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A 2007-09 show about heroes fighting against bad guys who want to take over the world. Very original. And they do battle on motorcycles. Which can transform into flying motorcycles. And there are also lightsabers. With superpowers.

The premise is very basic, but the execution is more than wonderful. The final product is what you'll get if someone decides to cross Wakfu with Super Sentai. It was made by canadians who watched too much anime, but in a good way. The animation, the design, the dialogue, the gags; they're all great.

It ran for 2 seasons, and was cancelled before they got to do a 3rd. Since the show was only 50% arc-based, the cancellation is only 50% tragic. It is now available on multiple DVD volumes (cause full season sets is dumb right?) and from good pirates.

If nothing else, Storm Hawks can boast to have some of the best aerial combat sequences in history of ever.
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Mister Twister
Well shit
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Storm Hawks had better animation than Wakfu:
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http://cloud--queen.tumblr.com/post/129374700097/storm-hawks-favourite-characters-the-dark-ace
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>239150
Heh, true... Is that Slugterra any good, btw? I only watched a few episodes, and while I liked the demonic invasion and the designs of the guardian-things, I think that only happens late in the season.
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DARK HORSE THREAD

HOLY FUCK ARE YOU READY FOR THE LORDS OF MISERY?
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Holy Shit Powell, I get it now.

This fucking art jump is unreal.
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Also Roscoe is going to become one of the single most badass characters to ever exist.

He is a born werewolf, adopted by the Goon and Franky who are teaching him the skills for almost every illicit activity, circus acrobatics and the strong man training Goon learned from his Aunt Kizzie who "could explode the heads of cattle with a single punch."
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Okay, long story short, I got banned from regular 4chan for the next 3 days or so (you can find out why in the 4chan complaints sticky on /baw/) and I figured that shouldn't let a little thing like that from storytiming obscure 50's comics every day, so I'll just hand around here until the ban runs out.
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... Louis Nye died 10 years ago today...
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... and Jan Hooks died one year ago.

Well, I'm done for today. I'll be back tomorrow, knock on wood, to give you all some more of The Fighting American, as well as the usual stuff.
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Turns out that by the time I had a free window to storytime yesterday, I was already back at home with my own, non-restricted ISP. Once again, I thank you all for your indulgence.
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Didn't see a thread for this yet.
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>238846
It's a show about bears, man.
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Anonymous
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It's a callback to the webcomic they originally appeared in. They were stacked on top of each other instead of being placed side-by-side to conserve panel space.
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Over the garden wall
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All episodes got leaked on itunes.
Go grab your before is too late
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Nøpe
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Back to Backspace seems a little interesting, but not quite cohesive.

12 Forever is probably the better of the new pilots. Looks like it could grow on me if it keeps a steady plot and digs into some lasting character development.

Jammers is...I don't expect it to last for a series. Seems to tilt on the problem solverz side of artistic cartoons if that makes sense.
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Anonymous
Burgess and Jammers. Really seem like bits rather than a cohesive show. Like the recent slate of ABC Sitcoms.
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Listen to Wirt's mixtape here ==> https://soundcloud.com/theflamelord/sets/for-sara
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ITT, you will post webms.
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Deon
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All these cow milk jokes are starting to get a little saucy, aren't they?
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>238941
I would say they are really milking this gag dry.
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From the new Danger Mouse show
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Cartoon Animals, Take VI.

Old thread stopped Bumping, can be found here: http://boards.plus4chan.org/co/t236166.html#p236166

Also, Sphinx has a sister called Callista!
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Hey guys, this Chinese wolf and sheep animated movie some of you were all over about is out.

http://kisscartoon.me/Cartoon/Pleasant-Goat-and-Big-Big-Wolf
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Also, here is the terrifyingly terrible french Puss in Boots CGI animated movie - with a really weirdly acting William Shatner as Puss. :)

http://kisscartoon.me/Cartoon/The-True-Story-of-Puss-N-Boots/Movie?id=64417
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T4 was here
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Yah know what this board needs?

Without context thead!

A good old fuck it, lets post funny stuff one.

>finding a good one that was not jpg was harder then it should have been...
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T4 was here
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HOLY FISH, THE JUNGLE MOVIE WAS PARTIALLY VOICED AND ANIMATED AT ONE POINT!!!~!!!

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Save this video somehow. Save it. You must. Use Firefocks if you have to.
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The Sneaky Tiki
FUCKING RAD
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Hot damn, that's cool.
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Page 5, for this? I don't think so...
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I haven't felt this way about a non-live action series since Morel Orel season 3
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About time, that place was awful, stupid and full of reposts.
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Sharkman Jhones
I really do love this show, but god damn is it hard to sit through sometimes. Really great about switching between being funny and getting incredibly real.
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It's why I love it. It's much like Bojack himself, who often forgets he is not living in a TV show. :)
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Anyone know where I get get the whole Patrol 03 series? Preferably in English but I can suffer through French if it's not an option.

I heard about it a bit late and all the links are dead.
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Mister Twister
>238040
People can always fansub. Softsubbing FTW.

Also, French is not that hard to understand.
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I learned it in primary school so I understand a bit, but not much.
That said, if the bloody Transformers community couldn't fan-sub Beast Wars 2 and Neo in the past 20 years, I expect even less help from the even more fractured furry community, sadly.
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Looky what I got... :)
Seems like these are the same 12 episodes that I already shared in english though - so unless someone wants them in french, I see no reason to rip them. I will rip the opening though, as it is different and longer than the one for the other DVDrip.
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And how did you get it? And why so low-res?
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This is important stuff
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That thumbnail got me so good.
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Streaming dark knight returns both parts

Live stream.com/radioactivelunch
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Well it ain't Japanese so fuck if I know which board this thread should go on...

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Monkey King: Hero is Back (don't laugh) has broken box office records in China since its release on 10 July, grossing 730 million yuan ($117.6m) and handily beating Kung Fu Panda 2 as China's highest-ever earning animated feature: http://www.animationmagazine.net/features/monkey-king-hero-is-back-sets-chinese-animation-record/

I've been following this picture for a while (since charting the explosive growth of China's box office has been a stupidly nerdy hobby of mine) but it's exploded on my tumblr feed over the last couple of days as more people have just heard about it. There's fanart and all sorts creeping across the web. Now, I think this movie looks like the bee's knees and I'm crossing my fingers some enterprising distributor picks it up for release over here in the Anglosphere, but what do the rest of you peeps reckon?
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Only thing I'm worried about is how much artistic freedom the writers have to express their messages and how much the government sticks their noses into things. Granted all countries have that problem but the West has seen its share of successful works with explicit anti-government themes.
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The authorities are pretty hands-off when it comes to censorship, it's more about terrifying filmmakers into making changes themselves than fiddling around directly. One of the quirks of the Chinese film market is that there is no rating system - no age restrictions, no parental guidance, no nothing. The state film board ("SARFT") either clears a movie for everybody or clears it for nobody, there is no in-between. SARFT's guidelines for what is allowed and what isn't are arbitrary and known only to them, so filmmakers are left to second-guess what SARFT will greenlight and what they won't. For example, it's a-okay for wee tykes to see Japanese soldiers bayonetting babies out of pregnant stomachs, but it's probably best to leave on that one frame of two ladies in a Shanghai nightclub kissing on the mouth on the cutting room floor, that sort of thing. For a long time Chinese studios shied away from time travel because SARFT criticised how it indulged in nostalgia for despotic feudal pasts, and there was a general fatwa against ghosts because of official edicts against belief in the supernatural. Nevertheless, you will still see the occasional movie, TV show or novel that gleefully delights in ghosts and time travel...because there is no official restriction that can resist the power of bribery. 70% of the current box office smash Monster Hunt was reshot because the main star (Kai Ko) was arrested on drug charges and SARFT rules state that movies should not star actors indicted of offences. But two movies that starred Kai Ko were released after his arrest just fine with no official backlash. Why? Search me. Whether SARFT allows or bans a movie seems largely dependent on whether the censor had a cooked breakfast that morning.

One thing you may notice about all of these projects is the heavy emphasis on traditional Chinese fantasies and fairy tales and kung fu hijinks. Very little modern day concepts, very little sci fi, very little based on anything outside China's borders. You may remember some years back that the Chinese media establishment had a bit of a collective nervous breakdown over the break-out success of Kung Fu Panda (especially the sequel). Even before that, Chinese filmmakers and opinion-formers have had a bee in their bonnet about Disney's and Dreamworks' ability to package a flanderised chop suey version of their culture and somehow sell it to Chinese audiences better than Chinese companies themselves could. It prompted a lot of soul-searching, a lot of incompetent attempts at aping the Dreamworks style in a passive-aggressive way, and most importantly a concerted attempt to study what the secret to Kung Fu Panda's was and see if they could tap into something uniquely Chinese that offered the same appeal. I'm sure, once Chinese studios have found their feet and created their own homegrown success stories, they'll start to branch out into fresh areas and experiment with concepts that can strike a chord with the international market.
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I wonder what the underground yaoi market there is like. I know from personal experience how enormous the audience is, and I doubt the recent crackdown would put a damper on that.
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So it's look like the Swat Kats are coming back.......

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1820796125/swat-kats-revolution
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Anonymous
I think part of the nineties aesthetics have to take in the kind of gravitation to geometric design and clean gray shades that came from the architecture and interior decoration considered professional. The kind of stuff they saw as cutting edge technology back then. There was a lot of office aesthetics that were considered earmarks for technology, as a sort of counter to the RADICAL social design.

It's a sort of growth from designs started in the eighties, but slimmed down and brightened for the nineties.
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Also laser tag.
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The diversification of media and sub-cultures in the '90s does make it hard to pin down a distinctly '90s "style", but if we're sticking with kids' stuff I do agree there was a tangible shift towards "XTREEEME!" concepts and trappings. More specifically, the co-opting of rebellious imagery by corporations and the establishment to either sell brands or push conformist messages (y'know, "radical dudes don't do drugs", that sort of thing). Kids my age didn't buy it because the stuff being pumped out was always a bit too sleek and colourful (before the grime filter came down in the noughties). It was like a game we all played with the brands being shoved on us, where we took pride in being smarter than the media we consumed and yet still consumed it, which is where the "irony" part comes in.
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