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Starlight Brigade was an anime-inspired Pacific television series that ran from 1987-1995. The show follows Strive (center) a boy who strives to save his home from being consumed by the Endless Void which has been slowly sapping away life across the universe. When by chance a Void spaceship crashes nearby, he seizes the moment, goes into space, and encounters the Starlight Brigade, an order of warriors dedicated to defeating the Void with the power of
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The show was created and animated by the Knights of the Light Table studio, which was one of the first homegrown anime studios in the Pacific States. The show is fondly remembered for its beautiful animation, iconic soundtrack, compelling story, and colorful cast of characters like Ninja Brian (far-left) Lord Phobos (center-left) Havve Hogan (center-back) Doctor Sung (center-right) and Commander Meouch (far-right)
The show’s success has spawned two spin-off sequels, six video games, one movie and an official band called Tupperware Remix Party (TWRP).
Check out the show's opening sequence here
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Spider-Man: Far From Home
The premise of this movie is about a field trip where Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man and his class at Midtown High, take a vacation from New York City, CSA and into Europe while getting into a hijinks with a mysterious man known as Mysterio, an supposed interdimensional being fighting the Elementals. While in Europe, he goes to numerous cities including Rome, Papal; Prague, Austria-Hungary (pictured above); Berlin, German Empire; Paris, Commune of France; and London, Union of Britain. It was another solid entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, if a bit formulaic, and served as an epilogue to Avengers: Endgame. It was noted for being a fun tour of the various empires and nations of Europe, though it was a rather "theme park-ish" take on it due to time constraints.