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Guardians of the Galaxy Anime Headed to Japan

by Conner Flynn
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Guardians of the Galaxy is everywhere. Fans can’t get enough. Now is the time to cash in with toys, tie-ins and cartoons. It’s no big surprise that the Guardians crew have now been turned into anime characters and they will soon make their debut in the Japanese Marvel Disk Wars television show.

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You will either love or hate these characters depending on what kind of animation you like. Me? I hate change. So I’m not digging Star-Lord with spiky anime hair. And is that Kratos the God of War? Oh, my mistake. And Groot just looks creepy. You’ll also notice that Gamora looks a bit like a vampire.

To each their own, I suppose. I’m sure that many of you love these looks. Rocket Raccoon is just way too cute as well. They might just be trying a little too hard at this anime thing.

[via io9]

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