/co/ - Comics & Cartoons

Where cartoons and comics collide!

Index Catalog Archive Bottom Refresh
Name
Options
Subject
Message

Max message length: 8000

Files

Max file size: 32.00 MB

Max files: 5

Supported file types: GIF, JPG, PNG, WebM, OGG, and more

E-mail
Password

(used to delete files and postings)

Misc

Remember to follow the Rules

The backup domain is located at 8chan.se. .cc is a third fallback. TOR access can be found here, or you can access the TOR portal from the clearnet at Redchannit 2.0.



8chan.moe is a hobby project with no affiliation whatsoever to the administration of any other "8chan" site, past or present.

8chan is now on LynxChan 2.7, be mindful of some bugs. Also be aware of 8chan's other domains. Affiliated boards /ac/

(110.62 KB 442x848 Turning-Red-Horny.png)

(42.18 KB 680x383 FME9xdpXEAg6PDg.jpg)

(105.99 KB 360x193 FMQBUcTWUAUiKCQ.png)

Anonymous 02/23/2022 (Wed) 04:59:50 No. 23357
>‘Turning Red’ Film Critic Calls the New Pixar Cartoon ‘Unapologetically Horny’ WTF PIXAR https://archive.fo/KkoRb
>>25937 Carlos you borderhopping piece of shit!
>>25936 Yeah its amazing how much they captured the spirit of the series in 3d. Although I got to admit I felt the story needed a few more drafts.
(3.79 MB 500x420 Fujicakes.gif)

>>25952 When Lupin is saying Mushi~ Mushi~ into the phone, look at his facial expressions. Or here, when Fujiko is tapping her finger thinking about how to get out of being caught then doing a silly face. It's more than captures the spirit, every single motion done by a character makes them behave like they popped out of the manga. It's why I like the movie so much and why Turning Red is so bad, because you have a 13 year old with an ugly expression twerking. The attention to how a character moves in Lupin is some of the best 3D I've ever seen.
>>25954 >mushi mushi It's moshi moshi, you plebian.
>>25954 Is Japan finally learning how to do 3d?
>>25865 And frankly neither of them are particularly fearsome creatures that one's ancestor wold seek to transform themselves into in order to defend anything. The whole movie is really just not a good conception all the way around. It doesn't seem like it's captured anyone's imaginations either.
>>25958 Are they?
>>25958 >>25964 They did with this movie. Sad that Pixar is being out performed by a 3 year old movie from a country not known for cgi work.
>>25965 Wow, it's like they actually cared.
>>25967 The Nips once again eclipse the west because they still retain some standards.
>>25958 They never really had a problem with making CGI movies, it was more a matter of time and budget. At the very least they never had problems with making cutscenes for their games. Now you can argue that the movies themselves aren't all that good, from a story, dialogue, directing point of view, but this has nothing to do with the use of CGI, all I am saying is that Japs had the capacity of making good looking CGI movies for a long time.
>>24053 Follow up, it's been almost 2 months or 9 weeks. The film has only made back 11 million according to that site and 17 million according to wikipedia. It's a certified bomb.
>>25969 >nips >Having standards >The same country that keeps shitting the exact same character design and limited animation for almost half century by now Lmao no.
>>25997 >The same country that keeps shitting the exact same character design and limited animation for almost half century by now <Meanwhile the country across the pond is relying upon the same media characters that were created nearly a century ago
>>25999 But see anon, this iteration of Batman actually hails from the near future (not the distant future, t hat's a different one) and he's Canadian.
>>25999 We are talking in regards of animation, anon.
>>26003 Fine then: >The same country that keeps shitting the exact same character design and limited animation for almost half century by now <Meanwhile the country across the pond is relying upon said country to provide the animation for every major work for the past forties years Happy?
>>26006 What you just said is not only wrong but you also missed the entire point.
>>26006 >>26006 Honestly I don't know what's worse. Watching the West chew it's own cud and shit out the exact same property but with different styles or the Japanese shitting out different properties with very similar styles. I have to lean into the latter because accidentally but consistenly sometimes a Nip manages to escape, but I can only think of Invincible/Watchmen managing to escape the capeshit curse.
(1.01 MB 1200x898 ClipboardImage.png)

(3.05 MB 1500x1086 ClipboardImage.png)

(1.20 MB 810x1231 ClipboardImage.png)

(713.79 KB 800x581 ClipboardImage.png)

(598.93 KB 708x1024 ClipboardImage.png)

>>26043 >Watching the West chew it's own cud and shit out the exact same property but with different styles or the Japanese shitting out different properties with very similar styles. Five different series : Lupin III Most Wanted Berserk Rose of Versailles Akira Cat Soup >Japanese shitting out different properties with very similar styles. There's ignorance and then there's full on retarded faggotry exposed in this very statement. >but I can only think of Invincible/Watchmen managing to escape the capeshit curse. >Escaping the cape shit curse. First two examples the dumb ass brings up is more cape shit. You know you could have not spelled out that your functionally illiterate zoomer if you'd only bother to point out shows like I dunno the hit 90's Prince Valiant series for instance. But no you had to choose the stupidest examples of cape shit to justify saying those were the items that avoided capeshit and not even bothering to look at say the successful adaptations of Daniel Clowes Ghost World or Art School Confidential or even latter day adaptations like Kingsman or .Preacher. Are you the same functionally illiterate faggot from another thread who kept on arguing that a hit racing comic from Europe that ran for 50 odd years didn't have life or death stakes compared to Batman comics? Because I'm thinking you're the same fucking moron.
>>26055 Anon we are talking about animation. >>26043 The animation niche in america is not dominated by capes at least not outside the direct to video market which hasn't been anything but Scooby Doo and DC movies for the last ten years; so nothing you've state actually applies here, I frankly do not understand why capes are still mentioned when we are obviously talking about cartoons. ITT.
(164.54 KB 625x305 ClipboardImage.png)

>>26056 >Anon we are talking about animation. But it still applies even in animated for those shows don't even remotely look the same in motion. Hell even the styles have changed with Lupin in subtle ways in each of the seasons vs movies vs. Ovas. Motion still stands,. >I frankly do not understand why capes are still mentioned when we are obviously talking about cartoons. ITT. I think it's because that anon really doesn't watch much animation or read anything other than cape shit, and I suspect he's trying to hide is poor exposure to both comics, animation and the arts by acting smarter than he really is.
>>26055 >talking about animation >posts 5 different manga ? Like I know those all have adaptions, why are you not posting the adaptions? The topic is animation?
>>26059 Otakus are retarded, just look that the Gundam autist.
>>26059 >Like I know those all have adaptions, why are you not posting the adaptions? The topic is animation? >See where this autism gets him : >>23454
>>26058 When people say "all japanese animation look the same" they refer in average, not the outliers, you fucking retard.
>>26069 Kind of hard not to pump out generic crap all the time when certain things are what sell & get viewership in Japan the most. Plus so many anime are released seasonally every year that there's more stuff that ends up looking generic compared to western cartoons that don't have that same level of pumping out new stuff.
>>23896 >I like Gyrating. >The very next line. >I'm 13, deal with it. As a middle school teacher I can confirm that this is 100% true. Those fuckers don't understand that is a sexual thing though. They just see thots doing it on tictok and see that videos of thots gyrating gets lots of likes and thus they want to do it. Like you can tell them it's sexual and it doesn't register as relevant as they only see it as a means to imitate what they perceive as popular. Based on the whole of what you posted about this film, it sounds almost procedural generated script based on survey results of what kids are into now-a-days with a few throwbacks to things that kids used to be into. >red panda's >gyrating >boy bands/k-pop (the things that has stayed the same <Tamagotchis forgot the other observations. I swear to god if 8chan decides to stop allowing me to post again
>>26256 >They just see thots doing it on tictok and see that videos of thots gyrating gets lots of likes and thus they want to do it. Like you can tell them it's sexual and it doesn't register as relevant as they only see it as a means to imitate what they perceive as popular. Social media and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.
>>26258 Unfortunately the issue is gatekeeping, or the lack there of with social media. Kids have always imitated what they perceive to be popular, but there used to be some level of gatekeeping/censoring-via-availability but with social media there is none. Like when I was growing up everyone wanted to be a TV/Movie star and this fundamentally the same thing. The difference is that there are standards for what can and can not shown on TV or in a movie and there are far less on social media. I think a good solution would be to have multiple age rating for social media rather then just having an everyone and an 18+ rating. Enforcement is an issue, and I know a lot of people are terrified of letting the government in on regulating this kind of stuff, but I think thats the only way that it can be done. We should just take the existing TV/Movie ratings scale and apply it to social media sites. As for enforcement, if we give parents of at least checking to see what kind of rating the content creator their kids are watching are making they can make an informed decision to not allow them to watch their content, or at least make it harder for them to watch it. Requiring a credit card transaction to access the entire social media site isn't a bad idea necessarily, I know it would have stopped me from accessing shit my parents wouldn't want me to, and, card holders can be sent a list of the content that was access on the account linked to that card via that crediting agency which will allow parents to see what their kids are watching and they can be given a break down of how much time is spent on content of each rating. This does unfortunately keep people with bad credit out and possibly pave a way for a social credit system.
>>26291 How about we firebomb all the internet servers along the east coast of America?
>>26292 Its not a localized issue. You would have to take down the internet everywhere on earth for good. I guess if we had a situation like in Dot.Hack where the whole internet goes down in a spectacular blaze of glory we could rebuild a new one that has safeguards against kids accessing social media but that would require a system where safeguards are in place. IDK maybe we should just have 2 Internets. One that has curated content that is accessible for all ages and one that has everything. Applying filters to the regular internet has failed spectacularly.
>>26295 Or you could make being a parent something you have to test for like driving a car. So you don't have genetic rejects screeching bloody murder trying to blame anything but their piss poor parenting on why their kid is a failure.
>>26291 >>26298 The problem with letting the government have control in either of the matters you speak of is assuming that they'll side with you and not against you. Look around. They're already loudly proclaiming how vehemently they are sided against you.
>>26295 >I guess if we had a situation like in Dot.Hack where the whole internet goes down in a spectacular blaze of glory we could rebuild a new one that has safeguards against kids accessing social media but that would require a system where safeguards are in place. The only safeguards you need is to make internet unfriendly to normalfags.
>>26061 >that Gundam autist On /co/?


Forms
Delete
Report
Quick Reply