A university student who said he was bent on suicide was arrested Saturday for overturning a highway bus and injuring 12 people onboard after seizing control of the steering wheel from the driver.
Yuki Kajita, a 22-year-old junior at Kagoshima University, allegedly grabbed the wheel of the bus, which was traveling from Osaka to Kagoshima, on the Sanyo Expressway in Hiroshima Prefecture late Friday, police said.
Are you in Japan and haven’t figured out your costume for Halloween, yet? How about Japanese Spider-Man — Emissary from Hell! — No Really! He has his own robot gundam mechanical thingy and is way cool! Super-Cool!!! Watch out Paro! Maybe they can work that robot gundam into the plot for Spider-Man 4!
Spider-Man (スパイダーマン, Supaidāman) is a Japanese tokusatsu series produced by Toei Company in 1978, based on Marvel’s superhero of the same name. This version of the famous web-slinging hero was part of a deal that Marvel made with Toei, namely that for a four-year period, Toei could use Marvel’s characters in any way they saw fit. So in 1978, a Spider-Man tokusatsu series was produced for Japanese television by Toei Company Ltd. While Spider-Man’s costume was certainly based on the original, the storyline had nothing to do with the Marvel character.