Dark Schneider Vs Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (Mech)
TTGL picks up the universe DS is in and throws it Far Far away.
" @ReiKai said:Does he have a range in teleportation? and in what method does he use to teleport?. Also, I don't see what keeps Darsh from porting inside and killing the entire castActually if he can actually teleport well then I would have to agree with this. "
" What manga is Darsh from? "Bastard!
" It's better than IT. Unlike some series there is no limit as to where he can teleport to and nothing pertaining to needing a necessary focus in order to Teleport to a specific location. He does a lot of teleporting mainly for shits'n giggles. When you think you killed him, he'll pop up behind you, laugh maniacally and then give you an ultima-noogie just to show how much of an idiot you are. And that was long before his major power ups. Never mind the fact that thanks to his Eternal Atoms he exists simultaneously on 3 planes of existence. The only reason he couldn't get out of Hell on his own was because the dimension was sealed by God. Abigail had to use the energy equivalent of the big bang via the air-ship, which could only be obtained for a fraction of a second before the spirit energy engine overloaded and destroyed itself, in order to break the seal for that one instant. And all that did was let out Lucifer's demon body. Darsh escaped later after awakening his part of the Judas Pain. Atfer that, he could cast spells instantly by thinking them. He no longer needed chants or anything else. Darsh was also thousands of times more powerful than he had been previously. Also, only part of Darsh was sent to Hell. His mind was separated and his physical body remained on Earth, his Soul had been cast in Hell and that wasn't enough to get rid of him. If you really need anything just look at the thread with him and Brolly. Darsh has shattered reality during his battles and he can recreate anyone from just memory, as he did with Michael's sister. "
Director David O Russel and Crew do the Hustle in a baroque comedic farce with some real humanity to it.