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  1. 4 points
    her cup size is 2F while agito and sho only have a cup size 1 and 3 respectively.
  2. 4 points
    These are the only boobies I want to see more of.
  3. 3 points
    The usual breakdown of this usually goes as follows: Guyver 1 - Blank slate. Sho had no ambition/motives in life and the unit stayed its default color and gave a pretty basic design. I wouldn't say "default" as there is likely no "default" look. Guyver 2 - Lisker wanted power. He wanted to move up in the world. Yellow/Gold are usually associated with power. It has never been properly confirmed whether or not the damaged look is because of the damage to the control metal, but the alternate model head that Max factory released is also mean looking, as Lisker not a man to cross. Guyver 3 - Dark ambitions, dark armor. Even further mutated by the general malice and evil that Agito likely feels. He wants to rule and will step on any one's corpse if he has to. Despite his "good guy" status at points, when he got his unit, his ambitions were dark as they come. Guyver 2-F - She's out for revenge, but it is based somewhat on her relationship with Lisker... Purple/pink is a weird color for her, unless she has some unresolved feelings... Guyver 0 - Very likely was a hunter. Fierce and violent... But not evil. Probably a hunter of a tribe and very brave. Green is often considered the color of bravery. So he has a mean look, but not an evil color.
  4. 3 points
    It's kind of sad at this point. Even the site itself is dead because we're not getting any new information about the next chapter. I wish there was something we could do; like make up a new petition, or send him so much fan mail that it actually jogs his memory, helping him to realize how many fans are left waiting for the next installment of the series. The conclusion, I should say. It should have been done by now. This is getting ridiculous!
  5. 3 points
    Then there's this beautiful piece of crap...
  6. 2 points
    Scott Wilson died on October the 6th from cancer. He played in the Walking dead as Hershal. May he rest in peace.
  7. 2 points
    I'll be watching it tomorrow, I#m not to fussed what "critics" think. They hated 300, I loved it.
  8. 2 points
    New Guyver+Sonic crossover: Aptom the Hedgehog: http://guyver-world.ru/fanart-cannibal.html
  9. 2 points
    Crossover events are one of the most basic phenomena in comics. Nowadays, it's virtually impossible to have a year go by without both of the Big Two having one. They vary greatly. Some are considered legendary, hallmark comics. Others, absolute dreck. Some crossovers are viewed as great milestones, so important they become bywords for world-changing events. In DC's case, the textbook example would be the Crisis on Infinite Earths. For Marvel, I propose it's Civil War. Civil War was huge. It was one of those very rare crossovers that lives up to the hype. I recall reading in a comic, months before, in some editorial, fourth-wall-breaking captions, that it was going to 'rip the fandom in two', and that is precisely what happened. The concept - as always with great works - is simple. Many years earlier, the X-Men had had to deal with the 'Mutant Registration Act', legislation which would require of all people with mutant powers to register their identity with the government. Now, the 'Super-Human Registration Act', SHRA, was proposed, which would require all super-powered Americans to register their identity and powers, and to get a license to use their powers in public. Some people, especially young, inexperienced superhumans, would be required to attend a training camp to get the license. This seems invasive and paternalistic, bordering on fascistic according to some, logical and responsible according to others. After all, people are required to have a license to drive a car or own a fire-arm and those can often do far less harm than certain super-powers. About half the super-heroes tended to agree, about half opposed, with the vast majority not 100% sure which side to pick... and therefore picking based on who was leading the opposing parties. The heroes who opposed registration and ended up going 'underground', even posing violent resistance from hiding, were led by Captain America. The heroes who supported registration, by Iron Man. In the months that led up to the story, it was becoming clear that the government would sign the bill into law. Tony Stark lobbied for all that he was worth to stop this from happening, aided by his protegé Peter Parker, but then disaster struck: a group of young heroes, the New Warriors, who were filming their own reality TV-show, happened upon a group of supervillains who had been among the dozens who had escaped the super-prison the Raft months earlier. They engaged, but in the battle, one of the villains - the psychotic Nitro, who has the ability to explode and re-form himself at will - detonated with such tremendous force that over 600 people, including the New Warriors (with one survivor) and almost a hundred children were killed in the blast. A horrified Congress passed the bill almost immediately... and Tony Stark now had to work to get the law accepted by the superhero community. As said, this failed; about half of the heroes refused to accede, leading to basically a nationwide manhunt for Captain America and his allies. In the event - comprised of a main series, several accompanying mini-series, one-shots and crossovers with regular series, making it possibly the most massive example of its kind in Marvel history - Tony was the face of the pro-registration side. And he suffered for it. Some fans agreed with him, many others denounced him as a fascist bully-boy fighting to oppress everybody. While ostensibly neutral, in fact the comics fairly consistently depicted him as unreasonable, blinkered, and his methods brutal; superheroes who got arrested were sent to '42', a prison in the Negative Zone which was shown to be a deeply unpleasant place, akin to a Soviet gulag. About halfway through the event, Spider-Man decided he could no longer side with the pro-Registrationers, and defected (this led straight into the events of 'One more day', probably one of the most despised Marvel comics of all time), leaving Stark even more alone and abandoned. In the end, Pro-registration won, with Captain America being arrested and, just before his trial, assassinated by order of the Red Skull. The superhero community was and remained deeply divided for years, and the Marvel landscape was profoundly changed. And at the heart of it all was Iron Man. This, I have to say, was what broke the hero. This was the cut-off point he never really recovered from. The issues of his own comic dedicated to 'Civil War' were a two-issue story; in the first one, the villainous Spymaster broke into Stark Industries to assassinate Tony Stark, ensuring chaos and more profit for him, while also taking revenge on his hated enemy. It went differently; Happy Hogan managed to stop him, and while the villain got away to lick his wounds, Happy was left severely injured without anyone even knowing who had been the perpetrator. In the second issue, Happy was in hospital in a persistent vegetative state, life support systems keeping his organs going; there was no hope of recovery. Pepper told Tony that Happy, a former boxer (if you recall) once told her that that was no way to live; some old friends and idols of him, great fighters in their time, were little more than vegetables after they retired. Iron Man confronted Cap's side, including Spider-Man, and demanded to know if they were in any way responsible for what had happened; satisfied with their vehement denial, he let them go. The issue ended dramatically: Happy died, it being heavily implied that Tony had used his Extremis abilities to shut down his life support functions, rather than letting him live on as a living dead man. From here on out, things were never quite the same.
  10. 2 points
    If I had 3 wishes, one of them would definitely be for the Guyver to have mega million multimedia franchise. Honestly it's a sin it never got more recognition.
  11. 2 points
    If he doesnt want to finish it he should at least hand it off to someone to wrap it up.
  12. 2 points
    I think that it would likely be pretty powerful, but as you stated, it's brain wouldn't likely be able to utilize the Guyver unit to its full potential... in more ways than one. I've always assumed that the Human beings particular design is what makes the Guyver unit so potent on it. A body with high adaptability, a survival instinct and a brain capable of higher functions. A T-Rex would have lots of power in terms of raw muscle, but it's cold blooded nature and small brain would not be a good mix for the unit. So while all creatures designed by the Creators were part of a weapons project, they likely wouldn't nearly be as effective with a unit on them, as the specific conditions that make the Guyvers so powerful, are not in the right balance. ( For example, a Unit boosts a hosts strength by 100x... but that is because of power from the waist orb and control medal using the brain of the host to maximize potential. Without the human brain, a T-Rex might on get a tiny boost in comparison, and may not get any of the known weapons). It's also likely why they were so scared. They had made the ultimate weapon. It's what they intended, but not exactly what they had wanted. They weren't scared of T-Rex's at all. But squishy little men got them running.
  13. 2 points
    it's been a while since i last posted anything here.. here is some update i found...
  14. 2 points
    1) The Lexx - “I am the Lexx, I am the most powerful weapon of destruction in the two universes”. (Lexx) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qn2OCbu701Q 2) No-Ship (Dune) 3) Spacing Guild Heighliner (Dune) 4) USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E (Star Trek)
  15. 2 points
    Hey Maze! Thanks for noticing that. I think the scale of the zoalords are decent but the zoanoids are a bit off. Too small. Definitely grab any figure you think is a steal on price as any of them can cost a pretty penny! The main reason I have them set up this way is so you can see more when looking at it leveled. I got a cool shelf off of eBay to add more height too. See below.
  16. 2 points
    Still here as well. Came across the original ova on VHS at a suncoast store in the late 90's If I remember Correctly. Absolutely loved it. Watched it probably once every other week. That's all knew about it until one day in a Best Buy I see volume 1 of the new series. I was like "Holy Crap!!!!". Then when I got home to watch it I saw the booklet inside and when I skimmed through it I say one of the voice actors holding the Max Factory action figure. I nearly drenn my pants. I had no idea there were actions figures. So I googled it and eBay came up and I saw there were a number of figures and the original colored models and all kinds of stuff. That's when I joined eBay in 2005 so I could buy the action figures. Over the next year or so I got figures 1 thru 11. Then I saw Imakarum come up for pre order but money was tight so I had to pass. I decided maybe later. My figures sat on the shelf for awhile and i kinda difted away from Guyver. I still watched the anime dvds I had frequently but that was it. Then things picked up for me a couple years ago and i found myself drawn back in. I wanted to get Imakarum to finish the figure line. Imagine my surprise when every where I saw the prices were $500+! Decided to start collecting the models instead for the time being along with other Guyver stuff. Managed to finally get Imakarum for a really good price, got all the models, figures, figmas, Gigantics, two different Lisker 1/6 resin statues, both Vile Guyvers by Narin, the mangas, Guyver 3 statue, some busts, G unit prop etc. Trying to finish the trading card collection for the cards that came in the models have just 3 to go. Waiting on the Prime 1 ultimate G1 to ship. Probably won't be until next year some time Having Peter Hall who did the G1 resin bust with guts showing sculpt a 1/6 Griselda figure. He should start it in August. Would like to eventaully get the Guyver and Guyver Zoanoid bust from ECC but i might need to sell a kidney. And like the rest of you I'm wishing he would continue with the manga. I need more Guyver as I am kinda going through withdrawal lol.
  17. 2 points
    Totally still here. I got into Guyver about 1996. Saw the first vhs tape at a specs music store. I was 14 and had a $20 burning a hole in the pocket. So as I was perusing the anime section BAM! There was that cool cover art. Scoped the back cover and thought how cool it looked. I bought it right then. I wore that tape and my friends out watching it over and over. For the longest time I only had those first 2 episodes to watch. Then I bought all the graphic novels from viz at a local comic shop and the fascination grew. But after viz cancelled the books and the tapes stopped, I was out of it for a long time. 2014 is when I found his first appearance in monthly shonen captain and I happened across this site. I have since read all of the mangas at least 4 times and amassed my sweet collection. I hope the manga will get back on track and come to an awesome end soon. And I also have the Guyver1 statue to look forward to soon... So I am satiated in the moment.
  18. 2 points
    Geez, Blockbuster! That takes me back. Didn't that company go under 5 years ago?? My intro to Guyver was also via VHS rental, but at a local convenience store. Probably back in 1999/2000. My dad let me rent out Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend, thinking it was a kids cartoon After that I was hooked on everything 'Manga Entertainment UK' was distributing at the time. Guyver, Crying Freeman, Fist of the North Star, Ninja Scroll, Akira, Ghost In The Shell, etc.! Wow, that was a blast from the past just recalling all that! Such nostalgia from almost 20 years ago!! Good times!!
  19. 2 points
    Still here bro. I have to say, those of us that are left really are hardcore fans. Anyone feel like sharing how they got into Guyver to the point that led them to this forum? For me I was 5 years old and my landlady's son was watching it on the TV. It was the Enzyme fight from the old OVA anime. It was the coolest thing I had ever seen. After that it left my mind for a few years until I was like 13 or something and was looking at the new anime section at my local Blockbuster. Then I came across some Guyver VHS's. I immediately got my grandma to rent them and watched tapes out of order(you had to take what you could get back then they didn't have all the episodes) and most of the time one or two were rented out. At that point I had been watching stuff like Pokemon and Sailor Moon early in the morning already but I really do credit Guyver with getting me into anime proper. Been a fan ever since.
  20. 2 points
    thancrus is not some squishy character. dude got blindsided by a high freq blade from underground, there is no way to defend against that. and there hasn't been any zoanoids or hyperzoanoids that has been shown to resist a hfb anyhow. thancrus has been shown in the extras to be faster than the human eye can keep up with, assassinating a guy on stage, in the middle of a crowd, and on tv i think(that part is a little hazy). i always been a little annoyed at how underappreciated and especially how underused that guy is. i was hoping that thrancus would get a retelling like lisker did in the 2005 series, but alas, he got sliced and diced like always.
  21. 1 point
    Guyver and Berserk both started around the same time. Both are dark. Both are "still going". Only one has WAYYYYY more recognition than the other. It's not fair. "Have you heard of Berserk?" - "Oh I love Berserk, thankfully I can always find the manga at a bookstore when I finish a volume" "Have you heard of Guyver?" -- "you mean MacGyver?" --"No this guy" *shows pic* "Oh, isn't he from that really horrible movie with Mark Hamill?"
  22. 1 point
    Strength in Guyver is really iffy. Take the infamous image of a Gregole on X-day, lifting an Abrams tank - which weighs more than 50 tons - overhead.
  23. 1 point
    Yo, guys I'm back with new content... granted it isn't fanfiction material (I've been busy with that RPG system I was working on before I went dark). I have just added new pictures of my female Zoalord (or should I say Zoalady ) Harmonia Sel'estra. https://www.deviantart.com/ultimatewkar/art/Harmonia-Inked-757515462 https://www.deviantart.com/ultimatewkar/art/Harmonia-Colored-757515245 https://www.deviantart.com/ultimatewkar/art/Harmonia-Colored-and-Shaded-757514616 I also have varies pictures featuring Breast expansion, GTS, as well as some test images I've been doing since getting clip studio paint and my drawling pad. As always you can putting me on your deviant watch list for whenever I get to adding new guyver art or you can browse my older guyver pictures. If you are a fan of the forgotten realms or Eilistraee, you might like my recent upload of art depicting the goddess of good drow. Also, if you are interested in learning more about my 3D's tabletop RPG game as it is being develope you can read release development document over on my scribe account as well as other things, including a 3.5 D&D guyver class and some old datafiles found here. https://www.scribd.com/user/55660345/Loren-Deerwester I release new documents that I develope for the game periodically whenever I want to show it to the ladies and gents over on the chosen of Eilistraee board, which you see the past discussions we have had over there http://www.eilistraee.com/forums/index.php, under the several topics title I Need and Opinion my name there is my D&D character Leema Har'gachi which you can also find art of on my deviant art account. I hope you all enjoy my new art and I will try not to be gone as long.
  24. 1 point
    I don't know if they'll be able to top this one... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bWwZ5o-7r0
  25. 1 point
    And this is the cover for Vol 2.