When a Mad Scientist brainwashes the Index Gang into Master Pimps and freezes all of the hard drives at Funimation, Doctor Who and the Marller Gang go on a Quest Through 1990s Cinema called The Gauntlet to find the lost cast members of Do the Right Thing.
His Fantasy Has Turned to Madness...
10 June 2019 (USA)
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Ah! My Goddess: Marller Gets a Spinoff Season Two
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Keiichi the Spineless' relationship with Mikoto Misaka is satirically inspired by Kosuke Fujishima's cosplayer marriage scandal. Kosuke Fujishima had been married with children, while seeing a mistress on the side for fifteen years that he had promised to marry once his divorce was finalized. Things did not go as promised, as Kosuke Fujishima, at the age of 50, found himself marrying a 20 year old cosplayer that he met on twitter, due to him having made her pregnant. The marriage was billed by the gossip newspapers as a Shotgun Wedding, and only got worse when Kosuke Fujishima's mistress publicly sued him for emotional distress and damaging her public reputation by ditching her for a younger model. Some of Kosuke Fujishima's dedicated fanbase turned on him, cruelly calling him a Pedophile behind his back despite the fact that his wife was a legal aged adult when they had first started dating. Kosuke Fujishima's long-standing gig as a Character Designer on the 'Tales of' video game series also came to an end, possibly because of his legal drama. Kevin Neece feels that the major audience decline for the Ah My Goddess series was partially due to the Goddesses turning on him for his bad behavior. The Goddesses blessed Kosuke Fujishima with Good Fortune for a majority of the Ah My Goddess series run because their Asatru religion benefitted from the publicity and served as a Gateway for younger audiences into their religion. But eventually the Anime Belldandy, Urd, and Skuld, began to overshadow the Norse Mythology Verdandi, Urdr, and Skolde, leading to fans wishfully wanting to believe they were one and the same, and what started out as a cute slice of life story about a guy who had nothing being told by a Goddess that his life still had meaning, gradually turned into a Money-Making Franchise Empire that was more concerned with the Merchandising than producing New Anime Material to keep its audience interested. Hence, in the making of the Ah My Goddess series, Kosuke Fujishima accidentally made a Devil's Bargain with the Goddesses. His Fame and Fortune trapped him and made him a Prisoner of his Own Series which he was unable to Escape for Decades long after he had wanted to bring it to an end. And his Cosplayer Marriage that turned into a Public Scandal was the Devil coming to Collect His Due for trying to cancel the Ah My Goddess series. See more
It is never explained how or why Mara Marller came to the conclusion that the Mad Doctor was one of the Dragon Eye's Thirteen Escaped Demons. See more
The makers of Ah My Goddess, A Certain Magical Index, Spike Lee, and Eddie Griffin DO NOT endorse this movie. But we do hope you all will get a Good Laugh at their expense. See more
The original Bad Goddess series version of A Certain Magical Pimpdex was split up into one hour episodes. The third episode titled Tardis 54 Where Are You is missing a large majority of planned scenes as production was stopped due to the death of Kevin Neece's father. It was decided that the extended, completed version of A Certain Magical Pimpdex should be its own separate release. See more
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