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    Nowhere Man

    Nowhere Man

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    UPN (ended 1996)
    "My name is Thomas Veil, or at least it was. I'm a photographer, I had it all: a wife, Alyson, friends, a career. And in one moment it was all taken away, all because of a single photograph. I have it; They want it; and they will do anything to get the negative. I'm keeping this diary as proof that these events are real. I know they are. They have to be." On August 28, 1995, Thomas Veil, a professional photographer, has his identity suddenly erased by a mysterious conspiracy. Nobody recognizes him, including his own wife. His studio is empty, his art show at a gallery has vanished. His entire past ceased to exist in a moment. People are chasing him, but he doesn't know why, except that it has something to do with "Hidden Agenda", a picture of a brutal execution he took a year earlier, now missing from his studio. He has the negative, "they" want it, and the hunt is on. Tom Veil is on the run, trying to find out the truth of what happened to him while at the same time evading his unknown pursuers.moreless
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    Jack of All Trades

    Jack of All Trades

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    (ended 2000)
    "In 1801, the Revolution had been won, and Uncle Sam's favorite son, had a job that needed done.

    Which brought Jack to a lady, both beautiful and smart. Who found his mix intriguing, a scoundrel with a heart!

    From the Halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli There was never a leatherneck braver, a daring dragoon is he!

    He'll halt the bold advance of Napoleon's attack There ain't a French or Pirate rogue Who Don't Know Jack!

    From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli Sailin' 'round the bloody world to defend democracy.

    And if ya' think a better man ya'd trust ta watch yer' back, just ask the bloke right next ta ya' (damn right!) It's Jack!"

    These...enthusiastic lyrics (accompanied by dancing peglegged bar patrons and a talking parrot) kicked off each episode of Jack of All Trades. American spy Jack Stiles is sent by Thomas Jefferson to the tiny East Indies island of Palau-Palau where he teams up with British agent and inventor Emilia Rothschild to thwart the efforts of Napoleon and France in that region of the world. While acting as Emilia's man-servant, Jack dons the masked garb of the legendary Daring Dragoon and fights the local French Governor as well as thwarting various other schemes against America.

    This series starring cult-favorite Bruce Campbell and produced by Sam Raimi combined various factors from both of their series: the use of a historical setting (sorta) and quirky humor that Raimi had made famous with Hercules and Xena, a mix of The Wild Wild West Jules Verne-tech that was used in Campbell's The Adventures of Brisco County Jr., and the wild stunts that were seen in all of these shows. Airing back to back in syndication with another Raimi production, Cleopatra 2525, Jack lasted two years. Jack of All Trades was created in order to fill the time slot that was made empty when Hercules: The Legendary Journeys finished. The theme song was nominated for the "Outstanding Main Theme Title Song" Emmy in 2000, but lost to The West Wing.moreless
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    Silverwing

    Silverwing

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    TELETOON (ended 2003)
    Long before the first migration, there raged a Great Battle Between the Birds and the Beasts. This was fought to establish the balance of nature and the territorial limits of every species. The bats, being neither birds nor beasts, would not choose sides in the conflict. For this, a law was passed that forever condemned the bats to darkness...One young bat, Shade Silverwing, dared to break the law. Derived from Kenneth Oppel's best-selling novel of the same name, this animated series goes beyond the novel, exploring the characters' inter-relationships and inventing new adventures. Regarding Contributions: I welcome any notes, quotes, goofs or cultural reference submissions to this guide, but the time it takes for them to be posted will vary. Quotes will be verified first, and all entries will be subjected to approval. All entries may be edited for grammar content. Also, please keep in mind that submissions, particularly notes and goofs, should not contain any opinions. They must be factual and to the point, otherwise they will be rejected for the guide. Please use the forum for discussing the show and expressing your opinions on characters and episodes. Thanks! The Cast of Silverwing: Shade: A young Silverwing bat who was teased by his friends for being the runt of the colony. When he dared to break the law of gazing on the sun, his colony lost its beloved roost at Tree Haven. Only after being separated from his colony does Shade discover the many skills and abilities that make him an extraordinary, heroic bat. Marina: A young Brightwing bat that lived alone on an island until fate intervened and brought Shade to her. She was cast out of her colony because they felt the silver band the humans gave her would bring bad luck. Now Shade's closest friend and migration companion, she is a constant source of moral support and good advice. Goth: A huge and vicious cannibal bat from the South American jungle that was brought north for scientific study. After escaping the lab, he used his skills of deception to trick Shade into describing the Silverwing colony. Now anxious to sit down to a feast of Silverwing before flying back home, he is a constant threat to Shade and Marina's safety. Throbb: Goth's portly brother in-law is not as fast or strong as he is, but is still a vicious adversary with the same craving for bat meat. He and Goth were brought north together and agree to work together to get back home. What Throbb doesn't know is that Goth plans to eat him if they don't find the Silverwing colony. Frieda: The banded chief elder of the female Silverwings is a kind and gentle leader with an endless supply of wisdom for bats young and old. Trusted and respected by the colony, her loyalty was brought to debate after she refused to give Shade to the owls and caused Tree Haven to be destroyed. Still, she sees potential in Shade that no one else can see. Bathsheba: A bitter member of the Silverwing elders with too much to say. She has been jealous of Frieda her entire life and cannot agree with any decision she makes. Bathsheba is determined to become a better leader than Frieda and will do anything to tarnish the leader's reputation, even if it means destruction of the entire Silverwing colony. Ariel: Shade's loving mother lost her mate, Cassiel, just before Shade was born and was left to raise the young Silverwing herself. She knows Shade wants to find his father, but never told him he was alive, fearing Shade would leave to find him. Ariel believes in rules and discipline, but she knows the law is wrong and cannot blame Shade for opposing it. Chinook: The most promising hunter and flyer in Shade's generation, Chinook is boastful and proud of his skills. Knowing the hype surrounding him, he doesn't feel out of place flying alongside the elders or participating in colony politics. He might act like a bully sometimes, but he is noble-hearted and considers Shade both his friend and rival. Mercury: The only adult male Silverwing that stays with the females, he serves as a messenger, scout and guardian for the female elders. He always flies near the front of the colony to keep an eye out for danger. Disciplined and quick to act, Mercury is also one of Frieda's most loyal supporters during times of crisis. Brutus: The vengeful, war-mongering supreme commander of the owls. Brutus ordered the attack on Tree Haven after Frieda refused to give up Shade. Obsessed with war and hunting fugitives, he is always certain about his decisions and does not like to be advised by anyone. Not even his son, whom he is ashamed of for not sharing his views on the law. Orestes: Brutus' timid, vegetarian son is disregarded by his own species because he believes the answers to conflicts lie in diplomacy, not war. After Shade and Marina rescue him from a human trap, Orestes decides that the only way to prove his point is to help clear Shade's name. He may be an owl, but he is also Shade and Marina's friend and trusted ally. Ursa: Being the only Kermode bear around, Brutus felt Ursa would be the ideal neutral creature to serve as leader of the beasts. She didn't want the position, as Ursa had no interest in helping anyone, but was later convinced by Shade to rally most of the beasts and boycott the war. Now an ally of the bats, Ursa's position of authority is invaluable. Luger: The leader of the wolves is a sinister and conspiring character who wished to rule all beasts. When he was not selected as leader, he and his wolves began killing more than their fair share of prey, causing many animals to seek protection from Ursa. Luger cares not for Brutus' war and even plots to help Goth and Throbb fulfill their dastardly deeds. Atlas: Brutus' second-in-command is an owl of few words, but shares similar views on the enforcement and execution of the law. Although not as fast or strong as his boss, Atlas is still a fearsome warrior who should not be taken lightly, which he proves in a wing-to-wing battle with Throbb. Todd: A young and somewhat plump Silverwing bat that used to hang out with Shade and Chinook. A voice of reason, Todd tried to convince Shade not to see the sun, but Shade ignored his advice. Todd also blamed Chinook for losing Tree Haven and reminds him coldly about the consequences of showing off. Breeze: A young female Silverwing and a friend of Shade, Chinook and Todd. Like Todd, she had tried to warn Shade and Chinook about the sun and the owls, but her pleas were to no avail. Her actions suggest that she might like Chinook, but after the sun-gazing incident, Breeze's mother refused to let her hang out with her friends anymore. Zephyr: A wise and blind Albino bat who lives in the spire of a cathedral, Zephyr serves as "bat traffic controller" and makes sure that all bat colonies are migrating safely. He lends his extensive knowledge to Shade and Marina by teaching them star navigation, herbal remedies and echoprojection, all of which prove to be effective against Goth and Throbb. Remus: The paranoid, arrogant and insane side of a duo of rat kings, Remus rules with an iron claw and will jail any of his followers if he feels the least bit threatened. The truth is, as the younger brother of Romulus, he is not meant to be a king at all. Remus thinks his destiny is to rule all beasts, and will do absolutely anything to achieve his goal. Romulus: The rightful king of the rats is stuck sharing the job with his brother Remus, who convinced him that the wing-like skin under his arms made him a freak that cannot rule alone. Cautious and loyal to his kingdom, Romulus soon learns from Shade that one must stand up for one's rights when one is the true ruler. Scirocco: The charismatic leader of a colony of banded bats that dwell in a cabin on a snowy mountain. He won the respect of his followers by promising them that their bands will, one day, allow them to transform into humans and reclaim the day. However, his promises are lies boosted with echoprojections that force Marina to make a tough choice. Penelope: A young Brightwing bat from Marina's colony that was banished because of her band, although Marina heard the elders say she died from it. Penelope was misled by Scirocco's fake promises and became one of his most prominent followers, but realizes where her loyalty should be when she learns Scirocco's secret from Shade. Hector: Chinook's father and one of the male Silverwing elders, Hector is fast, strong and a good leader. He and the other male Silverwings had to leave their own roost early because of an owl attack, but were reunited with the females at Hibernaculum. Hector is also an old friend of Shade's father and reveals the truth to the young bat that Cassiel is still alive.moreless
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    Thundarr the Barbarian

    Thundarr the Barbarian

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    ABC (ended 1982)
    Thundarr the Barbarian was a half-hour Saturday morning cartoon series that premiered on October 4, 1980 on ABC. It was a Ruby-Spears Enterprises Production. The show takes place 2000 years after the Earth was nearly destroyed by a runaway planet in 1994. The Earth is now populated by various new animal species, mutants and monsters, and is ruled by the 7 Citadels of Sorcery, a group of evil sorcerers who use a combination of magic and highly advanced technology to rule over the hapless populace. The series revolve around the trio of Thundarr, Ariel and Ookla, as they make their way through the world on horseback, defeating evil wherever they may find it, their motivation being that they themselves had escaped the clutches of the vile sorcerer Sabien, Ariel's evil stepfather. Ariel herself is a powerful sorceress. Thundarr, a former slave, won his freedom and was given a magic sunsword, a powerful weapon he can use to battle evil. Because it's magic, it was created to function only in his possession. He can ignite and retract the blade at will. When not in use, the hilt can be placed on his wristpack, readily available when it's needed. Ookla is a Mok, one of various new species that exist in post-apocalyptic Earth. He has great strength and is skilled with a bow and stun arrows. But he also has great heart and can be affectionate to his friends. The Earth of the future is littered with half-destroyed relics and monuments of the modern day world, and many of the episodes take place in recognizable locales such as New York City or Mount Rushmore that have been changed as a result of the great cataclysm that destroyed Old Earth in the year 1994. While this is a dramatic series, much of the show's humor revolves around Thundarr's relative lack of knowledge of our modern day Earth, as well as various antics from Ookla. Ariel, who has a great knowledge of history can usually fill in the gaps for them. But the trio devote most of their time battling wizards and other forms of evil that threaten humanity. This is the show's opening narration: Thundarr, the Barbarian! In the year 1994, from out of space comes a runaway planet, hurtling between the Earth and the Moon unleashing cosmic destruction. Man's civilization is cast in ruin. Two thousand years later, Earth is reborn... A strange new world rises from the old; a world of savagery, superscience, and sorcery. But one man bursts his bonds to fight for justice! With his companions Ookla the Mok and Princess Ariel, he pits his strength, his courage, and his fabulous Sunsword against the forces of evil. He is Thundarr, the Barbarian!moreless
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    11eyes

    11eyes

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    This show is an anime adaptation of the 11eyes -Tsumi to Batsu to Aganai no Shoujo- adult PC game from developer Lass. After Satsuki Kakeru loses his sister to suicide, he is transported, along with seven classmates, to a parallel world called 'Red Night'. In order to return home the group must defeat the six black knights. But in a strange world filled with swords and sorcery that will be far from easy. Alternative title: 11eyes -Tsumi to Batsu to Aganai no Shoujo- Opening Theme: "Arrival of Tears" by Ayane Ending Theme: "Sequentia" by Asrielmoreless
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    DNAngel

    DNAngel

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    (ended 2003)
    Daisuke Niwa, your everyday normal teenager, life changed one day on his 14th birthday. Rejected by his love, Risa Harada was just the reason why. Handling a rejection on your birthday is hard enough, but because of a certain DNA reaction; he turns into the legendary Phantom Thief, Dark Mousy every time he thinks of his love!

    To make matters worse, Dark, 'stole' Risa's heart, when Risa first saw Dark on TV. And, he stole Risa's older twin sister, Riku, first kiss! His friend, Satoshi is after Daisuke's alter-ego, and Daisuke can't have normal talks with Risa like he used to. They just don't call him a Phantom Thief for nothing.

    How to rid the condition? Daisuke has to have his confession of love returned. But... one problem. If Daisuke keeps changing into Dark when he thinks of the girl of his dreams too much... is it even possible for Daisuke to ever turn back to normal?moreless
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    Hero Tales

    Hero Tales

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    TV Tokyo
    Two spiritual powers vie for control of the land in Hero Tales. The spirit Hagun is present in a young man named Taitou and the spirit Tonrou is with General Keirou of the imperial army. Hero Tales follows General Keirou and Taitou as they struggle for control over one another, and eventually the land itself.

    NOTE : In Japanese the show is called Juushin Enbu

    Opening Themes - "Winterlong" by Beat Crusaders
    "Flashback" by High and Mighty Color
    Closing Themes - "Kakegae no nai Hito e" by Mai Hoshimura
    "Komorebi no Uta" by High and Mighty Colormoreless
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    Princess

    Princess

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    ABC Family (TV Movie 2008)
    A modern-day fairytale about a misguided young man and a mysterious princess, this ABC Family movie has something for everyone.
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    Demon Lord Dante

    Demon Lord Dante

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    AT-X (ended 2002)
    A thousand years ago the Demon Lord Dante waged a war with God and lost. As punishment, Dante was put on ice in the Himalayas. Now in present day Japan, Ryo Utsugi is inundated with nightmares and visions of being attacked by monsters and girls being killed. One night, Ryo is awakened startled as he recognizes a familiar voice in his dream.moreless
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    Crusade

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    TNT (ended 1999)
    Crusade, a spin-off from the Emmy-winning Babylon 5, describes the efforts of the Interstellar Alliance vessel Excalibur to find the cure to a plague released on Earth. This plague of nano-viruses, released by the Shadow's servants, the Drakh, in retaliation for the Shadow War (see Babylon 5 season 4 for details), will kill all mammalian life on Earth within five years if the cure is not found. Unfortunately, the plug was pulled on this series after just 13 episodes, so no resolution was ever achieved.moreless
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    Kino's Journey

    Kino's Journey

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    (ended 2003)
    Welcome to the Kino's Journey guide at TV.com. Kino is a traveller who journeys from country to country, riding on her talking motorcycle, Hermes. Every country has its own people and traditions, but Kino always sticks to the same rule. She will remain in each country for three days- no more, no less. Join Kino and Hermes as they explore all the experiences- both good and bad- that their world has to offer.moreless
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    The Kingdom (Riget)

    The Kingdom (Riget)

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    DR1 (ended 1997)
    Originally created for Danish television as Riget, Morten Arnfred and Lars von Trier's supernatural thriller The Kingdom chronicles the bizarre occurrences at the title hospital, the largest and most respected hospital in the country. While the series deals with such real-life complications as murder investigations and malpractice suits, a more villainous force may be unleashing itself upon the hospital staff. After a patient (Kirsten Rolffes) sees the ghost of a young girl, many of the staff members find themselves involved in frightening and bizarre situations like an ambulance that appears every evening but then instantly vanishes. Eventually, a female doctor (Birgitte Raaberg) becomes pregnant, but the accelerated development of her fetus could be a sign that the evil forces have found a way to enter more permanently into the world.moreless
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    Stripperella

    Stripperella

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    Spike TV (ended 2004)
    From Stan Lee, the man who brought us such popular superheroes as Spider-Man and X-Men, comes this new kind of superhero in the form of the animated series Stripperella. Pamela Anderson provides the voice of Erotica Jones who is stripper by night and superhero Stripperella by even later at night. A show with something for everyone, Stan Lee promises that despite it's adult setting Stripperella is "really a family show...but for a highly sophisticated family." The stories are a little bizarre but considering the talent involved there is no doubt that it's entertaining. Also working behind the scenes is director Kevin Altieri, known for his work on the highly acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series, and writers Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert (a huge jump from being writers for Nickelodeon's All That), the two were brought on to give the show its comedic twist. With a name like Stripperella you can't expect the show to take itself too seriously. Like a cross between a Marvel comic and The Simpsons expect a clever mix of action and comedy. Pam herself works with the guys behind the scenes as a consultant and as a model for her character. As consultant she has the chance to add her input on the scripts as well as the style of the show. The Style A gritty, rock-video look, more jokes than you'll have time to notice, and all the action one stripper can handle. Not to mention voice cameos by celebs such as Kid Rock and There's Something About Mary directors The Farrelly Brothers. Kid Rock also does the theme song. Who is Stripperella? Pamela is the voice of Erotica Jones, a dancer at the local strip club, who always has time for her friends such as Persephone, a fellow stripper who is dating conjoined twins. But when duty calls Erotica becomes Stripperella an agent for T.H.U.G.G. and a superhero who fends off nasty villains such as Dr. Cesarean, a plastic surgeon whose evil plans involve giving unexpected women explosive breast implants made of nitroglycerin; Cheapo, a super-villain on a budget who makes his henchman share a gun; And Pushy Galore, a former genetic physicist who has learned to breed animals with designer logos on their skin and makes designer knockoffs out of her ex-husbands. What makes Stripperella a superhero? Stripperella has the ability to float to safety from tall distances courtesy of her enhanced hair. Watch out for her patented move 'Scissor-ella' which allows her to knock-out bad guys with her thighs (think Famke Jannsen as Xenia Onatopp in the James Bond film Goldeneye). If she allows you to touch her breasts then look out for trick because a gadget in the chest area of her outfit works as a lie detector and tells Stripperella if someone is lying when they touch it. But the most outrageous gadget at her disposal has to be the digital scanner placed under her tongue which she can use to upload pictures to a computer.moreless
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    Spider-Man Unlimited

    Spider-Man Unlimited

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    FOX (ended 2001)
    This series is a spin off of the Spider-man show in 1994. Hijacking a space shuttle to save John Jameson, who crash-landed on another planet as the result of Venom and Carnage attacking his ship during its flight into space, Spider-Man ends up stranded on Counter-Earth, an Earth-like planet in the same orbit on the other side of the sun. On Counter-Earth, he finds a high-tech society where humanoid animals, also known as beastials, rule under the leadership of the High Evolutionary, while humans, the minorities, are seen as second class citizens and must be "tagged" with tracking devices that prevent them from attempting to rebel against the beastials. If that wasn't bad enough, Venom and Carnage are about, having their minds set on global domintation through the help of the Synoptic - a hivemind producing spores that turn people into its mindless slaves. This series ended on a cliffhanger, as Marvel's bankruptcy brought the show to an unexpected end after the first season. Six episodes were produced for the second season, including a conclusion to the first season's finale (which was intended to be a multi-part episode), but never aired. There are currently no plans for a home video release, although Disney has acquired the rights to air and release episodes of the series.moreless
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    Jing: King of Bandits

    Jing: King of Bandits

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    (ended 2002)
    Jing isn't just a bandit but the KING of Bandits. Who can steal anything and is also a wanted man. He travels with a wise cracking perverted bird named Kir. Both of them are on a journey searching of new things to steal. There is also a random deliveryman named Postino that seems to be following the two bandits around.
    Opening Theme: Shout it Loud
    Ending Theme: Sha La La
    Japanese Title: Odorobo Jingmoreless
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    Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

    Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

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    NBC (ended 1983)
    Following the Spider-Man (1981) cartoon, NBC decided they wanted Spidey to go in a different, more accessible direction. So in order to reach a wider audience, they added the X-Men character Ice-Man, a new character called Firestar, gave Peter Parker a room that turned into a secret superhero hi-tech headquarters, and renamed the show SPIDER-MAN AND HIS AMAZING FRIENDS. What kid can't relate, right? Regardless of the reasoning, the changes must have worked many people watched this show. Not only do the Spider-Friends fight Spider-Man's enemies (Dr. Octopus, Scorpion, Green Goblin, Kraven the Hunter, Swarm (not Fritz Von Meyer in this reality, just a bunch of bees), The Chameleon, Electro, Mysterio, Kingpin, The Shocker, The Sandman, and The Beetle) and other Marvel universe villians (Dr. Doom, Magneto, Loki, Mordred, The Red Skull, and The Juggernaut), but also new villians made only for the show. There were episodes when the Spider-Friends teamed up with other Marvel superheroes like Sunfire, Captain America, Shanna the She-Devil, Namor the Sub-Mariner, Dr. Strange, The Hulk, Thor, The Black Knight III, and the X-Men. For the second season, the title became THE INCREDIBLE HULK AND THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, becoming an hour show that featured 30 minutes of Spidey (and friends) and 30 minutes of Hulk. By third season, the concept was the same, only in reverse order with a new title, "THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN AND THE INCREDIBLE HULK". Despite the name changes, this area will focus on all three seasons of Spidey and friends.moreless
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    Ultra Maniac

    Ultra Maniac

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    (ended 2003)
    Ultra Maniac is a Japanese anime set in middle school. The main characters are Nina, a magician in training who performs her spells with the help of a laptop and treasure box, and Ayu, a beautiful and popular young woman at Hideo Middle School. Watch as best friends Nina and Ayu deal with the fallout from Nina's clumsy attempts at magic and their crushes on boys in their school.moreless
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    Now and Then, Here and There

    Now and Then, Here and There

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    Shu is a typical Japanese boy, but has an unbeatable, optimistic and determined attitude. However, when he sees a mysterious girl with strange eyes named Lala-Ru up on a smokestack, he is soon pulled into a strange desert world. Shu soon discovers the true terrors of war, which includes genocide, brutal torture, hunger, thirst, and child explotation. Now Shu is trying to save Lala-Ru, as well as his hard earned, and often relunctant, new friends from the insane dictator, Hamdo. Whether Shu can possibly accomplish saving those he cares about while still holding up to his values remains to be seen. Courtesy of Anime News Networkmoreless
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    Slayers EVOLUTION-R

    Slayers EVOLUTION-R

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    FUNimation
    The original cast of Slayers reunite for more magical mayhem! Lina's gang is hot on the trail of the Hellmaster's Jar! It holds the soul of Rezo the Red Priest and opening the vessel is the only way Pokota can save the people of his kingdom!moreless
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    Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Motion Comic)

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Motion Comic)

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    Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Motion Comic) is a motion comic adaptation of the popular comic book series produced by Josh Whedon. As a motion comic, it is not traditional animation - rather, it consists of panels from the actual comic overlayed with music and voice acting. Designed as a canonical continuation and hypothetical eighth season of the original hit television show, the story picks up right where it left off. Buffy Summers (Kelly Albanese), now leads a group of monster hunters based in faraway Scotland after the destruction of her home in Sunnydale. Thus far, 19 episodes have been released, with each one running about fifteen minutes. She is visited by series stalwarts such as Giles (J. Anthony McCarthy), Willow (Natalie Lander) Xander (Daniel Taylor), and Faith (Whitney Thompson.) Any fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer or of supernatural drama will find something to like about Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Motion Comic.)moreless
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