonely girl, Rene, who is jealous of her perfect sister Sunny but must save her after writing negative thoughts in her diary that unexpectedly transform into monsters.
A film by Ying Wu and Lizzia Xu
http://yingwuart.com & http://lizerology.blogspot.com/
Music by Garret Crosby Crosby_music@yahoo.com http://garrettcrosby.com/
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Produced At Ringling College of Art and Design http://www.ringling.edu/
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*** The follow-up to our multi-award winning film, The Maker is called ‘The Magnum Opus’. Get it on Amazon, Google Play, or Apple iBooks: http://bit.ly/GetTheMagnumOpus ***
In a world that judges people by their number, Zero faces constant prejudice and persecution. He walks a lonely path until a chance encounter changes his life forever: he meets a female zero. Together they prove that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something.
Zero has screened in over 50 festivals and has won 15 awards including ‘Best Animation’ from LA Shorts Fest and the Rhode Island International Film Festival and has been nominated for an AFI Award in the ‘Best Short Animation’ category.
Since its release on YouTube in May 25, 2011, Zero has been translated into over 40 languages by its many enthusiastic fans. To create translations in your language, visit this page:
About the Director: Christopher Kezelos has recently relocated to Los Angeles from Sydney, Australia and is seeking new Directing opportunities. To get in touch, you can contact him here: http://www.zealouscreative.com/contact/
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When Leo Messi has a dream to chase, nothing can stop him. Here’s Heart of a Lio, the amazing animated short film by Gatorade Enjoy it!
Cuando Messi tiene un sueño, nada puede detenerlo.
Disfruta del corto de Gatorade sobre Leo
Quan Messi té un somni, res el pot aturar.
Gaudeix del curtmetratge de Gatorade sobre Leo
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