Top Definition
Japanese word that means "transform". Used alot by old school japanese super heroes (an example of this would be "Kamen Rider"), and recently used as a catchphrase in the new capcom game, Viewtiful Joe.
(person transforms into japanese super hero)
by Anonymous October 26, 2003
A word used in japanese programs such as Kamen Rider, it means 'transform'. The protagonist would use this word and transform into a metal hero to defeat the enemy.
*grabs Kabuto Zectar and slides it into belt* Henshin!
by MoonGazer July 06, 2006
Japanese for "transform." A popular catch phrase used in Capcom's new game Viewtiful Joe. Used to activate V-Watch and transform into Viewtiful form (used by Captain Blue, Sylvia and Joe).
"Henshin-a-go-go, baby!"/"Henshin-a-bye-bye!"/"Henshin around!"
by Madam Luna January 01, 2004
Japanese for "transform". Capcom decided to use this word in their new game, Viewtiful Joe, but most people outside of japan don't understand what it means.
Hahaha, Henshin-a-go-go baby! Uh, What does henshin mean anyway? lol
by interwebmanx October 27, 2003
A word used to activate a V-watch and transform its owner into an unstoppable superhero.
"Henshin-a-go-go, baby!"
by J. Kyle October 11, 2003
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