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Miss Dynamite XXII iraq

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Mar 12, 2007 | 11:17 AM EDT
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Author Comments

Raise your volume. Who's your Baghdaddy? is episode 22 of Miss Dynamite. It is the continuation of episode 21, where Eva tried to join Al Qaeda but failed because she smacked one of the Pu Sisters in the face. This episode features Rina-Chan (formerly known as Kagome) as Eva; Mizura as Blackie, Pu Tang and Pu Nani; and Tomamoto as Moqtada al-Sadr and all the other male characters. As with the previous episode, this is limited-animation old school Miss Dynamite. Some of the combat sound effects are genuine firefight recordings by Canadian troops in Afghanistan (you can even hear a Taliban RPG at some point).



Rated 3 / 5 stars

A step back from your previous movie...

This movie's animation was pretty lazy compared to the previous movie. Especially when Blackie attacks the guy in the crowd. The voices are getting better though.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

to the person below...

the easter egg is pu tang's boob.

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Sirkowski responds:

He's lying!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Well drawn, but in bad taste.

I know all things should be open to parody and discussion, but I can't help feeling agitated by this and the other Ms. Dynamite Iraq episodes. Perhaps it's just a 'too soon' sort of issue, but it's difficult for me to find humor in this terrible war.
Perhaps you could explain why I should be amused, because the boob jokes and random violence doesn't really do it for me anymore.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty Nice

I thought Effort was put into it. Alwasy a good thing.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Nothing really great here; It's the same old song and dance you get with any other entry of this series: Awesome artwork, decent animation, good voice-overs, and a liberal agenda. I see that a few people think that the so-called "comedy" elements should be removed, and I'm inclined to agree. Stick to action and fan-service, because it's all this series is good for.

Sirkowski responds:

Reality seems to have a liberal bias. lol