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Four Marvel Anime Coming To G4

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In case you missed the announcement from today's Comic-Con Live coverage, we've got some big news about some programming coming to G4 in 2011. What kind of big news? How does Iron Man, X-Men, Wolverine, and Blade grab you? Because in 2011, we're bringing four Marvel anime series to our air, each a 12-episode arc, and those stars of the Marvel Universe are going to be heavily involved. That's 48 totally sweet Marvel episodes in all, and every one of them will feature prominent and delightfully obscure heroes from the Marvel stable.

Comic scribe and guru Warren Ellis guided these series through their completion, and G4 will be the only network in the United States to air them, so, if you want to make yours Marvel, you're going to have to watch it here first!

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It took me a long while to realize that they were specifically slowing down the CG frames to match the usual anime framerate. I mean, it's not even the traditional US framerate; it's just... crappy for the sake of resembling lower-budget animation.

BLEH!

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Eh, CGI is fine as a background aid but for personal action I prefer hand-drawn. Blade should deliver on that front, as should Wolverine depending on how violent they're willing to get on actual people.

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