Every time I watched that, I always wondered why they didn't attack her while they are doing it.
I have come up with an awesome theory.
The reason why they never attacked her when she did that was because she was doing it so fast that they couldn't, the reason why they never dodged her attacks was because they were actually extremely fast, so time slowed down for her, and she has anti-vomit-power.
I'm actually beginning to wonder if it's a part of Japanese culture... like common courtesy to not attack when the opponents aren't ready? I say this since in most anime, they just stand around while people transform/charge/etc.
Haha, I saw the show when I was a kid. I saw all the flaws in this serires, and to see them revisited again in this video is priceless. After you(as the protagonist, ugh) say your random anti-villain bullshit, you transform, which is a lengthy process. While you're attempting to change into your clothes, your'e dancing around like an idiot in a pschadelic background, while your foe is checking the time, texting, or sleeping out of boredom. Then you barf because of motion sickness. By that time, your foe has already achieved the objective and you would be an epic fail. If I were the monster, I'd beat the shit out of her and say, "Enough of this bullshit! I'm not going to wait for you, so Imma kick ur ass." Like one guy said, it's transformations like these that leave us all dead and destroyed.
LMAO hilarious! Now wheres the rest of The Real Legend?!
lol the Real Legend isn't my cartoon
Har har har.... That was epic!