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Anonymous 06/09/2022 (Thu) 00:42:37 No. 26679 [Reply]
Why do they keep trying with the liveaction shit, nothing good ever came from their experiment back in 2009. https://archive.ph/4fuRg https://archive.ph/sYD3y
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>>26679 Because CN kikes wants money like Nickelodeon and Disney Channel are getting with their unfunny live-actions.
>>26695 A lot* FTFY
>>26700 kek, true

Joe Quesada Leaves Marvel After 22 Years Anonymous 06/01/2022 (Wed) 03:40:37 No. 26486 [Reply]
>Joe Quesada, former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief and current executive vice president and creative director of Marvel Entertainment, has announced he's leaving the company after 22 years. Good riddance, maybe this time Peter's marriage will stick this time. Who am I kidding it wont https://archive.ph/UePmi
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Good fucking riddance.
>>26768 See was that so hard.

Vidya Cartoons Anonymous 06/30/2020 (Tue) 21:02:49 No. 2354 [Reply] [Last]
Mega Hi! Cartoons based off of one or more video games or cartoons with a video game theme.
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>>26753 That would have been great for a trailer, but for a teaser, I would have gone with this, german dub and all.
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>>26754 DAMN YOU NETFLIX! Unless both the belmonts and dracula get R63'd, then I might be okay with it but judging how this animation studio handled He ma'am revelations, maybe not.
>>26766 Your better off looking for a hentai parody then.

80's Cartoons Anonymous 09/05/2020 (Sat) 03:43:30 No. 4807 [Reply]
What are you anons currently watching? I've been re-watching The Transformers, TMNT and The Real Ghostbusters.
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>>26728 On a related note, is there any difference between the different versions of Devastation?
Once in a grand while, I'll dig into my archives and try to suffer my way through shows I liked when I was 6 years old, but Kidd Video and ALF are kinda' rough most of the time. >>26729 None that I'm aware of, but I just have the PS3 version.
>>26729 I mean they're both mediocre.

Copyright gone Wild! Anonymous 05/31/2022 (Tue) 00:37:13 No. 26427 [Reply] [Last]
Hell I can't even remember another piece of media that was violated the moment it became free to use.
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>>26725 Isn't Adobe a thing where they don't care about individuals pirating because they know it results in people get skilled with Photoshop instead of the alternatives, which in turn forces companies to buy expensive corporate licenses for Adobe products?
>>26687 >Did you have access to the original product yourself at any point in time? <No, but- It's piracy. Nope. It's not robbing a ship. It's copying. If I look at someone else's ship and copy it board for board, why would they be mad? They still have their ship. They were not attacked by pirates. This is a ridiculous weasel word. >You acquired a copy of the item through illegitimate means, depriving the company of having earned any amount of money from the production of that specific product at any point in time. >illegitimate Says them and the governments they've lobbied to enforce their own corporate interests. If they had their way, then driving a car would be acquiring long distance travel through illegitimate means, depriving them of having earned any amount of money they could have gotten from selling me a horse and carriage instead. >No, but you are depriving them of a source of revenue as you're using an alternative means of transport. Hell, even choosing to use a railway is depriving the horse caretakers from the money they would have earned had the railway not existed, and vice versa. My point exactly. And you pretend this analogy doesn't work. And make no mistake, they did try to stop cars early on. Old tech always tries to stop new tech. >No, people are still buying CDs. And, cassette tapes. And, vinyl records. I fact, I still buy CDs because I like owning a physical copy of my digital goods. Some people do disagree, which is why iTunes and Spotify took off, but that's up to them. Okay, so you're not even trying to argue my point, and are arguing over my hyperbole of saying "nobody." You're in fact only helping my point, by pointing out that there is value in physical media, so they can make money by selling it. But they don't want it as much as before because much of its use is now obsolete. Other things can do some of the things these types of media used to do. So be it. But instead of rolling with the tides, they try to block the rise in technology. But even then you actually agree with my point by pointing to things like iTunes and Spotify. That's an example of them actually trying to move with the tech and find new ways of monetizing things. Good for them. Out compete the other ways people can do things, instead of lobbying the government to be the jackboot thugs of their corporate interests. >The Hell are you talking about?

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>>26741 >If I look at someone else's ship and copy it board for board, why would they be mad? Because you built a ship that belongs to their country, and they have every reason to destroy it and you to keep the details regarding all the ship's specifications a secret. Why do you think governments lose their minds whenever vehicles and weapon blueprint are leaked to anyone, even their own allies? >If they had their way, then driving a car would be acquiring long distance travel through illegitimate means, depriving them of having earned any amount of money they could have gotten from selling me a horse and carriage instead. They DID try that in the late 1800's when they blamed the railroads and steamships for the cause of inflation and the drop in agriculture prices that caused local businesses to compete on a national (Sometime international) level. And, they failed. >And you pretend this analogy doesn't work. It doesn't because you're not sneaking into the train depot or horse corral in the middle of the night, dissecting the locomotive/horse down to it's simplest components, cloning every single one of those components with exhaust from your ass, rebuilding both into identical twins, and no one being aware nor the wiser of what occurred. >But instead of rolling with the tides, they try to block the rise in technology. You keep repeating this, but you never state WHERE this is occurring, nor WHAT it is that you are referring to. >But even then you actually agree with my point by pointing to things like iTunes and Spotify. No, I'm not, I'm stating that people use different media for different reasons. For example, vinyl records have the clearest sounding recordings despite everything that has been accomplished with digital recordings. In fact, companies have actually returned to producing vinyls because of how many people prefer how they sound over digital media formats. >They lobbied the government to get copying made illegal THAT'S ALWAYS BEEN THE CASE! Since Copyright was first created in the 15th century, it's purpose was to limit who can and cannot make copies and derivatives of any and all works. Companies didn't do that. >The tech is there and we can copy things easily now, and so they paid the government to use physical force (police, etc.) on people who use the new tech that they don't want to adapt to. Please link for us what actual even you are talking about.

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Anonymous 03/29/2022 (Tue) 03:49:04 No. 24418 [Reply]
Haven't Chip and Dale suffered enough?
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>>26472 I'm 24 and watched Chip and dale growing up. It's not too common, but it's not exactly unheard of for younger people to be familiar with these kinds of shows. I recall most network's that broadcasted cartoons would usually have a secondary channel that broadcasted older shit. I was big into a lot Hanna Barbara shit growing up from boomerang.
>>26472 You never had Toon Disney?
>>24418 >Haven't Chip and Dale suffered enough? no, and so you haven't, now watch her turning a dike offscreen

/co/ Share Thread the Third Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 02:17:28 No. 20 [Reply] [Last]
ITT: share /co/ related material with other anons - cartoons, comics, etc. READ ME BEFORE ASKING FOR ANYTHING Due to the smaller userbase of comics compared to films and video games, torrents are usually less seeded, if they even exist. MEGA links will be primarily used as they are faster and reliable for the immediate future. https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/readme.txt https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/Cartoons https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/Comics https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/GraphicNovels https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/Movies https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/CheckBeforePosting https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/HowtoContribute https://gitgud.io/Anon/COST/raw/master/OP-CopyPasta Lots of comics and cartoons are available on sites like Kisscartoons.io and Readcomicsonline.com

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>>26464 >>26459 Speaking of archiving, do you guys know how to download entire websites? see, hispachan had an archived called hispafiles, it has several dozen of threads: https://hispafiles.ru/ac I'd like to download all the thread for archiving purposes, already tried using this sentence on wget: wget -mc -np https://hispafiles.ru/ac/ But only got a really big broken mess. Does anyone know how to do it or what am I doing wrong?
>>26494 I have two methods, neither of which is any good 1) If I just need a snapshot I just use an archive.org account, paste in the wayback machine the page I want to save and click on the outgoing links option too 2) Winhttrack from top level domain but it's a crapshoot if it downloads everything the way you want
>>20 Guys I need your help here. There used to be on Youtube a bunch of Xavier Renegade Angel commentary videos straight from what I must assume it was a promotional DVD or something, going into details about the shout outs, metaphors, jokes or sometimes being really fucking weird. Apparently they were all taken down and can't find them no more, so if anyone knew where else to grab 'em it'd be ral peachy.

Projects You're Working On Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 20:14:57 No. 186 [Reply] [Last]
Post your shit, get advice, talk about and possibly improve your own shitty OC creations. You gain nothing from posting here or you'll get a couple decent ideas, who knows but nothing will happen unless you're willing to leave your comfort zone. Previous Thread: https://archive.is/0RwC2
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>>26586 It's just animated GIF grafted onto PNG. By Mozilla.
>>26364 Inking is ironically less of a pain in the ass than using pencil, I think I might need to buy graphite sticks instead because I have found chalk unironically puts less stress on my hand.
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>>26364 >>26599 It heavily depends on the paper, ink and the pen. You can have a nice paper, but shitty ink that fucks your strokes or makes your pen grip too hard and wobble. Don't always blame yourself for that. Watercolour and inking are one of the few mediums there the tools greatly impact the work

Anonymous 06/05/2022 (Sun) 17:56:01 No. 26608 [Reply]
Which heroes would support the government taking away people's guns? Which villains would support taking away people's guns?
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>>26626 It's called Guardians, from 2017
This topic reminds me of a a DC Adventures (rebranded Mutants and Masterminds) character I did once. She was partial owner of an energy weapons company that specialized in mail order of small, portable, relatively cheap blasters most jurisdictions are totally blank on because they don't meet the definition of "firearm". Was convinced Gotham's Batman was a either a super villain or mercenary criminals sic on their rivals. After all, why else would he leave Bruce Wayne alone when that man's lobbying dollars are responsible for keeping the average Gothamite defenseless?
Honest answer? None. You are not heroic if you want a big government to create a "utopia" which perpetually "protects" everyone.

Peni parker Anonymous 12/31/2021 (Fri) 21:13:44 No. 21647 [Reply] [Last]
Peni Parker Anything
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Hello and goodbye from /ac/ Anonymous 06/01/2022 (Wed) 01:54:39 No. 26480 [Reply]
Greetings, we are a spanish speaking board for cartoons and comics called /ac/ but now that our site is closing, we come here to say goodbye. This pic is something that we have planed to do for xmass and new year, but we wont have time until that date. If you want to send a message to the anons in our board now is the time, in 2 hours it is going to close for ever.
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>>26483 We are moving to 8moe
Hola tal vez me quedé aquí si es que aparecen odiseas o algo parecido ,me gusta el fondo y el brilló no lastima los ojos,igual voy a ir de cuando en cuándo al chan alemán .Tienen una comadreja o algo parecido de mascota.
>>26501 >Hola tal vez me quedé aquí si es que aparecen odiseas Puedes preguntar en >>>/ac/14 a ver si alguien tiene planeada una odisea.

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Star Wars: The Empire did nothing wrong. Anonymous 09/10/2021 (Fri) 03:44:46 No. 17647 [Reply] [Last]
Last thread is dead and I need my Star Warswholesome dose.
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>>26474 Why is stranger things so popular, I stopped watching after a few episodes of season 2.
>>26475 Its not an absolute shit, 80s nostalgia and they don't milk it to death.
>>26476 I don't know season 3 looked like absolute shite.

Shows Stuck in Development Hell Anonymous 08/22/2021 (Sun) 03:25:01 No. 17100 [Reply]
Basically anything that's still given the green light in becoming an actual show or is completely done and is stuck in limbo because of one reason or another. >Starship Goldfish aka Sam Sweetmilk A scifi comedy about an idiot that purposely wiped is memory. Currently traveling around space with his robot butler and some alien chick. Made by an ex-Roosterteeth guy and has some decent actors/voice actors participating. >Astro Boy Reboot A Japanese-French reboot of Astro Boy, shows technically done but stuck in distributor hell.
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>>26307 The only funny he has ever done.
>>26307 Wait, how do you even make a show about an NFT?
>>26362 Until Seth Rogan comes a long and makes the situation really dangerous.

Things That Got Shows Cancelled Anonymous 04/06/2022 (Wed) 01:35:57 No. 24756 [Reply] [Last]
Either by low toy sales, certain scenes or the creators being an absolute pest. What other reasons, other than low viewership, has a show been cancelled?
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>>24969 >>25053 >>25306 >The main issue is that its a monster of the week show with only 3 staple characters The Netflix Voltron toyline was almost 100% just Voltron itself. The real issues were: 1. Mecha genre is pretty much dead; there isn't a lot of mecha anime and it isn't popular as in the past and definitely most people outside of Japan only care for Transformers 2. Original franchise so toy companies are less likely to jump on the bandwagon, especially when they don't even own said franchise 3. Not enough toy companies and it was the beginning of action figures/cartoons decline. >>25581 >Of the $36B dollars of toys millennials spent in 2021, 70% of it was actually them buying toys for themselves Souce? What about the overall sales of toys regardless of generation? I mean millennials are also less married and have children than previous generations. After all, it's impossible for big toy companies to just rely on adult collectors only. >>25727 >>25603 >All I know is that toys are absurdly fucking expensive, and I can hardly imagine how difficult it is for a kid to convince a parent to shell out like $30

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>>26422 Little bit as a kid. I just thought it was the norm though so I dealt with it. Still now an adult collector I know there's much more posable articulated action figures out there. Mostly from Japan.

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/co/ e-celeb general Anonymous 06/30/2021 (Wed) 16:26:18 No. 14607 [Reply]
>overly sarcastic productions >not overly sarcastic >just snarky gay commies
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>>26391 They look related.
>>26391 He has no confidence if he has to hide the fact he has a beard

Where is Anne Frank (2021) Anonymous 04/26/2022 (Tue) 08:51:14 No. 25514 [Reply]
Wow, this movie has an Anti-Racism message in it.
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>>26399 School shootings always happen every single passing year.
>>25514 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qAIRFyR6NyQ There's already a movie like this.
>>26399 Yes there is is facism but burgers are to faggots and lazy to do somethimg

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