Hayao Miyazaki, the cartoonist behind Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind and director of films including Princess Mononoke, Ponyo, and Howl's Moving Castle, has been pretty outspoken about his feelings about the popular trends in anime. He's not a big fan.
But what if he was? Odds are the films he made at Studio Ghibli would look pretty doggone different. CollegeHumor has dug deep into that question and come up with some examples of how his movies might look different under the effects of some other... popular influences. Prepare for a little Dragon Ball Z, Pokémon, Sailor Moon and more.
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Following in the footsteps of their Game of Thrones RPG video, Collegehumor returns with a 16-bit Square/Enix-style RPG reimagining of the complete Battlestar Galactica series on Syfy. It's an abbreviated retelling, to be sure, but BSG fans (and critics) will enjoy the shoutouts to controversial plot twists like the
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