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Delivery Boy
« on: 05-08-2005 19:58 »

From the Washington Examiner's story on the resurgence of G.I. Joe:

This fall, Hasbro is releasing a new wave of action figures to coincide with Fox's September debut of the new cartoon series "G.I. Joe: Sigma Six," with two-dimensional characters and 3-D backgrounds and vehicles - like the high-end, Japanese animation version of "Futurama," according to Blaylock.

Okay, so does that mean ...

1. This new G.I. Joe show is going to be like what a high-end, Japanese Futurama would be?

2. This new G.I. Joe show is similar to a high-end, Japanese Futurama already on the boards?

Bending Unit
« Reply #1 on: 05-08-2005 20:08 »

Defintely looks like #1 to me. Should have said "like a high end" instead of "the high-end."

« Reply #2 on: 05-08-2005 21:14 »


Well, it's probably #1, but it'd be freaky weird if it was #2.
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