History Series / SuperhumanSamuraiSyberSquad

23rd Jun '16 6:49:58 PM nombretomado
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* Kilokahn -- TimCurry

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* Kilokahn -- TimCurry Creator/TimCurry
28th May '16 8:29:08 AM wyattte
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[[caption-width-right:350:Now ''here's'' an odd part of Creator/TimCurry's resume.]]
19th Apr '16 9:00:36 PM JM1982
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: One set of the helper programs formed Drago, a mecha dragon. Hey, why not?

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons: One set of the helper programs formed Drago, a mecha dragon. Hey, why not?not? Several of the viruses were reminiscent of dragons, too.


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** And then there's the fact that Servo's abilities are continually referred to as "Grid Power".


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* OhCrap: Malcolm reacts this way when Kilokahn usese a virus to try and activate the U.S.'s nuclear arsenal.
15th Apr '16 8:38:22 PM JM1982
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* HandBlasts: Servo can shoot energy bolts from his left wrist gauntlet.


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* RocketPunch: Xenon could fire its hands as missiles.
3rd Dec '15 7:41:56 AM luiz4200
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* DecompositeCharacter: Syd's and Jennifer's roles in the story are held by a same character in [[Series/DenkouChoujinGridman the Japanese series]]. Yuka Inoue dates Sam's Japanese counterpart like Jennifer dates Sam and is one of the heroes like Syd.
3rd Dec '15 5:01:31 AM luiz4200
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* GenderScoff: After obtaining a small victory against Sam Collins in "Samurize", Malcolm subverts the usual frase by saying "can't throw them at a nuclear reactor" instead of "can't live without 'em".
17th Nov '15 11:20:25 AM Saurubiker
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** The moment in the supposed GrandFinale when [[spoiler:Sam urges Malcolm to become Servo in his place]] is probably a reference to the discussed but never-produced sequel to the original Japanese show, where Malcolm's equivalent character would himself have become Gridman's new human partner.

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** The moment in the supposed GrandFinale when [[spoiler:Sam urges Malcolm to become Servo in his place]] is probably a reference to the discussed but never-produced sequel to the original Japanese show, where Malcolm's equivalent character would himself have become Gridman's new human partner.Gridman Sigma.
26th Aug '15 6:40:28 AM starofjusticev21
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** Then there was that time Sam broke his teammates out of the virus's mind-warping powers by tricking them into letting Elizabeth drop a bowling ball on their heads.
9th Jun '15 5:26:10 PM Snesman64
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* BlatantLies: One episode featured an on-the-street reporter supposedly interviewing pedestrians about their thoughts on the current crisis. Every segment was labelled "Live" even though it was clearly pre-recorded as a) The segments were edited together and b) Each interviewee was actually the same person in a PaperThinDisguise. That was the joke, though, because they couldn't find anyone on the street to interview.


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* PaperThinDisguise: The episode "The Taunt Heard Round the World" featured a news anchor interviewing people on the street about their opinion on what was going on. Each "interviewee" though, was actually the news van driver in an absurdly thin disguise, including GrouchoGlasses for one. When called out he explained it was because they couldn't find anyone to interview.
6th Apr '15 11:26:07 PM EcliptorCalrissian
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* AllJustADream: In one episode, a Megavirus Monster in Sam Collins's alarm clock gives him a sequence of DreamWithinADream nightmares. Eventually he wakes up for real and defeats it.

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* AllJustADream: In one episode, a Megavirus Monster in Sam Collins's alarm clock gives him a sequence of DreamWithinADream nightmares. Eventually he wakes up for real and defeats it. [[spoiler: And then he wakes up for real ''for real. Probably.'']]



Apparently, they thought they were getting cancelled, so they used the ''Gridman'' finale for this blockbuster ending where Kilokhan finds where Sam lives, [[spoiler:fails to kill Malcolm in a YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness moment, ''does kill Sam dead'' with an electric jolt before he can enter the net as Servo, there's a touching TakeUpMySword scene with Malcolm, and when Malcolm tries to become Servo, it turns out the Servo program has saved Sam via BrainUploading. Sam battles Kilokhan ''personally'' in the bowels of ''Servo's own program'' (with the villain destroying all of the helper programs except the already-summoned sword and shield) takes the battle to Kilokhan's own turf, and has to use the power surge from the rebooting to wipe it and Kilokhan out for good. He appears to be destroyed too as Kilokhan - along with the area of the net that is him as much as his body - breaks up, but Servo manages to survive, and leaves for parts unknown hoping that he can return to his human life, somehow, someday]]. ''Damn.'' Did we mention this was the Christmas episode? When they had to do more episodes, there was no way to do it ''but'' to tack on a "It all got undone somehow and nobody remembers" ending. And when they had to end the show, it feels like a CutShort as they'd already used up the GrandFinale. The last episode could've been any old episode.

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Apparently, they thought they were getting cancelled, so they used the ''Gridman'' finale for this blockbuster ending where Kilokhan finds where Sam lives, [[spoiler:fails to kill Malcolm in a YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness moment, ''does kill Sam dead'' with an electric jolt before he can enter the net as Servo, there's a touching TakeUpMySword scene with Malcolm, and when Malcolm tries to become Servo, it turns out the Servo program has saved Sam via BrainUploading. Sam battles Kilokhan ''personally'' in the bowels of ''Servo's own program'' (with the villain destroying all of the helper programs except the already-summoned sword and shield) then takes the battle to Kilokhan's own turf, and has to use the power surge from the rebooting to wipe it and Kilokhan out for good. He appears to be destroyed too as Kilokhan - along with the area of the net that is him as much as his body - breaks up, but Servo manages to survive, and leaves for parts unknown hoping hopes that he can return to his human life, somehow, someday]].someday, with the answer unknown. "Maybe I can return to my body someday. Maybe not. But for now... ''let's samuraize, guys!''" And with that, he flies off, going through all the Servo-en-route footage we've seen so far, and the blip representing him travels along the telephone wires, and then leaves them, flying into the sky for parts unknown]]. ''Damn.'' Did we mention this was the Christmas episode? When they had to do more episodes, there was no way to do it ''but'' to tack on a "It all got undone somehow and nobody remembers" ending. And when they had to end the show, it feels like a CutShort as they'd already used up the GrandFinale. The last episode could've been any old episode.
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