Samurai Pizza Cats Boxset 1 (3 DVD)
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(Jan 01, 2007)
An action comedy of the Super Deformed variety (think big heads on little bodies), Samurai Pizza Cats is the story of a land that looks a lot like old time Japan (only with lots of mechanical contraptions and the like) peopled by humanoid animals (some of them are just plain strange). This already-strange land is protected by a band of samurai cats who operate under the guise of a pizza house (that happens to have a giant revolver on the roof). The Pizza Cats (Speedy, Polly & Guido) along with other helpful allies fight to thwart the nefarious plans of the Big Cheese. Set contains episodes 1-26.
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Had too many Japanese pop-culture references for American audiences to really grasp,
2. Didn't actually come with the Japanese script,
so they just made up their own using how they interpreted the plot and the scenery. This is illustrated through characters reading Hirigana (referred to as "squiggles") and with the constant breaking of the fourth wall. Anime is typically an overdone and overrated genre, so it needs to be made fun of now and then. I remember waking up at like 5 in the morning with my older brothers to watch this show, and when this box set came out in 2007 on here, I couldn't pass it up. Unfortunately, F-22 studios (the supposed producer of this set) is a practically non-existent search on google, so I'm assuming that this set was produced from someone's basement. I really hope whoever the anonymous person who made it hasn't passed away, as I would instantly pay 40ish dollars for the second half of the series. These DVDs are top-notch quality (for a show that doesn't really exist past VHS recordings and low-quality MOV files), so I really really really want to complete my collection. It's been over four years since this was made, so please, if you are F-22, or if you have knowledge and dedication on how to make a DVD set, reprinting this set and making a second box would definitely be worth your time and effort. Anyways, love this product.
However, there are a few characters I do like such as Carla (Bad Bird's childhood sweetheart), Guido Anchovy, and the Rescue Team. They are so underrated! Sometimes I wish the Rescue Team were the main characters not the three main Pizza Cats.
I mean they usually accomplished things the others could not! Not to mention they had really cool powers based on the four elements. Guido was in my opinion probably the most powerful Pizza Cat, and Carla is the only calm girl on the show just about!
Out of the Rescue Team Bat Cat the one that loved adventure and excitement, talked like a surfer dude, had the element of air, and knew tons of tongue twisters
and Spritz T. Cat who had the element of water, looked a scuba diver, had a really adorable face and cute voice were my favorites!
"You guessed right! It is I General Catton and they finally given me more than just a walk on role in this episode!"
"Right! No more playing second fiddle for us! Our time has come!"
"We're tired of sitting around warming the bench! We want our own program! Who are we guys?"
"We're The Rescue Team!"
I couldn't agree more! Go Rescue Team!
In The Pizza Cat Performance Review episode which is my favorite:
"It's the three bears and Goldilocks Bad Bird and we've come to blow your house down!"
"I think he means the Big Bad Wolf but you get the idea."
"Get ready for the all new vastly improved four not three..."
"Samurai Pizza Cats!"