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Martin "LittleKuriboh" Billany is best known for popularizing the trend of abridging anime with Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series, the first comedy fandub to use "the abridged series" as a subtitle. In 2009, the Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged website became an official partner of

LittleKuriboh also helped with DragonBall Z Abridged. However, he was not considered an official member of Team Four Star until 2010, as the original synopses for the episodes refer to him as a special guest.

Voice Roles[]

  • Freeza
  • Sir Penwood
  • DBZA Narrator

Collaborations with TFS members[]

  • LittleKuriboh guest starred as Yami Yugi in the first episode of Vegeta3986 and MasakoX's Naruto: The Abridged Series.
  • LittleKuriboh worked with Megami33 by voicing the doctor in the Sailor Moon Abridged movie "Promise of the Lost Rose." Also, in the second season of SMA, he voices the Moonlight Knight.
  • LittleKuriboh voiced Walter in the pilot to Hellsing Ultimate Abridged, written by Takahata101 and KaiserNeko.
  • LittleKuriboh along with MasakoX did a crossover review with internet reviewer Nostalgia Critic on the movie "Dragonball Evolution". He also portrayed Vegeta in the live-action gag.

TFS References in YGO:TAS[]

  • Episode 40 guest-stars Takahata 101 as Ghost Nappa. At the very end of the episode, he plots to catch Mokuba in a Pokéball, which he previously plotted to do to Chiaotzu.
  • In episode 44, Ishizu comments that the YGO:TAS characters have become "nothing more than vessels for lame catchphrases," after which Tristan exclaims, "God damn it, Nappa!"
  • Episode 45 features cards of Angry Joe, Dr. Insano, Linkara and the nostalgia critic.
  • During Episode 46, the song that ended the first season of DBZ Abridged, "Ghost Nappa," plays at the duelists' party.
  • Goku appears in LK's April Fool 2010 video, "A Brand New Abridged Series!" LK even got MasakoX to voice him.
  • The end tag of Episode 47 features Tea trapped in ice, exclaiming, "I was frozen today!" in Christopher Lloyd's voice.
  • The conclusion of "Kaiba's Real Father" includes Freeza and Zarbon (the latter character voiced by KaiserNeko) and also designates Ghost Nappa as Mokuba's real father.
  • Episode 49 features four doors with symbols containing one star, two stars, three stars, and the TFS logo respectively.
  • Ghost Nappa appears as a court witness in Episode 50, but Takahata101 doesn't receive credit.
  • When Serenity opens a talking door in Episode 51, "Zuul, Motherfucker, Zuul!" plays, albeit slightly bleeped, and cut off.
  • In Episode 53, when Seto Kaiba is revealed to really be an android, Mokuba's father is revealed to be Ghost Nappa.