Ah! My Goddess: Bad Goddess is a FAN FILM video comic season made for the internet community, that is only available on YouTube and bootleg DVD, but has a listing on Internet Movie Database with an extensive Trivia Section explaining it. Over the years, as fans repeatedly questioned when Kodansha Ltd was going to get around to making a third season, Goddess-Project.net discussed the possibility of Fan Film episodes being made unprofessionally and under the radar as an experiment. One of their members, Kevin Neece, who was, at the time, interning at a Public Access Station in Austin, TX, got the idea to adapt his satirical fan fiction series, Bad Goddess, in the form of a fake studio pitch that was rejected for being too volatile and offensive, using screen captured stock animation off of the Ah! My Goddess DVDs. The practical joke is it looks like it was made by a disgruntled intern who was flipping off his bosses during his presentation on his way out the door. Eventually, after two years of work, a new series called Ah My Job Hunting Goddess was released in Kodansha Afternoon magazine and Kevin decided to cancel Bad Goddess as the new manga was getting all of the attention. Kevin then started pitching the series to every producer, director, and animator he could find on LinkedIn, including Funimation, Kodansha Ltd, and Tokyo Broadcasting Company. He still holds out hope that if he can get enough people in the industry to watch it, then there may be a way to get it produced. Currently, Kevin is waiting on his tax return to come in so that he can fix his laptop and proceed to add a text to speech voice cast to the fan film cartoons. The Intervention pilot film and Like Clockwork both have soundtracks now.
- 1 The Plot
- 2 Kevin from the Other Dimension
- 3 The Allegory
- 4 Minor Controversy
- 5 Marller Gets a Spinoff: The Dragon Eye Serial
- 6 Marller Gets a Spinoff: Like Clockwork Redux
- 7 Marller Gets a Spinoff: The Hellsing Peccadillo Extended Director's Cut
- 8 Bad Goddess: The Moral Dilemma
- 9 You're Under Arrest: Path of the Raven
- 10 She Liked It Spooky: The Drag/Burlesque Documentary
- 11 Bad Goddess: The Children's Hour
- 12 Bad Goddess: The Bone F---er Trilogy
- 13 Bad Goddess: Anniversary Special vs Love Bites
- 14 The Spiritual Curse of Bad Goddess
- 15 Marller Gets a Spinoff: A Certain Magical Pimpdex
- 16 The Missing Scenes from Pimpdex
- 17 Danny My Boy
- 18 The Lost Soul Music Video
- 19 Marller's Good Fortune
- 20 The Mokkurkalfi Theory
- 21 You're Under Arrest... Again
- 22 You're Under Arrest: Urd Your Wife is Calling
- 23 Marller Gets a Spinoff: Cowboy Bippity Bop
- 24 Bad Goddess: One Wish
- 25 Marller Gets a Spinoff: Sailor Moon vs Jigsaw
- 26 Bad Goddess: The Fate of a Nation
- 27 Bad Goddess: Death Note 2020 War Games
- 28 Kevin Neece's Film and Article Archives
- 29 The Mokkurkalfi Report Articles
- 30 Kevin Neece's FilmHub Account
The Plot[edit | edit source]
In order to not upset the AMG Internet Community, Kevin chronologically set the series to take place TWENTY YEARS AFTER the Niflheim Rebellion incident in the Oh My Goddess Manga, thereby freeing the Producers of Ah! My Goddess to finish adapting the rest of Kosuke Fujishima's stories. In Kevin's alternate universe, The Goddesses met Kosuke Fujishima after all of their adventures, and allowed him to adapt their stories into the manga, hence the anime convention fandom of Ah My Goddess now exists in Belldandy's universe, and the Goddesses could earn a living cosplaying as themselves. Immediately after the first pilot movie, things take a turn for the bizarre when Planet Earth is wiped out in a Nuclear Holocaust and the Nekomi Gang is relocated to another Planet that's been technologically upgraded like Blade Runner meets the Fifth Element. There, they befriend a Doctor Who impersonator that works on Public Access, photoshop cast as Charlie Day, Stephen Geoffreys, Sean Gunn, Lloyd Kaufman, and Jeffrey Combs. Doctor What doesn't fight the Daleks, or live up to the adventures of the BBC tv show, although he does have the ability to jump dimensions into other people's anime shows. The Villains of the Bad Goddess universe are a terrorist group called The Individual Me's (stolen from a 1964 Rod Serling Nuclear Holocaust film called Carol for Another Christmas, which features the ghosts of Past Present and Future).
Kevin from the Other Dimension[edit | edit source]
When Kevin wrote the Fan Fiction series, he didn't just want to make Ah My Goddess dirty and foul mouthed, he wanted to put extra layers into the stories to make it psychological, and allegorical, and possibly even cathartic. In the stories, the Goddesses become Self Aware that their show has been hijacked by a Blacklisted Bootlegger, and repeatedly criticize his bad writing decisions, often referring to him as Kevin from the Other Dimension, while secretly plotting on how to get their original creators back, aka Hiroaki Goda and Kosuke Fujishima. This was partly inspired by a Daffy Duck cartoon called Duck Amuck where Daffy breaks the fourth wall and starts arguing with the Animator. It was also intended to be a metaphor for how people constantly blame god for their bad life decisions.
The Allegory[edit | edit source]
Kevin also used the Ah My Goddess characters to create metaphorical "Brer Rabbit" stories about his life, particularly the incident where he tried to leak all of Alamo Drafthouse Theater's preshow material online, exposing them for ripping their material off the internet. Kevin's revenge tactics fell flat on his face, as the theater didn't care one way or the other, but eventually he realized he may have accidentally saved theatrical material for future film collectors that would've otherwise been thrown away, and finally came to terms that his Blacklisting was his own fault and perhaps it was time to let things go and move on with his life. Kevin's point with these stories, was that, no matter how hopeless your life looks, perhaps there is still light left at the end of the tunnel. The Keys of Marinus also features a climax where the characters represent the Angels of Judgment telling the story of his life to decide if he should be sent to hell for committing suicide. This scene was created in reference to Kevin's Nephew, Dylan Guitierrez taking his own life, so that he could put a memorial for him in the film.
Minor Controversy[edit | edit source]
While Kevin's attempt to create a new Ah My Goddess universe was admirable, and features the same sentimentality and passion as the original anime series, the show features a sense of humor similar to South Park, and would earn itself a Hard R-Rating due to Foul Language and Adult Subject Matter. Because Kevin made the show without permission from Kodansha from stolen internet materials, it can never be released on dvd through a distributor. Kevin was called out by a French Photographer as a Thief for using some of her models for the Three Norns off of what he thought was a Desktop Background that had already been downloaded a thousand times over. In his attempts to get a critical response from the Ah My Goddess Voice Cast Members, none of them responded, and whenever he attempted to post the videos in anime Facebook groups, or send them to anime film reviewers, they removed the links, referring to the show as illegal. Eventually, Kevin had to acknowledge this and make fun of it in his own show to explain to the Ah My Goddess community why it was having such a hard time finding an audience. Blame it on Brodsky talks about why the Voice Actors are afraid to comment on the cartoons because they are considered to be illegal, Bubblegum Shortage talks about why Kevin from the Other Dimension has to steal his animation artwork because he isn't an illustrator and the show is a mashup show paying tribute to all the past animation styles, and the ultimate final message of the show in The Mokkurkalfi Theory is that if anime fans continue to pirate their shows off of the internet instead of buying them on dvd/bluray or paying for streaming subscriptions, one day the only shows they are going to get are the bootleg shows made off of stock animation like Bad Goddess that cost nothing to make. Ironically, when Kevin started sending the cartoons to people in the actual film and animation industry, a majority of them had no problem as they themselves engaged in fan artwork and fan films.
Marller Gets a Spinoff: The Dragon Eye Serial[edit | edit source]
About one year after completing the adaptation of almost the entire fan fiction series, Kevin lost his job off Public Access and decided to vent all of his anger by rebooting the series and making it about Mara Marller. This time, it would be different. Kevin tried to make most of the episodes crossovers with other Anime shows so that he could take the Bad Goddess formula and make fun of other tv series in SNL Sketch Format. The plot concerns Doctor What and Sayoko kidnapping Mara Marller and getting stranded in the Middle Ages, where they find Velsper the Demon Child (before he was turned into Belldandy's Housecat), and Keiichi Morisato's Twin Ancestor, Keiichi the Spineless. The Marller Gang does battle with a Medieval Warlock called The Dragon Eye, but just when they think they've won, The Dragon Eye uses the Tardis to unleash Thirteen Demons into the other Anime Universes that the Marller Gang now has to track down and bring to justice. The plot is a SPOOF PARODY of quest format cartoon shows like The Thirteen Ghosts of Scooby Doo or The Pirates of Dark Water, where the characters were on a quest to collect Thirteen Lost Treasures. Both of which were cancelled before they could reach a resolution. Some of the crossover characters include: Those Who Hunt Elves, Hellsing, eX-Driver, Ghost in the Shell, Najica Blitz Tactics, and Bio Booster Armour Guyver.
Marller Gets a Spinoff: Like Clockwork Redux[edit | edit source]
One of the unsung episodes of Marller gets a Spinoff was called Like Clockwork, that was originally intended to be a full length feature film. In the story, the Marller Gang gets stranded in Milos Forman's Hair, only to discover that it is a mashup world of all New York 1960s/1970s movies and musicals. Just as they get the parts to fix the Tardis, they are confronted by Alex the Droog from A Clockwork Orange who steals their means of escape, and the Marller Gang has to go searching through all of the hippie musical scenes to find him including: Midnight Cowboy, Butterflies are Free, The Monkees Head, Jack Nicholson's Psych Out, Sammy Davis Jr's Big Daddy scene in Sweet Charity, and Walter Hill's The Warriors. If they don't get the Tardis repaired by the end of the videotape, they will all disappear when the credits role. Kevin didn't get around to expanding his episode until after the end of the series, but chose to go with a gimmick where 95% of the movie was improvised one shot at a time without the existence of a written script.
Marller Gets a Spinoff: The Hellsing Peccadillo Extended Director's Cut[edit | edit source]
In 2020, Kevin Neece did a complete top to bottom remodel of The Hellsing Peccadillo improvising new dialogue, new jokes, extended scenes, a brand new scene in a cheap sex motel with a cameo by Andy Dick, and a TTS Voice Track. When the Marller Gang mistakes the vampire Alucard for one of the Thirteen Escaped Demons, their attempts to capture him leads to Alucard being unleashed into the Ah My Goddess universe. The Marller Gang does not understand that Alucard was an Anti-hero in his universe and only see him as a monster, fearing that he will go on a bunch of killing sprees, and everyone he kills will be blood on their hands. Adding to the dilemma, there is no logical practical way to kill Alucard, Doctor What must defeat him and trick him back onto the Tardis without resorting to violence. The film features a lot of joke references to Alucard's red trenchcoat outfit resembling "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego" and the sex humor dialogue runs the risk of getting slapped with an NC-17.
Bad Goddess: The Moral Dilemma[edit | edit source]
Shortly after completing Marller Gets a Spinoff, Kevin witnessed a girl from one of his youtube documentaries alleging on facebook that she had been sexually assaulted by a member of The New Movement Comedy Club, and that the owners of the venue did little to nothing about the situation, giving the accused "a good talking to" and then allowing him to continue intermixing with the other members. The girl alleged that he may have had other victims. Kevin immediately screencaptured her accusation and sent it to the local police who said that there was little to nothing they could do if no one would co-operate (including the girl herself). She immediately blocked Kevin on facebook, which kept him from getting the rest of the facts about the situation. Kevin was so upset that he vented all of his frustrations into a Bad Goddess PSA about Sexual Assault Awareness called The Moral Dilemma. He then tried to give it to the manager of The New Movement Comedy Club in person, without telling her what was on the dvd, and she was nervous to take it, stating that she had just resigned, implying something was deathly wrong. Kevin created a testimony video for the police trying to argue his case about why the issue should be looked into even though the girl refused to come forward. He then tried to give the video to the Police and the Local News. He was immediately chastised by all of his friends, out of fear that he accidentally involved them, and they caused him to second guess himself out of fear that he may have been wrong.
You're Under Arrest: Path of the Raven[edit | edit source]
He then got into an argument with a friend of his over facebook, and realized that she was a lead towards getting information about the incident to the police, and that she was telling more about herself and the incident in anger than she did when he asked her politely. Kevin repeatedly screencaptured their conversations, turning them into You're Under Arrest cartoon PSAs to further anger and upset her into helping him. In the cartoon, Kevin's dialogue was played by Officer Ken, and the girl's dialogue was played by Natsumi Tsujimoto, and Kevin's Note assessments were made by Miyuki Kobayakawa and the Chief. But the whole affair crashed and burned, falling victim to a case of Tragic Irony. The girl that Kevin was trying to get information from, was herself being accused of covering up Sexual Assault Allegations, only this time, there was a large body of evidence to suggest it was SLANDER. The accuser was upset over losing control over a facebook group and somehow convinced all of her friends to attack Kevin's lead with no evidence whatsoever. The Accuser's actions also affected Kevin as he had a documentary show called Saul Ravencraft's Vault of Horror that was almost cancelled when the Accuser called up the venue and threatened them to shut down all of the horror screenings, under the guise that she worked for SAFE and the local APD. As it turned out, SAFE had no records of any accusations ever being made against the accused.
She Liked It Spooky: The Drag/Burlesque Documentary[edit | edit source]
Kevin's You're Under Arrest cartoon conversations build up to Kevin taking a Documentary job recording a Memorial Drag/Burlesque show at an Austin TX venue called The Elysium. Kevin knew that a fight was going to break out, and while he couldn't catch it on camera at the risk of them destroying his camera, he was able to use his videos to create map of the surrounding areas and maintain a time frame of events and where people were to help the Police should they look into it. During the recording of the documentary, anything and everything went wrong. The lighting of the venue was too dark, and the noise was too loud. Ultimately, all of the wrong accidentally created a right, as all of Kevin's friends thought that the film was hilarious in a shot on vhs mom and pop video store kind of way. She Liked It Spooky strangely appeals to fans of the Z-Grade Horror Movies you would find while dumpster diving at Goodwill Thrift Stores.
Bad Goddess: The Children's Hour[edit | edit source]
Kevin's friends, that were mentioned in the You're Under Arrest: Path of the Raven cartoons were horrified, even though he had disguised them using You're Under Arrest cartoon characters to deliver their dialogue and only used first names to reference other people, and demanded he never release the episodes online out of fear that it would hurt their case against the SLANDERER. Kevin, agreed to never release the cartoons online to the general public, but felt that there was one last thing he could do to help. In response to witnessing his friends being attacked at the She Liked It Spooky Drag/Burlesque show, Kevin did a straight adaptation of William Wyler's The Children's Hour, straight off the dvd, with a message not to attack people on someone else's word when no evidence has been given. During this whole incident, Kevin, upon being put on the other side of things, realized that what he did with The Moral Dilemma was no better than what the Accuser did in her Slander attempts. The Irony of the entire incident had Kevin question whether the Slander attack was real, or if his friends were trying to teach him a lesson. Kevin's final conclusion in Path of the Raven was that the Slander Attack was real, The Goddesses of Fate were using IRONY and SERENDIPITY to teach Kevin the error of his ways, even though he had the best of intentions. Kevin's friends, upon seeing The Children's Hour adaptation, were satisfied, stating that the cartoon was funny, and that they appreciated his attempts to help them by video recording the Drag/Burlesque show to try and help their case. However, in the end, they still consider Kevin to be the villain in the whole affair for sticking his nose into somebody else's drama where it didn't belong.
Bad Goddess: The Bone F---er Trilogy[edit | edit source]
Since Kevin could not release the You're Under Arrest cartoons, as a consolation prize, he re-used the You're Under Arrest artwork for a series of three OVA cartoons: Date Night, A Few Bad Apples, and Bubblegum Shortage. Date Night was about the officers being called to catch a theater pirate called The Bone F---er, unaware that they were tipped off by Skuld, who was trying to get Keiichi busted for cheating on Belldandy with Peorth during a screening of Ken Russell's Crime of Passion. For revenge, Belldandy has Doctor What jump her into the movie so that Keiichi would be forced to watch her cheat on him during his date. After the incident, the YUA Officers actually DO catch the Theater Pirate, only to discover, to their horror, that he was connected to the death of several officers over a time period of ten years. Natsumi Tsujimoto demands Doctor What take her back in time to stop him, but Doctor What has second thoughts when she tells him they were all investigated for Corruption. After completing Natsumi's mission and stopping the serial killer, Urd, Natsumi, and Doctor What face the serious consequences of messing with the timeline when they return home only to find that the Oh My Goddess universe has been replaced by Bubblegum Crisis and eX-Driver. With the completion of these three stories, the Bad Goddess series reached it's 40th episode (45th if you count Path of the Raven)
Bad Goddess: Anniversary Special vs Love Bites[edit | edit source]
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: Back during the Marller Gets a Spinoff season, the Ah My Goddess Internet Community saw Kosuke Fujishima scandalized in the news for his marriage a second time when one of his girlfriends tried to sue him for palimony. Apparently, Fujishima had been married while seeing a second woman on the side for 15 years, and promised to marry her once his divorce was finalized. Instead, he married a well known cosplayer that was less than half his age and already pregnant with his child, implying that the marriage may have been a shotgun wedding. As Keiichi Morisato is loosely based on Kosuke Fujishima during his college days, and Fujishima was such a major part of the Goddesses lives, Kevin memorialized the affair in the Bad Goddess Anniversary Special by having Keiichi, Belldandy, and Peorth undergo a similar relationship dynamic. This was not intended to pass judgment on Fujishima, but to help lend an understanding to his plight and request that the fan community not pass judgment on him.
LOVES BITES: Kevin had his own suspicions about Fujishima's marriage, such as 1) They have Arranged Marriages in Japan and his first marriage may have been a marriage of convenience; and 2) The Extended Time of the Relationship, mainly 15 years, implies that Fujishima's wife was probably aware of the second woman and chose to let it go. A possible explanation might have been that it helped give Kosuke insight into a three way relationship needed to write the character dynamic between Keiichi, Belldandy, and Urd in the Oh My Goddess Manga. Kevin himself knew what it was like to be trapped in marriage of convenience, as his wife openly stated that she no longer loved him as a husband and simply considered themselves to be roommates raising a child and even consented to the possibility of him seeing other women. Kevin felt that being forced into this relationship dynamic would brand him as a major hypocrite after poking fun at Fujishima, and decided that he should practice what he preached: that nobody is allowed to escape the guillotine on Bad Goddess, not even himself. Kevin used Keiichi and Belldandy to make fun of and help explain his relationship problems and eventual separation to his daughter, helping her to understand that while all relationships come to an end, and are sometimes affected by the relationships of the parents, that one should not be afraid to engage in them. A Relationship is about the process of being in a relationship, NOT how it ends.
The Spiritual Curse of Bad Goddess[edit | edit source]
When Kevin originally wrote the Pilot Movie, he frequently found himself laughing so hard that he nearly choked to death and got intense headaches. Kevin got a bad feeling that while the cartoon Belldandy, Urd, and Skuld may be fictional, and the Norse Mythology Verdandi, Urdr, and Skolde may be abstracts, the forces of fate that inspired them may have been real and somewhat angry that he wrote a movie about Belldandy giving Keiichi Morisato a night of sex so intense that he dies of a heart attack and has to be rescued from Valhalla. When Kevin moved the series onward and made it about Doctor What, he would frequently get hit with bolts of inspirational dialogue that would come out of nowhere, but whenever he dragged out The Pilot Movie script, bad things would begin to happen in his life. Three months after writing the pilot movie, Kevin overstrained himself during a sex session with his first wife for the first time in their fifteen year marriage, where he felt like perhaps he had popped a blood vessel in his brain and was about to die, leaving him in agony for twenty minutes. Kevin also nearly choked to death during the writing of The Bad Goddess Who Fell to Earth because of all of Skuld's "Poledancing is an expressionistic art form" jokes. Bad Goddess also had an infamous time finding it's audience, appearing to be universally ignored at first because it was a fan film. It also seemed like throughout the development of the series, that Kevin kept getting hit with these weird coincidences that related back to either the show or norse mythology, for example, when he worked on public access, he was hired to make an ice hockey mixtape for a commercial. By pure coincidence, it turned out that the director of the commercial, BC Furtney, had also directed a movie with Stephen Geoffreys, whom Kevin had cast as Doctor What #2. Or when Kevin went to the Elysium to film the drag show, the building across the street had Valhalla written on it. Or his mother taking him to the Full Moon Barn Dance and the band that happened to be playing was from Norway. The freakiest one is a Wedding Anniversary Certificate sitting on his grandparents wall for a Norwegian Viking Cruise which is dated 9-6-1979, his ex-wife's birthday, as if they had always been pre-ordained to meet. At the doctor's office that Kevin visits to get his medication, one of the specialists' last name was Marler. Kevin frequently got hit with cases of bad luck whenever he stopped working on Ah My Goddess for too long to focus on his documentary films. Like getting scandalized off the station resulting in him making Marller Gets a Spinoff, or his car breaking down resulting in him making The Bone F--ker Trilogy. It's as if the "Goddesses of Fate" are telling him "You wanted to smoke that cigarette, now you have to smoke the whole pack". It openly states on paranormal websites that when one is a victim of demonic attachment, they will begin to notice strange coincidences in their life. Kevin showed the episode Misrepresentation of Our Gods Through the Media to one of his spiritualist tarot card reader friends from Zombie Life TV, who said he sensed the energy of a goddess emitting out of the video. Kevin accidentally invoked The Norns in that episode, and they took delight in him using his own twisted sense of humor to convey how they actually felt about the Ah My Goddess fanbase that wanted to believe they were the same as their anime counterparts. The Norns were watching his cartoons and manipulating Fate to Karmically react to the situations that Kevin wrote in the episodes. Kevin offered to shoot a movie with the spiritualist at a special maze park located behind a hospital, where the finale of the movie would have them invoke the Norns on camera. On the day before the shoot, Kevin set out to get some test shots but kept getting phone calls to turn around and do other things, which he shrugged off. When he finally got to his destination, his ex-wife called to tell him she was going to be having surgery where she would be put under anesthesia, coincidentally at that very same hospital that Kevin was going to shoot the movie. Kevin felt that the Norns were threatening him not to go through with the shoot or else his ex-wife wouldn't wake up from the surgery. The spiritualist was so freaked out that he called the whole thing off, but Kevin still has the test footage he shot at the park online. The closest comparable thing to what Kevin experienced is the System Force from the early episodes of the Ah My Goddess Anime Series, where freak acts of Fate would intervene whenever somebody tried to catch Belldandy using magic on camera. Immediately the next morning, Kevin received a last minute phone call to shoot a Lanier High School reunion video. When he arrived, halfway through the shoot, it dawned on him that the school mascots were the Vikings. The film ended up being pulled off the internet for a month due to creative differences.
Marller Gets a Spinoff: A Certain Magical Pimpdex[edit | edit source]
For the second season of Marller Gets a Spinoff, Kevin wanted to wrap up the Bad Goddess series with an extended serial that was a crossover with the anime series A Certain Magical Index/A Certain Scientific Railgun, and featured cameos from Angel Tales, Love Hina, Ah My Buddha, and Oh My Sex Goddess. The plot revolved around Eddie Griffin playing The Mad Doctor, who has brainwashed the entire cast of A Certain Magical Index into running their own prostitution ring using the Misaka Sister Clones. The Marller Gang interrupts the Mad Doctor's plans only to find that this was just ONE of his evil schemes. The Mad Doctor has just regenerated Jeffrey Combs Doctor What as director Spike Lee (voice acted by Jaleel White), and has unleashed The Blue Meanies from Yellow Submarine into Do The Right Thing in an experiment called The Gauntlet. The Mad Doctor is one of the Dragon Eye's Thirteen Escaped Demons, and intends to break up and send the Marller Gang into a movie hopping quest through a bunch of films featuring actors from Do The Right Thing to collect their souls. It is suggested within the story, that all of these anime universes are located on the hard drives of Funimation, not unlike Wreck It Ralph, and that the Thirteen Escaped Demons are in fact a computer virus sent to freeze the hard drives and shut down future film productions. The only way to shut down the program is for Spike Lee's Doctor What and the Marller Gang to find the souls of the lost actors, to open the gateway into Bed-Stuy, and fight off the Blue Meanies by getting everyone to Wake Up. Over three hours of material was created for this serial, but creation was stopped due to the death of Kevin Neece's father. Kevin wants the material to represent what he was able to make during the period between his father's death and his father's funeral in the documentary Danny My Boy.
The Missing Scenes from Pimpdex[edit | edit source]
Kevin had a number of ideas for where to take A Certain Magical Pimpdex that were never made.
- Danny Aiello Can't Stay in One Place - The Marller Gang visit New York to track down Danny Aiello. After visiting the video store from The Fisher King, they end up visiting Grand Central Park where they run into Mathew Broderick from the Godzilla remake. The Mad Doctor intervenes bringing in the real Godzilla, which steps on Bambi. Suddenly, a sniper starts shooting at Mathew Broderick. The Marller Gang investigate only to discover Jean Reno from The Professional, who takes them to meet Danny Aiello. Things appear to be going well when all of a sudden The Mad Doctor sends Bruce Willis Hudson Hawk to interrupt things and run away with Danny Aiello singing Swinging on a Star. The Marller Gang try to catch Danny Aiello but suddenly he just can't seem to stay in one place for too long. The Marller Gang bump into Adam Sandler's Little Nicky who helps them chase Danny Aiello into the Basketball Game that Spike Lee refused to do a cameo role in back when Little Nicky was in production. Danny Aiello gets away again. The Marller Gang chase him to the Apollo theater and bump into Dave Chappelle who teaches Mara Marller the secret to delivering a Racist Joke that everyone can laugh at. Nightfall begins to take the city and the Marller Gang find themselves walking into Sidney Lumet's The Wiz, specifically the scenes with The Graffiti Kids, and the Subway. And as if that isn't enough, The Mad Doctor brings in Joe Spinell from Maniac. Things really go to hell, quite literally when the background changes to reveal everyone in Harvey Keitel's version of Hell where they are finally able to corner Danny Aiello. UPDATE: as of 6-15-19, these scenes have been completed for the Extended Editon.
- The Many Deaths of Samuel L Jackson - A short intro scene to the next episode. The Marller Gang repeatedly jump into Samuel L Jackson's movies looking for him, such as Jurassic Park, Deep Blue Sea, The Other Guys, and Snakes on a Plane, but the poor guy keeps dying or getting away. The Marller Gang admits defeat and go ahead into the world of Steve Oedekirk's Nothing to Lose.
- Enter The Conductor - Meanwhile on the Ah My Goddess PS2 Island, Sayoko, Keiichi the Spineless, and Mikoto Misaka run into Richard Dreyfuss's Trotter from Let It Ride, who now calls himself the Conductor, and his companion, Morgan Le Fay from Ah My Goddess: The Movie. As it turns out, they are on the Isle of Lost Trainwrecks. According to the conductor, every day, a train comes crashing through the living room of his house, and then the house repeatedly rebuilds itself like magic, as if nothing happened over and over again. The Conductor believes this to be a visual metaphor but for what he does not know. In order to escape the Island, the Gang has to ride a minecart down a track and avoid the trains that are coming right for them. Misaka is able to switch rails by railgunning coins to the track switchers. Just when they reach the end, Richard Dreyfuss double crosses them. As it turns out, The Conductor was also one of the Thirteen Escaped Demons, and a fight breaks out as the gang faces off against him and Morgan Le Fay. Richard Dreyfuss invokes the electricity gremlin from Gremlins 2: The New Batch, which he dubs The Speed Demon and sends it to Yggdrasil HQ. He then states that now they all know why he is called The Conductor... Mikoto Misaka responds that he's about to find out why she's called the Shock Princess of Academy City. The ending has yet to be developed and will probably be improvised.
- Nothing to Lose But Your Dignity - The Marller Gang arrives in the 1990s movie Nothing to Lose and hunts down Martin Lawrence and Giancarlo Esposito in a dark alley. As the argument breaks out over how to stop The Blue Meanies, The Mad Doctor intervenes and Tim Robbins finds himself accosted by Howard the Duck. Just when they capture the souls of Martin Lawrence and Giancarlo Esposito, the "other" Giancarlo from Monkeybone appears, everyone fades away and Mara Marller finds herself in Downtown from Monkeybone. Adding to the insanity, she finds herself surrounded by characters from the greatest self indulgent box office bombs of all time like Jake Gyllenhaal from Bubble Boy, Justin Timberlake from Southland Tales, Rick Wakeman from Lisztomania, Ray D Tutto from The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Dolph Lundgren from Masters of the Universe, Trustus from CB4: The Movie, Tom Hanks from The Ladykillers, and WALT DISNEY?!!! Everything goes to hell literally as Marller tries to escape only to enter the flaming hotel room from Barton Fink. Tom Hanks reveals himself to be the Djinn from Wishmaster in disguise. Marller tries to weasel her way out of it by thinking of the dumbest wish she can think of... "I wish the Wachowski Brothers got a Sex Change"... then she wishes for all of her friends back... her final wish is for John Turturro from Barton Fink to appear, after which she gathers his soul. The Marller Gang escape on the Tardis.
- The Return of Undercover Brother - The Marller Gang decide to get even with The Mad Doctor by attempting to kidnap Eddie Griffin's Undercover Brother. They are all caught completely off guard when they find that Undercover Brother is assigned to investigate a Mexican Gay Pride Parade to help protect his local Black Brothers and Sisters in the LGBT Community from being lashed out at by prejudiced attackers on their way home after the parade. It's also suspected that ICE Immigration might be performing a raid on the ceremony. Just when the shit hits the fan, Undercover Brother and Mara Marller don disguises that look like Danny Trejo and Cheech Marin so they can infiltrate one of the detention camps to see what's REALLY going on. During the madness, Spike Lee's Doctor What finds himself separated from the gang when he finds himself wandering around the set of Eddie Murphy's The PJs, which was famously dissed by Spike Lee, only to be confronted by Thurgood Stubbs. Meanwhile, in the detention camp, Undercover Brother discovers that Chris Kattan's Mr Feather is behind the whole operation, and outside of the deplorable conditions, the final stage of deportation is every one is taken into a secret room that looks like the Another Brick in the Wall scene from Pink Floyd's The Wall, where mexican children go into a giant meat grinder and are turned into hamburger meat. Mr Feather reveals that the meat is sold to McDonalds, and the testing phase was when Donald Trump served the tainted McDonalds food to a football team in his infamous publicity stunt. As the Brotherhood is listening in at headquarters, Smart Brother's response is, "Oh My Goddess!! Those Poor Gay Mexicans!!" and Conspiracy Brother's response is, "I knew it!! I knew it!! This proves my theory that McDonalds has secretly been a Taco Bell all along!!" Undercover Brother and Mara Marller escape and bump into Doctor What where they are given two choices to escape: they can go through the world of Django Unchained, or they can go through the world of The Hateful Eight. Those are the only two ways out. Doctor What chooses The Hateful Eight as he will never ever support Django Unchained, and ends up interrupting the scene where Kurt Russell smashes the guitar and is just about to drink the poisoned coffee. Samuel L Jackson immediately points out that it must be an End of the World Scenario because this is the only way Spike Lee would ever set foot onto the set of The Hateful Eight. Doctor What captures the soul of Samuel L Jackson. Just as they escape to the Tardis outside in the outhouse... Mr Feather is waiting for them, and plans to steal the Tardis so he can travel back in time and prevent Abraham Lincoln from freeing the slaves. A fight breaks out, and Undercover Brother tackles Mr Feather, dropping them both out of the Tardis as it takes off. Mara Marller bids Undercover Brother a farewell from the Tardis as they head out to their next adventure.
- With Extreme Prejudice - Welsper and Kuroko return to Love Hina to open the gateway, and Naru reveals herself to be an exo-skeleton from The Terminator. Ryuk and Little Nicky open the Demonic Gateway, and Welsper and Kuroko escape via a Rocket going 88 mph... only to discover that the Gateway has brought them out of the Gauntlet and into Yggdrasil HQ where they find Peorth.
- The Robert Townsend Rap - The Marller Gang arrives in Robin Harris's Bebe's Kids, only to find that the three stars are bored with their movie and wish to guest cameo on The Boondocks. The Mad Doctor intervenes and changes the setting to Robert Townsend's Meteor Man where Bebe's Kids get harassed by the Golden Lords. Suddenly Meteor Man, Damon Wayan's Blankman, and Sam Raimi's Darkman show up. Except Darkman doesn't really count as a black superhero, and dons a face mask played by Lakeith Stanfield from Sorry to Bother You. Mara Marller finds herself being acosted by Bill Cosby who keeps trying to offer her a flask of alcohol that Marller suggest might be roofied. Robert Townsend engages Bebe's Kids in a rap called "Whatever Happened to the Nice Guy" detailing a time period where Black Cinema was represented by only a small handful of directors including himself and Spike Lee. The Mad Doctor spoils the celebrations when he sends in a Gigantic Version of the Itsy Bitsy Spider from the cartoon short that preceeds Bebe's Kids and in the confusion, The Mad Doctor runs away with the Pimpdex causing the Marller Gang to panick and despair.
- Speed Demon - Not willing to give up, The Mad Doctor conjures up another one of the Thirteen Escaped Demons, the electricity demon from Gremlins 2: The New Batch which he dubs The Speed Demon, and sends it to Yggdrasil Central to sabotage things. Once again, The Mad Doctor has made a vital miscalculation. If the Speed Demon makes it all the way to the core of the system, the entire universe and reality itself will suffer a Nuclear Meltdown. Nobody can catch or stop The Speed Demon. The only one that can outrun it is Kuroko the Teleporter. Just as things fall into depair, Lloyd Kaufman's First Doctor What shows up and offers some advice. "How do you stop something that's Quick as the Devil and Faster than a Bolt of Lightning... Stand in its Way." As a last minute gesture before the Speed Demon reaches the final room, Lind conjures up an entire Hogan's Alley Shoot Em Up Carnival out of Thin Air to serve as an Obstacle Course to slow the Speed Demon down but there's just one problems, now they're trapped in the room with a monster that's loaded with a bunch of shotguns. Lloyd Kaufman's Doctor What tries to dodge his way around the Hogan's Alley Arcade in front of the Targets to avoid getting shot, and final tricks the demon into running into a wall which knocks them both out. The First Doctor What, thought to be dead, wakes up regenerated as John Waters Doctor What. But there's no time for celebrations. Ah My Goddess Flights of Fancy is about to be wiped out within the hour and Belldandy, Urd, and Skuld can do nothing but watch. John Waters Doctor What gives Welsper and Kuroko a Tardis ride back into the frozen world of A Certain Magical Index to warn the others.
- Wake Up - The Marller Gang meets back up with Welsper and Kuroko, plus Sayoko, Misaka, and Keiichi the Spineless in Academy City, which is still frozen, and Bebe's Kids are still with them, having stowed away on the Tardis. Welsper informs everyone that the Academy City isn't the only one to suffer a Frozen Hard Drive, it's happening all over the major anime studios, and they have less than an hour to shut down the Gauntlet before the Funimation Universe is completely wiped out. Nobody is coming to help them. They ARE the calvary. Spike Lee's Doctor What reveals that Mara Marller is the only one who can open the gateway into Bed-stuy as she has gathered almost all the souls of the Do the Right Thing Cast Members, all but one. As The Mad Doctor previously stated, Doctor What cannot enter Bed-stuy because he is the final soul needed to open the Rainbow Gate. Marller states that they cannot battle the Blue Meanies without him, they are completely outnumbered, to which Doctor What responds, "That's right. You can't fight the Blue Meanies. You don't have to either. Sometimes all you have to do is get everybody to WAKE UP." Doctor What's Soul is taken and the Rainbow Gate into Bed-stuy opens just as the Battle Begins. UPDATE: as of 6-15-19, these scenes have been completed for the Extended Editon.
- Surprise Boss Level - At the end of the fight with the Blue Meanies, Spike Lee's Mookie, Touma, and Marller corner The Mad Doctor who has arrived in a Power Lifter Suit from James Cameron's Aliens. The Mad Doctor pulls out the rug from everyone when the backgrounds change and they now have to battle him on the set of Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight, Snoop Dogg's Bones, and Tales from the Hood. The surprise twist ending is revealed when Mara Marller gets her magic license back, but she's not a demon. Mara Marller used the Tardis to travel back in time and study to get a 2nd Class Goddess license. In her own words, if you want to defeat the Blue Meanies, put down the f**king Beatles and pick up a f**king book. Mara Marller seals away The Mad Doctor, and just as The Gauntlet starts to self destruct, another Tardis arrives to take the Certain Magical Pimpdex Gang back to safety. But this Tardis is operated by The Mysterious Doctor Why aka Matty Rich. That's as far as the unmade scenes were developed. The serial is still wide open for development at a later date. UPDATE: as of 6-15-19, these scenes have been completed for the Extended Editon.
Danny My Boy[edit | edit source]
During the making of A Certain Magical Pimpdex, Kevin Neece's father died, surrounded by frightening coincidence. Kevin was working on a scene that took place on the tropical island from the Ah My Goddess PS2 video game when one hour later, his mother got the phone call that his father died of a heart attack while snorkeling out in the Bahamas. He was celebrating his retirement, and didn't even live to see his first retirement check. He also died on June 24th, the same day as Debbie Brand's first husband Freddie (who had also just returned from a trip to the Bahamas). Jim Neece also died on the day after the one year anniversary of Dylan Gutierrez's suicide, memorialized in The Keys of Marinus Serial. And the day after Jim Neece died, one of Angela Soto's aunts also died. When Kevin received a copy of Jim's handwritten will months later, it was dated June 24th, 2009. He wrote the will on the day he would die nine years later. Death seems to revolve around the three day time period of June 23rd-25th in Kevin and Angela's families. Kevin shot a documentary about the day of his father's funeral, and confesses in the opening about the Serendipity Curse that had been plaguing him during the entire Bad Goddess series, explaining why the series has to be cancelled. Shortly after shooting the documentary, Kevin recorded a conversation with Jim's second wife Nancy, revealing that he had worked for the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality, and was thinking about reporting his job to their superiors after he retired. The issue revolved around an 80 year old lost Factory in Galveston TX, that no longer exists, which had been dumping it's paper waste into the ocean, aka the San Jacinto Waste Pits, where it's sat for 80 years stagnant. If they attempt to move it, the clorax bleach used in the paper will mass dissolve into the water. Jim felt that there was no safe way to move it, and that it should be left alone. His bosses didn't listen. Currently the Dioxin that's being leaked into the ocean has contaminated the fish, and can give everyone Cancer. The nearby townsfolk once sued the city when floodwaters caused the Dioxin to spill over into the Drinking Water supply. BUT, the San Jacinto Waste Pits were left alone like Jim Neece wanted, the rising waters caused by Climate Change will eventually cause it to flood over anyways, thus the city is held in checkmate. Kevin thought he knew where Jim hid the work information, and reached out to the FBI and the EPA for months before finally finding the information on a hard drive labelled Dioxin. Working with the Austin Police Department, Kevin copied the information to nine external hard drives and mailed them out to the FBI, the EPA, the IPR, the Washington Post, CNN, and even the office of Barack Obama and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. In order to help bring everyone up to speed, Kevin wrote a short biopic about his life leading up to Jim Neece's death called The Story of a Blacklisted Bootlegger, which included his documentaries, cartoons, and Alamo Drafthouse preshows on the hard drive alongside Jim Neece's work files for reference and context. He then gave the tracking numbers to the APD so that they would know who had the hard drives. Kevin has yet to hear a response from anyone that he mailed the hard drives to, save for the Galveston Bay Foundation and the EPA, both of whom are included within the hard drive emails, and there is nothing that the APD can do about the situation themselves. It's entirely possible that Kevin may have accidentally mailed the hard drives into the hands of the very people that they incriminate. Whatever happens from this point on, it is now out of Kevin Neece's hands. But at least he granted Jim Neece's final wish.
The Lost Soul Music Video[edit | edit source]
In dealing with his grief over the death of his father, Kevin created a second scene on the PS2 Island where the AMG characters read a poem called The Lost Soul in memory of Jim Neece. Kevin used ZLTV's Brenda Dickerson as Jim's stand in during the cartoon short, which feels somewhat out of place in the Pimpdex storyline. Kevin intention was to create a moment similar to the Once There Was a Boy chapter in The Keys of Marinus.
Marller's Good Fortune[edit | edit source]
About a month before the death of Jim Neece, Kevin was chatting with director Josh Becker, whose father had recently passed away. Josh used the inheritance money to get his films off the ground. Kevin stated if something like that ever happened, he would probably use it for advertising his youtube videos. Kevin meant this statement hypothetically as the death of Jim Neece seemed a far off possibility at that point. Shortly afterwards, Kevin admitted to playing a game at Saul Ravencraft's Vault of Horror where everyone was passed out Good Fortune cards with a witchcraft symbol on them. How the game was played, was on two of the cards, you write down goals you are trying to achieve, and on two other cards, you write down the things that are hindering you. You tear the cards in half, put one piece to the side, then shuffle them really good. Finally, you play them out in a line and pick one card at random to see if it matches up with the discarded piece in your pocket. Whatever the two pieces are, is what's going to happen. Kevin wrote down that he wanted an internet audience for Bad Goddess, and that this was hindered by a lack of monetary resources for advertising, and an apathetic audience. Seeing Jim Neece die in serendipity connection with the show, combined with his email statement to Josh Becker, left Kevin with an overwhelming sense of guilt. This is called Karma. You never say something flippant in the manner that Kevin did because fate will twist it around on you and it'll end up being somebody you love. In order to put his paranoia and guilty conscience to rest, Kevin took the witchcraft symbol from Saul Ravencraft's show and subliminally hid it in a cartoon recreation of the Good Fortune trick. The test is simple. Will the cartoon create a psychological sense of paranoia in the viewer as it did Kevin?? Technically, after watching and engaging the cartoon, the first good thing that happens matching your "Goal" will be associated to the cartoon, and the first bad thing that happens will also be associated back to the cartoon. Did these things happen because of Witchcraft? Or are you just associating these things yourself by coincidence? Kevin got the inspiration to do this from such films as The Video Dead, 976-Evil, and Evilspeak… films that revolve around an obscure technological object being found that is a source of evil energy or witchcraft that sparks off the plot of a horror film. In this case, the horror is a sense of Serendipity not unlike the Final Destination films... and it's entirely in your head. It does not matter if you believe the witchcraft symbol is still there, or if it has been erased by the cartoon, because the point of the Good Fortune symbol is to draw your focus, and subliminally plant the event in your mind so that you associate it with the things that are going to happen. If one were to watch the cartoon, but not engage in it's orders, then theoretically, nothing would happen to the viewer. To quote Ringo Starr, "It's all in the mind." The cartoon also carries a very strong warning to all of it's viewers: Do not flippantly play with witchcraft. Nothing that the spell causes to happen is free. Everything comes with a price, whether you are aware of that price or not. If you ask for something too big and unreasonable, Fate might just decide to take the price out of your ass or your loved ones. Treat witchcraft with the same respect that you would treat a motor vehicle. When driven properly by someone who took the time to earn a license, a car is a valuable tool, but in the hands of an irresponsible person, it can also be a dangerous weapon. It's not the car that's dangerous, it's the person that uses it irresponsibly. And so is the moral of Marller's Good Fortune.
The Mokkurkalfi Theory[edit | edit source]
The Puppeteer Mokkurkalfi is first introduced in the Niflheim Rebellion storyline that ended the Oh My Goddess manga. Skuld meets her match when faced with a demon that appears to be the Yin to her Yang. They are alike, and at the same time total opposites. Skuld builds her machines out of love and feels that they are alive and filled with life, even if they are simply machines that are unaware. Mokkurkalfi builds machines out of apathy and pits them against one another to the death, believing them to be expendable. This confrontation is important as Mokkurkalfi walks away from the battle having learned something about love and humility from her encounter with Skuld. And it explains why Mara Marller believes she might secretly be Doctor What. And I emphasis the words "might be". Just remember kids, when Mokkurkalfi makes her cameo appearance, they are still in The Gauntlet, a virtual reality controlled by the Mad Doctor, who can create the illusions that people want to see. Mokkurkalfi does not appear to Marller until after she says her name out loud where The Mad Doctor can hear it, and then disappears right before Spike Lee's Doctor What returns. And her appearance at the end of the Mad Doctor Serial could also imply two different endings. Either she is Doctor What... or the Marller Gang is still trapped in The Gauntlet, even after defeating The Mad Doctor.
You're Under Arrest... Again[edit | edit source]
After the cancellation of Bad Goddess & Marller Gets a Spinoff, Kevin decided to turn his focus to a passion project idea that had been sitting in the back of his mind since Path of the Raven. When you watch Kosuke Fujishima's You're Under Arrest series, the credits read "This is a Work of Fiction, any similarities to people living or dead is coincidental". But, what if the stories WERE REAL. What if the YUA Character held discussions everyday about the police events that hit the local newspapers. Each story would be an improvised Police PSA skit ranging from five minutes to fifteen minutes. Kevin started out with a test animation adapting the first twenty five pages of the Austin Police Department Policy Manual, then he made eleven episodes, tackling subjects like Cody Wilson's 3D Printed Guns, the ICE Immigration/Nazi comparisons argument, a shocking pedophile epidemic, children's police training programs, a spoof of the tragic shooting of Botham Jean by Officer Amber Guyger, the story of Zachary Wester who planted drugs on over a hundred victims, and finally, the Tragedy Fire at Kyoto Animation. Kevin cancelled You're Under Arrest again because he strongly felt he crossed the line with the Kyoto Animation cartoon and that the idea of basing the show on real life worked more on paper than in execution as it was far too exploitive. The Spiritual Curse of Bad Goddess also crossed over into the You're Under Arrest cartoons as Kevin Neece noticed that Fate appeared to turn against the subject matters of the cartoons in real life surrounded by elements of Irony Serendipity and Coincidence. Defense Distributed Found Cody Wilson was shortly arrested for Sexual Assault about a month after his cartoon was made. The irony is he was let off on probation provided he cut all ties with his company and firearms in general which has nothing to do with the crime of sexual assault. Travis County has the worst track record when it comes to sexual assault convictions and the only reason they paid attention to this case was because it allowed them to sabotage Defense Distributed and their 3D Printed Guns that were Available for Free Download. This is what is known as "The Al Capone was Arrested for Tax Evasion Plan". The irony in Officer Amber Guyger's case was that she had been texting jokes about the shooting of black community leader Martin Luther King Jr shortly before walking into the wrong apartment and shooting another black community leader Botham Jean. Just like Skuld said in the cartoon, when Botham Jean's family tried to show Amber Guyger christian forgiveness after she was convicted, the entire internet that supported their cause turned on them. They didn't really care about the Jean Family's feelings, they just wanted to see a white police officer convicted for a shooting crime. If she had been given Life in Prison instead of Ten Years, then they would have complained that she should have gotten the Death Penalty. The Spell Backlash times three happened when the witness who stood up to testify against Amber Guyger, known as Joseph Brown, was shot down in a staged drug deal gone wrong which disturbingly feels like a theatrical setup by the Dallas PD as revenge for testifying against a Police Officer. When Kyoto Animation announced on the news that their building burned to the ground thanks to arsonist Shinji Aoba, they stated that all of their animation work was lost. After Kevin Neece ran the cartoon Kyoto Animation is Burning through the Norn Invocation process, Kyoto Animation announced that ONE server survived the fire and they were able to retrieve all of their animation work. The sacrifice being made in the Spell was Kevin Neece's future career. He knew that if he made a cartoon satirizing that arson death of thirty people, he would never have a chance to work in the anime industry ever again. Three more seasons of Bad Goddess were planned, but were called off due to the release of Ah My Job Hunting Goddess.
You're Under Arrest: Urd Your Wife is Calling[edit | edit source]
The undeveloped plotline goes as follows. Urd and Natsumi Tsujimoto decide to go through the process of getting married for real, so that Urd can collect her benefits, only to be given the run around by the Bokuto Police Station. When things are finally settled, Urd throws a bachelorette party only to get black out drunk and wakes up halfway across the country with Otaki and Tamiya and has one week to hitchhike home in time for the Wedding. While this misadventure is happening, Urd and Natsumi are conversing via their cell phones as Urd is trying to hide that something has gone very wrong, due to Natsumi accusing her of being irresponsible. Meanwhile, on Natsumi's side of things, an escaped master criminal/pick pocket named Bartleby Hisakawa has the city falling into panic, and Natsumi enlists the help of Lupin III to help track her down. The running joke is whenever Bartleby is confronted, her only response is "I'd prefer not to" and once she escapes, the common line is "Hey, that bitch stole my wallet". When Urd finally makes it home in time for the wedding, the ceremony is interrupted when Strikeman and Troubador show up in an attempt to stop the wedding only to get in a fight with each other. Strikeman removes his mask for the first time and begs Home Run Girl not to go through with it as he had secretly grown an affection for her over the years. Urd and Natsumi go through with the wedding and end it with a true kiss, and prepare to take the final test through the judgment gate. Urd goes into a state of shock when Natsumi doesn't pass the test and they are forever separated ending on a sad downbeat note. Urd goes home in tears only to discover Natsumi waiting for her with John Waters Doctor What, who has travelled back in time and warned Urd and Natsumi not to go through with the ceremony, thus reversing all of the events that happened. Doctor What's final word of advise, is that Marriage is just a sheet of paper for Government Records, and they do not need to be married to validate their love for one another. They can still enjoy each other's company and be happy with each other just the way they are.
Marller Gets a Spinoff: Cowboy Bippity Bop[edit | edit source]
Marller Gets a Spinoff Season Three would have kicked off with a Kevin Feige-esque action opening as the Marller Gang attempts to undo the damage that the Mad Doctor has done to the world of Cat Planet Cuties, Full Metal Panic, and RWBY. When they land in RWBY, they are in the middle of a Fighting Tournament and get into a shouting match with the RWBY kids about how their version of animation is the death of all anime. RWBY is extremely snotty about it all, like a real teenager, exclaiming that 2D animation sucks and her show is the future. After the adventure, Hagall decides to put a bounty on the Marller Gang's heads and enlists the services of Cowboy Bebop to hunt them down, gifting them with a tracker that will help them jump dimensions to follow the Tardis. The Marller Gang is chased through a bunch of sci fi movies like Silent Running, Message from Space, Star Crash, Flash Gordon, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, and Event Horizon. The affair is interrupted when the spaceship is taken hostage by a gang of space ravagers led by drag artist/rock star Christeene Vale. It is revealed that Christeene is another one of the Thirteen Escaped Demons. Finally everything comes to a climax as Christeene dumps both the Cowboy Bebop Gang and the Marller Gang onto an abandoned base under attack by the bugs from Starship Troopers. Spike Lee's Doctor What self sacrifices himself to save everyone, only to be regenerated as comedian Steve Martin. Immediately the first question out of his mouth is if he was left endowed with Spike Lee's dick. The Marller Gang and Cowboy Bebop Gang are rescued by the cast of Joss Whedon's Firefly. That's as far as the story outline was developed.
Bad Goddess: One Wish[edit | edit source]
When Robin Williams is put on trial in the Afterlife for the Crime of Suicide, Yggdrasil HQ’s court system goes into a panic. Robin Williams died before his time and every time an angelic soul gets sent to Hell it looks bad on everybody, especially when it’s a celebrity that spent his entire life giving everyone the gift of laughter. When the court grants Robin a delay of 24 hours to work on his appeal, Marlon Wayans and the Three Goddesses kidnap him and hide him out in the cinematic universe of Tim Burton’s Batman to buy him some more time leading to different confrontations with different versions of The Joker and a hell of a lot of jokes about Marlon Wayans almost being Robin the Boy Wonder. What follows is a bunch of Discussions ranging from all of the annoying shit the producers did to Robin Williams behind the scenes on Batman to memories about his life family and career building up to the ultimate horror: why the hell did the funniest man on earth kill himself, and is there still time to save his soul from damnation?
Marller Gets a Spinoff: Sailor Moon vs Jigsaw[edit | edit source]
The Marller Gang takes a break and tries to regroup after the last adventure, only to discover that they've wandered into the anime series Sailor Moon. Mara Marller is completely annoyed by Sailor Moon's antics until she reaches the breaking point and tries to misuse the Tardis to leave the Sailor Moon Gang stranded in The Saw Franchise Universe. Marller's plan backfires when she and Steve Martin's Doctor What get stranded with them, and now the two gangs must join forces if they are to survive Tobin Bell's Labyrinth. None of the main characters are actually tortured in this parody. It's more in the vein of a Spook House Black Comedy. The humor comes from the characters reactions to the victims around them. At one point Sailor Moon comes across the Girl with the Head Vice from the first Saw movie and thinks she's trying to play charades, completely oblivious as to what's going to happen to her. Suddenly, Tobin Bell reveals himself in person, and he's shockingly got a warm happy personality. The Jigsaw thing is just his day job. Behind the scenes, he's been working on re-inventing himself as a colorful musician that calls himself Disco Pop, and he wants to join the Sailor Moon universe because he needs some wonderful color in his life. All the colors of the rainbow. Unfortunately, no matter how hard Disco Pop tries, he just can't seem to be accepted in the Sailor Moon universe because he only knows how to do things like Jigsaw. Whether Kevin Neece returns to finish the final three seasons of Bad Goddess depends on whether it picks up an audience, and if Kodansha Ltd ever decides to acknowledge the shows existence.
Bad Goddess: The Fate of a Nation[edit | edit source]
Upon discovering a YouTube technical error that could result in the COPPA fines sweep bankrupting half of America, Kevin Neece releases an invocation cartoon onto the internet to turn fate against the FTC, only to realize due to human error, that once the cartoon went viral and was used in conjunction with a black witchcraft candle, Mara Marller's involvement in the spell could backfire times three killing everyone in the United States who uses it in retaliation against the FTC. In order to stop this from happening, Kevin must convince 500 members of US Congress and Senate to stop the COPPA sweep, but if he testifies, the spell backlash will kill both him and Skuld in the process. From an interdimensional standpoint. Kevin Neece is Doctor What - Doctor What is possessed by Mokkurkalfi - and Mokkurkalfi is Skuld's Doublet - the only solution is for a special guest star Doctor What to speak in his place. Terrance Zdunich from Repo The Genetic Opera cameo stars as Doctor What/Mokkurkalfi. This series of episodes is unique in the fact that they feel like they had a spiritual co-writer. As if the spirits that had been watching Bad Goddess wanted to write their very own special episode because they knew it was going before the entire US Government. One of the things that you can offer a spirit when performing a curse or a magic spell is publicity in the form of writing stories about them for a large audience, and this most certainly got them that publicity even if it wasn't announced on the news. Kevin Neece was able to get the message through to Congress due to a backdoor in their zip code verification wall by entering in their own home addresses. He still receives emails and phone calls from Congress to this day, but is unable to answer his phone as the Congressmen are not allowed to respond to those outside their district. The Mokkurkalfi Report Articles feel like a Staff Meeting Report being made for the Goddess HQ staff in Heaven, where the joke is Kevin Neece's co-writer angel is "blowing the whistle" on her superiors from the Afterlife in front of the entire US Congress because she knows they will believe it is all a work of fiction.
Bad Goddess: Death Note 2020 War Games[edit | edit source]
Halfway through the writing of The Fate of a Nation Satire Articles and Cartoons for US Congress, Kevin Neece becomes self aware that his writing skills have increased quite schizophrenically, leading him to realize that he may have gotten himself possessed when he burned the Quija Board. When he informs Juliet Cesario online, she blocks him, and Kevin Neece finds himself attacked by a demon inside his mind who spirit wife's him into a demonic sexual encounter. Kevin Neece checks himself into the Austin Oaks Psych Ward where he is diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder, but the incident appears to be a one time Psych Break. After he is released, the invisible spiritual force approaches him again one night revealing herself to be Ekatn, aka Hekate the Goddess of the Crossroads. Kevin goes through with the encounter of his own free will, and the spirit encourages him to keep a Death Note. When Kevin Neece decides to use the Death Note against the entire US Congress and Senate for failing its Citizens during COVID-19, he feels a strong attachment of love sent his way as a Thank You. The next morning, he wakes up and his mother invites him to a new oriental restaurant with her friend Bill. Kevin Neece is horrified as he hears voices in his head explaining to him that he is now possessed by Ryuk from Death Note, and eating out in a public restaurant comes with consequences such as the entire restaurant gets food poisoning. He is then told that he has been given the gift of knowing that it was his mother's last night on earth, and encouraged to spend the day with her walking through Botanical Garden. Kevin Neece flips out in the restaurant suspecting that Food Poisoning will end Debbie and Bill's Fate Contracts, but the voices don't stop. Kevin begs the spirits to save their lives in the mirror at home and the next morning... NOTHING HAPPENS, leaving him to believe he was crazy all along. Kevin goes to the Botanical Garden with Debbie, and comes home for the impeachment of Donald Trump. Debbie wishes that Mitch McConnell would drop dead right in front of Kevin and he goes into a trance, writing it into the death note. Mitch McConnell drops dead in the middle of the impeachment trials on live television. Kevin is then told by the voices again, that he is charged with writing five names in the book every day, and whenever he writes names that the spirits don't like, the spirits will write names in their Death Notes that Kevin is not going to like. Kevin sits down and begins writing names into the book of the God Hates Homosexuals Church and names of Police Officers who walked away from African American shooting crimes unpunished. As he does it he can feel this warm glowing hug of love all around him and African American voices thanking him for justice. When he reaches one old cop, he chooses old age based on the fact that his victim suffered from mental illness like Bipolar Disorder. He says he forgives the cop, but does his victim, the victim announces in Kevin's head that he does love and forgive the officer and that sometime mistakes can happen. Kevin finally reaches the employee list for the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality. "Father," he prays "Please forgive me for what I am about to do. I tried everything to get your case looked into. Everything. And nobody listened." Hekate: "No Kevin. I listened." Kevin "I don't know which of them are innocent... so I'm just going to let God sort them out." Kevin begins writing down the first five names. Suddenly a forces jumps into him and forces him to cross out the last name. It's the ghost of his father Jim Neece. He cannot see him, but he knows that he's there. Kevin Neece's hands have turned chalk white and he immediately rips the pages out of the book and throws them in the garbage. Kevin creates a Hekate Spell dvd for Protection and projects it into the mirror on a loop to protect all of his friends and family and the Austin Police Department, Kodansha, and Funimation. The spell was to reverse a curse, and a specific song list to protect themselves from Final Destination Attacks, due to the epic simulated Death Note attack that is about to go down on the US Government. Kevin Neece begs Hekate not to let him die a monster, to take his life instead.
Everything that you have read from this point was real due to Kevin's mental illness.
This is where the fantasy kicks in.
Everyone that was on Kevin Neece's list is horrified to find that they've gained the same ESP that Kevin Neece does... because the spell payment for their protection was THEIR CHILDREN. IT WAS THEIR CHILDREN. All of their children passed away in their sleep overnight. Kevin Neece rewatches the Hekate Spell dvd and listens very closely to the words "Come Hekate, Slayer of Babes, Rejoice with us in our Sacrifice." Kevin thought the spirit was real life counterpart of Belldandy and they married him to the Goddess that blood sacrifices children. When everyone at the APD and Funimation realize Kevin's actions were involved and that no court on earth would believe them, they set out to find him only to be derailed by the "System Force". As the entire United States Congress begins to drop dead on television, Zeus takes over the broadcast to reveal that while Belldandy Urd and Skuld were a work of mythology fiction, Hekate Greek Goddess of the Crossroads and the Fates from Greek Mythology are real, and due to Kevin's DVD experiments, Zeus has just been introduced to the movie War Games. All of the players showcased on the photographs of the dvd are players in the Zeus's game. All they have to do during the nationwide attack is reach Kevin Neece's House and undo the spell. Kevin runs to the bathroom mirror and is horrified to see that his reflection has changed to Ryuk from Death Note. He is now simultaneously the Villain who organized the attack, and the alternate personality who has tried to find the Funimation staff a way out to save their lives and their children who are being held in atheist purgatory. At the request of Zeus, while all of the Doctor What actors are involved, Doctor What himself in this round is played by three actors: Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, and Tony Todd. To be concluded...
All of this was the psychotic byproduct of Kevin Neece's imagination BEFORE he was introduced to Olanzapine. Once he was put on the right medication... all of the crazy ghost antics and writing stopped dead as a door nail and none of the horrible events actually happened. Kevin Neece was insane after all.
Kevin Neece's Film and Article Archives[edit | edit source]
Ah My Goddess: Bad Goddess The Anime Video Comic IMDbTV Video Server: External Link
The Filmography of Kevin Neece LinkedIn Index External Link
Kevin Neece's YouTube Channel: External Link
Kevin Neece's IMDb Resume and Trivia: External Link
Kevin Neece's Twitter Account: External Link
Kevin Neece's Instagram Account: External Link
Kevin Neece's Music Spotify Account: External Link
Ah My Goddess: Bad Goddess IMDb: External Link
A Certain Magical Pimpdex: Extended Edition IMDb External Link
Ah My Goddess Bad Goddess Facebook Page: External Link
The Story of a Blacklisted Bootlegger Autobiography Booksie: External Link
Ah My Goddess and the San Jacinto Waste Pits Peccadillo LinkedIn Article: External Link
Officer Amber Guyger and the Haunting of You're Under Arrest LinkedIn Article: External Link
The Night Juliet Cesario Blocked Me LinkedIn Article (aka The Succubus Incident): External Link
The Time Hekate Wrote Bad Goddess LinkedIn Article (aka the "Death Note" Incident): External Link
Piracy Etiquette When You're a Guerilla Filmmaker and Fan Film Artist LinkedIn Article: External Link
The Demon CD from Ah My Goddess LinkedIn Article (aka The ZOZO Experiment): External Link
The Future of Bad Goddess Looks Grim LinkedIn Article: External Link
The Bad Goddess Cheat Sheet Cliff Notes Trivia LinkedIn Article: External Link
Does Bad Goddess Exist If It's Not Produced By Kodansha LinkedIn Article: External Link
The Mokkurkalfi Report Articles[edit | edit source]
The Mokkurkalfi Reports are the articles I wrote when I was possessed by a succubus spirit, meaning that she was the one who really wrote them. When she first introduced herself, she said she was the inspirational basis for Belldandy, that she was my spirit wife, and they she wanted me to marry her and give her children. Afterwards she started using the name Ekatn, which is an alternate spelling for Hekate Greek Triple Goddess of the Crossroads. Only when I investigated into Hekate's cult following on facebook, all of them swore up and down that their Goddess does not engage in sexual relations with humans nor does she marry them. I was deceived by a Demon Succubus that was using Ekatn's name as a disguise. And then she possessed me and gave me mental health issues that sent me into the Austin Oaks Psych Ward. This is exactly why they tell you DO NOT BURN THE OUIJA BOARD.
Ethical and Unethical Solutions: A Morality Tale for the Gods Article External Link
The Illusion of Divison that Shields the Unification of Selfish Intentions Article External Link
The Damaging Consequences Between Pro Life and Pro Birth Article External Link
Death Note 2020 War Games A Further Explanation Article External Link
Kevin Neece's FilmHub Account[edit | edit source]
Kevin Neece was unable to distribute his movies via FilmHub because he does not have proper subtitle files for his documentary films which costs money that he doesn't have. BUT... FilmHub continues to host his movies with Screener Rooms where you can View them in High Quality.
Ah My Goddess: Bad Goddess (DUB) The TTS Voice Track (2020): External Link
Pray for Death: A John Carpenter Tribute at Leona Galley (2017): External Link
Merry Killmas 2: Electric Boogaloo at 4th Tap Brewery Co-op (2017): External Link
Ah My Goddess: Marller Gets a Spinoff (DUB) The Dragon Eye Serial TTS Voice Track: External Link
Ah My Goddess: Marller Gets a Spinoff (DUB) Like Clockwork Redux TTS Voice Track: External Link
Ah My Goddess: Marller Gets a Spinoff (DUB) The Hellsing Peccadillo TTS Voice Track: External Link
The Magical World of Saul Ravencraft: The First Cut (2018): External Link
Saul Ravencraft's Vault of Horror Episode 1 Rosemary's Baby (2018): External Link
The Copa Kings at the Highball (2018): External Link
Brenda Dickerson Gets Down and Dirty at the Dirty Dog Bar (2018): External Link
Saul Ravencraft's Vault of Horror Episode 2 Tod Browning's Freaks (2018): External Link
Ask Carol at the Full Moon Barn Dance (2018 short film): External Link
Brenda Dickerson Scouts Pretties for You at Texas Mist (2018): External Link
Brenda Dickerson Meets Christeene at the Museum of Human Achievement (2018): External Link
The Gore Noir Seventh Anniversary Special (2018): External Link
A Certain Magical Pimpdex: Extended Edition (2019): External Link
Danny My Boy (2018): External Link
Road Stops: The Trip Home (2018): External Link
Brenda Fest at Texas Mist (2018): External Link
Punk Rock Groupies Give CHUMP a Blowie at Beerland Texas (2019): External Link
Mike SB's Run It Back (2019 music video): External Link
The Secret Life of Naomi Peterson (2019): External Link
Video Stores Still Exist: A Tour of I Luv Video (2019): External Link
The Gore Noir Eighth Anniversary Special (2019): External Link
Ah My Goddess: Bad Goddess (DUB) The Fate of a Nation TTS Voice Track: External Link
A Visit to Gruene Antique Company (2020): External Link
Rodriguez Gets a Spinoff: The Hellsing Peccadillo (DUB) The Divorce Allegory Cut (2020) External Link
A Tour of Alamo Drafthouse Locations in Austin TX Pre COVID-19 Shutdown (2020) External Link