The following passage comes from page 138 of Proofiness: How You're Being Fooled By the Numbers by Charles Seife. The source is an anonymous statistician, the context is a discussion of disputed elections, and the formatting is my own.
Humans counting things: I don't care what the things are-- They're going to be off.
JAM Project is a Japanese supergroup teaming the likes of Kageyama Hironobu, Endoh Masaaki, and Okui Masami--think of it as J-Rock's equivalent of the Avengers: an elite task force of the poets laureate of HOT-BLOODED ANIME HEROISM!!!
YouTuber PuppetChaos puts the proposition that JAM Project can make anything awesome to the test: here's the 1976 educational short, "Congruent Triangles" by Bruce Cornwell, set to "The Guardian" (the second Shin Mazinger opening theme):
Of course, it could be argued that a man who annotates The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, writes the equivalent of The Junior Woodchucks' Guide to Victorian Genre Fiction, and celebrates things like Six-Gun Gorilla and Zeppelin Stories is bound to attract the sort of fandom he deserves (and no--I'm not the perpetrator.)