I have thus far managed to watch two full episodes of Mucha Lucha, it rocks. Seriously. It rocks seventeen different kinds of ass. The Flea is super coo'.
I saw a commercial for new He-Man toys. I haven't seen an episode of it yet, but, judging from the toy commercial, which featured He-Man with Battle Cat and Skeletor with Panthor, it must rock, because the toys are fucking kickass.
He-Man's actually better than the original, if for no other reason than because they don't use the same four frames of He-Man running toward the camera on a red background over and over again.
The stories are a little soft-headed and occisaonally the animatiors get too pleased with themselves (was it neccessary for EVERYONE to spin their swords in Episode 2?) but it's decent enough stuff, especially compared with "Transformers Armada" which challenges "Beast Machines" as the most chickenassed TF show ever.
What I want to know if where's the love for "Ultimate Muscle?" especially on this, a wrestling board? You have to admit the DMP is at least as effective as the NWO B-Team.
I watched the first Transformers: Armada show, and man, that bit the big one. I was thinking, they would have *some* improvement from the original show since it's been, what, 15 years? Yeah, apparently their big improvement was three little kids. Great job, guys.
"Nothing remains interesting where anything may happen." -H.G. Wells "Show me the country in which there are no strikes and I'll show you that country in which there is no liberty." -Emma Goldman
Ultimate Muscle is apart of Fox's FoxBox Saturday morning lineup. I don't know the times for it since they switched it up, but it has two episodes each Sat., so if you miss one week you miss a lot (like I have).
So like... that's on normal fox stations? If so, sweet. and I need to invest in some video cassettes. Cartoons rock, except for french ones (Unless the Highlander cartoon was done by a french company, I think it was, that rocked ass. So, if it was indeed french, it is the exception that proves the rule), but getting up early on a saturday is just wrong now.
The dim sum at Yank Sing is perfection. No trip to the Bay area is complete without a visit. They have 2 locations: 49 Stevenson Street 415-541-4949 101 Spear Street 415-957-9300 M-F 11:00 am-3:00 pm Sat-Sun 10:00 am-4:00 pm www.yanksing.