Show #292: The Wang of Prophecy.

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This show also known as: Show me on the doll where the girl sexually assaulted you in a cave.

In this episode, I don’t realize my Bison impression is actually a Lao Che impression. Also, Crimson Wolf.

Music Selection: I HAVE TO PROTECT THE WANG OF PROPHECY.


BUT FOR BISON… THE EXCHANGE RATE… WAS FIVE BRITISH POUNDS!

  • Wow. And I thought Dagger of Kamui & Fatal Fury had terrible contrived plots.

    Oh Mao, you and you’re brainwashing drugs.

  • Scythe

    ^^^

    Fatal Fury the Movie is an awesome show, sir.

    Crimson Wolf? Not even the Wang of Prophecy can save it.

  • Sigh, don’t get me started.

    Not to get too Daryl Surat here, but let’s just say that Fatal Fury follows all those shounen-battle stereotypes. Then they add in the obligitory movie-love-interest with a ‘dead by end of movie’ sign practically hung around her neck and a literal Deus Ex Machina.

    And it lacks the redeeming camp factor of live-action movies like Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat.

    And that’s ‘Yes Ma’am, Sir’ to you boyo.

  • John

    I think Ms. Tsukuzu approaches a greater truth in her citation of Mortal Kombat; everything since (and prior) lacks the redeeming moral factor of featuring Scorpion. To elaborate, due to the exponential increase in awesome Scorpion brings to any given scenario it is unethical that he should not be incorporated into said scenarios.