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    HI all, this is my voice acted rendition of the first chapter of the Guyver manga. It serves as a personal tribute to Guyver and its enduring legacy as one of the greatest, most stylish and just plain fun Japanese superhero mangas. I hope you all enjoy this. I put a lot of work in it and I am charging nothing for you to see it. Just please spread the word if you like this and share it with your friends. I want this to be a perfect intro for anyone to get into Guyver, just like we already are. Hopefully this inspires more Guyver material!!
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    Quick update. Working bottom up on a leg.
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    Here's the new update. Finished the hands and starting the muscles and fine details. Still skittish about the tentacle weight balances. Is it wrong that I'm getting real excited about this?
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    So right now its basically body forming. One I do that I'll go back and shape up the muscles, then add in the small time detail.
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    Adding some more pics. Trying to upload in order. I'm a bit nervous to add in the weight balancers, but i have to say, its coming together so much easier than I thought it would. I was really worried about the feet and toes but... It came out much much easier than I was thinking. Its no where near as complicated as I been thinking.
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    Really difficult to say. Lobo's power is 100% physical, but oh boy, there's a lot of it. Plus he has the ability to regenerate himself from a single drop of his blood... or become an army of himself. Plus he is a murderous brute, but he can be clever if he needs to be... he created the plague that exterminated all life on his homeworld himself, after all. ...Did we cover Doomsday yet? Doomsday... the supreme survival machine. Created hundreds of thousands of years ago on the then-savage world of Krypton to be the ultimate life form by simply placing a child in the incredibly hostile environment, retrieving the remains, cloning it, and repeating it thousands of times, a being emerged that could adapt to anything. If killed, it regenerates - but altered, so it cannot be defeated the same way twice. Killing him at all is hard enough, though; when he first appeared on Earth, he was as strong as Superman and the two fought each other to death after he had torn through the Justice League. He obviously kept returning, each time more powerful than the last. Sometimes, his evolution makes him stronger in one way, but gives him a vulnerability he did not have before; he developed intellect on three separate occasions, for instance, and the first time it caused him to feel fear, leading to his defeat; the second time he decided he did not want to fight at all; and the third time it made him into 'Doomslayer', a being who made it his life's purpose to destroy all versions of Doomsday that existed. But survival is stronger, so his intelligence faded over time to turn him back into a nearly unstoppable killing machine. He eventually evolved into something so lethal it killed all life in its vicinity, just by being there. When Superman destroyed him and absorbed his remains, he then started to turn into a new version of Doomsday. To be honest I think Archanfel is the underdog here.
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    It was in 1985! Monthly Shonen Captain issue 1! I celebrated. Alone and sad... we need to make a Guyver convention and bring it back!!
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    If Guyver has taught me anything it's patience, and that it's well worth the wait.
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    Ladies and Gents, how do we react to that tweet?
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    Mod time.... Hello Guys / Gals / Guyvers / Zoanoids and others, Please remember we're not all from the same place in the world and what you might find is acceptable or the way to do things doesn't quite work that way in another part of the world. It's made all the more complex here were while it's a technically small Guyver community but its global. Yep it's bloody annoying that Takaya is taking his sweet time but in the end if you're a Guyver fan (especially one since the 90s) you know there are periods of timeout with zero explanation. Simply put we're all Guyver fans and we've all tried to push for info as to the why we're in our current lack of new content (as the why, it doesn't really matter other than the general word back is at some point Guyver will be continuing and Takaya isn't dead). The main rule of this forum is to be respectable to each other, there is no need for upset here and no need to be telling other fans what to do. Keep this in mind as this thread continues.
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    Hi guys, I have it on good authority that Takaya-Sensei is still working on the Guyver manga. New Guyver will be coming 'soon' and there have been 'some problems'. To ask more would be impolite.
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    A number of fans got a personal photo and message of thanks for a gift they went to him many years ago. It was a belated thanks, and was only a few months ago. he was happy and was clearly working on guyver related things. It has also been directly said by a personal friend of Takaya San, that there are legal type issues to do with the guyver Manga. I think it was some kind of licensing thing. It is technically conjecture, but these sources are pretty trustworthy.
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    It is deliberate. The movie version was a damaged one and the manga version is a faux medal created by Chronos.
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    Just started re-reading The Guyver from the beginning, since the books are just collecting dust on my shelf, when I started thinking about something that I'm sure must have crossed a few minds other than just mine. 3 decades into the story and we still don't seem to have an ending anywhere in sight. Still LOTS of things that need to be addressed too. ...and the whole epic story is dragging along at 10 pages a month. I'm just gonna come out and say this but, is anybody else worried that the story will ever be finished before Takaya dies? He's getting old. he's very slow. His editor needs to give the guy a kick up the bottom for real because considering how many new characters have shown up in the past few years, and snailpace at which this is going on, I'm finding it increasingly harder to stay hopeful that we'll ever get a proper ending due to some unforeseen complication on Takaya's part. I KNOW i'm not alone as some of the book reviews on Amazon.jp voice the exact same concern. more than a year between each volume release has filled the Japanese fans with worry too it seems... SO, what do you guys think? I don't wanna be a negative nancy but I'm not so confident we'll get a proper ending. Anybody feel like putting my mind at rest?
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