I've got a Japanese Night of the Werehog poster...

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  1. SonikkuForever

    SonikkuForever

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    I recently got this neat little poster/flyer for Night of the Werehog. It's called an Eiga Chirashi. They are placed in cinema lobbies in Japan to promote movie releases. (NotW was released as a short film in Japanese theaters for about 2 weeks). I know some of you know Japanese, so would anyone mind telling me what the Japanese text says? Thanks!

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  2. Overlord

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    Sonikku & Chip <kanji> no <kanji>

    a no sonikku no. ko wa ku te <kanji> shi I sho - to su to - ri <kanji>

    Beyond this point it gets too heavy for my crap Japanese. I hope this helps a little.
     
  3. SonikkuForever

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    It does, and I'm glad someone even tried to translate it. I still hope someone can translate the rest, I'd really be interested to know what's written on the back.
     
  4. Hivebrain

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    That's "Sonic & Chip: House of Horror" (恐怖の館).
     
  5. Sik

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    being an asshole =P
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