History Anime / Superbook

13th May '16 4:11:50 PM GarrulousTiger
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Japanese version has an [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xjtoqi_yyyyyyy-op-ed_music#.UTPr01dv4SY opening and ending theme]] different from the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRSEUKLkJcU English opening.]]

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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Japanese version has an [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xjtoqi_yyyyyyy-op-ed_music#.UTPr01dv4SY opening and ending theme]] different from the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRSEUKLkJcU English opening.]]]] For series one, the Japanese opening song was adapted for the English version as the closing.



* ClingyJealousGirl: Joy show signs of jealousy whenever Chris looks upon beautiful women like Eve and Queen of Sheba.

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* ClingyJealousGirl: Joy show shows signs of jealousy whenever Chris looks upon beautiful women like Eve and Queen of Sheba.


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* LifeImitatesArt: In the case of character designer Akiko Shimomoto (also worked on TheLittlBits and other Tatsunoko productions), who, according to her Japanese Wikipedia bio entry, later converted to Christianity herself.


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** In the German version his name is actually Christian.
13th May '16 3:50:31 PM GarrulousTiger
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''Super Book,'' or ''Anime Oyako Gekijō'' ("Animated Parent and Child Theater") in the original Japanese, was a Japanese-American tag-team effort to try to show stories from the Old and New Testament of [[Literature/TheBible the Judeo-Christian Bible]] to Japanese children. Released from 1981 to 1983. Originally, it was for Japan only (no one thought anime was marketable in the West back then), but a positive response at a French convention led to an English dub in the United States of America.

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''Super Book,'' or ''Anime Oyako Gekijō'' ("Animated Parent and Child Theater") in the original Japanese, was a Japanese-American tag-team effort to try to show stories from the Old and New Testament of [[Literature/TheBible the Judeo-Christian Bible]] to Japanese children. Released from 1981 to 1983. Originally, it was for Japan only (no one thought anime was marketable in the West back then), but a positive response at a French convention led to an English dub in the United States of America.
America and dubs in many other languages, becoming perhaps (due to its use as an evangelistic tool) one of the most widely distributed Japanese animated series ever, even if it isn't generally thought of as "anime" despite its origins.
13th May '16 2:32:11 AM Az_Tech341
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* ClockworkCreature: Gizmo is a robot version of this, as when he runs down on power he explicitely needs the key on his back wound back up for him to even move again (he can still talk just fine).

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* ClockworkCreature: Gizmo is a robot version of this, as when he runs down on power he explicitely explicitly needs the key on his back wound back up for him to even move again (he can still talk just fine).
22nd Dec '15 8:59:39 AM kokoroanime
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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable in the early 80's) since around 2005. Meanwhile, the original series can still be found on the Christian kids' channel Smile Of A Child (but in the wee morning hours - better prepare your DVR!).

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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable in the early 80's) since around 2005. Meanwhile, the original series can still be found on the Christian kids' channel Smile Of A Child (but in the wee morning hours - better prepare your DVR!).DVR![[note]]Only if you live in parts of the US and have AT&T U-Verse TV.[[/note]]).
21st Dec '15 7:04:54 PM kokoroanime
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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable in the early 80's) since around 2005. Meanwhile, the original series can still be found on the Christian kids' channel Smile Of A Child (but in the wee morning hours - better prepare your DVR's!).

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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable in the early 80's) since around 2005. Meanwhile, the original series can still be found on the Christian kids' channel Smile Of A Child (but in the wee morning hours - better prepare your DVR's!).DVR!).
5th Jun '15 1:51:35 PM StFan
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There was also a third, separate series called ''FlyingHouse'' that focused more on stories from the New Testament, primarily the ministry of Jesus Christ.

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There was also a third, separate series called ''FlyingHouse'' ''Anime/FlyingHouse'' that focused more on stories from the New Testament, primarily the ministry of Jesus Christ.
13th Apr '15 4:53:42 PM twilicorn
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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable) since around 2005. Meanwhile, the original series can still be found on the Christian kids' channel Smile Of A Child.

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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable) Cable in the early 80's) since around 2005. Meanwhile, the original series can still be found on the Christian kids' channel Smile Of A Child.Child (but in the wee morning hours - better prepare your DVR's!).
26th Mar '15 1:37:09 PM twilicorn
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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable) since around 2005.

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In 2013, a computer-animated reboot of the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable) since around 2005. Meanwhile, the original series can still be found on the Christian kids' channel Smile Of A Child.
26th Mar '15 1:34:19 PM twilicorn
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There's a new version of this that uses CGI.

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There's In 2013, a new version computer-animated reboot of this that uses CGI.the series was produced. The remake is notable for being the first animated series to air on Creator/ABCFamily (who aired the original back when they were known as CBN Cable) since around 2005.
26th Feb '15 9:34:38 PM TheRhapsodianTourist
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* RelationshipVoiceActor: The three series also feature Billie Lou Watt's husband Hal Studer, along with Ray and Sonia Owens. All four often appeared together in the anime they've been in.
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