Words of wisdom.
Just completed watching “Gegege no Kitaro 2” live action movie~
Oh my, silly simply story but so osum gods and spirits I saw there.
And especially I liked one - Yaksha aka “spirit from far away Japan” which means Yaksha is a spirit form India, but just look how beautiful he looks~
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Amikiri is a Japanese yokai described as a small snake-like creature with a bird-like head and lobster-like claws.
Kitaro’s dad is a truly inspirational father because he goes from being a buff mummy man for being a tiny lil nudist eyeball all for the sake of his spooky ghost son’s wellbeing WHAT A DAD
hellboy and kitaro(2012)
hakaba kitaro/ gegege no kitaro fan arts re-upload
I blame you radakias.
There’s been an English dub of gegege no kitaro for some time now. Animax does not release any of their English Dubs on DVD.
I hope this does not negatively effect Discotek licensing Gegege no Kitaro.
The golem from episode 87, whose appearence was based on the Czech film from 1951, “The Emperor and the Golem”. The plot deviates from the standard “evil monster attacks someone, Kitaro and co. have to stop it” scheme: the golem, even though he is one of the villanous western monsters, isn’t evil by heart, and befriends Nurikabe and his family. As it turns out, however, there’s no happy ending to this story: Backbeard’s minions take control of the golem’s body, destroying the smaller construct accompanying him in the process. Nurikabe has to destroy his friend’s corporeal form to free him - the golem dies in the process, but he managed to say goodbye to the wall monster and his family before he crumbles to dust. The ending shows that the yokai built a memorial out of the golem’s remains.
Goddammit, I really love the western monsters from the 2007 series.