>>227699 Looks like the thread is still going Someone has a link to a DVD of some of the episodes and it showing some of them. Looks like standard Europe fare. If it can stay around till tomroow it may get included in the Poppy thread. Which wil happen regardless lack of update.
>>227982 I love the history around this pic. It was actually made DAYS before Ozai's face was fully revealed and posted the day before the episode. It was awesome how close the face was to how it actually was from just compositing Zuko's face and the Ozai's chin.
>>232344 Yeah, he's a blue bear now. Something about he realized that drawing himself was a bit to self-inserty, or something like that. He's still the Grade A bellend he's always been. /co/ prime hasn't flipped their collective shit concerning Dobsen in awhile so I don't have any recent news on the bastard.
>>245570 A "cult classic" form 1982, The Secret of NIMH. Simultaneously one of the most beloved animated films out there, and one of the most debated (it's "meaning", as well as "perfect vs mostly great but with several major flaws").
Won't link or pic here because NSFW, but FilthyPaladin has a great talent for drawing on-style, and I love it. Apart from actual edits, I find that it's very rare to see fan art done in the same style as the source material.
That's not to say it is bad when an artist uses their own style to reimagine a character. Of course not. But there is something special about fan art that could pass off as an actual piece of the source work.
>>247957 And on that topic, I saw this set near Melbourne, Australia. Unfortunately I had to compile it with Google Maps images so there are cars in the way and size limit made me compress it. Here are some cleaner shots of it someone else took, but it's missing half the characters: https://imgur.com/a/h9MKA
>>419410 I know that was the reason they did it, but it makes no sense given how every other animal in the jungle can talk. (well maybe except for the crocodiles). Imagine if Scar could not talk... Also, guess that did not stop Disney from killing off the human villain of the movie. That was one of the most dark deaths scenes ever I saw in a toon...
>>421268 I never understood what that word means, or where it comes from... "jobber". It is a job taking a fall? >>421268 Final Fight? What is that? Wrestling show? I have not seen WWF since well, the nineties.
>>421286 >I never understood what that word means, or where it comes from... "jobber". It is a job taking a fall?
It means exactly just that. IIRC it is a boxing or wrestling term, where game endings were sometimes fixed. So the loser didn't lose because he was the worse fighter, as you'd expect in what is a sports competition, he lost because his job was to lose.
He wasn't a fighter, he was a jobber.
>Final Fight? What is that? Wrestling show? I have not seen WWF since well, the nineties.
Random trivia: Final Fight, Saturday Night Slam Masters, and Street Fighter all take place in the same universe (lot of FF characters made it into Street Fighter Alpha too). Zangief of SF and Haggar are rivals in the wrestling scene. Haggar copied the spinning lariat from Zangief, and Zangief stole Haggars piledriver. Except that while Zangief was practicing the piledriver move on a bear in siberia, he got caught in a tornado, that's where he got the idea of making his version the Spinning Piledriver, which has become his signature move. This story is an official part of the games lore btw.