Her disguises are so perfect that everyone assumes it is actually the person she is disguised as, except for the last time she is disguised as Naru, when Keitaro knows the whole time that it is really Kanako. This lent weight to an oft mentioned dig at the manga artist that many of his characters' faces look alike. In addition, to make up for differences in skeletal structure, she would, without any apparent pain, dislocate and rearrange her bones at the joint. Logically, of course, this doesn't make any kind of sense, but hey, at least they took body differences into account too Anyone capable of making Mutsumi look convincingly enough like Keitaro to pass muster in a Furo scene wearing only a Modesty Towel
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Creation and development Early concept art of Mario riding on a dinosaur-like animal Shigeru Miyamoto has stated in interviews that he wanted Mario to ride a horse after the completion of Super Mario Bros. The character of Yoshi was specifically created by Shigefumi Hino , a graphics designer, with the help of Takashi Tezuka. Since the initial design felt out of place, Tezuka redesigned him by making a rough sketch that then Hino polished. During the redesign, Tezuka tried making Yoshi related to turtles, with the saddle actually being his shell. In his earliest appearances, Yoshi is shown as having a long neck and back and small arms. In later games, like Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island and Mario Party, Yoshi is shorter and stouter, with longer arms and more human-like hands.
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Wilson, but unintentionally annoys him, as he regularly disrupts Mr. Wilson's attempts at a serene, quiet life. Dennis often interrupts Mr. Wilson's hobbies such as gardening, as well as coin and stamp collecting, at times accidentally damaging his property.
Size[ edit ] Though the first two seasons' opening credits of the original Flintstones series stated the town's population as only 2, people though it did swell to 30, in a dream sequence in the sixth-season episode entitled "Rip Van Flintstone" , Bedrock was generally presented as a medium-sized American city, with all the amenities of such, but with a "prehistoric" twist. For instance, sauropod dinosaurs were seen being used as cranes at the town's most well-known employer, "Slate Rock and Gravel" also known as "Rockhead and Quarry Cave Construction Company" in the series' earlier episodes. Features[ edit ] The climate of Bedrock is somewhat undetermined, since different Flintstones episodes and media have portrayed it differently. Palm trees and cycads are common yard trees, suggesting a warm climate. However, episodes and movies set at Christmas time depicted plenty of snow.