Case Closed (Detective Conan): Captured in Her Eyes is pretty standard Conan fare, not being especially stand out, but being pretty decent. It still has a number of flaws, though, and I'm more than willing and able to nitpick this thing for chuckles.
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I really should cut down on these long pre-credit and post-credit sequences, and I'll probably do that soon, but for now, I spend days, meticulously putting them together. It makes me appreciate animation more, because they're barely animated, just a step or two above a slide show. I don't know if I intended them to continue story ideas from my comic strips (which frankly, I can't see anybody getting unless they read them, which nobody did) or they're there to provide atmosphere/pad runtime. I both love and loathe making them. Perhaps I simply want to show off. But if I didn't, I wouldn't be making these videos at all.
Regardless, this is a review of the first Dragon Ball Z movie, 1989's Dead Zone, or "That one where the villain snatches defeat from the claws of victory". Come on, Garlic Junior, this was like the Wicked Witch of the West using a Super Soaker as a weapon. Maybe if you have to open a giant vortex in the sky to destroy your enemies, you've already lost.