Rob Lucci

Rob Lucci from One Piece

Goku Vs Broly

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Bully is a sandbox game set in a school environment. The player takes control of teenage rebel Jimmy Hopkins, who from the opening cutscene is revealed to be a difficult student with a criminal background. The game concerns the events that follow Jimmy being dropped off at Bullworth Academy, a fictional boarding school. The player is free to explore the school campus and town, or to complete the main missions. The game makes extensive use of minigames. Some are used to earn money, others to improve Jimmy's abilities.

School classes themselves are done in the form of minigames, broken into five levels of increasing difficulty. English, for example, is a word scramble minigame, and as Jimmy completes the level, he learns to apologize to bullies, deliver better taunts, apologize to prefects and finally to apologize to the police.

Jimmy Hopkins has a multitude of weapons available, although they tend to run along the lines of things a school boy might actually attain, such as slingshots, bags of marbles, Itching Powder, stink bombs, and later in the game, a bottle rocket launcher and a spud cannon. He also has an assortment of vehicles to operate — mainly bicycles with different abilities, but also a moped, a go-kart, a lawn mower, and a skateboard.

The game takes place at Bullworth Academy, a fictional independent boarding school in the New England area of the United States. Jimmy ends up enrolled in the school when his newly married mother and stepfather go on a year-long honeymoon cruise. The school is located in the fictional town of Bullworth, in New England. The school itself is a neo-gothic design and is similar to many other public schools and colleges in the United Kingdom and New England, in particular Fettes School in Edinburgh. A reference to the year being 1994-1995 as the setting can be seen in one of the various arcade machine minigames, though there are school banners from at least up to 1999.

The game focuses on Bullworth's newest student, Jimmy Hopkins. As he advances through his academic career at Bullworth Academy, he may interact with the school's students and teachers, as well as people from the neighboring towns, many of whom will give him errands to complete. He is greeted by Gary Smith, a scheming, unstable sociopath, and Pete Kowalski, a shy student who has yet to make any friends. Jimmy has to navigate his way through the five cliques at the school — the Bullies, Nerds, Preppies, Greasers and Jocks — as well as the Townie kids, the school faculty and all the other adult townsfolk. Unlike other games from Rockstar no two characters in Bully are the same, and every character has a name.


Avatar The Last Airbender

Avatar: The Last Airbender takes place in a fantasy world, home to humans, fantastic animals, and supernatural spirits. Human civilization is divided into four nations—the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Air Nomads, and the Fire Nation. Within each nation exists an order called "Benders" who have the ability to manipulate their native element. These Bending arts combine a certain style of martial arts and elemental mysticism. The Bending types are Waterbending, Earthbending, Firebending, and Airbending.

In each generation of the show's internal universe, one person is capable of Bending all four elements; this being is referred to in the show as the Avatar, the spirit of the planet manifested in human form. When the current Avatar dies, they are reincarnated into a baby native in the next of the four nations in the Avatar Cycle, which parallels the seasons: winter for water, spring for earth, summer for fire, and autumn for air. While legend holds that the Avatar must master the elements in order, starting with their native element, this can sometimes be compromised when the situation requires it. Learning to bend the element opposite one's native element is extremely difficult because opposing Bending arts are based on opposing fighting styles and disciplines. Firebending and Waterbending are opposites, as are Earthbending and Airbending.

The Avatar also possesses a unique power that resides within them, called the Avatar State. This is a defence mechanism that empowers the Avatar with the knowledge and abilities of all the past Avatars. When an Avatar enters the Avatar state, their eyes and tattoos begin to glow. If an Avatar is killed in the Avatar State, then the reincarnation cycle will be broken, and the Avatar cycle will end.

Through the ages, countless incarnations of the Avatar have served to keep the four nations in harmony and maintain world order. The Avatar also serves as the bridge between the physical world and the Spirit World.

There are many Character in Avatar The Last Airbender :

1. Aang is 12 years old. He is the current incarnation of the Avatar, the spirit of the planet manifested in human form. As the Avatar, Aang must master all four elements to bring peace to the world and balance to the four Nations. Aang openly admits that he would rather be searching for adventure and making new friends than saving the world.

2. Katara is a 14 year old Waterbender of the Southern Water Tribe. Katara discovers and frees Aang, and with her older brother Sokka, accompanies him on his quest to defeat the Fire Lord and bring peace to the war-torn nations

3. Sokka is a 15-year-old warrior of the Southern Water Tribe who, with his younger sister Katara, accompanies Aang on his quest to defeat the Fire Lord. The joker of the group. Unlike his companions, Sokka cannot bend an element.

4. Toph is a 12-year-old, blind Earthbender who leaves her wealthy family and home to join Aang on his quest in order to teach him earthbending. Though blind, Toph "sees" with Earthbending, feeling vibrations in the ground through the soles of her feet.

5. Zuko is the exiled 16-year-old prince of the Fire Nation and original primary antagonist of the series. Zuko was obsessed with capturing the Avatar in his quest to restore his honor and redeem himself in the eyes of his father, Fire Lord Ozai, who deems him a complete failure.

6. Azula is the 14 year-old-princess of the Fire Nation, Zuko's younger sister, and one of the major antagonists of the series. Cruel and self-centered since her early youth, Azula is manipulative, sadistic and a self-admitted monster.

7. Iroh is a retired Fire Nation general and Prince Zuko's uncle. Iroh is the older brother of Fire Lord Ozai and was the original heir to the throne of the Fire Nation. A powerful Firebender of great renown and respect (he is known as the Dragon of the West)


Sonic Underground

Sonic Underground and his siblings, pink hedgehog is an animated series that follows the adventures of Sonic the HedgehogSonia and green-hued Manic. Sonic Underground bears little relation to the often complex Sonic universe.

Sonic, Sonia, and Manic are the children of Queen Aleena the Hedgehog. They are chased by Doctor Robotnik and his bumbling bounty hunter sidekicks, Sleet and Dingo. The reason that he is chasing the three is because of a prophecy made by the Oracle of Delphius (a spoof of the Oracle of Delphi of Ancient Greece) saying that the Queen's three children will one day find their mother, overthrow Robotnik, and together become the rulers of Mobius again.

The three siblings have powerful medallions that not only change into musical instruments but also into weapons when the triplets are in perfect harmony with each other. Sonic's medallion is an electric guitar/gun, Sonia's medallion is a keyboard/smoke machine/gun, Manic's medallion is a drumset/Earth controller/gun. The three use the amulets not only to fight Robotnik's forces but to also have instruments for their underground rock band, Sonic Underground. Sonic, Sonia, and Manic also call Robotnik "'Robuttnik" and "Robarfnik", as opposed to just Sonic referring to him by that name.'


Danny Phantom

Danny Phantom centers on the life and adventure of 14-year-old Danny Fenton, an unpopular boy attending Casper High, living with eccentric ghost hunting parents, and dealing with an overbearing sister; clearly unsure about his life. Upon pressure of his best friends, Sam and Tucker, he wandered inside his parent's Ghost Portal, accidentally pressing a button that zapped his entire body, infusing his DNA with ectoplasm, transforming him into a half ghost boy.

Panicked over his powers at first, after the defeat of a bipolar Lunch Lady Ghost, Danny now turned to a life of superhero-ism, using his powers to rid his hometown of Amity Park from the various ghosts (either entities/monsters or spirits of the deceased from another dimension)[3] that plague it, teamed with his best friends, technophile Tucker Foley and gothic-minded Samantha (Sam) Manson. Aside from a variety of ghosts, he faces other threats of many caliber, including vengeful ghost hunter Valerie Gray, other half ghost/rival Vlad Masters/Plasmius, and (at a point) even his own parents--being ghost hunter extremists, they view Danny Phantom (and any ghosts) as a menace to society. Throughout it all, Danny slowly realizes his own potential and what his purpose is while his worlds - both the Ghost Zone and Earth - slowly begin to accept him as their defender.

Protagonist Character :

  • Danny Fenton/Phantom (voiced by David Kaufman): The titular character of the show. Danny is a 14-year-old boy who gained ghost powers from a lab accident. He later chooses to use these powers to fight against malevolent ghosts, which have begun to regularly escape the mysterious Ghost Zone and plague his hometown of Amity Park. Aside from ghosts, he deals with ghost hunter Valerie Gray who likes Danny Fenton, but hates his ghostly counterpart, Danny Phantom, whom she is trying to eliminate. He is often clueless about Sam's crush on him.
  • Tucker Foley (voiced by Rickey D'Shon Collins): A lighthearted African-American teenager obsessed with technology and meat. One of Danny's best friends along with Sam. When not obsessing over gadgets, he obsesses over girls. Like Sam, he shares in Danny's secret and often helps battle ghosts back into the Ghost Zone. He generally provides comic relief. He's also one of the first people to notice Sam's crush on Danny.
  • Samantha Manson (voiced by Grey DeLisle): Danny's other best friend. Though wealthy, (her great grandfather Izzy made the machine that twirls cellophane around Deli toothpicks) she chooses to hide her family's monetary success for quite some time, in favor of being liked for who she is. A strident individualist, Manson is a practitioner of an overly dramatized fictional form of vegetarianism called Ultra Recyclo-Vegetarianism, a frequent protester for such things as animal rights, and a self-proclaimed Goth who prefers heavy metal music and favors an all-black, Gothic-influenced fashion. She displays frequent crushes towards Danny.
  • Jasmine "Jazz" Fenton (voiced by Colleen O'Shaughnessey): Danny's know-it-all (and somewhat overprotective and perhaps overly helpful) older sister; a smart and highly sociable overachiever. Jazz considers her parents' obsession with ghosts as a sign of needing psychological help. She discovers that Danny has ghost powers in the episode "My Brother's Keeper", but she does not reveal her knowledge of it (until "The Ultimate Enemy"), in favor of waiting until he is ready to talk about it with her.
  • Jack Fenton (voiced by Rob Paulsen): Danny's father. Jack has an obsession with destroying ghosts and expresses hate for them. He blindly goes by the belief that all ghosts are evil, even Danny Phantom. He is generally incompetent in nature, but when provoked, can be an effective fighter. Jack cares about his family but is oblivious to Danny's powers. He also spends his time inventing gadgets that do not always work and is almost never seen without his orange jumpsuit.
  • Madeline "Maddie" Fenton (voiced by Kath Soucie): Danny's mother. Also a professional ghost hunter, Maddie is more interested in studying ghosts than simply destroying them, but like Jack Fenton, she also believes that all ghosts are bad. She is much more competent both as a parent and a ghost hunter than Jack.

  • Vladimir "Vlad" Masters/Vlad Plasmius (voiced by Martin Mull): Danny's arch-enemy and a multi-billionaire. An old acquaintance of Jack and Maddie Fenton and one other known human-ghost hybrid like Danny. Vlad's ghost powers were thrust upon him by an accident with a Ghost Zone Portal prototype, which hospitalized him for many years with ecto-acne. He blames Jack and is resentful that his old "friend" married the love of his life, Maddie. Unlike Danny, his ghost powers are considerably more developed, and he has used them for personal gain.
  • Valerie Gray (voiced by Grey DeLisle and Cree Summer): A once popular girl whose life was accidentally turned upside-down by Danny's ghostly alter ego, Danny Phantom, and a ghost dog. She bears a grudge against him (although has a bit of a crush on Danny Fenton) and has vowed to hunt him down, mostly using equipment given to her by a mysterious benefactor (who turns out to be Vlad Plasmius) before donning a different gear later on.

Chalk Zone

The main character, an elementary school student named Rudy Tabootie (E.G. Daily, Tommy Pickles on Rugrats), has been gifted with a magically endowed piece of chalk that allows access to the ChalkZone, an alternate dimension where everything and everyone that's ever been drawn in chalk and erased takes form as the living and/or tangible. The show concentrated on the adventures of Rudy, sidekick Snap (Candi Milo), and classmate Penny Sanchez (Hynden Walch) within the zone.

Character :
  • Rudy Tabootie

Voiced by E.G. Daily, the shy artist whom the show stars. Rudy is the main character

  • Snap

Voiced by Candi Milo, Rudy's ChalkZone pal, based on a comic strip character he's created. Snap is Rudy's favorite chalk creation. He hates it when he is called a comical sidekick.

  • Angel

Voiced by Hayley Collyer. She is a real-life talking dog who was going to be introduced in season 5. She is Snap's former girlfriend and has a bad attitude towards Queen Rapsheeba.

  • Penny Sanchez

Voiced by Hynden Walch, Rudy's best friend, a genius whom he also has an obvious crush on. Penny is Rudy's best friend.

  • Reggie Bullnerd

Voiced by Candi Milo, the school bully. Gets stuck in a lot of things.

  • Joe Tabootie

Voiced by Jess Harnell, Rudy's father, who runs a meat shop. These are the parents.

  • Mildred Tabootie

Voiced by Miriam Flynn, Rudy's mother.

  • Horace T. Wilter

Voiced by Robert Cait, Rudy's cartoon-hating school teacher. He not only hates cartoons but he always tries to get Rudy into trouble and prove that chalk zone really exists.

  • Biclops

Voiced by Rodger Bumpass, the guardian of the Magic Chalk Mines; has one eye on top of the other.

  • Blocky

Voiced by Robert Cait, Rudy's first drawing.

  • Queen Rapsheeba

Voiced by Roslyn Taylor, ChalkZone's song artist. Her name is a pun on the rapper Queen Latifah and possibly the Queen of Sheba. She is not only a rapper but she is a good friend.

  • Spy Fly

Voiced by Tress MacNeille, a chalk-fly with a camera attached to her head, she has a Russian accent.

  • Skrawl

Voiced by Jim Cummings, a villainous (and strange-looking) chalk-being who is constantly out to "get" Rudy. He was mistakenly drawn character at a birthday party that Rudy went to.

  • The Beanie Boys

Skrawl's flying, singing henchmen.

  • The Craniacs

Voiced by Rob Paulsen, a group of robots looking for futuristic inventions, each one smarter than the last. They, like Skrawl, want Rudy's magic chalk. Whenever a new one is drawn, the last is deemed "obsolete", shut down, and put in storage. The Craniac currently functioning is Craniac #4 (it was originally #3, but Rudy drew a #4 to get rid of #3 and now #3 is shut down). They are primarily based on the numerous Brainiacs from Superman fame

Cat Dog

The show details the misadventures of CatDog, a conjoined cat and dog. Despite sharing a body, Cat and Dog are wildly different: Cat is worldly wise and suave, contrasting with the optimistic and childlike Dog. Though they are of different species, the duo refers to themselves as "brothers".

Because of their strange condition, CatDog are often harassed by the Greaser Dogs, a trio of tough hoods, and their neighbor, Winslow, a devious blue rat.

Albie Hecht, Nickelodeon's senior vice president of worldwide productions, said that the creators planned for the show to "really play off of kids' sympathies" by portraying the characters as experiencing "have the worst of both worlds.


  • Dog

Dog, a dog, generally acts as the normal canine; loyal to a fault, very energetic, and easily distracted. He is often a voice of reason for Cat, who can be highly unscrupulous in his tasks. Unlike Cat, he does not care for cleanliness, preferring instead to ravage trash cans for food. His catchphrase is "Hi Ho diggity". He is voiced by Tom Kenny.

  • Cat

Cat, a cat, desires fame and fortune, and is prone to go to extravagant lengths in order to achieve them despite Dog's warnings. He is a stickler for cleanliness, yet is highly hydrophobic, like all cats are. He is voiced by Jim Cummings.

  • Cliff

The leader of The Greaser Dogs. Cliff acts belligerent in order to maintain his tough image, but has a very vulnerable side which Cat and Dog sometimes exploit. Also voiced by Tom Kenny.

  • Shriek

The second-in-command of the Greasers, she struggles to distance herself from her privileged background with a tomboyish demeanor. Because of this, she must often remind other characters of her femininity. Shriek has an unrequited crush on Dog, which is said to prevent her from harming him during CatDog's routine beatings at the Greasers' hands. She is voiced by Maria Bamford.

  • Lube

Real name Ignatius, he is very unintelligent and sometimes speaks in non sequiturs. Lube is the workhorse of the Greasers, often doing tasks which Shriek and Cliff have the sense to shirk. Lube is a skilled auto mechanic, hence his nickname. He is voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

  • Winslow Oddfellow

A blue mouse who lives in CatDog's home. Constantly sarcastic and critical, he is a constant annoyance to Cat and Dog but remains their friend.

  • Rancid Rabbit

Rancid Rabbit often serves as an antagonist to CatDog and the Greasers, appearing in numerous roles throughout the series. He is highly manipulative and greedy, and has a very short temper. His catchphrases are What, what, what, and Leaping Lumbago. Rancid is voiced by Billy West.


Broly ( The Legendary Super Saiyan )

This story begins at a picnic, during a painful singing session courtesy of Krillin, when a massive ship arrives. Out comes Paragas, one of the few surviving Saiyans. He invites Vegeta to rule a new Planet Vegeta. Vegeta initially refuses until Paragas appeals to Vegeta's ego by asking him to kill the Legendary Super Saiyan that has completely destroyed the south galaxy.

Gohan, Trunks, Krillin, Master Roshi and Oolong depart with Vegeta.

Meanwhile, Goku is at a school interview with Chi-Chi, who is trying to get Gohan into the school. Goku is summoned telepathically by King Kai during the interview, and immediately teleports to him upon hearing the south galaxy has been destroyed, leaving the school staff confused and Chi-Chi very annoyed.. King Kai had sensed the Legendary Super Saiyan in the south galaxy so he sent Goku to stop him. By the time Paragas had arrived, Goku had already been searching for the Legendary Super Saiyan.

At first the group believes that Paragas has good intentions and honestly wants to create a new Planet Vegeta. Later on it is revealed that the planet is on a collision course with a large comet, Comet Kimori.

Soon after Gohan, Trunks, Krillin, Roshi, Oolong, and Vegeta arrive, a report comes in that the Legendary Super Saiyan is attacking another planet. Vegeta takes Paragas's son, Broly, and investigates.

While Vegeta and Broly are investigating the attack, Gohan, Trunks and Krillin go out to investigate the new Planet Vegeta. They find a slave colony strip mining the planet to send energy to the palace. Gohan, Trunks and Krillin quickly break up the slave labor going on at the colony. This is also when Goku arrives on the planet to be accidentally punched by Krillin. Paragas also first meets Goku during this scene, and immediately identifies him as Bardock's son.

The first time that Broly sees Goku he immediately recognizes him and gets extremely infuriated. Broly and Goku begin powering up in a standoff, until Paragas brings him back under control by using a mind-control device put on him when he was a teenager. Unfortunately for Paragas, Broly has found a way to bypass the mind-control which the device has over him.

During this scene we are told, by Paragas, that Goku and Broly were born on the same day. Broly was born with an extreme fighting power of 10,000 while Goku was born with a weak power level of 2. This is quite unusual since a grown human male has a power level of 5. It is said that Goku cried constantly, keeping Broly awake for days on end. From then on Broly would constantly hold a grudge against Goku.

After Paragas reflects on the past, Broly attacks Goku during the night. It is in this fight that we see Broly in his restrained mastered Super Saiyan form. Towards the end of the fight Paragas reasserts control over Broly and forces him to stop attacking Goku. He barely manages to do so, foreshadowing things to come.

Eventually Gohan, Trunks and Krillin bring the slaves they freed back to the palace, and they identify Broly as the one that attacked their planet. Broly walks towards Goku shouting, "Kakarrot!" repeatedly. Broly goes into his restrained mastered Super Saiyan form again while in the walk towards Goku. Vegeta transforms into his Super Saiyan second grade form and attacks Broly with a Big Bang Attack but the attack has no effect. Then Paragas decides to reveal the entire story. Broly soon rages out of Paragas's control and becomes a monsterous behemoth of a Super Saiyan, his true and most powerful form. Vegeta, stunned by Broly's power, falls to the ground in shock, eyes wide with fear, realizing that Broly is the feared Legendary Super Saiyan.

Broly, raged beyond control, destroys the strip mines and the slaves' home planet. Broly goes after Goku and Gohan in a chase, destroying forests and slaves with a barrage of ki blasts. The chase stops and Goku turns into a mastered Super Saiyan. Gohan follows suit and then Trunks comes to help and transforms into his Super Saiyan second grade form. The battle gets intense, but remains completely one-sided. Goku tells Gohan to run, which he does, but Broly valiantly pursues him and smashes him into a building, from where he hangs by the cloth around his neck. The destructive Super Saiyan then single-handedly takes down both Goku & Trunks. Then Piccolo shows up after Broly annihilates the boys and saves Gohan from a would-be-fatal attack. Piccolo then gets around to handing out everyone senzu beans. Not long after, the four warriors then decide to gang up on a patient Broly, who stands on a thin cliff. In only a matter of scenes, all four of them become annihilated by Broly again. Piccolo attempts to get Vegeta to fight. In shock and pride, he refuses, and is abandoned by Piccolo. Meanwhile, Goku is having a hard time doing anything to Broly. Vegeta, rediscovering his inner Saiyan pride, transforms into his Super Saiyan second grade form once again, and joins the fight against Broly. His efforts, however, are futile as he is beaten without mercy. Broly later finds his father, Paragas, attempting to flee inside a Saiyan space pod, leaving his son to die in the explosion of the planet. Broly picks up the pod in turn and crushes it, killing Paragus, and throws it directly at the comet.

Piccolo gets the idea for everyone to channel their full powers to Goku so he can defeat Broly. One by one they comply, except Vegeta, who refuses to help a lower-ranking Saiyan due to his pride. While gathering energy, Goku suffers at the hands of Broly; he is blown across the landscape by ki blasts and very powerful punches, and then repeatedly jumped on. Finally, on the brink of defeat, Goku convinces Vegeta to help him. At first, Vegeta still refuses, but then reluctantly does so, saying "This still doesn't change anything." and with the combined power of the Z-Warriors, Goku is finally able defeat Broly by blasting him into the comet. Everyone then escapes from the planet via a Caspule Corp. ship which Piccolo used to reach them. Goku and Gohan teleport home, only be confronted by an angry Chi-Chi, who is still annoyed at Goku for leaving during the interview and then passes out

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