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ken

/ken/ 1. Ken Thompson

2. A flaming user. This was originated by the Software Support group at Symbolics because the two greatest flamers in the user community were both named Ken.
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Following the tragic events at the university, Hiro discovers that a 'man in a kabuki mask' has been mass-manufacturing microbots and controlling them using a neural transmitter attached to his mask.
Aided by Tadashi's loyal friends GoGo (Jamie Chung), Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr), Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez) and Fred (TJ Miller), plus an upgraded Baymax, Hiro resolves to discover the truth about the deadly inferno.
Big Hero 6 is a rip-roaring teams old-fashioned family values the Walt Disney brand with cutting-edge computer technology - but the animators and script never lose sight of the central relationship of Hiro and Baymax, sketching that bond in exquisitely deft strokes.
Besides recounting the wars and tensions, Hiro also tells of the efforts made at various times between leaders of the two countries to resolve their dispute, including those aimed at achieving the same through the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation.
Hiro shows his new hugely powerful microbots and impresses smoothtalking tech boss Alistair Krei (Alan Tudyk) who wants to buy them.
After a campus fire tragedy, his whizz-kid brother Tadashi T (Daniel Henney) offers a homemade caring character called Baymax (Scott Adsit) to comfort Hiro.
A wonderfully exciting bit of Disney animated comedy/action adventure, Big Hero 6 is marvellously entertaining superhero fun and games (it is based on an obscure Marvel comic book), which has at its core the relationship between Hiro, a brilliant young boy inventor and a tubby inflatable robot named Baymax.
Its main plot is about Hiro Hamada, a 14-year-old robotics genius who lives in San Fransokyo.
we are introduced to teenager Hiro (come on Disney, Heroes already pulled off that pun years ago
At its core is the bond between a boy genius, Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter) and his robot Baymax (Scott Adsit), originally a medical droid created by his older brother, Tadashi (Daniel Henney).
The story plays out in San Fransokyo, a special bond developing between Baymax (voice of Scott Adsit), a plussized inflatable robot, and 14 year old science geek Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter).
Crafting a more kid-friendly version, Disney (which owns Marvel) has focused on one of the heroes, the aptly named Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter).