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Postby jeffbert » 14 years ago

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I just watched the E-version, which states that Ochanomizu borrowed Atom's power pack to use in the patient, as its was missing. This certainly accounts for his helplessness later on.

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Now Ochanomizu (Elefun) knows too much.

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:lol: I just noticed the empty boots. Where are his legs? :D

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Postby Astro Forever » 14 years ago

Wait, who disassembled Astro? :cry: Ochanomizu??? :angry:

Originally posted by -jeffbert@Dec 30 2005, 10:20 PM
The robot lion has no appitite for old men, so, he accuses the President of being a robot. Yes, even the lion is a member of the resistance. :lol:

A little tribute to Kimba, I guess! :D

Originally posted by -jeffbert@Dec 30 2005, 10:20 PM
Although the resistance assembled A, they could not restore his powers; thus, he was just an ordinary robot. Does this seem familiar? It should. The 2003 23rd episode "Memory Which Is Lost," (English: 16, "Lost in Outland") had the same thing. :lol:

Are you sure? I thought he had only lost his memory, not his physical power. I haven't watched it in a while though. :huh:

jeffbert[/i]@Dec 30 2005, 10:20 PM
Here is another pic for Astro Forever, it seems our hero lost his clothes since the last frame. :D

Are you referring to the Photoshop thread or the mistakes thread? :lol:

Thanks a lot for the pictures! :) You kind of make me want to buy the future US release! :D
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Postby jeffbert » 14 years ago

Originally posted by Astro forever+Dec 30 2005, 11:32 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Astro forever @ Dec 30 2005, 11:32 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> Wait, who disassembled Astro? :cry: Ochanomizu??? :angry:


Originally posted by -jeffbert@Dec 30 2005, 10:20 PM
Although the resistance assembled A, they could not restore his powers; thus, he was just an ordinary robot. Does this seem familiar? It should. The 2003 23rd episode "Memory Which Is Lost," (English: 16, "Lost in Outland") had the same thing. :lol:

Are you sure? I thought he had only lost his memory, not his physical power. I haven't watched it in a while though. :huh:

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@Dec 30 2005, 10:20 PM
Here is another pic for Astro Forever, it seems our hero lost his clothes since the last frame. :D

Are you referring to the Photoshop thread or the mistakes thread? :lol:

Thanks a lot for the pictures! :) You kind of make me want to buy the future US release! :D [/b][/quote]
1. Yes, Ochanomizu did it.

2. Oh, my mistake. in the 2003, he did only lose his memory. I am unsure what ails him here, except that he seemed to recognise Ochanomizu. Thus, I guessed that his powers were missing. BTW, 105th Episode "General Atom" (English version 096, "General Astro," also had him lose his memory, but not his powers.

3. Yes, that thread.

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Ahhh! I forgot the ''' in the thread's title. It should be "Gomes' Ghost." :P
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Postby Astro Forever » 14 years ago

Originally posted by jeffbert+Dec 30 2005, 10:47 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (jeffbert @ Dec 30 2005, 10:47 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>1. Yes, Ochanomizu did it.[/b]

How did he do it? Without warning? That's cruel! :cry: He sure changed between 1963 and 1980, he was almost crying as he took out Astro's engery cassette in Frankenstein. But then the 1980 Astro never acted like that! :P

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3. Yes, that thread.[/quote]
Which one? I named two, your answer doesn't help me. ;)

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Postby fafner » 14 years ago

Originally posted by jeffbert@Dec 31 2005, 04:47 AM
2. Oh, my mistake. in the 2003, he did only lose his memory. I am unsure what ails him here, except that he seemed to recognise Ochanomizu. Thus, I guessed that his powers were missing. BTW, 105th Episode "General Atom" (English version 096, "General Astro," also had him lose his memory, but not his powers.

In fact, in the 2000s he had lost his memory AND his powers, because he had been damaged while preventing a sattelite from falling in inhabited areas.
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Postby Astro Forever » 14 years ago

Originally posted by fafner@Dec 31 2005, 09:43 AM
In fact, in the 2000s he had lost his memory AND his powers, because he had been damaged while preventing a sattelite from falling in inhabited areas.

Didn't Boone (?) repair him? But he couldn't give him his powers back? :huh:

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Postby fafner » 14 years ago

Originally posted by Astro forever@Dec 31 2005, 06:11 PM
Didn't Boone (?) repair him? But he couldn't give him his powers back? :huh:

Now you say it, I remember Astro had managed to unburry a large object using his jet boots, long before he recovered his memory. I think I remember that Dr. O'Shay had repaired him toward the end of the episode, but I don't remember the details. Maybe I should watch it again... :unsure:
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Postby jeffbert » 14 years ago

Originally posted by fafner+Dec 31 2005, 07:21 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (fafner @ Dec 31 2005, 07:21 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--Astro forever@Dec 31 2005, 06:11 PM
Didn't Boone (?) repair him?  But he couldn't give him his powers back?  :huh:

Now you say it, I remember Astro had managed to unburry a large object using his jet boots, long before he recovered his memory. I think I remember that Dr. O'Shay had repaired him toward the end of the episode, but I don't remember the details. Maybe I should watch it again... :unsure: [/b][/quote]
When Marukubi Boon found him, he was severely damaged, but the main immediate affect was memory loss. However, when exposed to a memory cue, rather than recovering his memory, he blew a fuse, & collapsed. Dr. Ochanomizu then repaired him fully. :lol:
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