History Anime / TheBraveExpressMightGaine

20th Mar '17 12:23:14 AM shuniya
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* TakeThat: The twist ending is commonly thought of as pushback by Sunrise against Takara over conflicts during the making of [[Anime/TheBraveFighterOfLegendDaGarn its predecessor]]. The sheer over-the-top degree to which villainous robots combine and transform, often for no reason and far in excess of how often they do so in other Brave Series shows, might be an extended example against the excesses of MerchandiseDriven shows in general, [[SelfDeprecation though of course Might Gaine is such a show itself]].
** [[spoiler: [[WordOfGod Director Takamatsu]] confirms this execution]]. See trivia's CentralTheme for the whole picture.



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** BitingTheHandHumor / TakeThat: The twist ending is commonly thought of as pushback by Sunrise against Takara over conflicts during the making of [[Anime/TheBraveFighterOfLegendDaGarn its predecessor]]. The sheer over-the-top degree to which villainous robots combine and transform, often for no reason and far in excess of how often they do so in other Brave Series shows, might be an extended example against the excesses of MerchandiseDriven shows in general, [[SelfDeprecation though of course Might Gaine is such a show itself]].
*** [[spoiler: [[WordOfGod Director Takamatsu]] confirms this execution]]. See the Anime/BraveSeries trivia's CentralTheme for the whole picture.
18th Mar '17 10:41:28 PM shuniya
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** [[spoiler: [[WordOfGod Director Takamatsu]] confirms this execution]]. See trivia's CentralTheme for the whole picture.
18th Mar '17 7:37:52 PM WolfThunder
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* TakeThat: The twist ending is commonly thought of as pushback by Sunrise against Takara over conflicts during the making of [[Anime/TheBraveFighterOfLegendDaGarn its predecessor]]. The sheer over-the-top degree to which villainous robots combine and transform, often for no reason and far in excess of how often they do so in other Brave Series shows, might be an extended example against the excesses of MerchandiseDriven shows in general, [[SelfDeprecation though of course Might Gaine is such a show itself]].
17th Mar '17 10:04:30 AM shuniya
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* ImprobableAge: 15 year-old teenagers, Might can pilot a jet, while Hamada is allowed to drive a car without any adult supervision. [[note]]The car is owned by The Brave Express Team, and not his own.[[/note]] Realistically speaking, where as Might [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney most likely can get away with it]], having Hamada with privileges like that makes people wonder whether the age consent was overall looser in their world setting.
7th Mar '17 4:36:57 AM shuniya
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* RecapEpisode: Episode 39 is a full [[ShowWithinAShow TV-show segment]] featuring (CEO) Might Senpuuji as one of six invited guests to have a panel discussion on topics regarding The Brave Express Team.
3rd Mar '17 9:05:38 AM shuniya
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* BlandNameProduct: "SUN''RICE'' Meals."
3rd Mar '17 8:34:33 AM shuniya
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* TournamentPlay: ''Might Gaine'' is one of the first anime series to introduce the cultural concept of the now popular game tournament. Episode 15 has a "CG Robot Championship" where the contestants showcase their customized virtual robots by competing against each other in a 3D arena battle. The championship is large enough to take place in a public sports dome, and Might is shown to reserve a VIP room to watch the competition with Hamada, Aoki and Izumi.

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* TournamentPlay: ''Might Gaine'' is one of the first anime series to introduce the cultural concept of the now popular game tournament. [[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming eSports]]. Episode 15 has a "CG "''CG Robot Championship" Championship''" where the contestants showcase their customized virtual robots by competing against each other in a 3D arena battle. The championship is large enough to take place in a public sports dome, and Might is shown to reserve a was an invited VIP room to watch the competition with Hamada, Aoki and Izumi.
3rd Mar '17 7:51:12 AM shuniya
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* TournamentPlay: ''Might Gaine'' is one of the first anime series to introduce the cultural concept of the now popular game tournament. Episode 15 has a "CG Robot Championship" where the contestants showcase their customized virtual robots by competing against each other in an arena battle. The championship is large enough to take place in a public sports dome, and Might is shown to reserve a VIP room to watch the competition with Hamada, Aoki and Izumi.

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* TournamentPlay: ''Might Gaine'' is one of the first anime series to introduce the cultural concept of the now popular game tournament. Episode 15 has a "CG Robot Championship" where the contestants showcase their customized virtual robots by competing against each other in an a 3D arena battle. The championship is large enough to take place in a public sports dome, and Might is shown to reserve a VIP room to watch the competition with Hamada, Aoki and Izumi.
3rd Mar '17 7:48:25 AM shuniya
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* TournamentPlay: ''Might Gaine'' is one of the first anime series to introduce the cultural concept of the now popular game tournament. Episode 15 has a "CG Robot Championship" where the contestants showcase their customized virtual robots by competing against each other in an area battle. The championship is large enough to take place in a public sports dome, and Might is shown to reserve a VIP room to watch the competition with Hamada, Aoki and Izumi.

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* TournamentPlay: ''Might Gaine'' is one of the first anime series to introduce the cultural concept of the now popular game tournament. Episode 15 has a "CG Robot Championship" where the contestants showcase their customized virtual robots by competing against each other in an area arena battle. The championship is large enough to take place in a public sports dome, and Might is shown to reserve a VIP room to watch the competition with Hamada, Aoki and Izumi.
3rd Mar '17 7:47:31 AM shuniya
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* TournamentPlay: ''Might Gaine'' is one of the first anime series to introduce the cultural concept of the now popular game tournament. Episode 15 has a "CG Robot Championship" where the contestants showcase their customized virtual robots by competing against each other in an area battle. The championship is large enough to take place in a public sports dome, and Might is shown to reserve a VIP room to watch the competition with Hamada, Aoki and Izumi.
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