The kids have found a mysterious toy store offering a free, new toy to every child. Kazama is suspicious, but is his suspicion warranted?
Here’s episode two! Two little notes follow afterwards.
- Nekko talks in a way that makes him sound like he’s Italian. I’ve added “a” in his lines to give him the stereotypical Italian accent. “It’sa me, Mario!”
- Action Mask sings the popular 80’s song “Love is Over.” It was originally sung by the Taiwanese singer Ōuyáng Fēifēi, but despite being Taiwanese, she sang the song in Japanese. It’s been covered a ton too, of course, and in multiple languages by artists like Koda Kumi (who did Shin-chan’s opening “Hey baby”) and even the American artist Andrew W.K.