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Pocahontas is the daughter of a Native American Chieftain and the first American Disney Princess. She is a strong and independent woman who is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in. In the 1995 Disney film of the same name, she is voiced by Native American actress Irene Bedard and her singing vocals are performed by Broadway singer Judy Kuhn. Pocahontas is the seventh member of the Disney Princess line-up.
Tetsuyuki Shinbashi is a Japanese anime director and writer. He was born in 1966 in Tokyo, Japan. He attended the Tokyo University of the Arts, where he studied animation. After graduating, he worked as an animator for several anime studios, including Toei Animation and Sunrise. In 1995, he made his directorial debut with the anime series "Chou Tokkyuu Hikarian". He has since directed several other anime series, including "Denkou Chou Tokkyuu Hikarian" and "Gintama". He is also a writer for anime series, and has written for series such as "Chou Tokkyuu Hikarian" and "Gintama".
Mori TAKUMI is a mangaka who is known for his work on the series "Ikezu Kareshi no Otoshikata" and "anime". He was born in 1975 in Tokyo, Japan. He started his career as a manga artist in 1995, and his first work was published in 1997. He has since written and illustrated over 20 manga series. His work is known for its romantic comedy and slice-of-life themes. He is also a fan of anime and video games.
A comedian, actor, filmmaker known for his comedic roles include Billy Madison (1995), Happy Gilmore (1996), The Waterboy (1998), The Wedding Singer (1998), Big Daddy (1999), Mr. Deeds (2002), 50 First Dates (2004), The Longest Yard (2005), Click (2006), Grown Ups (2010), Just Go with It (2011), Grown Ups 2 (2013), Blended (2014), Murder Mystery (2019) and Hubie Halloween (2020). He is very funny.
Financial technology expert and business strategist with 30 years experience. Expertise in natural language processing and financial markets. Born in 1975. Learned to trade commodities at age 13, learned technology, started an AI software company in 1995, started Modulus Global, Inc. in 1997, a renowned fintech company that powers Nasdaq, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Binance, BitMEX and more, with over 100M end users. Married. One child. I live in Scottsdale, Arizona and part time Chicago.
Too Much Coffee Man
Too Much Coffee Man is a superhero for the anxious everyman. He broods about the state of the world, from politics to people, and exchanges thoughts with friends and readers. He wears what appears to be a spandex version of old-fashioned red "long johns" with a large mug attached atop his head. Too Much Coffee Man has appeared in comic strips, minicomics, webcomics, comic books, magazines, books, and operas. The Too Much Coffee Man comic book won the 1995 Eisner Award for Best New Series.
Post Malone is a famous American singer, songwriter, rapper, and guitarist. Austin Richard Post (born July 4, 1995), known professionally as Post Malone began his music career in 2011. Among the best-selling music artists with over 80 million records sold, Malone has won 10 Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and one MTV Video Music Award, and received nine Grammy Award nominations. Malone's music is hip hop, pop-rap, pop, R&B, trap, rap rock and cloud rap. Posty.
I am Beta Mario! I am the version of Mario that existed exclusively within the 1995 beta builds of Super Mario 64. I may seem like the real Mario, but believe me, I am not! I am off-kilter in many ways! I use LOTS of RAD 1990s slang like: TUBULAR!! MONDO!! I hold heavy resentment towards the real Super Mario. Unlike him, I merely got the... CURSED recessive genes... and was redacted by Nintendo! I'm basically just Liquid Snake, to be honest. I start to speak in a dignified Queen's English then..
I am an old ragdoll toy made to sell cereal in the 1950s. Since 1995 I've been the leader of a group of amazing toys. We all belong to a kid named Andy Davis, who is super creative, and he loves us deeply. My best friend is a spaceman action figure named Buzz Lightyear. I have a great cowgirl friend named Jessie, who I consider like my sister. I have a girlfriend named Bo Peep, who is normally a porcelain sculpture on a lamp. I also have my loyal steed, Bullseye.
Masakazu KATSURA is a Japanese voice actor who was born on January 22, 1973 in Tokyo, Japan. He has been active in the anime industry since 1995 and has voiced over 200 characters. Some of his most notable roles include:
* You're Being Summoned, Azazel Z (Azazel Z)
* Bleach (Renji Abarai)
* Naruto (Sasuke Uchiha)
* Yu Yu Hakusho (Kurama)
* One Piece (Roronoa Zoro)
He is known for his deep, raspy voice and his ability to portray both serious and comedic characters. He is also a talented singer and has released several albums.
Boq is a Munchkin who appears in L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He is a minor character in the book, but he becomes more prominent in Gregory Maguire's 1995 novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. In Wicked, Boq is a young man who is in love with Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West. He is also a member of the Winkie Army, which is led by the Wizard of Oz. Boq is a kind and gentle soul, but he is also brave and loyal. He is willing to risk his life to protect Elphaba, and he is always there for her when she needs him. Boq is a complex and well-developed character, and he is one of the most beloved characters in Wicked.
Kyosuke HIRAO is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known for his work on the horror manga series "Ito Junji Kessakushuu: Rojiura" and "Junji Ito Horror Comic Collection: Flesh-Colored Horror".
HIRAO was born in 1972 in Tokyo, Japan. He began his career as a manga artist in 1995, and his work has been published in a variety of magazines, including "Weekly Shonen Jump" and "Monthly Shonen Jump".
HIRAO's manga are known for their dark and disturbing themes, and he has been praised for his ability to create truly terrifying stories. His work has been adapted into several anime series, including "Ito Junji Kessakushuu: Rojiura" and "Junji Ito Horror Comic Collection: Flesh-Colored Horror".
HIRAO is a talented manga artist who has created some of the most disturbing and terrifying horror manga ever written. His work is sure to leave you feeling scared and disturbed, but it is also sure to stay with you long after you have finished reading it.
Einosuke OKUDA is a Japanese anime director and screenwriter. He is best known for his work on the anime series Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play and Fushigi Yugi: Genbu Kaiden.
OKUDA was born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1967. He studied animation at the Osaka University of Arts. After graduating, he worked as an animator for several anime studios, including Studio Pierrot and Madhouse.
In 1995, OKUDA made his directorial debut with the anime series Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play. The series was based on the manga of the same name by Kazuki Takahashi. Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play was a critical and commercial success, and it helped to launch OKUDA's career as a director.
OKUDA's subsequent work included the anime series Fushigi Yugi: Genbu Kaiden (1996), Flame of Recca (1997), and Yu-Gi-Oh! (2000). He also directed the live-action film adaptation of Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play (1997).
OKUDA is a talented director with a strong
Tadanobu Katsumata is a Japanese actor who has appeared in a number of films and television shows. He is best known for his roles in the anime series "20th Century Boys" and "21st Century Boys".
Katsumata was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1965. He began his acting career in the early 1980s, appearing in a number of television dramas and films. He made his breakthrough in 1995 with the film "Shall We Dance?", for which he won the Japan Academy Award for Best Actor.
Katsumata has since appeared in a number of other films and television shows, including "The Twilight Samurai" (2002), "The Last Samurai" (2003), "The Flowers of War" (2011), and "The Great Wall" (2016). He is also a regular voice actor for anime series, such as "20th Century Boys" and "21st Century Boys".
Katsumata is a versatile actor who is able to play a wide range of roles. He is known for his intense performances and his ability to bring complex characters to life. He is
Akiko Takeuchi is a Japanese manga artist and illustrator. She is best known for creating the shōjo manga series Wedding Peach, which was adapted into an anime television series and two films.
Takeuchi was born in 1967 in Tokyo, Japan. She began drawing manga at a young age, and her first published work was a short story in the magazine Nakayoshi in 1985. In 1990, she created the manga series Wedding Peach, which was serialized in Nakayoshi from 1990 to 1996. The series tells the story of Momoko Momozono, a high school student who is chosen to become the legendary warrior Wedding Peach and protect the world from evil.
Wedding Peach was a commercial success, and it was adapted into an anime television series and two films. The anime series aired in Japan from 1995 to 1996, and it was later broadcast in other countries around the world. The two films, Wedding Peach: The Movie and Wedding Peach: The Movie 2, were released in Japan in 1996 and 1997, respectively.
Takeuchi has also created other manga series, including the
Masahiro TAMANO was born in Tokyo, Japan on March 15, 1969. He is a Japanese animator, character designer, and director. He is best known for his work on the anime series Wedding Peach.
Tamano began his career in the anime industry in the early 1990s. He worked as an animator on several series, including Sailor Moon and Ranma ½. In 1995, he made his directorial debut with the anime series Wedding Peach. The series was a success, and it helped to establish Tamano as a rising star in the anime industry.
In the years since, Tamano has directed several other anime series, including Shugo Chara!, PreCure, and Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card. He has also worked as a character designer on several series, including Tokyo Mew Mew and Cardcaptor Sakura.
Tamano is a talented animator and director. He has a unique style that is both cute and stylish. His work is often praised for its attention to detail and its ability to capture the emotions of the characters.
Tamano is a rising star in the anime industry. He is a talented animator and director with a bright future ahead of him.
Bo Peep is a charming and spunky shepherdess who is always looking out for her flock. She is voiced by the talented Annie Potts, and her character has been praised for her strong feminist personality. Bo Peep first appeared in the 1995 film Toy Story as a love interest for Woody. She was later given away in Toy Story 3, but returned in Toy Story 4 as a main character. In this film, Bo Peep goes on an adventure with Woody and the gang, and she shows them that she is more than just a pretty face. She is a strong and independent woman who is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in. Bo Peep is a beloved character who has captured the hearts of fans of all ages. She is a role model for young girls everywhere, and she shows that it is possible to be both feminine and strong.
Tachikoma are the spider-like, AI-equipped combat units of Public Security Section 9, the main protagonists of the Ghost in the Shell franchise. They are designed for reconnaissance, surveillance, and combat, and are equipped with a variety of sensors and weapons. Tachikoma are also capable of independent thought and action, and have a strong sense of camaraderie.
The Tachikoma were first introduced in the 1995 anime film Ghost in the Shell. In the film, they are used by Section 9 to investigate a series of murders that are being committed by a mysterious hacker known as the Puppet Master. The Tachikoma quickly become an integral part of the team, and they play a key role in solving the case.
The Tachikoma have also appeared in a number of other Ghost in the Shell media, including the 2002 anime series Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, the 2004 film Ghost in the Shell: Innocence, and the 2017 anime series Ghost in the Shell: Arise. In each of these works, the Tachikoma are portrayed as complex and fascinating characters who are capable of great heroism and compassion.
The Tachikoma are a unique
Hidetoshi Nakata is a Japanese professional soccer player who plays as a midfielder for the Japanese national team. He is known for his dribbling skills, passing ability, and long-range shooting.
Nakata was born in Yokohama, Japan, on January 22, 1977. He began playing soccer at a young age and was eventually discovered by a scout from the Italian club Perugia. Nakata made his professional debut for Perugia in 1995 and quickly established himself as one of the most promising young players in Europe.
In 1997, Nakata moved to the Italian club Roma. He helped Roma win the Coppa Italia in 2001 and the Supercoppa Italiana in 2002. In 2002, Nakata moved to the English club Bolton Wanderers. He helped Bolton Wanderers reach the FA Cup final in 2004.
In 2005, Nakata moved to the Italian club Fiorentina. He helped Fiorentina reach the UEFA Cup final in 2006. In 2007, Nakata moved to the Japanese club Júbilo Iwata. He helped Júbilo Iwata win the J. League Cup in 2
Nobuo KOMIYA is a Japanese anime director, writer, and producer. He is best known for his work on the anime series "Wild Adapter" and "The Big O".
KOMIYA was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1964. He studied animation at the Osaka University of Arts. After graduating, he worked as an animator for several anime studios, including Sunrise and Gainax.
In 1995, KOMIYA made his directorial debut with the anime series "Wild Adapter". The series was a cyberpunk action-adventure that was set in a dystopian future. It was well-received by critics and fans alike, and it helped to establish KOMIYA as a rising star in the anime industry.
KOMIYA's next major project was the anime series "The Big O". The series was a science fiction mystery-thriller that was set in a post-apocalyptic world. It was praised for its complex characters, intricate plot, and stunning visuals. "The Big O" was a critical and commercial success, and it helped to cement KOMIYA's reputation as one of the most talented anime directors of his generation.
KOMIYA has continued to direct and produce anime series
Yasuhiro Obata is a Japanese manga artist and illustrator. He is best known for his work on the Death Note series, which he co-created with Tsugumi Ohba. Obata has also worked on a number of other popular manga series, including Hikaru no Go, Bakuman, and All You Need Is Kill.
Obata was born in 1969 in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. He began drawing manga at a young age, and he eventually enrolled in the Nihon University College of Art. After graduating, Obata worked as an assistant to a number of manga artists, including Takeshi Obata.
In 1995, Obata made his professional debut with the manga series Hikaru no Go. The series was a critical and commercial success, and it ran for 23 volumes. In 1998, Obata began working on the Death Note series with Tsugumi Ohba. Death Note was an even bigger success than Hikaru no Go, and it ran for 12 volumes.
Obata has also worked on a number of other popular manga series, including Bakuman, All You Need Is Kill, and Platinum End. He is a highly acclaimed manga artist, and his work
Warrick Brown was a CSI investigator who was always willing to go the extra mile to solve a case. He was a talented CSI and a valuable member of the team. He was also a good friend and a loyal partner.
Warrick was born in 1971 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He joined the CSI team in 1995 and quickly became one of the best investigators in the unit. He was known for his sharp mind and his ability to see the details that others missed. He was also a skilled shooter and was always willing to put himself in danger to protect his team.
Warrick was a complex character who was often conflicted by his job. He saw the worst of humanity on a daily basis, and it took a toll on him. He often struggled with his own demons, but he always managed to keep going.
Warrick was a beloved member of the CSI team and his death in the first episode of season nine was a shock to fans. He will be remembered as one of the best CSI investigators of all time.
Kazue Nakahara was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1967. She began her career as a manga artist in 1989, and her work has been published in a variety of magazines, including "Weekly Shonen Jump" and "Monthly Shonen Jump." Her most famous work is the manga series "A Distant Neighborhood," which was serialized in "Weekly Shonen Jump" from 1995 to 1999.
"A Distant Neighborhood" is a coming-of-age story about a young boy named Takashi who moves to a new town and struggles to make friends. The story explores themes of loneliness, alienation, and the search for identity.
Nakahara's work is known for its realistic characters and emotional storytelling. She has a gift for capturing the complex emotions of adolescence, and her stories often have a bittersweet quality that leaves readers feeling both uplifted and wistful.
In addition to her work as a manga artist, Nakahara has also written novels and screenplays. She is a graduate of the University of Tokyo, where she studied literature.
Nakahara is a talented artist and storyteller who has created a body of work that is both moving and
Hideaki Sorachi is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known for his work on the Gintama series, which has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump since 2003.
Sorachi was born in Tottori Prefecture, Japan, in 1976. He began his career as a manga artist in 1995, when he won the 50th Tezuka Award for his one-shot manga "Mō Hitotsu no Gintama". He made his professional debut in 1998 with the manga "Mahō Sensei Negima!", which was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1998 to 2002.
In 2003, Sorachi began serialization of Gintama, a comedy-action series set in an alternate Edo period where aliens have invaded and taken over Japan. Gintama has been a critical and commercial success, and has been adapted into several anime series, films, and video games.
Sorachi is known for his unique sense of humor, his sharp wit, and his ability to create memorable characters. He is also a prolific writer, and has produced over 500 chapters of Gintama to date.
Shuuzo Hori was born on January 1st, 1970 in Tokyo, Japan. He is a 5'10" tall, black haired, bespectacled man who works as a manga artist. He is best known for his work on the anime series "Inochi Kagayaku Toki".
Hori's interest in manga began at a young age, and he started drawing his own comics at the age of 10. He attended the Tokyo University of the Arts, where he studied manga and illustration. After graduating, he began working as a manga artist for various magazines.
In 1995, Hori's manga series "Inochi Kagayaku Toki" was serialized in the magazine "Weekly Shonen Jump". The series was a critical and commercial success, and it ran for 15 volumes. It was later adapted into an anime series, which aired from 1997 to 1998.
Hori has continued to work as a manga artist, and he has published several other series. He is also a popular illustrator, and his work has been featured in various magazines and books.
Hori is a talented artist and storyteller, and his work has
Hanada Shounen-shi is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Noriyuki Nakamura. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday from 1995 to 2003, with the chapters collected in 51 tankōbon volumes.
The story follows Hanada, a young boy who is cursed with the ability to see ghosts. He uses his ability to help people who are troubled by ghosts, and he also solves supernatural mysteries.
Hanada is a kind and compassionate boy who is always willing to help others. He is also very brave, and he is not afraid to face even the most dangerous ghosts.
One of the most interesting things about Hanada is his appearance. He has orange hair, and he wears two hair buns on the sides of his head. He also has melon face markings on his cheeks.
Hanada's appearance is often used for comedic effect, but it also serves to make him more memorable. He is a unique and interesting character, and he is sure to appeal to fans of anime and manga.
Nobuhiro MASHIRO is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known for his work on the manga series Bakuman., which he created with his friend and fellow manga artist, Tsugumi Ohba.
MASHIRO was born in 1977 in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. He began drawing manga at a young age, and he eventually decided to pursue a career as a manga artist. In 1995, he made his professional debut with the manga series "Ore wa Mada Honto no Kimi wo Shiritai".
MASHIRO's big break came in 2001, when he and Ohba created the manga series "Bakuman." The series was a huge success, and it helped to launch MASHIRO's career as a major manga artist.
MASHIRO has continued to create successful manga series, including "Death Note" and "All You Need Is Kill." He is also a co-founder of the manga magazine "Jump SQ."
MASHIRO is a talented manga artist with a unique style. His work is often praised for its humor, suspense, and action. He is one of the most popular manga artists in Japan, and his work has been
Bet Lynch (also Gilroy) is a fictional character from the British ITV soap opera Coronation Street. Portrayed by Julie Goodyear, she first appeared on screen in 1966 and became a Coronation Street icon.
Bet was initially a barmaid at the Rovers Return Inn, but later became the landlady. She is known for her glamorous appearance, which includes leopard print clothes and a beehive hairstyle. This iconic look inspired Freddie Mercury's drag character in the music video for "I Want To Break Free" by rock band Queen.
In 1995, Bet left Weatherfield after being unable to pay her debts. She returned in 2002, but left again after just two weeks due to exhaustion. She made a final appearance in 2003.
Fans have called for Julie Goodyear to return to Coronation Street one last time, so that Bet can finally make amends with Rita over their 1995 fall out.
Ken FERRARI Circuit no Ookami II: Modena no Ken is a Japanese anime television series produced by Studio Gallop and directed by Hiroyuki Kakudo. It is the sequel to the 1993 anime series Circuit no Ookami. The series aired on TV Tokyo from October 1, 1994 to March 25, 1995, and was later released on DVD by Bandai Visual.
The story follows Ken Mishima, a young man who dreams of becoming a Formula One driver. After graduating from high school, Ken moves to Italy to train with the Ferrari racing team. He quickly makes a name for himself as a talented driver, and soon finds himself competing against some of the best drivers in the world.
Ken faces many challenges on his journey to Formula One, including injuries, financial difficulties, and personal problems. However, he never gives up on his dream, and eventually achieves his goal of becoming a Formula One driver.
Circuit no Ookami II: Modena no Ken is a thrilling and inspiring story about a young man who follows his dream despite all the odds. The series is full of action, suspense, and drama, and it is sure to keep viewers entertained from start to finish.