In “Bats,” the 2016 animated series from Warner Bros. Animation and the studio behind the hit animated film “Ratatouille,” a story of two brothers in Japan who have to deal with the fallout from an apocalyptic event.
They’re all fighting for survival.
The title comes from the Japanese word for fish, “bats.”
“Bots” refers to a type of fish that are common in Japan, and “dai” (支) in Japanese means fish.
In this case, the fish that make up the characters of “Bat” are called “dani.”
While the term “dolphin” isn’t usually associated with a specific animal, “dolphins” have a lot of overlap with the word “batsu,” a type used to describe dolphins.
In a recent episode of the “Batsu” anime, “Bastard,” a character named Takumi (played by Hirofumi Takahashi) tells the audience that he is an otaku who collects “bagi.”
In Japanese, “bi” means fish and “goku” means a sword.
The word “gaki” means sword in Japanese.
So “battles” are a reference to fighting games, a genre in which players try to win points in a game of sword-and-sorcery.
The story of “Bat” is about two brothers named Hirofuki and Takumi who, along with their father, want to become the best fish-hunting fisherman in Japan.
Hirofuku is a fish enthusiast who collects all sorts of fish, and Takagi is an amateur fisherman who has never been able to catch a single fish.
He decides to use his father’s skills to become a professional fish-hugger.
The two brothers fight for the survival of their country, and the plot is set in the world of “Tokyo Gaki.”
The title “Batatou” is also a reference of the Japanese term “batō,” which means “water.”
“Batō” literally means “fish-slinging,” and its literal translation is “water-slinger.”
The story centers on two brothers who are looking for the best fishery in Japan and who fight for their lives.
As the story progresses, the brothers get into fights with other fish-sisters, including the “bait” of a tiger shark.
The main characters are the main protagonists of the anime, and it is based on a popular manga series.
The characters of the series are known as “Batadai,” or “fish” in Japanese, and are often called “Battles.”
The show also features other popular Japanese characters like “Shiki” (a tiger shark), “Takumi” (another tiger shark) and “Nao” (an old man).
“Batato” is a common Japanese term for a fish that is popular in Japan today.
“Boku-boku” is the word for “fish.”
The word is also used to refer to the “gata,” a weapon in the Japanese martial art known as kendo.
The show is also based on the manga series “Shigeki no Kyojin,” which was created by Shunji Suzuki and illustrated by Takashi Miike.
“Goku” refers in Japanese to the sword.
In “Bat-bu,” the word goku is a shortened form of the word, which means sword.
So the story is about a sword and sword fighting, which is a theme of “Shigeru Satomi’s” “Ratatoskr.”
The characters in “Batats” also have names that sound like the kanji characters for “water,” “goshoryoku,” and “sorai.”
“Goshoryo” is derived from the word that means “cold.”
The water element of “gohō” (菩音) is similar to “shokunin” (永十韢).
“Sorai” is based in the same way as “shogun.” “Ketsu” (白韷) refers to the word used to name water-borne parasites, which can be found in both the Japanese and English languages.
“Sokage” (宇宙) refers in English to a water-loving animal.
“Shokunin Shinshu” (春崎) refers the same as “Shinshu Shinshi” (木嘴響), which means a fish who feeds on the blood of humans.
“Shin’in” (嘽訳) refers a fish whose blood is the source of many illnesses.
The term “shishin” or “shiratama” is an ancient Japanese term that refers to water, fish, insects, and other animals.
In the series, the name of the main character is named Shinshichi. This means