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by zehn
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assigned male 595,021, duck 1,850, looney tunes 830, daffy duck 122
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Rating: Mature

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Aug
3 months, 2 weeks ago
omae wa mou shindeiru
MrSOCKS
3 months, 2 weeks ago
NANI??
Leilong
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Translation which i am sure you know " You are already dead"
MrSOCKS
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Duh. Not only do I know the meme, I knew Fist Of The Big Dipper before most y'all were born.
Heh. I remember the first bootleg VHS tapes we watched. Not even subtitles. But we thought it was a rather American type of anime at the time.
Leilong
2 months, 3 weeks ago
dude i remember when it used to come on cable, HBO. Also its the North Star though yes, Kenshiro does have it on his chest
MrSOCKS
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Back in the mid-to-late-80s, I honestly never thought Anime would become as big as it has become now. It was so underground then; people were selling their goods at local comic conventions and out of their garages, with lots of the merchandise being shipped back by active-duty military personnel (or their families) stationed in the East Asian theater. Mobile Suit Gundam, Bubblegum Crisis, Iczer 1, Megazone 23, Makyou Gaiden le Deus... not even a proper American release or subbing, but we ate it up because Battle of The Planets, Star Blazers, Robotech and the Voltrons were on the air.
And NOW look at all this! And a notorious catchphrase exchange from a thirty-five-year-old, super-corny anime is now a monster meme on the World Wide Web.
Staggering. Or should I say... Segoi!
Andybanez
2 months, 2 weeks ago
wait a sec Senpai! this means in USA untill the mid'80's almost only the ARMY could get ahold of those comics? and to be fair...i didn't know at that time US defence had to be still in stance in the Far East ( i thought Vietnam war was the last one US Army ahd a reason to be sticking around there?) for military reasons....oh well...at least they contributed into the mangaization of teh west..and THAT'S HOW WEST WAS WON CAN I SAY THAT? 8DDD
MrSOCKS
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Have respect for the age'd and the infirm, come sit by my knee, and grey old Uncle SOCKSie will fill you in.
The fiefs of the American Empire during the full-on Cold War was all Western Europe basically, Japan, S. Korea, Philippines. Pawns in the Great Chess Game were Latin America and Indochina, with meh-level interest in Africa.
Vietnam was the most momentous defeat of America's multiplier proxy wars against Communism, because America underestimated the resistance of a people who had been chasing out foreign imperial ambitions for centuries.
The Koreas as still TECHNICALLY at war after, what, over sixty years since they operate under an 'armistice', with no actual peace treaty or cessation-of-hostilities treaty ever getting signed.
USA has a big base at Okinawa, Japan. All four branches chill there. Where I live, it's still common for AF and Army personnel to rotate through SK, Japan AND our local installations on the regular. It was personnel on this duty rotation route who would ship back boxes and boxes of anime shit of all kinds, avoiding the usual international trade barriers because military: VHS tapes, models, manga and fan/trade magazines. For us Robotech fans, one of the biggest prizes was the Macross Perfect Memory book, a big softbound tome with everything Super Dimension Fortress Macross. All the text was in Japanese of course, but who cares because ROBOTECH, BITCHES!
I bought a copy of this thing here at a local comic-con in the late 80s:
http://harakiri-books.com/ebayimage/ac/20131127-0042.JPG
After all this time, I've only recently, actually WATCHED any Metal Armor Dragonar at all on You Tube. With actual English subs.
This was the Second Anime Wave, and it faded by the turn of the decade to re-emerge in the late-90s with new dubbed shit like Dragonball, Naruto, One Piece, and (Japanese) Sonic X.
And then the Internet happened.
Andybanez
2 months, 2 weeks ago
wowza MRSOCKS-SAN! Arigatou for this heads up on teh matter! i was about to forget COMPLETELY how ever-so-similar to Ancient Roman Empire USA dislocation forces were....and as i was of course aware of Okinawa and Koreas role ,i was almost clueless on how vast and managed the USA chess table was in the rest of teh world... no wonder  in 80's Japan was so hip in USA..now i begin to understand....
MrSOCKS
2 months, 2 weeks ago
OH! Japan are France as the two biggest fanboys of everything American. France has become so inundated with American pop culture that the French government has actually set up a federal-level agency to protect native French culture from further pollution.
Japan of course does not care, and wants every bit of American pop culture we send their way. And in some ways, the Japanese out American us Americans. Just do a search for Japanese Rockabilly or Japanese baseball fans. Since they already have Sumo, of course they go in for American style professional wrestling. And manga/anime like Fist of the North Star, Big Oh, Redline, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and lots of others are nothing but homages to American pop culture mentalities.

Leilong
3 months, 2 weeks ago
not sure if this is to give Bugs a stiff one or Elmer Fudd
Nukibear
3 months, 2 weeks ago
... Secret Sex phantasy reloaded?
Mole
3 months, 2 weeks ago
dark.
antoniokontos
3 months, 2 weeks ago
This is hot idk why
leoncana
3 months, 2 weeks ago
I'm am uncertain as to why....but this entertains me. Please continue.
KitSoone
3 months, 2 weeks ago
DJPANA
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Acme: doing not-so-deadly products!
MrSOCKS
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Immortality
Derpmander
3 months, 2 weeks ago
...Kinky >w>
mreiof
2 months, 3 weeks ago
"A little traveling music, please...."

Great art—it seems to capture Daffy in a Wile E. frame of mind.  ^!^
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