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Ken Spears, Scooby-Doo co-creator and Ruby-Spears co-founder dead at 82 Anonymous 11/10/2020 (Tue) 03:54:21 No. 7149 [Reply]
https://archive.vn/a7qGW Ken Spears, co-creator of Scooby-Doo and co-founder of Ruby-Spears, died Friday. The other half of these duos, Joe Ruby, died earlier this year in August. f
Jinkies, jeepers, zoinks, ruh-roh and traps. In all seriousness though, it's a damn shame to lose both of them in the same year. 82 is a good age to go, he lived a full life, but we're left the poorer over his loss. May he be remembered and celebrated for a long time to come.
Rest in Peace. Scooby-Doo is a fixture. Even the really corny episodes are always entertaining. Thanks for the memories, Ken!
His spirit will live on for decades to come. Until eventually we realize that spirit was just an old man in a mask.

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DC Universe: Decisions Storytime Anonymous 11/03/2020 (Tue) 15:09:09 No. 7021 [Reply]
Today's the day, anons. Election day, for the US at least. And to celebrate the impending dumpster fire that will be the aftermath, I'm gonna dump a nice little comic series I enjoy that's all about this turbulent time of year- DC Universe: Decisions.
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>>7043 When was the tipping point, 2008?
>>7045 Personally, I would say so, but you can take my opinion with a grain of salt because I was in my early twenties back then, so I probably don't have as thorough a grasp on what the state of politics was before that point.
>>7045 Politics is downstream from culture. Culture has just been falling off of steeper and steeper cliffs, with notable cliffs being in 2007 and 2011. Of course, there have been other cliffs since, this year being one of them, and there have been many before. "Tipping point" depends on where it became too steep for you to personally tolerate. But then once it tips past that point, you can see all the previous tipping points that you tolerated, and now realize that you should not have tolerated them. I tolerated 2007, and I regret it every day. 2011 was my tipping point. But of course now I can see it going back many decades.

RIP Tony Eastman Anonymous 11/05/2020 (Thu) 17:35:00 No. 7048 [Reply]
Didn't see a thread. >An industry artist since the 1970s, Eastman enjoyed a prolific career working in series and commercials. At various times, he was an animator, storyboard artist, and director >He was the director of the pilot for Nickelodeon’s Doug (pictured at top) and went on to become the supervising director of the show’s first season. Other series he worked on include Codename: Kids Next Door, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Daria, Beavis and Butt-head, Sheep in the Big City, and Kablam! https://archive.md/fyhnL

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Underburbs Storytime Anonymous 08/26/2020 (Wed) 19:17:58 No. 4457 [Reply] [Last]
Haven't seen any rips of this available to the general public so I'm gonna go ahead and share mine. Support the original if you've got the cash, I guess: https://indyplanet.com/underburbs-vol-1
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>>4457 Thanks for storytiming this OP
>>4754 Is it entirely impossible to think that one girl might like another girl without them being lesbians? I know that's the trend in media anymore, but seriously, are you gay for all of your friends? >>4457 Appreciate the storytiming. Any more planned for the future?
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>>4721 >114.png Wait a second, are some pages missing? Anyways I drew this during Halloween.

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Anonymous 08/28/2020 (Fri) 04:58:38 No. 4531 [Reply] [Last]
It's Halloween, how did your decorations come out, /co/?
Edited last time by Frank on 10/31/2020 (Sat) 14:53:24.
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>>6802 A lot of Anons aren't either because they just don't know or just given up.
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>>6804 Yeah. That's true.
>>6378 I don't see Severed ties on that list. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oktf7V-HLyE

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Over the Moon - Glen Keane's Directorial Debut Anonymous 10/31/2020 (Sat) 01:55:46 No. 6883 [Reply]
It's full moon today, so here's a CGI film from Pearl Studio involving Chinks and the Moon goddess. Also, it's a musical, and of course published by those Netfux™. What did you think of Keane's first directed film?
The traditional animated sequence are nice (and I should make cuts), but the rest looks like Disney and Illumination had a bastard child (it tries to appeal both the musical crowd and very young children). The moon city and citizens are bland as fuck like those animated shorts that they put on TV in the markets as Demo. Something weird is that the MC is ugly, but like deliverately ugly it's not like they could have make her cute because the rest female characters are quite pretty even the ones that just are background characters for a couple of seconds.

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Anonymous 07/16/2020 (Thu) 17:24:54 No. 2949 [Reply]
>Usagi Yojimbo finally getting a show Neat, I wonder who's makin- >It's on Neflix and it's CGI https://archive.is/XNIc2
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>>4409 >>4405 I agree, more people should read it, but you really could be less of a wapanese faggot about it, less rude about it; more people might listen to you. Did you even read Usagi Yojimbo? Besides that, it's not like samurai stories began with Lone Wolf and Cub.
>>2949 I can see the CGI working if they used they style they did in that crossover with the Ninja Turtles.
What would you expect?

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Mysterius the Unfathomable Storytime Anonymous 10/23/2020 (Fri) 02:10:09 No. 6445 [Reply]
A light-hearted comic about a cynical wizard and his new assistant. They begin working on a few odd cases that end up tied to a bigger plot. It’s a pretty entertaining series with its own little mythology. Tonally, it’s a middle ground between Constantine, Doctor Who, and Witch Doctor. I read this comic back when it came out but lost my copies and forgot what it was called. I managed to find it few weeks ago, just in time for Halloween. Download links: https://volafile.org/r/co https://mega.nz/folder/xOwmzCQS#TIpWZQxffywj-YapwU1OaA
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>obscure but good title >just the right length of storytime >good art >no ideological soapboxing >OP even proactively added download links This is a pretty good thread. I was expecting the critic to play a part in the villain's plan, if not him being the mastermind himself. Seems a strange choice to introduce the character only to reduce him to an inconsequential annoyance. The way that one magician also reacted to the idea of "a new Delfi" seemed to imply there's more to it than just being the Doctor's assistant. Smells like a dropped plot point.
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Bit confusing,but still an enjoyable read. Thanks OP,your tastes are impeccable and people like you make this board worth posting on. Is the last panel supposed to be a sequel hook or some short? I kinda got lost in the burning man cult and the mechanics of the magic
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>>6445 >middle ground between Constantine, Doctor Who, and Witch Doctor. Visually Mysterious reminds me a bit of Dylan Dog who let himself go. >>6478 It is pretty heavily implied that Mysterious needs to have a Delfi at his side to to reach full potential. He is far more lively in flashbacks than at the beginning of the comics. He becomes more lively and less apathetic over the course of the book, as he grows closer to his new Delfi.

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>Nolan's Batman movies done as MCU style films Anonymous 10/28/2020 (Wed) 00:15:54 No. 6709 [Reply]
>overdone humor thanks to Joss Whedon's writing style infection >even more diversity >The entire plot of capturing a Chinese business man to be investigated in the USA would be removed. And if anything, the Chinks would be shown as wise honorable race who are either flawless or spare no time dealing with corruption within. >The plot about a boat full of prisoners who need to choose whether to sink their own ship or a ship full of innocents would be replaced with a huge fight where the remote passes between the two sides, only for the hero to swoop in and make the choice not to press the button. >The gadget that uses the ability to track every person in Gotham would be shown as a really cool thing rather than a line Batman crosses (or at least not commit to it being a concern). >The Joker and/or Bane would become either a "quirky" antihero or be framed (especially from MSM soylords) as totally right in some way (and in a way that isn't "men need to be kept in check so they don't burn everything down/rape it all").
>>6709 Okay?
>The entire plot of capturing a Chinese business man to be investigated in the USA would be removed. And if anything, the Chinks would be shown as wise honorable race who are either flawless or spare no time dealing with corruption within. >The plot about a boat full of prisoners who need to choose whether to sink their own ship or a ship full of innocents would be replaced with a huge fight where the remote passes between the two sides, only for the hero to swoop in and make the choice not to press the button. Did no one else find it weird when watching TDK that the film is basically plot piece after plot piece action scene one after the other? Mind you Nolan does this basically all the time where he's really just an action film director pretending to be more especially with Tenet. Come to think of it you can really make the argument Nolan films are just MCU films with no humor or playful undertone.
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>>6740 >Nolan films are just MCU films with no humor or playful undertone.

So Gumball has been over for past a year now. Anonymous 10/26/2020 (Mon) 19:18:22 No. 6628 [Reply]
All in all, what do you make of the show? On my front, I maintain the show lost something as it transitioned away from "cute kids doing cute kid antics" and more into memes and Gumball being a shit (and not an adorable shit, just a shit).
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i want to fuck the entire family. except darwin hes a lil retard.
>>6741 But the big fat retard dad is fine?
>>6742 yeah. not my first option but yeah. i would richard too.

The Death of DC 5G Anonymous 05/16/2020 (Sat) 16:35:01 No. 953 [Reply] [Last]
With more and more books canceled it's looking like the pozzed filled reboot of DC is dying a quiet death. And all it took was the death of the comicbook industry to make people realize it was a bad idea. http://archive.md/81tv6
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>>6694 She would be far more interesting if her faith was more than a window dressing. Having Kamala's upbringing and religion be at odds with the greater American society and its values could be interesting. Making her go through a crisis of identity amplified by her shape-shifting powers could be interesting. Same for her religion, and having her possibly become someone who things that Islam should be reformed, apostate, agnostic, or even an atheist would make for an interesting character progression. Unfortunately, no one working at Marvel has enough ability to write something like that, and company itself has no balls to do it. Her religion and background have no bearing on her character besides being superficial traits to make her slightly different than other characters.
>>6179 Why does female Aquaman have *snikt* *bub* claws?
>>6705 Simply put Marvel & Kamala's writers can't step on any toes regarding religion especially. Probably why every pantheon technically exists but most of them are just aliens & even God is just a vague being disconnected from Christianity. >>6706 They're pieces of the trident.

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Star Trek: Lower Decks Anonymous 07/13/2020 (Mon) 21:27:10 No. 2843 [Reply] [Last]
The Trailer dropped yesterday. We knew this was going to be bad after STD and Discovery but nobody thought it would be this terrible. This is so low brow sci-fi comedy that it elevates Space Balls to Schindler's list levels. It was so bad that they had to disable dislikes and comments but somehow the thing is trending and almost has 1 million views. http://archive.vn/30uu0 (before dislikes comments turned off) http://archive.vn/imnpD (after dislikes and comments turned off)
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>>3847 >Bauhaus style = forced simplicity So you never picked up a pencil before or any art theory?
>>6364 >you are the ignorant one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuaGN45mLu0 Bauhaus style =forced simplicity + abstract form with no relationship to nature + Art history & solutions of past ages rejected ((("rejection of all traditional IDEAS"))) +no ornamentation+ focus on industrial mass production Bauhaus was the idea of "ART" & aesthetics that the globalist created in order to pimp soulless industrial products to the masses who were used to the idea of traditional art & aesthetics.To reject thousand years of art history & tradition , the solutions invented by artists of past ages , to remove the idea of beauty from nature & to place the idea of manufactured beauty onto machine made products is forced simplicity & ignorance pushed to max. Bauhaus & contemporary art claims to give more freedom to artists,freedom from conformity of tradition & history, to provide a medium to express individuality otherwise suppressed by common traditions passed down by previous generations & rules of art invented by artists of the past. You should ask yourself how does being ignorant of history & tradition give you freedom? How can the artist express his opinions,ideas & emotions without having the ability to communicate ? The rules of art & design invented by artists of the past past passed down through generations give artists the ability to communicate his opinions,ideas & emotions.Without this ability all that the artist produces becomes noise with some progressive rhetoric attached to it (rejecting tradition = progress) . This processes of passing down of knowledge through generations represents the natural evolution of art and design & the corruption or subversion of this process is destruction of knowledge. "A laid-back greybeard professor interrupted to inform me, What do you mean? All of us here draw very well. Words failed me At the end of the talk, I showed them how to do a basic walk, and as a result got mobbed at the exit, the kids pleading desperately for me to teach them more. I escaped, but I'm afraid that's what the situation is out there — a lack of any formal training and no one to pass on the 'knowledge'. You don't know what you don't know. I harangued the deans of the art schools for failing in their duty to provide proper skills to their students. Surprisingly, when I finished, the deans called an emergency meeting to which I was invited. 'Look Mr. Williams,' they said, 'you're right, but we have two problems. Number one: since classical drawing was rejected years ago, we have no trained teachers who can draw or teach conventional drawing as they never learned it themselves. And number two: our mostly rich students — on whom we count for our funding — don't want to learn to draw. They would rather decorate themselves as living works of art — and that's exactly what they do.''

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Blood of Zeus Anonymous 10/05/2020 (Mon) 19:54:27 No. 5756 [Reply]
From the same fuckers that animated the bastardization of Castlevania comes a Netflix original "anime" about greek myth. Looks like shit. The voice acting is eh. The editing for this fucking trailer is awful though. Absolutely amateur. There's no epic feeling to this. It's like they hired an intern to just slap together a trailer with anything they had. Reminds me of the terrible New 52 DC movies.
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>>5757 Netflix calls everything that has slightly japanese influence "anime", it's just a marketing thing at this point, normies seems to eat it.
>>5758 To be fair, the reason there's meaning in the word "anime" is because they have been doing quite similar character design for several decades with barely any changes and at a very high rate because production model. You can't say the same to any other national production, besides the canadians, but you get the idea.
Forget one: >The whole show will have a non-alpha male model of heroism where it's either some edgelord saving a world he holds in contempt or getting forced into it.

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South Park Thread Anonymous 09/06/2020 (Sun) 23:40:44 No. 4911 [Reply]
OH MY GOD, THEY KILLED KENNY EDITION Do you still watch South Park, anons? I sure do. What are some of your favorite episodes?
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>>4914 Early South Park was way better, before it increasingly just became a soapbox for their political opinions, where they frequently just forget to actually tell jokes.
New stuff? Here and there. Old stuff? occasionally. I think it peaked during the season where "Make Love, Not Warcraft" was in. It kind-of got way too formulaic at some point where they try to wrap all the stories up with a moral in the last 2 minutes. I think it broke the mold at some point but it went back to the old formula not long after. I think it should've ended a long time ago like the Simpsons, even if it does have some good episodes here and there past its prime. Better to be remembered for all the good stuff instead of being burdened by the all the bad ones.
>>4911 I love season 5-17 South Park. Those seasons aren't flawless and at times are quite shit but those seasons had the funniest jokes imo

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The worst retcons in all /co/ media Anonymous 10/19/2020 (Mon) 22:13:33 No. 6351 [Reply]
Comics, toons, web show doesn't matter. If it counts and has retcons that are bad list them. On my front I'll list just about all Legend of Korra did for spirits and their world. It turned spirits into more or less a cross between Mons and the forest dwellers from Princess Mononoke for a forced anti-segregation story while turning their world into somewhere you can go to for vacations. And it shows Bryke makes Far Eastern cultures to be way more deferential to spirits/gods than they actually were.
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>>6356 >There's that time Kevin Smith retconned that, during the famous scene in Batman: Year One when he crashes into Falcone's mansion for the first time, his first real big appearance as Batman, he actually peed his pants I thought you were kidding.
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>>6379 Don't feel bad. Frank Miller's Batman was already destroyed way before Kevin Smith came in. See every related book that's come out from the success of The Dark Knight Returns.
>>6379 You've got be fucking shitting me. Shit like this doesn't make him a better character, it's just too much information that ruins it. Am I supposed to know that he probably shat his pants involuntarily when Bane broke his spin?

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Reminder Iron Man is still the best MCU has. Anonymous 10/20/2020 (Tue) 01:22:27 No. 6357 [Reply]
>Iron Man has a nicely done arc of coming to terns with his company's sins and atoning for them among improving himself It was so nicely done they had to remake his character in the Avengers films to fit his chosen spot on the team and/or force conflict. Namely in Civil War for the latter.
I really like Ironman, but principally because I like the armor as a concept. Can't say if it's the best movie from Marvel because I haven't watched the others.
Pre Avengers Marvel films and the MCU post Avengers are two different things and no one can tell me otherwise.
It's weird knowing that Favreau shot the entire movie without a hard script, and it still managed to be so successful. Too bad Ike Perlmutter fucked Jon's intention to actually adapt Demon in a Bottle with the sequel.

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