Zig Zag: Weird Canadian Kids TV Show From 1986

I was looking for a different TV show called Zig Zag from the 80’s and stumbled onto this. It’s down right disturbing.

I think it’s a shame that in today’s over sanitized world of kids TV shows a show like this could never be made. I mean the guy is coming up with rock star names for himself and comes up with “Bobby Bakayaro” if you’ve every watched any Anime or Japanese movies that surname is going to sound a little familiar…

Incidentally this is the show that I was actually looking for:

Tatakae Chou Samurai Seimeitai! Transformers Samurai

Tatakae Chou Samurai Seimeitai! by ninjaink<br /><br /><br />
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<p>&#8220;Tatakae Chou Samurai Seimeitai&#8221; is a ukiyo-e wood block print from around the Sengoku era. This particular design tells a warrior’s tale of an epic battle between good and evil, one that carries over into the modern day. Though this appears to be a typical feud between opposing samurai, there is more to this print than meets the eye.</p><br /><br />
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One of the most iconic scenes of the original Transformers TV show was the battle between Optimus Prime and Megatron on top of the Hoover Dam. Artist NinjaInk whose work I’ve posted here before has recreated this scene by replacing the main characters with samurai armour.

You can buy this T-Shirt from RedBubble for £16. This isn’t the first time I’ve posted a Transformers Samurai crossover, although the style here is completely different to the one in the image I posted by creatureBox.

Update: I should have skimmed through NinjaInks gallery before posting this, I’ve found a similar image with Snake Eyes and whoever the white ninja in Cobra was from G.I.Joe/Action Force:

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Ukiyo-e woodblock depiction of a centuries-old dual between rival members of a ninja clan. The work is considered anachronistic, considering that ancient Japanese laser uzis would not be invented until years later.<br />
Arashikage No Tatakai by *ninjaink

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Live Action Super Mario | Just Whatever


Mario Bros chez Kinchan and Katori
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This is a really well implemented sketch from Kasou Taishou (Kinchan and Katori Shingo’s All Japan Costume Gran) the same show that featured the infamous Matrix ping pong.

The video features a Live action re-enactment of Super Mario brothers. It’s really well done although I don’t get the cityscape midway through…

Just Whatever.