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    Default Re: Capsule Monsters Manga Value?

    Quote Originally Posted by cohenmarioman View Post
    I noticed. But still, a man took a long hard time creating manga with Capsule Monsters in them, I think it should not be credited as Pokemon material, becuase Pokemon is Pocket Monsters, and was only Capsule monsters as prototype.
    lol I agree that we should change the title, I'm still not sure how it got confused in the first place lol

    also, i don't think it was "long hard work" to make a few chapters with Capmon in it, legit like 3-4 chapters tops lol
    although the Capsule Monster Game Boy game is sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeslob View Post
    lol I agree that we should change the title, I'm still not sure how it got confused in the first place lol

    also, i don't think it was "long hard work" to make a few chapters with Capmon in it, legit like 3-4 chapters tops lol
    although the Capsule Monster Game Boy game is sweet
    No, Kaz (Yugioh creator) had a game in his original manga he created himself (just like with Duel Monsgter's the popular card game) which was the main focus of 2 chapters of the manga. The hard work was the creation of mechanics really. 13 anime episodes too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cohenmarioman View Post
    No, Kaz (Yugioh creator) had a game in his original manga he created himself (just like with Duel Monsgter's the popular card game) which was the main focus of 2 chapters of the manga. The hard work was the creation of mechanics really. 13 anime episodes too.
    again 2-4 chapters tops (if you include Mokuba's Death-T chapters)
    and those 13 anime episodes had nothing to do Takahashi-sensei, that was all 4Kids.

    as far as mechanics, I think he put more time into M&W, than Capmon and the other various games he created lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeslob View Post
    again 2-4 chapters tops (if you include Mokuba's Death-T chapters)
    and those 13 anime episodes had nothing to do Takahashi-sensei, that was all 4Kids.

    as far as mechanics, I think he put more time into M&W, than Capmon and the other various games he created lol
    Actually, they used original animated sequences from Kaz. It just never made it to Japanese TV. Compared to the POL movie, it looks much more like the actual anime drawings.

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    Default Re: Capsule Monsters Manga Value?

    Quote Originally Posted by cohenmarioman View Post
    Actually, they used original animated sequences from Kaz. It just never made it to Japanese TV. Compared to the POL movie, it looks much more like the actual anime drawings.
    regardless, the show was directed, produced, and edited by 4Kids
    Takahashi has little to do with it at all... (if at all, I have not heard of this usage of Takahashi's sequences before now)

    but enough yugioh talk, this thread is about Pocket Monsters
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeslob View Post
    regardless, the show was directed, produced, and edited by 4Kids
    Takahashi has little to do with it at all... (if at all, I have not heard of this usage of Takahashi's sequences before now)

    but enough yugioh talk, this thread is about Pocket Monsters
    Until the thread changes names LOL

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