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Cartoon Network Anonymous 12/14/2020 (Mon) 22:48:05 No. 8049 [Reply] [Last]
>Are you sure this will make kids watch our cartoons? <Cartoons? https://archive.md/IJ5wG
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>>21398 Yeah Victorian England was trash. The stairs were even dangerous. **Not joking, like seriously.
>>21415 Stairs around the rest of the world were also trash. We take for granted how standardized things are in the first world now. Victorian England sucked compared to the late 20th century, but it was better than most other contemporary locations.
>>20256 What's this guy's problem anyway? Lack of self-confidence?

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QTDDTOT - Questions that Don't Deserve Their Own Thread Anonymous 06/19/2021 (Sat) 04:34:07 No. 14184 [Reply] [Last]
The Taito Superman arcade game from 1988 has this woman as an unused graphic. Is she an existing DC character?
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>>21374 Because no one cares about indie books. Look at how Locke & Key, Resident Alien, Umbrella Academy, & Sweet Tooth were butchered in live action. No one cared. People only cared about Invincible because it was animated capeshit.
Embracer buys Dark Horse comics https://archive.md/Rsd6d
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Cartoons that don't deserve a thread Anonymous 09/20/2020 (Sun) 21:00:41 No. 5165 [Reply] [Last]
So, I'm watching through this early-2000's series called Alienators: Evolution Continues, and the entire show just feels...off for some reason. I cannot put my finger on why. The show comes across as generic in every way, but even saying that doesn't seem to classify the show properly. You can watch it here to see what I'm talking about: https://invidio.us/playlist?list=PLkLimRXN6NKyhCEvWdWl0Kmab6YefDh6h Has anyone else had this feeling about other series?
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>>21316 I think they found out it was the last season late in the day, because you can tell some plotlines were being set in place, like Kevin using one of Smokey's sabotaged rubbers on his jewess and Sue finally finding her get rich quick scheme as a teacher to the stoned out accidental parents of the 70s. I guess they decided there had been enough evil and to just give the Murphys the slightly happy ending we wanted to see. Vic believed in Sue and her teachings, so I'm sure he embraced it all and became father of the year, although part of me kept waiting for the kid to do something that was reminiscent of Kevin, given that he tapped that blonde bimbo as well. As for bonding with Frank, you can see Frank start to very slowly warm to Vic all through the series, so I think it's safe to say they became good friends once Vic was completely sober and started being more responsible... and Frank decided to lighten up a bit. It's all head-canon, but I think it's a reasonable assumption, given where both of them were in the finale. On a personal note, I've been caring for elderly parents who are still mostly with it, but are having bad days where all sorts of crazy crap can happen. Frank's desperate search for (and understanding of) "Box 16" was oddly comforting considering what I was going through the week I watched it. I felt like someone understood what I was going through with my own parents.
>>13810 >>13823 I think the melancholy in his expression is that he knows he likely doesn't live up the expectations that his younger self had. Regardless of if you ad on positive or negative values, Harold probably doesn't know at this point in his life that he will end up gay, and this would likely be a shock for him especially if he doesn't realize this for a while, and Old Harold likely realize this will be confusing for his younger self.
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>>21367 Old Harold is more likely considering whether or not to step in and save his younger self from the grooming and rape that will convert him into a homosexual.

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Anonymous 10/27/2021 (Wed) 04:37:19 No. 18969 [Reply] [Last]
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>>21259 thank, you, id say that that is a she and if anything as mentioning by >>21265 she is trooning "male" here are the pics of the troon in question i mentioned where you can see the feet think i spoke off, last two are a bit iffy because it cuts off, but you can tell the angle
>>21348 the feet thing*
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>>21348 I'm trying to stop drinking Rageahol™ these days, but one of the most incandescent rageaholic episodes I suffered was watching Rand Paul go after this faggot about forcing parents to let their children transition. This piece of filth refused to answer and just ran out the clock, which is an admission of "yes, we're coming for your children." Of all the crimes that can be laid at Biden's (and his controllers') feet, giving a fellow pedophile unfettered access to an entire nation's children is one of the most egregious.

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Venture Bros Anonymous 12/12/2021 (Sun) 12:57:42 No. 21043 [Reply]
https://twitter.com/JamesUrbaniak/status/1469457672202194945 After so many years, the curtain is finally falling on the Venture bros. I'm sad to see them go, though I'm glad the creators at least get a movie to somewhat wrap things up on their own terms.
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>>21251 Great. Can't wait to see the full frontal sex scene with Hunter and Shoreleave.
>>21256 I doubt it, it's just Warner Bros streaming service.
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>>21256 The series on HBO Max is still fucking censored, they even censor the word God if it is followed by any variation of damn.

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Anonymous 12/07/2021 (Tue) 03:20:13 No. 20919 [Reply]
Didn't see a thread, but good ole She-Hulk is back. But for how long?
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>>21161 >John Byrne happens to be the guy who made it canon that Reed Richards met Sue Storm when he was an adult and she was a child I am not in any way suggesting Byrne isn't a complete deviant, but my little brother had that issue and Reed appeared to be 17-18 at the time, (boarding with the Storms while attending college) with Sue being 10-11 (hard to tell because Byrne always draws kids as dwarves). Sue got a crush on him, which is fine, that happens, and Reed appeared super uncomfortable with the whole thing. THAT SAID... It's absolutely disgusting that he'd even consider a relationship with her when she came of age. I knew a young girl who appeared to have a crush on me when I was a teenager. She came of age, and was very beautiful, but all I saw was the kid who cut her Barbies' hair with safety scissors and threw a shit fit when her mom told her should couldn't get a popsicle from the ice cream guy in the summer. I can't imagine a real-life Reed could have met Sue 10 years later and thought "Hubba hubba!" There's also another horrifying wrinkle to this: Reed's fiercest competition for his wife is a man who fought Nazis in WWII. Sue seems to have a type.
>>21162 You call it disgusting, but that age gap was not at all uncommon until very recent decades. Also, Reed and Ben also fought in World War II originally. They just sort of don't specifically refer to what war they fought in anymore.
>>21175 >You call it disgusting, but that age gap was not at all uncommon until very recent decades. It was pretty gross back then, too.

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What if? What if EEnE was a LongRunner? 12/15/2021 (Wed) 05:19:52 No. 21165 [Reply]
What will the show become if it never ended with "Big Picture Show"?
>>21165 Tired and dead. The fate of all shows that are not canceled when their premise grows tired. Big Picture Show was a good send off. Right now you would probably watch >EEnE Higher EDucation With them in college or some shit.
Ever heard of The Simpsons?

What if Spongebob never existed? Anonymous 09/04/2021 (Sat) 10:26:49 No. 17549 [Reply]
What if Stephen Hillenburg never had created Spongebob? what if he died early in the 80's or 90s before he starting creating the show? what will be it's impact on the Media industry in an alternate universe with Spongebob never happened?
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>>21019 It might not have been anyone's favorite, but it had broad appeal. It was well made and everyone liked it, even if they didnt love it. Also it probably fared well with execs because it was "cute", and people who actually cared about the industry could respect it as actually being well made, at least in the first three seasons. It was legitimately well written and had good art design and animation. The weirdness worked for the concepts. Also having Jewish stuff shoehorned in sometimes might have helped. Until the ADL turned on them later.
>>17579 >Stop yelling retard. At no point did he yell "Retard."
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>>17549 >What if Spongebob never existed?

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Comic writers losing control of their creations Anonymous 09/01/2021 (Wed) 02:13:34 No. 17466 [Reply]
How many instances have you seen of writers getting screwed out of how their series/characters/whatever are portrayed and complain about it later? In a recent DC Black Label book (Suicide Squad: Get Joker), they had Wild Dog in that universe be part of the Jan. 6th Capitol Hill tour insurrection as a right wing fanatic, and his original creators Max Allan Collins and Terry Beatty went bitching to BleedingCool about it, and that made me curious about other incidents. Here's the rant: https://archive.is/9NiSS >My first reaction at discovering Wild Dog had been recruited into the Suicide Squad as the leader of the Jan. 6 Insurrection as a defecating Proud Boy-style seditionist was bewildered shock. Basically, "Huh?" That quickly grew to rage, expressed mostly as, "F-ck DC," and "F-ck the writer." I shared these sentiments with Wild Dog's artist/co-creator, Terry Beatty, and he basically tried to calm me down. But, obviously, it gradually worked him into a rabid lather, too. > For me, it's settled into disappointment and disgust. Wild Dog was conceived as a home-grown costumed hero. No cape, no cowl, just what could be put together out of such items as a hockey mask (with its Jason resonance) and body armor and real-world stuff from a hardware store and a home workshop. The usual "what if" all fiction writers operate from – "what if" somebody decided to actually be a costumed hero? > The results were not always beneficial. When Wild Dog found himself confronted by a would-be Bucky to his Captain America, despite our hero's best efforts to discourage the Pup's participation, the child is nearly killed. Terry and I pursued this with Ms. Tree – she was a vigilante, too, but wound up both in jail and in a mental institution. I might add in the Ms. Tree feature, Terry and I explored such then-current (and still current, unfortunately) topics as date rape, abortion clinic bombings, and gay bashing. > Some defenders of what we see as a perverted use of our creation dismiss it on the grounds that Wild Dog is a minor, forgotten character. Well, tell that to DC, who have used the character in at least three other comics, most recently as a cast member of the Cave Carson comic book, and to the CW network, where Wild Dog was a recurring character on Arrow. > Wild Dog debuted in a four-issue mini-series, had a regular slot in Action Weekly, and a "Special" double-length one-shot. In addition Terry is an Eisner-winning Batman artist, and we were Eisner nominees for our Ms. Tree work at DC. I wrote a year of Batman as well as two Batman graphic novels and was the initial writer of the Tim Burton-era Batman newspaper strip. My graphic novel (with Richard Piers Rayner), Road to Perdition, generated an Academy Award-winning film that is often cited as one of the best comic book movies ever made, and the graphic novel itself appears on many "Best of" lists. As recently as 2011 Terry and I did Return to Perdition for DC. > So what? So Terry and I both have long relationships with DC and might have expected better where one of our creations is concerned. Yes, DC owns the rights to the character, but simple courtesy and common decency might suggest going down this path with Wild Dog was ill-advised – and that at least the creators should be warned. After all, invoking the Jan. 6 riot was bound to attract attention and controversy – shock value was the point, after all. > Of course we weren't informed, just as we were not told about Wild Dog being used on the Arrow TV show. We weren't paid for that (one of the few things our contract gave us) until that fact went public. I have worked with many terrific people at DC, but DC itself remains what it's always been – a corporation built on the bones of two Cleveland teenagers. > As for Brian Azzarello, who I have never met, I have to wonder what kind of writer uses the creation of another writer in such a reckless, disrespectful manner. Azzarello is one of a generation of comics writers who owe a certain debt to our Ms. Tree, the first successful crime comic book in decades when it appeared in 1981. Still the longest running private eye comic book of all time (50 issues plus specials), it paved the way for everything that followed. We might have expected better thanks than this. > DC owning Wild Dog doesn't stop it being characterized as my work – the fame of Road to Perdition guarantees I will be mentioned in the context of a character who is tied to a political movement I abhor. But a modicum of consideration from the publisher, and some respect from the writer, is too much to expect from the company and talent who ignore Bill Finger's Batman in favor of Batman fingering Catwoman.
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I think W.I.T.C.H The creators claimed the wanted it to be different and a one arc only ( they wanted to end it around 12 or 16 chapters) but Disney Italy changed that. There was another comic made by a german guy who was using Disney Italy as a publisher. his stuff was not selling. Got put on "hiatus" and he could never use it back.
>>21027 There's a fan made mlaatr season happening?
>>21034 Yeah, apparently it's been a thing in progress since like 2014 but still active with updates (last video on their channel was just 13 days ago). I only learned about it recently myself. https://mlaatrrebooted.webs.com

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Anonymous 11/25/2021 (Thu) 21:03:28 No. 20555 [Reply]
How do you become a cartoon artist in this day and age? Do you have to go down the animator route? Is being independent an option?
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>>20555 >cartoon artist Everyone can do it with practice and passion anon. Now, if you mean, "can I make a living or reach a goodly amount of fame" then that's up to you and how many cocks you can such physically (old producer wrinkle cock) and figuratively (agreeing with your "senpais" in every single thing for years).
>>20555 It's really easy. Step 1: Be ready to draw 8-12 hours daily Step 2: Do this for 12 years Step 3: Profit
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>>20812 >schizo

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Anonymous 11/18/2021 (Thu) 03:20:57 No. 20228 [Reply] [Last]
>Samurai Jack >Megas XLR >Courage the Cowardly Dog >The Powerpuff Girls >Johnny Bravo >Dexter's Lab >Ed, Edd, n Eddy >Codename: Kids Next Door >The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy >Most iterations of Toonami >Most iterations of Adult Swim Can we all agree that Cartoon Network is generally better than Pedolodean?
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>>20749 Chalk Zone is a gem for its concept. And yes, its bumbling creators were the cause of its rapid decline. >>20756 >Rugrats: Pre-Skool Daze <A show focusing on Angelica and Suzie alone. Some concepts work. Whereas others, not so much. Even The Patrick Star Show features the main forerunner But Nick's execs have too much of a big head to see sense. Which is why the post movies seasons were mediocre.
>>20864 wasnt chalk zone a rip-off of Penny Crayon?
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Comic Industry Collapse Watch Thread Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 19:32:45 No. 179 [Reply] [Last]
>Corona-chan is fucking over the world economy >Now years of shit stories, forced agendas and awful sales have lead to the collapse of the industry >Diamond going bust >Shops going bust >The mouse planning to kill Marvel What a wonderful time to be alive.
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>>20834 It was the early 2000's and such movies were deemed so for nerds. Even with the Maxim stunt and A-list cast, Final Fantasy: Spirits Within was still met with mixed reviews. It was the same for Heavy Metal 2000.
>>20838 Even tho you could make some sense. Anon cmon >craked Is not a source to cite in any discussion, it's on the same level of CH or the onion. Here's literally the end of the article you posted "This is why, when some people point out how racist the Lord of the Rings stories are (i.e., orcs are evil by virtue of being born orcs, dwarfs are greedy because they are dwarfs, Aragorn is heroic due to his "blood"), it's both correct and unfair. It's correct because, yes, that is the way Tolkien's universe is set up -- nobody in the stories hesitates to make sweeping generalizations about a race, and they're always proven right when they do. Frodo's magical sword didn't glow in the presence of enemies, it glowed in the presence of a certain race (orcs). Go write a movie about a hero with a gun that glows in the presence of Arabs. See what happens. But it's also unfair, because Tolkien clearly didn't sit down and think, "I'm going to increase the net weight of racism in the world in order to firmly establish white dominance! And I'll do it with elves!" He was just writing what he knew. Of course a guy born in 1892 assumed that Nordic races were evolved and graceful, that certain other races were born savages and that midgets love axes. Hell, he could have been the least racist person he knew, and he'd still be the equivalent of a Klansman today. Whether or not the agenda was intentional is utterly irrelevant."
>>20828 That wasn't the argument being made in the post you quoted. The argument being made wasn't that you didn't say "most," it wasn't about percentages, it was clearly agreeing with you in the assessment of the current industry. The point being made is that the current industry is an anomaly that does not reflect the broader history of the industry, and the complaints about it should specifically be directed to the modern industry, as to imply things were always like this is simply incorrect. To continue with the Star Wars references, Anakin Skywalker was killed by Darth Vader, from a certain point of view. The current industry is not the same as the one that existed from the 1930s until like five years ago. It didn't just evolve, it got taken over. Even the specific part you quoted obviously isn't even about percentages. If someone is here talking about Star Trek TOS, to jump in and act like Discovery or Picard are really the same thing is missing the point. >>20833 They've had subscription services for a long time but they suck. For example, you'd think they'd have practically every comic the company ever published. Nope. Despite how important continuity is, what you get is a random smattering of issues. You can't just sit down and read every issue of Amazing Spider-Man in order. I also understand there are some cases where particular things have rights problems. Like that issue of Marvel-Team Up where Spider-Man meets the Not Ready for Prime-Time Players and John Belushi fights The Silver Samurai is missing from the Essential Marvel-Team Up collections, but missing that issue is a lot more understandable than just missing random issues of the original Clone Saga or whatever. But then again, to do sit down and read all of Amazing Spider-Man without also reading Spectacular and Team-Up and Web Of and all the other Spider-Man stuff would still leave out most of the story. You need all of that. And actually, what would really be useful would be different ways to sort things, like not just every issue of a series, but every appearance of a character sorted by release date. Hell, every comic they have on their service, sorted by release date, should be an option. Actually, custom lists would be useful too, and users could share them, because sometimes getting a full story, especially in modern stuff, is just a huge clusterfuck. Especially when it's a character that has multiple series that take place in "the present" but all release at the same time and all end every issue on a cliffhanger. What they need is a subscription for a reasonable price, obviously no more than Netflix, that has every comic the company has the rights for, maybe with exceptions so that a comic gets a grace period of being published for like six months to maybe two years before getting added to the subscription service, because I know they want to try to make money off selling new stuff individually, but a subscription even just for old stuff would still be good. Add some quality of life stuff like the sorting options I just mentioned, which should be trivially easy. And of course make sure the basic reading experience is adequate, with decent zoom functions and all that. These things don't sound like they should be very hard, but it's more than any comic company has been able to do. If they did, they'd probably make some money. But they are just too damn stupid. >>20839 >You're predicating your claim on an inherent equality in ideological beliefs I don't see where he implied this. There are plenty of other arguments in favor of absolute freedom of speech. For example, one argument would be that you're precisely the type of person who will be silenced once anyone gets enough power to silence masses. Hell, by the fact that you've been chased all the way to this dank corner of the internet, we can see that they've already been trying to silence you. People shouldn't have that kind of power. >>20899

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Anonymous 05/12/2020 (Tue) 16:02:11 No. 797 [Reply] [Last]
I never see anyone talk about The Owl House, is it any good?
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>>20005 Both looks like astroboy
>>3968 >as if they need to make 1 if the results are still the same with the shows already out
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>>797 I liked it. An I wrote a fairly long review about it. But then I realized that I was writing about the western-girl-frog-isekai, and not this western-girl-owl-isekai. Ok. Mixing them up is bad, right? How could anyone mix them up? One is about a normal girl that ends up in a magical world, making friends and fumbling around, learning how the fantasy world works. Then she finds out that she has The Power. The Power to change the fantasy world. And the other show is the same. Really tough: I like how the Owl House handles the oppressive totalitarian themes. The rulers do not want an uprising, they want obidient serfs. It's a bit on the nose, but the bad guys are just Stalin and Lenin. Iconography is priceless in this one.

Anonymous 11/20/2021 (Sat) 02:57:19 No. 20276 [Reply]
Oh look at the time. It's movie time! Choose from the following movies: The Gumby Movie The Nut Job The Sub-Par Dinosaur OR You can choose the Ted Box or the Yaki Box. The Ted Box smells like gritty EXTREMELY LOUD primary colors. The Yaki Box smells like intense bullying on a tiny scale. JOIN US. https://vaughn.live/tedfufu
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Up next Dick Tracy. When you allow your director to go nuts with costuming and practical effects you get this Golden Age wonder of a movie
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>>20276 Oh no! What's in the box?

Anonymous 10/05/2021 (Tue) 23:55:47 No. 18294 [Reply]
It's Spooky Month! Got any specials you always come back to every year or remember fondly?
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>>18322 >>18294 I’m surprised the Halloween tree isn’t talk about more. It’s shockingly dark for Hanna Barbera Christmas special. its a movie that should’ve had Creepypasta written about it.
>>18394 >Hocus Pocus is in its own tier, the only thing Hocus pocus spawn amusing among of porn and erotica fan fiction. A lot of it people with women online.
>>20809 I don’t want to imagine porn of Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, or Peggie Hill, but your post has given me that mental image.

Don't Let The Cartoon Bastards Grind You Down Anonymous 11/28/2021 (Sun) 20:50:39 No. 20660 [Reply]
YOU CAN make your own cartoons you (do not) need tv/streaming service funding voice actors are (not) expensive creativity is limitless
Sure, you don't need anybody's permission to git gud at art and make your own stuff. But the barriers and middlemen of Bakshi's day have simply given way to new ones, especially if you don't want to be beholden to executive suits and industry cliques. You can't just be an artist/animator, you have to be your own salesman/networker/fundraiser too. You gotta navigate through the algorithms of YouTube/Twitter/Instagram to actually reach people. And if you dabble in the kind of stuff likely to get you banned or cancelled, you have learn basic OPSEC/threat modeling (to avoid doxing) and be on the lookout for ways to circumvent social censorship. That's not to dissuade people from trying at all. The road is going to be rocky, but we do have the tools and resources to navigate it as safely as possible.
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>>20660 >voice actors are (not) expensive Good ones know their value, though. But who knows, maybe you'd discover the next Billy West? >>20746 >But the barriers and middlemen of Bakshi's day have simply given way to new ones, Same in all creative industries, I'm afraid. Kowtow to the jews and advance their agenda re: trannies and gays and your in. Mention that you once liked a Tim Allen tweet and your ass is grass.

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