Monday, March 23, 2009

Shinichi Kudo Pictures






Shinichi Kudo Pictures
Shinichi Kudo, high school detective from the east
Name: Shinichi Kudo

Date of Birth: 4th of May
Blood Type: B
* Known as: The High School Detective From the East, The Sherlock Holmes of the 90's, The Savier of the Tokyo Police.
* Address: 21/2 Beika Street. * School: Tei Tan High School * Class: Year 2 of class B (in high school) * Father: Yusaku Kudo * Mother: Yukiko Kudo * Hobbies: soccer, deductions, and Sherlock Holmes stories. * Favourite Food: lemon juice? * Hate: rasin * Favourite Colour: Red * Worst at: Singing. (he has a certain knowledge of music, just can't sing.) * Appearences: o File 1 of Volume 1 and Episode 1. o File 2-7 of Volume 10 and Episode 48, 49. o File 4-7 of Volume 21 and Episode 162. o File 2-7 of Volume 26 and Episode 190-193.
* The Criminals who he still hasn't captured yet: Tsuki... (he comitted suicide before Conan captured him) , Kaito KID (still at large. He is the altimate challange of detectives) * Famous Quot: "There's only one truth." "If to capture a criminal will cause more death. Then there's no difference between the detective and the criminal himself." * He was drugged by the Gin and Vodka from a secret organisation, and now living as Conan Edogawa. He tries to find the people who poisoned him and take them to justice. The only clue he has are: the people from the organisation all wear black clothes, they all have a code that corresponds to a type of alchole and the drug used was called APTX4869.

Detective Conan Pictures








Detective Conan Pictures
Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan, Meitantei Konan, is a Japanese detective manga and anime series written and illustrated by Gosho Aoyama and serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday since 1994. The name "Case Closed" for the English language release results from concerns of copyright conflict with the Conan the Barbarian franchise. The story follows the adventures of Jimmy Kudo, a prodigious young detective who was inadvertently transformed into a seven-year-old.

Case Closed was adapted into an anime series by the animation studio Tokyo Movie Shinsha, directed by Kenji Kodama and Taiichiro Yamamoto, and is broadcast in Japan on Nippon Television, Yomiuri TV and Animax. The first episode aired on January 8, 1996, with 520 episodes as of December 15, 2008. The series has seen high levels of popularity in both manga and anime formats in Japan since its reception, and has also been adapted into 12 Golden Week movies, with the first released on April 17, 1997, and one movie released each year since. Ten of the movies held a top 10 box office position in the year they were screened. In addition, nine OVAs have been released.

Shinichi Kudou is a high-school student who is famous for helping the police solve crimes. His almost girlfriend, Ran Mouri, is the captain of the karate club. Ran’s father, Kogoro Mouri, is a detective and blames Shin’ichi for his lack of business. One night while Shin’ichi follows someone suspicious in the amusement park Tropical Land, he is given poison by a man in black which was supposed to kill him, but instead shrinks him to the of a six year old. Under the suggestion of Professor Agasa, he keeps his identity a secret from everyone until he can change back, going under the name Conan Edogawa based from mystery writers Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and Ranpo Edogawa.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

The Joker Pictures









The Joker Pictures
The Joker is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain published by DC Comics and appearing as an enemy of Batman. Created by Jerry Robinson, Bill Finger and Bob Kane, the character first appeared in Batman Spring 1940. Throughout his comic book appearances, the Joker is portrayed as a master criminal whose characterization has varied from a violent sociopath[neutrality disputed] who kills people and commits crimes for his own amusement, to a goofy trickster-thief. He is also collectively the archenemy of Batman, having been directly responsible for numerous tragedies in Batman's life, including the paralysis of Barbara Gordon and the death of Jason Todd, the second Robin.
The Joker's real identity is often left anonymous. Throughout the character's long history, there have been several different origin tales; they most commonly depict him as falling into a vat of chemical waste, which bleaches his skin and turns his hair green and his lips bright red, giving him the appearance of a clown.
The Joker has been portrayed by Cesar Romero in the Batman TV series, Jack Nicholson in Tim Burton's Batman, and Heath Ledger in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, for which he won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Larry Storch, Mark Hamill, Kevin Michael Richardson and Jeff Bennett have provided the voice for the character in animated form. Wizard's list of the 100 Greatest Villains of All Time ranked the Joker as

Dragon Ball Evolution Pictures













Dragon Ball Evolution Pictures
Dragon Ball Evolution is a 2009 American live-action film adaptation of the Dragon Ball media franchise being produced by 20th Century Fox. The story centers around the adventures of the lead character, Goku, from his childhood into adulthood. The film began development in 2002, and is directed by James Wong and produced by Stephen Chow. It was released on March 13, 2009 in Japan and Hong Kong, and is scheduled for release on April 8, 2009 in United Kingdom and United States of America. Justin Chatwin was cast as Goku, and James Marsters portrays Lord Piccolo, the antagonist of the film.
Goku (Justin Chatwin) goes on a journey to find Master Roshi (Chow Yun-Fat) and gather the seven mystical Dragon Balls before the evil Lord Piccolo (James Marsters) can. Along his way, he meets Bulma (Emmy Rossum) who then joins him to help him in his mission. When arriving at Roshi's place, he is not welcomed with an embrace but has to fight Roshi. Roshi soon learns that Goku is the grandson of Gohan (Randall Duk Kim) and thus trains him to prepare him for the ultimate battle with Lord Piccolo to prevent him from collecting the powerful Dragon Balls.

Dragon Ball Pictures









Dragon Ball Pictures
Dragon Ball, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Toriyama. It was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1984 through 1995, and later the 519 individual chapters were published into 42 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha. Inspired by the Chinese folk novel Journey to the West, it follows the adventures of Son Goku from his childhood through middle age as he trains in martial arts and explores the world in search of the seven mystical objects known as the Dragon Balls, which are known to grant any wish. Along his trip, Goku meets several friends and fights against several villains who plan to get the Dragon Balls to grant their wishes and some who aim to conquer the world.

The 42 tankōbon have been adapted into three anime series produced by Toei Animation: Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT. Additionally, Toei has developed seventeen animated feature films and three television specials. Several companies have developed various types of merchanising such as a collectible trading card game, and a large number of video games. The series is licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media, in the United Kingdom by Gollancz Manga, and in Australia and New Zealand by Chuang Yi. Several companies have dubbed and aired the three anime series in North America. In China, it was produced a live-action film adaptation in 1989. In 2002, 20th Century Fox began production on the first American-made live-action film which is slated for release on April 8, 2009.

Since its release, Dragon Ball has become one of the most popular manga series of its time in both Japan and North America. It enjoys a high readership, with over 150 million volumes of the series sold by 2007. Several manga artists have noted that the manga series was the inspiration for their own now popular works, including Naruto and One Piece. The anime is also highly popular, ranking number 12 among the best anime series of all time in 2006. Reviewers praise the art, characterization, and humor of the manga story. The anime series have had more mixed reviews, with the first also praised for its characterizations, but the second was criticized for its long, repetitive fights, and the third series considered repetitive with childish fights and "goofy" character designs.

Doraemon

Doraemon is a Japanese manga series created by Fujiko Fujio (the pen name of Hiroshi Fujimoto and Motoo Abiko) which later became an anime series and Asian franchise. The series is about a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a schoolboy, Nobita Nobi.DoraemonIn March 2008, Japan's Foreign Ministry appointed Doraemon as the nation's first "anime

Doraemon World

In December 1969, the Doraemon manga appeared simultaneously in six different children's monthly magazines. The magazines were titled by the year of children's studies, which included Yoiko (good children), Yōchien (nursery school), and Shogaku Ichinensei (first grade of primary school) to Shogaku Yonnensei (fourth grade of primary school).Doraemon WorldBy 1973, the series began to appear in two

Suneo

Suneo is the fox-faced (inherited from his mother) rich kid who loves to flaunt his material wealth before everyone. He is often seen with Gian, serving as Gian's lackey while they bully Nobita together. This is only because Suneo avoids being suffered under the wrath of Jian's bullish trait. Some of the stories start with Suneo showing off some new video game or toy which evokes Nobita's envy.

Shizuka

Shizuka, usually called Shizu-chan or Shizuka-chan, is the smart, kind, and pretty neighborhood girl who is the object of Nobita's affections. She takes baths several times a day. Somehow, Nobita always seem to unintentionally walk in on her (via the Dokodemo Door) while she is still in the bathtub. She is also known for taking piano lessons unwillingly, which is sometimes used as an excuse for

Nobita

Nobita Nobi first meets Doraemon after he gets travelled back in time and comes out through Nobita's desk draw. At first, he's very confused and shocked, not even sure that he's still awake but then his great-great-grandson Sewashi, who also taken Doraemon into Nobita's present time himself, explains that Doraemon has come to his time because in the future Nobita grows up into a failed

Doraemon Wallpaper

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New Doraemon

There are three current and often quoted urban legends that started spreading in late 1980s of an ending to the Doraemon series.The first and the more optimistic ending was made public by Nobuo Sato several years ago. Doraemon's battery power ran out, and Nobita was given a choice between replacing the battery inside a frozen Doraemon, which would cause it to reset and lose all memory, or await a

winie the pooh

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Sunday, March 8, 2009

The Final Fantasy III Wallpaper








The Final Fantasy III Wallpaper
In the original iteration of Final Fantasy 3, all of your characters were blank, nameless templates, which could then be customized as you progressed through the game. Your heroes are finally given names - Luneth, Arc, Refia and Ignus - as well as their own unique

designs, giving some identity to characters that previously had none. The story has also been greatly expanded, even in the short E3 demo. Instead of simply stumbling into a cave, your crew is send to check it out by the townsfolk, and you’re given free reign to walk around town before you enter the first dungeon.The entire game is now 3D, and despite some blocky textures, looks pretty decent for a DS game. The super deformed characters seem like a cross between Crystal Chronicles and Final Fantasy 9. Battles are your traditional Final Fantasy fare, utilizing the turn based system of old. Characters simply take a step forward and swat at air while block text pops up indicating

Advertisement damage, showing that the game is still conscious of its roots. Although there was no character customization, the original Famicom game let you choose and switch classes throughout the game, and is basically a precursor to the Job system in Final Fantasy 5 and Tactics.
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