History YMMV / ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman

10th Aug '17 12:53:42 AM king3000
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* ActorAllsuion: In the OVA, Berg Katse is voiced by Kaneto Shiozawa, and Katse is just one of the many long haired, lipstick wearing bishounen characters Shiozawa has voiced.

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* ActorAllsuion: ActorAllusion: In the OVA, Berg Katse is voiced by Kaneto Shiozawa, and Katse is just one of the many long haired, lipstick wearing bishounen characters Shiozawa has voiced.
10th Aug '17 12:53:31 AM king3000
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* In the OVA, Berg Katse is voiced by Kaneto Shiozawa, and Katse is just one of the many long haired, lipstick wearing bishounen characters Shiozawa has voiced.

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* ActorAllsuion: In the OVA, Berg Katse is voiced by Kaneto Shiozawa, and Katse is just one of the many long haired, lipstick wearing bishounen characters Shiozawa has voiced.
10th Aug '17 12:53:08 AM king3000
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* In the OVA, Berg Katse is voiced by Kaneto Shiozawa, and Katse is just one of the many long haired, lipstick wearing bishounen characters Shiozawa has voiced.
6th May '17 5:00:15 AM king3000
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* EvilIsSexy: Berg Katse. Especially his female form.
27th Apr '17 5:27:40 AM king3000
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WTHCastingAgency: It's rather strange that Gel Sadra (A female character) is voiced by a dude in both the english and japanese dubs.

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WTHCastingAgency: *WTHCastingAgency: It's rather strange that Gel Sadra (A female character) is voiced by a dude in both the english and japanese dubs.
27th Apr '17 5:27:23 AM king3000
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** Some changes in dialogue for ADV's scripts were also used to correct minor continuity errors in the original [[note]]such as Joe being publicly referred to as "Condor Joe" when his identity is supposed to be secret at that point (episode 27)[[/note]], although there were other points where mistakes and mistranslation were made, or (see Broken Base) deemed unnecessary changes.

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** Some changes in dialogue for ADV's scripts were also used to correct minor continuity errors in the original [[note]]such as Joe being publicly referred to as "Condor Joe" when his identity is supposed to be secret at that point (episode 27)[[/note]], although there were other points where mistakes and mistranslation were made, or (see Broken Base) deemed unnecessary changes.changes.
WTHCastingAgency: It's rather strange that Gel Sadra (A female character) is voiced by a dude in both the english and japanese dubs.
8th Oct '16 1:03:17 AM Supertrooper
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* ValuesDissonance: What ultimately drives many newcomers away from the show, in favor of its reboot, ''Anime/GatchamanCrowds.'' There are numerous instances of assault, physical/verbal abuse, and sexism (mostly towards women), that they unfortunately sour the show's well-intended environmentalist message. Examples include:

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* ValuesDissonance: What ultimately drives many newcomers away from the show, in favor of its reboot, ''Anime/GatchamanCrowds.'' There are numerous so many instances of assault, physical/verbal abuse, and sexism (mostly towards women), that they unfortunately sour the show's well-intended environmentalist message. Examples include:
8th Oct '16 1:01:00 AM Supertrooper
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* ValuesDissonance: What ultimately drives many newcomers away from the show, in favor of its reboot, ''Anime/GatchamanCrowds.'' There are numerous instances of assault, physical/verbal abuse, and sexism (mostly towards women), that they unfortunately sour the show's well-intended environmentalist message. Examples include...
** Ken punching a young girl in the stomach in an early episode did not earn him too many favors in Western fandom. Neither did him slapping the same girl later in the episode, or him slapping Jun in episode 40 (to be fair here he was reprimanding her for running off on her own and almost getting killed and making the rest of the team worry). These can definitely be chalked up to different standards of the era and culture, though it can still be jarring to see.*** Jun being slapped by Joe in another episode tends to get more cringe reactions, along with another slap moment from Ken in "Gatchaman II". In moments that aren't related to her being slapped, her fright over a robotic ant in an early episode or other moments where she comes off less strong or relying on Ken for advice tend to be critiqued (see "What Measure Is A Non Badass" below). The "Battle of the Planets" and "G-Force" adaptations attempted to vindicate her by either cutting these moments of panic or changing her lines to make her sound more knowledgeable or tougher.

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* ValuesDissonance: What ultimately drives many newcomers away from the show, in favor of its reboot, ''Anime/GatchamanCrowds.'' There are numerous instances of assault, physical/verbal abuse, and sexism (mostly towards women), that they unfortunately sour the show's well-intended environmentalist message. Examples include...
include:
** Ken punching a young girl in the stomach in an early episode did not earn him too many favors in Western fandom. Neither did him slapping the same girl later in the episode, or him slapping Jun in episode 40 (to be fair here he was reprimanding her for running off on her own and almost getting killed and making the rest of the team worry). These can definitely be chalked up to different standards of the era and culture, though it can still be jarring to see.see.
*** Jun being slapped by Joe in another episode tends to get more cringe reactions, along with another slap moment from Ken in "Gatchaman II". In moments that aren't related to her being slapped, her fright over a robotic ant in an early episode or other moments where she comes off less strong or relying on Ken for advice tend to be critiqued (see "What Measure Is A Non Badass" below). The "Battle of the Planets" and "G-Force" adaptations attempted to vindicate her by either cutting these moments of panic or changing her lines to make her sound more knowledgeable or tougher.
8th Oct '16 1:00:18 AM Supertrooper
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* ValuesDissonance: Kentaro Washio is seen as a callous, cold and selfish father who abandons his son Ken aka G-1 to work [[spoiler: as Red Impulse]] for the peace in the whole world. In Japan, however, he's seen as an heroic figure who loves his son so deeply that he sacrificed their time together to to protect the world so Ken will have a future.
** Ken punching a young girl in the stomach in an early episode did not earn him too many favors in Western fandom. Neither did him slapping the same girl later in the episode, or him slapping Jun in episode 40 (to be fair here he was reprimanding her for running off on her own and almost getting killed and making the rest of the team worry). These can definitely be chalked up to different standards of the era and culture, though it can still be jarring to see.
*** Jun being slapped by Joe in another episode tends to get more cringe reactions, along with another slap moment from Ken in "Gatchaman II". In moments that aren't related to her being slapped, her fright over a robotic ant in an early episode or other moments where she comes off less strong or relying on Ken for advice tend to be critiqued (see "What Measure Is A Non Badass" below). The "Battle of the Planets" and "G-Force" adaptations attempted to vindicate her by either cutting these moments of panic or changing her lines to make her sound more knowledgeable or tougher.

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* ValuesDissonance: Kentaro Washio is seen as a callous, cold What ultimately drives many newcomers away from the show, in favor of its reboot, ''Anime/GatchamanCrowds.'' There are numerous instances of assault, physical/verbal abuse, and selfish father who abandons his son Ken aka G-1 to work [[spoiler: as Red Impulse]] for the peace in the whole world. In Japan, however, he's seen as an heroic figure who loves his son so deeply sexism (mostly towards women), that he sacrificed their time together to to protect they unfortunately sour the world so Ken will have a future.
show's well-intended environmentalist message. Examples include...
** Ken punching a young girl in the stomach in an early episode did not earn him too many favors in Western fandom. Neither did him slapping the same girl later in the episode, or him slapping Jun in episode 40 (to be fair here he was reprimanding her for running off on her own and almost getting killed and making the rest of the team worry). These can definitely be chalked up to different standards of the era and culture, though it can still be jarring to see.
see.*** Jun being slapped by Joe in another episode tends to get more cringe reactions, along with another slap moment from Ken in "Gatchaman II". In moments that aren't related to her being slapped, her fright over a robotic ant in an early episode or other moments where she comes off less strong or relying on Ken for advice tend to be critiqued (see "What Measure Is A Non Badass" below). The "Battle of the Planets" and "G-Force" adaptations attempted to vindicate her by either cutting these moments of panic or changing her lines to make her sound more knowledgeable or tougher.tougher.
** Kentaro Washio is seen as a callous, cold and selfish father who abandons his son Ken aka G-1 to work [[spoiler: as Red Impulse]] for the peace **in the whole world. In Japan, however, he's seen as an heroic figure who loves his son so deeply that he sacrificed their time together to to protect the world so Ken will have a future.
24th Sep '16 4:58:00 PM nombretomado
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* WhatMeasureIsANonBadass: Many people think Jun is just a useless Chick and not as "strong" as modern heroines. Thing is, considering that the series was written in TheSeventies, Jun's character was actually ''[[FairForItsDay revolutionary]]'' by that time's standards, kicking ass with the best and blowing up stuff real good as the team's demolitions expert. She and other girls like [[{{Cyborg 009}} Francoise/003]] and [[Anime/MazingerZ Sayaka Yumi]] were among the first {{Action Girl}}s of oldschool anime, setting the precedent for many other more action-oriented ladies in anime/manga as a whole. Not to mention her all-male TrueCompanions treated her with respect and care (with the exception of [[BrattyHalfpint Jinpei]], and he still didn't go '''that''' far) and they stuck by her side whenever she needed it.

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* WhatMeasureIsANonBadass: Many people think Jun is just a useless Chick and not as "strong" as modern heroines. Thing is, considering that the series was written in TheSeventies, Jun's character was actually ''[[FairForItsDay revolutionary]]'' by that time's standards, kicking ass with the best and blowing up stuff real good as the team's demolitions expert. She and other girls like [[{{Cyborg [[Manga/{{Cyborg 009}} Francoise/003]] and [[Anime/MazingerZ Sayaka Yumi]] were among the first {{Action Girl}}s of oldschool anime, setting the precedent for many other more action-oriented ladies in anime/manga as a whole. Not to mention her all-male TrueCompanions treated her with respect and care (with the exception of [[BrattyHalfpint Jinpei]], and he still didn't go '''that''' far) and they stuck by her side whenever she needed it.
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