remember when Spiderman beat the shit out of Fisk and told him any time their fights seemed close, it was because he was never trying? And that no human can ever match anyone with superpowers if they were serious? That's like implying Superman could kill Lex Luthor any time and he never stood a chance.
This is driving me crazy.
I don't know if it was a full series, movie, or OVA.
From what I remember, I think the plot involved a group of scientists that travel to the distant future or distant past, maybe even another planet but they ended up in some kind of savage jungle world. The picture they had used to advertise this anime did feature some kind of tentacle/vine shit going on, so it could very well have been some weird ecchi or hentai shit though.
It was featured in Wizard Magazine that sometimes featured anime. While I don't have the actual cover or actual number of the magazine I do remember an illustration featured in the Wizard magazine by Erik Larson (OP image is a recreation of it found on DeviantArt). It does not relate to the anime at all, but relates to the magazine the anime was featured in.
I know this is an anime, but it was featured in an american Wizard magazine and /a/ is fucking useless.
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