Boy meets girl---Boy meets airplane--Boy designs A6M5 Mitsubishi Zero Model 21 and Model 52--which swept the Pacific Theater at the start of the Second World War in the Japanese war of Conquest until the Grumman F-6 Hellcat blew the crap out the Zero. I wonderr if the sequel will show the other planes he designed for the Japanese military. Maybe the Germans will do a cute cartoon on Willi Messerschmidt or Ernst Heinkel.
I think I will skip this one and go watch an old episode of "Victory at Sea" and watch us shoot down the Zero.
I love Miyazaki films. I can't wait to see this.
Hey Ex-Arizonan, I fixed the image. Mix up on my part.
Okay...why is an article on Hayao Miyazaki accompanied by a completely unrelated picture of George Takei?
I really, really hope that someone was just asleep at the wheel and that the Weekly isn't delving into "they all look alike to me" territory. :P
Uhmmm no I'm sorry, Henry is handsome but not Christopher Reeve good looking. Christopher Reeve IS STILL BY FAR THE BEST LOOKING SUPERMAN THERE EVER WAS. Henry only had the body sure, but so did Reeve. In his time the men were not supposed to be super buffed but if you had Reeve now buffed up in that age and with his youth? Not even his toe nails can compare to Henry's face hahahah yes I'm a fan. I mean look, let's be real. God perfectly chiseled Reeve's nose, cheekbones and jaw that not even the great Michaelangelo can copy. That towering frame and , Oh my... I'm sorry, I can drown in those American blue eyes till the day I die...
Is it anything like Éire?
I give up. What's 'Eacute;ire' supposed to mean?
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