>>235282 Ehhh, as great as DCAU is, it's not perfect. The last season of JLU, first season of Zeta Project, and majority of Static Shock sucked, Batman and Superman had just as many shitty episodes as classics, and its portrayal of Supes and Joker were pretty crappy. (Design and voices were perfect, but their actual characters were fucked)
>>235287 >>235289 The problem I have with Joker is that he's inconsistent. In the World's Finest 3-parter and Phantasm movie, when he sees death moving his way, he just laughs. That's the Joker I know. But most of the time he's actively scared of death and acts more like a typical cartoon villain than the Joker, showing more emotion than he really should.
So who remembers when he escaped from prison by riding a Christmas Tree rocket out through the ceiling. Then kidnapped Commissioner Gordon, Bullock and some reporter to act out a sitcom/hostage situation?
Yeah, it really deepened the writer and which episode to get a handle on how Joker acted.
>>235295 That's... sort of true? He's rarely ever in a situation where it really applies, so I wouldn't exactly call it a pillar of his character. Joker being inconsistent about such a small thing feels itself somewhat consistent with him. He's got self-preservation skills, but he'll gladly die for a morbid joke.
>>235296 Well not so much death, but even though he cares about self-preservation, he shouldn't care about what happens to him, whether it be death or getting arrested. It just weirds me out when I see him scream in genuine fear, or beg for his life, when that's just not something he would ever do.
>>235295 He usually isn't afraid of dying. But when he is (sounds like a meme...), I kinda like it. He's always laughing and thinking he's getting away and that everything works according to his plan or how he imagines it to turn out. But then, at the moment where he actually IS dying and can't be saved, he gets a moment of realization.
I really liked that in "Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker". I forgot how he reacted in Arkham City. He was laughing till the end I think but not as happy as usual.
>>235548 It wasn't an interpretation. It was my imagination to fight my annoyance while watching the movie. Which I just watched because everyone kept telling me how AWESOME it is, with me doubting it.
And guess what - it wasn't awesome. It looked awesome. But it wasn't awesome itself. The Disney 3D design is uncanny valley and noone seems to see that, the sidekick snowman is annoying, the songs are annoying, the plot (while trying something new) still wasn't interesting, the self-aware day-one marriage plot didn't distract from all the Disney tropes still used, it wasn't funny... it's a friggin girl movie. That's my recension.
>>236355 >circular lid falling through the hole it covered >when the whole point of circular lids is that they can't do this because there's no way to make them less wide Like... just make it a rectangle?
So you probably remember that obviously fake, yet rather well animated TMNT/Thundercats/Sailor Moon mishmash cartoon trailer, Super Atomic something-something Rabbit? //youtube.com/watch?v=DvqXRFPU_aQ
Who I assume is the creator sent me this: https://gumroad.com/theline#
So yeah, as we assumed this is fan work, and now the guy is going the extra lenght asking money for the digital download of the sketches and groundwork for the project - plus, some original comic he made as a kid in the nineties that was the basis of it.
As I told him too - he could have gotten FAR more views if he came out with this as a fan-work... like that awesome Star Wars fan-animation, this would have gotten a lot of feedback or even a kickstarter if he did not try to con people from the get-go.
Voice recording is done in Canada. I wonder if my main man Scott McNeil will show up at some point. He does this one reptilian sounding voice that you'd think they'd find room for in a show about dinosaur and reptile machines.
So, even more on this Super Atomic Mega Rabbit thing. It continues to say that they did the whole "it's a real thing!" on purpose to gain wide-spread fame, well... given the what, 70.000 views? I have seen MLP FiM music videos get more.
That said they did put a lot of effort into this, just not sure why, or how it will be wroth it. Maybe guy won the lottery and hired a freelance animation studio to make an intro from his 6-page comic he drew as a kid 24 years ago?
>>238225 Mind telling me the name of this show? You guys only said "It's bob the builder if the vehicles were dinosaurs". And yeah, Scott MCNeil was Dinobot. He HAS to show up. As does Gregg Berger. :)
>>238249 Being dismissive tends to mean you don't want more of it. >>238248 From how >>238150 read, it feels more like anger over them making it look authentically fake and pretending that it is. And then with >>238244, he's heavily questioning the purpose of why some people made a fun short animation because you're not supposed to make something new and fun without some sort of grand scheme to make money off it or something? Seriously, it seems like you're being overly negative about this. They're an animation studio and all they did was make a short film. If you like it, that's fine. If you don't like it, that's also fine, but you don't have to give them flak for how many views they have or something pointless like that. The end-product looks great and that's all that should matter.
Oh Hi, obviously-the-author dude from youtube with the 20 fake accounts. I see you finally bothered to look around the web? To reinstate what I told you quite a few times on Youtube too, to your various alt-IDs. I don't like to be lied to and mislead. Not just me, based on the comments and the lukewarm reception your failed from the start idea got. And y'know what? It PAINS me, because what you made could have been amazing, had you tried to make it from the get-go as a honest-to-God effort to make a show like the old 80ies cartoons, with anthros. The furry community alone would have been behind you on that, not to mention the many fans of 80ies toons.
But nope, you had to make the "found footage" viral marketing ad thing. Why exactly? It was an elaborate effort to make your animation go viral... and it failed. Look at the kickstarters for a Swat Kats revival - your work could have been THAT successful if you were honest. So, here is your lesson for today... dishonesty doesn't pay.
Did not see it posted here yet- This was uploaded recently - guy says it cames from the producers, and it was actually not a cartoon, just unused cutscenes from the first game. Although, a Crash Bandicoot cartoon would have been nice. :)
>>238316 Dreamworks needed stuff to fill their massive 300 hour Netflix plan, hence Dragon was pulled back and put on their and likely Panda is next after the movie comes out. And overall Turbo and Puss in Boots that I've seen are pretty solid shows.
>>238316 I think it was like an experiment or something. They had the deal set, so they figured they'd start off with a cartoon for their upcoming movie, get Titmouse to do it while they work on the other stuff. Someone must like it since they renewed it for a second season.
>>238330 First: That stupid ass milk joke was old the first time. Second: Once again, an animation studio puts 2D animation in which looks MUCH better than the 3D animation, which makes you wish the whole movie was in 2D. Same with Kung Fu Panda. Or any artbook from any Pixar or Disney movie.