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/co/ General: Legendary Defender Edition

The new Voltron series drops next Friday. To tide you over until then, watch the show’s studio-crafted sizzle reel:

http://bryankonietzko.tumblr.com/post/145330049837/
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Anonymous
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I love Allura's new design in this. Can't tell if her hair is supposed to be blue or white like Kida's though.
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If the don't ever say the form such and such speech while transforming I'll be sad.
No.243054
Alpharius
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>>243042
I vaguely remember hearing that the Bryke is going to work on Voltron and that post mostly confirms it.
>the former Korra crew and animators
I'm curious about what animators got invited for this and which of the Korra animation studios they are going with.
No.243056
Anonymous
>>243054
Looks to be Mir again.
No.243057
thatother1dude !!/PKS88+dMMc
>>243054
>I vaguely remember hearing that the Bryke is going to work on Voltron and that post mostly confirms it.
No, they aren't, they're just excited because people they know are. Both of them are working are things outside animation: one's writing a novel, the other a comic.
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Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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Reminder that Muhammad Ali defeated Superman in a boxing match.

RIP to the GOAT.
No.243068
Anonymous
>>243060
Wrong thread dude.
No.243069
rasputin_zero !!e9Z+3lbULwW
>>243054
I made a post over in /a/ some months back about Voltron's particulars: >>119360
The showrunners are Lauren Montgomery and Joaquim dos Santos - they've largely got the Korra gang back together for this show, sans Bryke. I'm glad they got this gig, these people are way too talented to be out of work.
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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Lupin the IX
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Anonymous
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Voltron on June 10, King Julien on June 17, and Dragons on June 24
They should have had something lined up for the 3rd to have an entire month of Dreamworks.
I'd nominate puss in boots because I'm interested in seeing where they're going after that cliffhanger.
No.243099
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Another Voltron clip: //youtube.com/watch?v=qSJ-HhxLuMcyoutube thumb
No.243100
Anonymous
Replies:>>243101
Is Shiro still going to die like Sven? Or will they just make Allura's role more proactive to compensate?
No.243101
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>243100

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
No.243102
Anonymous
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i don't have netflix, how long before I can watch the show pirated?
No.243103
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>243102

I’d expect a day or two, at most, between the official release and the torrents.
No.243104
Mister Twister
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A new drawing by Lauren. May or may not become something bigger in the future.
No.243105
Anonymous
>>243104
Best to that. Lady knows how to build a world.
No.243108
Anonymous
>>243104
If she pitches may it go well. I'd say she'd do a good job pitching to Netflix.
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Alpharius on the move
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First official teaser poster for Moana.
No.243113
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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>>243112

OH FUCK, IT'S A WIND WAKER MOVIE
No.243114
Anonymous
>>243113
>>243112
7.8/10, too much water.
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Mister Twister
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Don Bluth and Gary Goldman said the Dragon's Lair pitch trailer already has 2.5 minutes done.
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No.243116
Anonymous
>>243115
Hoping for a Netflix pickup.
No.243120
Anonymous
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http://www.ign.com/articles/2016/06/07/voltron-legendary-defender-is-highly-serialized-say-producers

>Voltron Legendary Defender is "Highly Serialized," Say Producers


I'm ready to see a show that builds upon each episode. And doesn't have a clipshow mixed in there.


>IGN: What do you think it is, beyond the serialization -- tonally, maybe -- that makes your take on the mythology stand out from previous iterations?

>Montgomery: I think we've tried to make the stakes feel a lot more real. I think the original Voltron was kind of a product of its time, and there was a fear of putting anything too real or intense in a children's show. Everything was kind of diluted and very easy and clean and safe, and we just want to, not necessarily make something super crazy or traumatizing for kids, but definitely bring in some of the real drama and stakes back into the story so that these characters do make decisions that have consequences, that will ultimately last throughout the show.

>Dos Santos: And, you know, I think there's something to be said for a bad guy that is just purely evil, but I always appreciate when there's a level of complexity to the villain. So if you look at some of the more popular villains out there, somebody like Darth Vader or Magneto, you know, there's this aspect of their character that you kind of relate to, and you understand why they might have made those decisions. I think we've tried to bring that into this show as well. As the series progresses and you get more filled in on the backstory, you'll kind of see two points of view. You won't necessarily agree with the decision to go evil, but there might be some relatable aspects there. Whereas in the previous version, Zarkon and the bad guys, they were just bad guys.

Lets see what happens when executives and S&P aren't looking over their shoulders.

Shiro likely to heel turn. I blame that moe Drow Witch
No.243121
Anonymous
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>>243120
Wonder if they're aware of the original series GoLion.
As a good 80's giant robot anime, it was pretty violent and brutal.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voltron#GoLion
No.243122
Anonymous
>>243121
They are. That is why they are going with Shiro as one of the callbacks to that version. Series goes up Friday so we'll see how much they pull from that source.
No.243127
Anonymous
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Stupid brown space elf. Damn she's adorable.
No.243128
DudeWithMoney !SFwR6DnH/Y
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The first twenty minutes or so suffer pretty heavily from gotta-get-the-party-together-as-soon-as-possible, which results in a lot of characters doing things for unclear reasons. It gets better after that.
No.243131
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>243127

Moar!
No.243133
F-ing
>>243128
oh thank gosh. I'm really diggin it so far, but it feels a bit rushed.

...
I miss Korra.
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Anonymous
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Allura is a treasure.
No.243135
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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Whoawhoawhoaholdthefuckup PIDGE IS A GIRL?!
No.243136
Anonymous
>>243135
Honestly I never realized they were implied to be anything otherwise until after I went back and looked through promo stuff. Guess I didn't pay attention to that too closely.
There goes Dreamworks with more of their season ending cliffhangers.
At least a couple of other ones we've left off on will be resolving later this month.
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Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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GET IN THE FUCKING LION
No.243139
Anonymous
Shiro is tripping up so many death flags, I'm amazed he didn't already die this season like the original Shirogane/Sven did.
>>243139
Well, it is only the first 13 episodes.
Even though they're called seasons by Netflix, I think it's just generally considered by all the showrunners that the combined 26 episodes of two seasons is equal to a season.
No.243146
Anonymous
Replies:>>243149
>>243120
Having just marathoned it, it's not really all that dark nor are the villains very complex (yet). Still enjoyed it though.
>>243139
On the contrary, I'm convinced it won't happen. They've changed the show up enough in other ways.
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Anonymous
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Sometimes /co/ can still come up with good stuff.
No.243149
thatother1dude !!/PKS88+dMMc
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>>243146
>On the contrary, I'm convinced it won't happen. They've changed the show up enough in other ways.
I hope it doesn't, because I like the guy, but that was kind of the point of the original Shirogane.
No.243153
Anonymous
>>243149

He came to earth in a Robeast Drop Coffin. He was supposed to destroy but needed up going Goku. How long till he gets activated?
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Alpharius on the move
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>>243112
Trailer
https://i.4cdn.org/wsg/1465758581637.webm
No.243158
Anonymous
>>243156
>Lin-Manuel Miranda
Huh, that's cool.
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Hm, the Home cartoon already has a release day for next month. While there's still nothing on Del Toro's Trollhunters.
Maybe they're saving that for the winter so it doesn't have to compete with Voltron.
No.243174
Anonymous
>>243173
Wonder how DreamWorks ATV can use this one.
No.243178
Anonymous
sigh

https://wannabeanimator.tumblr.com/post/145940388250/disney-and-dreamworks-have-come-up-with-a-new

please stop pissing me off, hollywood
No.243179
Anonymous
>>243178
Oh and omitting the part

>if they talked about the policy they'd be blackballed from working with any studio.

May some judge give them an exploration with a barbed wire bat.
No.243181
Alpharius on the move
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>>243178
That is a dark rabbit hole. I'm curious if that whole wage-fixing debacle is what is also happening over in Japan or if the massive number of studios, artists and currently airing shows make the Japanese animation job market a completely different beast.
No.243182
Anonymous
>>243181
Its Similar. But mostly worse going by all the stories of how the companies treat their workers.

http://www.cartoonbrew.com/artist-rights/japans-animation-industry-isnt-just-tough-its-illegally-harsh-110074.html

and more

http://www.cartoonbrew.com/artist-rights/storyboard-artist-accuses-chipmunks-maker-bagdasarian-productions-unethical-behavior-140334.html

Excuse for the Badasarian story is there a non union shop (and assholes)

But this case its just they are assholes that got caught I believe during the Sony email leak which exposed the collusion (which as noted those being abused cannot talk about lest they get blackballed)
Oh, speak of the devil and he brings news.
http://deadline.com/2016/06/trollhunters-anton-yelchin-kelsey-grammer-ron-perlman-cast-guillermo-del-toro-netflix-animated-series-1201773063/
It is looking for a December release.
I wonder when we get to see a trailer.
No.243195
Anonymous
Replies:>>243197
http://nerdist.com/dreamworks-all-hail-king-julien-pays-tribute-to-twin-peaks/

https://youtu.be/bPQK91gW9vk
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>>243195
A little interview about working on the show
http://www.beyondthecartoons.com/mitch-watson
No.243199
Anonymous
Replies:>>243201
>>243197

Cool article. Nice they got a 78 Half Hour Episode Order. Pretty Respectable. Netflix Batch system seems to work quite well. Always good to read up on what one can possibly get themselves into.

Also love what they talk about wanting to do and how far they are allowed to go.
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>>243199
The fun part about that is when you can clearly see what did make it through for each example they give of something that didn't.
Like the part where they talk about Julien inventing a food that looks like shit that got rejected for looking too much like literal shit; that joke still ends up in there, it's just a regular chocolate bar instead.
No.243203
Anonymous
>>243201
Well it does look like a Baby Ruth which does have that reputation of looking like a turd. Doing the most why staying within the limits the key to animation.
No.243204
The Sneaky Tiki
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Why is the intro for Voltron so incredibly terrible?
No.243205
Anonymous
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>>243204
It's fine if not much more than that.
No.243206
T4 was here
https://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/6266127.html
YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
No.243207
The Sneaky Tiki
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>>243205
Mediocre is the worst thing an intro can be.
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>>243207
Well, the first episode doesn't have one, and Netflix autoplay skips the opening, so it's not really a big concern.
At least you get to see the sweet moon cutter DWATV logo.
No.243209
The Sneaky Tiki
Goddamn it I can't find a good way to torrent Clarence.
Geez, Finding Dory is heavy.
I kind of forgot how scary it can be that Dory forgets, and they just basically bring that to the front the entire movie instead of near the end like with Nemo.
No.243242
Anonymous
Replies:>>243243
Found the Star Trek cartoon on Netflix. Animation isn't that good. But the stories are pretty damn up to par. Wasn't the story that all the scripts for the cartoon were unused they didn't use for the show when it was cancelled.
No.243243
Anonymous
>>243242
Sorta.
They rehired as many of the same writers as they could, and reworked some preexisting scripts to fit the half hour format.
No.243244
Anonymous
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//youtube.com/watch?v=LVv_SLiXtRQyoutube thumb

Clip of Ben 10 Reboot.
No.243245
Anonymous
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>>243244
Why did anyone think this was even necessary?
No.243246
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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>>243245

CN can probably still make money on the merchandising.
No.243250
Anonymous
>>243246
Pretty much it. Omniverse hit the wall on how much product they could push so they are now going with this.
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TeethandHunger
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https://soundcloud.com/itsamike/boom-shadow

boom-shadow
Vocals by Mike Pollock
(Rise of) Lyrics © 2015 by Mike Pollock and Bill Freiberger

Just listen to this.
No.243257
Anonymous
Replies:>>243267
>>243254
Heh. So Hardcore Shadow or Beach Bum don't give a shit Shadow? Which is funnier.
No.243267
TeethandHunger
>>243257
Edgecore Shadow with long monologs will always be funniest, but a Shadow who takes his beach bumming seriously would be funny too. "I am the ultimate beach enthusiast!" Shadow would scream at random while building his sand castle.

Boom Sonic is more of a beach bum type anyway.
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An ancient evil has awakened, I have a hard time imagining what Dulcinea is going to do about it.
No.243287
Anonymous
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>>243280
She's Pureheart OP
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>>243287
Still a tall order.
Puss in Boots felt like it got a lot better in the second season with the addition of a little bit of serialization, so it'll be interesting to see how they go about resolving the cliffhanger the previous season built to and what they do afterward.
It'll be disappointing if it's just over in a two-parter and then right back to purely episodic hijinks.
No.243294
Anonymous
>>243292
Yea Puss in Boots was one of the earlier ones and I think after the first season that Netflix started to learn they wanted Serialized shows. Next season will likely carry that trend.
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Also, new cartoons
http://www.cartoonbrew.com/internet-television/netflix-announces-6-new-animated-series-141106.html
I bet you didn't expect Dreamworks to bring Spirit back.
No.243296
Mister Twister
>>243295
I thought Spirit was a Lion King ripoff. Why make a brand new TV show based on 20 year old ripoff?

It's gonna suck.
No.243297
Alpharius
>>243295
As long as they don't touch Prince of Egypt I'll be happy.
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>>243296
I never really got a lion king vibe from spirit.
I don't think he even has an evil uncle, it's man that's the villain.
No.243301
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>243299

So it's a Bambi ripoff then.
No.243340
Anonymous
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/comcast-strikes-deal-netflix-908452

Netflix cable box integration.

Cool, looks like DreamWorks deals are safe.
No.243341
Anonymous
>>243301
Why not watch it before deciding what it's a ripoff of? I mean I haven't seen it either, but it seems kind of douchey to insist that a movie you've never seen is this or that.
No.243342
Anonymous
Replies:>>243343
>>243296
>>243301
Why would you think it's either of those things? It's obviosuly Every Young Adult Novel About Small Chldren With Wild Horses: The Animated Motion Picture.
>>243342
Perhaps it was meant it was like Lion King in the way it influenced everyone to draw their cartoon horses in the style of the movie.
I guess.
Do most people do the same human-esque horse eyes thing Spirit does?
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Mister Twister
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Looks like 2D is always fucking needed:
https://vimeo.com/172137346
No.243384
Anonymous
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>>243383
Well sure. Can't sketch a CG model.
No.243385
Mister Twister
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>>243384
And yet, lots of people are still convinced you do not need to draw anymore now that 3D animation exists.
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>>243385
I mean, most things have story boards.
It's useful for planning things.
No.243396
Anonymous
>>243395
And rough action animatics without the in betweens frames to get a sense of the motions and such,
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Mister Twister
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Spark is finally acknowledged, and was previewed SOMEWHERE:
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It felt like a bit of a cop-out for the giant thing he summoned to be just a statue, but I do like how it's always looming over establishing shots of the city, even during more light-hearted episodes.
story mode is really working for this show.
No.243443
Anonymous
>>243439
No longer invisible but now inaccessible at the top of a looming demon wolf. I think it works.
No.243451
Jumpman
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https://twitter.com/girlposts/status/754793957993897984

Very surprised the show flat out said Clyde has two Dads, instead of just implying it by having them stand together all the time.
No.243461
Anonymous
Replies:>>243462
>>243451

Well Nick has thrown support behind the Korra and Asami paring after it came about and gained positive attention. Guess its just a advancement of all of that going forward.
No.243462
Anonymous
Replies:>>243465
>>243461

And if you believe Bryke, Nick always had their backs on it, but couldn't afford to actually show Korrasami as a full-bore romantic couple because of concerns about overseas networks (specifically in countries that have strict rules about that sort of thing).
No.243465
Anonymous
Replies:>>243467
>>243462

Well that and the unwritten rule that they all including the executives had accepted that it just couldn't be done. Also knowing how often one of a same sex pairing often gets a death flag in their relationship it's likely a good thing it was at the finsh line.

But now there is a baseline for such things going forward. From the way the Voltron crew talks it may be something they want to visit. Nothing solid on that but I wouldn't mind that sorta thing playing out with a new inclusion to the cast on that show.
No.243467
Anonymous
>>243465
It's on Netflix so it's up in the air but I imagine they have looser restrictions than network television. Anyways I have high expectations for any queer romance in Voltron being better written, since they would have had time to plan it from the series' inception, and they already have a buffer of at least half a season for the characters to form bonds first, rather than diving headfirst into a crappy love triangle that poisoned the characters for the rest of the series like Korra did.
No.243468
Anonymous
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>>243451
Didn't expect much from the guy who ran Dexter into the ground but that was actually kind of amusing. Is the show any good?
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Am I being rused? I don't recall hearing any of these guys in the commentary tracks.
No.243474
Jumpman
Replies:>>243480
>>243468
Chris Savino's Dexter run was bad, but his PPG run was not bad. He worked on some good stuff, like The Flintstones: On the Rocks.

I don't watch a lot of TV animation these days, but I liked the preview episodes Nick released. It's probably the most relatable show on the network.

>I think they knew at that point that what we were doing with the show was right and they should just kind of continue letting us make it as we were making it, with no real stepping back and redoing anything.It was really great to see that it tested well, although I think it was also just the right place and the right time. I think that at the moment kids are looking for something a bit more relatable, but that’s going to change soon enough. I think it just happened to be that kids had had enough of funny animal cartoons, or snarky potty humour shows, especially on Nickelodeon, and hopefully they are ready for a human-based show that has a lot more heart than you would expect.

http://www.beyondthecartoons.com/meet-the-artist-chris-savino/
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Mister Twister
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Well, apparently, this is happening:
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/matt-reeves-gary-whitta-adapt-912076
No.243480
Anonymous
Replies:>>243483
>>243474

>I think it just happened to be that kids had had enough of funny animal cartoons, or snarky potty humour shows, especially on Nickelodeon

I wonder if this encompasses the hundred hours of Spongebob reruns per week?
No.243483
Anonymous
>>243480
Which is funny since Loud House started out as a family of Rabbits and about double the number of sisters. I do wonder if this had been green lit closer to the release of Zootopia if that would have stayed.
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Mister Twister
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So, this woman managed to take a class at Gobelins during summer holidays, and produce this:
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No.243507
Anonymous
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>>243506
Are you sure that was not better put in the Cartoon Animals thread?
>>243165
No.243509
Anonymous
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>>243507

What, are they not allowed to post it in this thread?
No.243510
Mister Twister
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>>243509
The cartoon animals threads were originally created as a place for drawings that did not really belong anywhere else (as least that's what I wanted). Anon is just making fun of my earlier post.
No.243511
Anonymous
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>>243510
But then why did you do you earlier post? >>243489
No.243512
Mister Twister
>>243511
Because the way I saw it, the webcomics thread was made to post page updates, since that's all the content posted there. The already existing fanart thread was for all /co/-related fan drawings, while the wc thread had the new pages.
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Mister Twister
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http://dragonslairthemovie.com/34th-anniversary-of-the-secret-of-nimh/
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Mister Twister
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The Scotsman, /co/ version:
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0jcbZLdM7gf

Credit goes to Anonymous.
No.243646
Alpharius
>>243644
SHITPOSTAN'
VODKA CHUGN'
ANIMAL FUCKAH'
That was a good thread.
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I'm trying to give the Home cartoon a chance, but it's not making a good first impression with its DWA logo.
No.243648
Anonymous
Replies:>>243790
>>243647
Thurop Van Orman is on it so I've got confidence that it'll be fine even it it doesn't look that snazzy compared to the others at the moment.

Also they've picked up his Black Forest film which is cool. Go Thurop.
No.243651
Mister Twister
>>243647
I liked it better when it was a 5 minute short.
No.243653
Mister Twister
Replies:>>243657
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It's nice to know that, even before getting the full funding, they are already doing some work on the movie.
No.243657
Anonymous
Replies:>>243658
>>243653
I backed it back when but man, I have been awful at keeping up with it. I think there's a backer exclusive dev blog even? How's that?
No.243658
Mister Twister
>>243657
If you paid, I think, 15 bucks, you got exclusive access. I gave 10.
No.243662
Mister Twister
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//youtube.com/watch?v=lDvVBUPtWO4youtube thumb

This is happening.


Well, almost.... mostly...
No.243666
T4 was here
Replies:>>243676
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http://www.watchcartoononline.com/lego-nexo-knights-episode-5-fright-knight
And Lego does a great monstergirl again!
Also Green Knight gives zero fucks and I love him.
No.243676
Anonymous
Replies:>>243682
>>243666
Wrong thread, furry fetish is over there.
No.243682
Mister Twister
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>>243676
>furry fetish thread
Sadly, that description is now very correct.

In other words, Finding Dory is a frickin' masterpiece.
No.243685
Mister Twister
>>243682
*in other news
No.243686
Anonymous
Replies:>>243688
>>243682

Heard good things. Those with family suffering from mental illness will be greatly impacted. Positively.
No.243688
Mister Twister
Replies:>>243689
>>243686
>Heard good things
You mean you haven't watched it yet? Do it fast, once it leaves the theaters, it's ogre!
No.243689
Anonymous
Replies:>>243690
>>243688

Eh no good ones around here. Netflix should have it in a few months since they've now got that agreement with Disney.
No.243690
Mister Twister
>>243689
That sucks. People should have at least 1 good theater (relatively) close to them.
No.243694
Alpharius
Watchmen - Adapting The Unadaptable
//youtube.com/watch?v=5oltd-Jsi2Iyoutube thumb
No.243699
Anonymous
Oh hey, a new episode of Lucky Pie came out two months ago:
//youtube.com/watch?v=kpD_IRCfgI0youtube thumb
>>243648
I guess he was only there for a bit
https://twitter.com/littlethurop/status/762083187820404736
No.243829
The Sneaky Tiki
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No.243830
The Sneaky Tiki
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No.243831
The Sneaky Tiki
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Hillbilly is fucking amazing.
No.243927
Anonymous
Replies:>>243938
>Ben 10 is an international sensation.

Huh, learn something new every day.
No.243938
Anonymous
Replies:>>243939
>>243927
Oh yeah.
He's pretty big in latinamerica.
No.243939
Anonymous
>>243938
Actually getting theme park rides and parts of the toy line they'd not bothered to release in the US. Always interesting to hear of another Saint Seiya type situation.
No.243994
Alpharius
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Anybody else see Kubo and the Two Strings? It was amazing.
No.243995
Anonymous
>>243994
Loved the behind the scenes stuff. Crazy scope of the stop motion they made for the film.
No.243997
Anonymous
Replies:>>244043
>>243994
Probably will see it this weekend. Anyone know if it's worth watching in 3D?
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What if it's all connected into one Dreamworks universe?
No.244036
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Nobody’s a nobody and everybody is weird like you and me

//youtube.com/watch?v=QbaebqlQmW8youtube thumb
No.244043
Anonymous
>>243997
It's OK, accentuated the visuals but doesn't wow you with them either. Was a solid movie overall but did anyone think Monkey's voice acting sounded a little... off?
No.244067
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Honest Trailers takes down Batman: The Killing Joke.

//youtube.com/watch?v=oSYZekLljpgyoutube thumb
Man, the new season of the Croods ends on an actual dramatic cliffhanger.
Why is DWA Netflix so dense with season ending cliffhangers, it's starting to stress me out, like I can't even look forward to an even numbered season of any of their shows now.
Like, Shiro is totally dying for the dramatic cliffhanger to Season 2 of Voltron.
No.244069
Mister Twister
Replies:>>244070
Rewatched Titan AE for ??th time. It still amazes me that, with its clusterfuck of a prolonged troubled production, Don and Gary and company still managed to cobble together a coherent working film that I personally consider great.
No.244070
Alpharius
Replies:>>244079
>>244069
Holo Graphic shower curtains, who thought that was a good idea?
No.244079
Mister Twister
>>244070
They could be made of anything, nowhere are we told they are not solid.
No.244087
Anonymous
Replies:>>244090
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Grant Morrison has gone bleedin' mad!
No.244090
Anonymous
>>244087
Harambe revenge robots from space? Memes have gone too far.
No.244119
Mister Twister
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9 is almost perfect, which raises it about "great".

Just watch it.
No.244124
Mister Twister
>>244119
*above great
No.244149
DudeWithMoney !SFwR6DnH/Y
Replies:>>244152
>>244119

It's got fantastic design work, but that's about it. The script is a complete shitshow.
No.244152
Mister Twister
>>244149
I disagree, but I know I cannot change your mind.
No.244203
Anonymous
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Well, shit.

>I am stunned and saddened by the death of cartoonist C. Martin Croker, who's perhaps best known as the modern voice of Zorak and Moltar. RIP

https://twitter.com/gregmethod/status/777366595161231361
No.244204
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244203

FUCK 2016.
No.244205
Alpharius
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>>244203
No.244206
Anonymous
>>244203
jesus christ
No.244213
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>244222
https://www.reddit.com/r/adultswim/comments/53f3bn/details_about_c_martin_crokers_death/

//youtube.com/watch?v=Rd5ceg8zU40youtube thumb

;_;
No.244215
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>244222
https://twitter.com/adultswim/status/778015259219066880
https://twitter.com/viperxmns/status/778035884851691520

MY FUCKING HEART. ;_____;
No.244222
Anonymous
>>244213
>>244215
Bit too much oxygen in here now.
No.244273
Anonymous
Replies:>>244275
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Why do stream websites put porn ads next to cartoons?

Sure, I browse /aco/, /trash/ and /pco/, but still.
No.244274
Anonymous
I decided to watch Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, and I think there have already been two Shakespeare jokes (unless I'm reading too much into the "ruthless, high-priced, prosecuting attorney" "rending human flesh" being Shylock).

I definitely wasn't expecting that.
No.244275
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244273

>Why do stream websites put porn ads next to cartoons?

Pretty sure it’s because those are the only ads they can get, given the whole “illegal streaming site” thing and all.
No.244290
Anonymous
Star vs. has gotten pretty good:

//youtube.com/watch?v=6BYyJ5ETB90youtube thumb
No.244291
Anonymous
>>244290
Does the show have more than 2 expressions now?
No.244292
thatother1dude !!/PKS88+dMMc
Replies:>>244293
>>244290
Did they fix the lack of ambient sound?
No.244293
Anonymous
>>244292
Who was the one they switched to that didn't have as much background music.
No.244322
Snes !v68zTeBMI.
New season of RWBY is coming later this month. Here's a pretty cool teaser:

//youtube.com/watch?v=M0WeiG2-HRQyoutube thumb

Animation looks pretty different from last season, and I think it's a good change.
>Season 3 of Dinotrux releases
>16 episodes instead of the usual 13
Oh gosh
No.244380
Mister Twister
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Well, /co/ done it once again. A thread about obscure british/australian cartoons yielded this weird catch:
//youtube.com/watch?v=Y5jADMBKfEsyoutube thumb

Imagine a short claymation children's show about aliens and space, WITH ACTUAL ALIEN-LOOKING ALIEN DESIGNS.
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So I decided to check out the Kulipari books.
It's fascinating how they tried to fit all the high points of the last book into only two episodes, losing a lot of context in the process.
To the point where the show doesn't even get around to bringing up the sequel hook.
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>>244399
Which makes me wonder if he's going to do something different if he gets to do a second season since the comic is already covering the Poison Scrolls.
No.244403
Mister Twister
Replies:>>244406
>>244399
If not for the show, lots of people would not know the books exist.
No.244406
Anonymous
Replies:>>244408
>>244403
Always find that an interesting Catch 22 sometimes. Some productions you wouldn't know are based on books. Yet differ so much from the books as to be useless to draw people further into the property.

Box Trolls comes as a heavily abridged version of the book series and How to Train your Dragon has a much lighter tone than its source material and I really doubt they will end those movies like the books did.
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>>244406
Makes me wonder if I should read Trollhunters or wait to see it first.
No.244435
Anonymous
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The more you know.
No.244436
Anonymous
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I fucking love Hillbilly.
No.244454
Mister Twister
Replies:>>244467
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For those who cares.
No.244464
Mister Twister
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http://www.denofgeek.com/us/tv/reboot/256279/reboot-the-guardian-code-casting-sides-surface
No.244465
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>244466
>>244464

Well that all sounds like a bunch of horseshit.
No.244466
Anonymous
>>244465

Latest in the long line of reboot ideas being kicked around, with nothing to show of it in the end.
No.244467
Anonymous
>>244454
Spider-man has me interested.
No.244468
Anonymous
Replies:>>244469
>>244464
>main characters are four teens
>not teenager programs, but actual users

Stopped reading right there. It's like whoever is writing that crap actually never watched the show, and instead just read a synopsis, thought "so, it's about people in your PC?" and went with it.
No.244469
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244468

And like the article said, even that’s not a unique idea—especially not in the planned execution.
No.244471
Anonymous
Replies:>>244504
Bob -a properly written Bob, that's it- meeting four user kids could be a potentially poignant and heartbreaking moment if handled well. Poor guy had so much faith in the ultimate benevolence of the otherwise incomprehensible User, alone among the Guardians in his belief that Viruses couldn't possible be designed on purpose to destroy systems (ha!), and even in the opening narration he makes clear that he doesn't buy that the games are just for the User's pleasure (HA!).
No.244504
Anonymous
Replies:>>244505
>>244471
Whoever designed winning games to destroy parts of your computer was a hell of a sadist.
>>244504
Poor user, so bad at video games they can't even win a children's carnival game.
No.244510
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>244511
Posted this over in /jam/, but it works here too, so I’mma put it here.

//youtube.com/watch?v=qAXW4CktofYyoutube thumb

This won Team Four Star’s TIBA abridging contest, and for good reason.
No.244511
Anonymous
Replies:>>244512
>>244510

That's some classic adult swim style humor right there.
No.244512
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>244514
>>244511

The TIBA judges said much the same thing; they compared it to “good Williams Street” and SeaLab 2021.
No.244514
Anonymous
>>244512

Exactly that fantastic delivery and solid jokes.
No.244522
Mister Twister
Replies:>>244530
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Finally received my complete Around the World with Willy Fog DVD box set from UK.

Despite my endless worries, this PAL collection is not hard interlaced to Hell, but instead features progressive footage being left alone, no deinterlacing required.
No.244530
Mister Twister
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>>244522
One more screenshot and that's it.
>waiting for anon to deliver
No.244568
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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Not a rumor, not a troll, not bullshit in any way — Young Justice is officially returning for a third season.

Fuckin’ 2016, man.
No.244570
Anonymous
>>244568
This made my night. Pleased as punch by this.
No.244571
Anonymous
>>244568
I take it YJ is doing well on Netflix then.
No.244574
rasputin_zero !!e9Z+3lbULwW
Replies:>>244575
>>244568
But 2016 is the year terrible things are supposed to happen, not AWESOME things like this.
No.244575
Anonymous
>>244574
It won't start airing until after 2016 is over.
No.244604
Anonymous
Goddamit, maybe you guys can help. I saw a trailer for a pilot of a new animated series ages back, and now I can't find it. Unfortunately, I don't remember the title at all. It was set on a Trigun-esque desert planet, but with robots. The main characters included a cute little maintenance robot, a high-class servant droid looking for her employer, and an unkillable (and unkempt) outlaw. It had an anime-ish look but was also really clearly not Japanese. I think the pilot may have been funded on Kickstarter or Indiegogo.

Anyone know what I'm talking about?
No.244607
Anonymous
Sounds like Cannon Busters, which got a new trailer a couple months ago for backers.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/473463284/cannon-busters-the-animated-series-pilot
No.244608
Mister Twister
Read the script treatment for Dragon's Lair movie (1st act). I'd say it's preddy gud.

Was explicitly asked not to share, so just take my word for it.
So I discovered Simpsums.
I guess I always heard zombie simpsons was a thing, but I didn't realize just how bad it was until I saw someone try to comically recap all the plots and realize that they aren't joking; most of that is actually what happened.
No.244617
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244616

You have my condolences on learning about how bad The Simpsons has become since Seasons 9–11.
No.244619
Anonymous
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>>244616
As someone who never really watched The Simpsons, that channel is hilarious.
No.244620
The Sneaky Tiki
Adventure Time just had it's season finale with a cliffhanger and nothing, no one cared.
No.244621
Anonymous
Replies:>>244622
>>244620
Oh? Well good that its finally over at least
No.244622
Alpharius on the move
Replies:>>244631
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>>244620
>>244621
Season finale. Not series finale. If I recall correctly, Adventure Time is still scheduled for 2 more seasons and a movie.

I'm curious what is happening in the Adventure Time comics. I haven't bought an issue in a long time. And I wonder if the comics will live beyond the cartoon.
No.244623
Anonymous
Could somebody explain to me the whole "Animaniacs sucks/is overrated/hasn't aged well" meme that has been going on for the past 5-6 years?

I finally rewatched a bunch of episodes of the show, and while my opinion that Pinky & The Brain was the top tier (with Freakazoid as the close second) of that wave of WB cartoons hasn't changed, I still found Animaniacs an enjoyable, funny, really well made cartoon. I simply don't understand all the hate.
No.244624
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244623

I don’t get it, either. Someone wanna explain this shit?
No.244625
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244620

Why should people care when Cartoon Network doesn’t?
No.244626
Anonymous
Replies:>>244627
>>244623
It's alright, but it's nowhere near the Messiah that the Internet used to think of it. A lot of the gags are dated pop culture references or repeat themselves over and over, the animation is bad as often as it's good, and only half the cast have gimmicks that can entertain even the first time. The Warner Bros and the Warner Sister themselves are only funny half the time, the rest just being absurdly annoying with no real direction.
No.244627
Anonymous
Replies:>>244628
>>244626
Also John F. Kriflauski hated the show so people shitpost about it. So legit complaints, and trolling something beloved. Same as usual, just like when people tore down BTAS because it was held on such a high pedestal.
No.244628
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244627

John K is an asshole, though. I can’t think of a show he’s ever praised as much as the smell of his own farts.

And BTAS, like Animaniacs, is no perfect show, but it stands the test of time far better than most shows of its era (Animaniacs included). Ignore the existence of “I’ve Got Batman in My Basement” and the show’s overall quality shoots up even more.
No.244629
Anonymous
Replies:>>244630
Only thing I didn't like about Animaniacs was they went too hard on the musical Mickey Mousing to the point it was obnoxious, but every WB show from that era did that. Freakazoid had it and so did BTAS with a more serious version of it.
No.244630
Mister Twister
>>244629
My musical sensibilities (aka: opinions) make me despise Mickey Mousing and "every motion must be accompanied by a musical note", since I only want soundtracks to set the MOOD, not the ACTIONS. I simply hate "whimsical" music (along with puppies and sunshine).

That aside, I find nothing wrong with Animaniacs.
No.244631
The Sneaky Tiki
>>244622
A mini-series is coming again too.
No.244638
Anonymous
>>244620
That's ebcause I have poor time management and missed it. Would help if Cartoon Network didn't ace its schedule page, though I guess I ought to get back on /co/ and get remidned by the threads there.
No.244658
Anonymous
Replies:>>244659
So anyone check out Moana yet? Hearing good things about it though I don't know if it'll be as good as Zootopia.
No.244659
Mister Twister
>>244658
All I know is that they went again with the Disney sameface for the woman.
Replies:>>244665
Why do we have two threads for the same thing?
http://boards.plus4chan.net/co/t243157.html#p243157
No.244665
Anonymous
>>244662
>/co/ General: Legendary Defender Edition
Did you even pay attention to the first sentence of this thread's OP?
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So while the last season finale cliffhanger conditioned me to expect another one, I am left with a lot of questions.
Given that the finale already involved all of Julien's allies gathering together, fighting and losing, I have no idea where he plans to go to get help. It's a prequel so it's not like he can go get some familiar faces from the movies.
Replies:>>244669
Also, still a bit annoyed at how often Dreamworks cartoons drop season finale cliffhangers, even if that means they have to completely shift gears from episodic comedy to do so.
That just makes me anxious for the kinds of cliffhangers the actual serialized shows will drop.
No.244669
Anonymous
Replies:>>244676
>>244667
Guess its a habut they've gotten into being allowed to write whole serialized seasons.
Replies:>>244677
>>244669
Huh, it never occurred to me that Netflix themselves might have a say in things
http://latalkradio.com/content/combat-112516%20#audio_play
But at around 1:40 here, the showrunner says Netflix has been explicitly pushing for them to do more serialized stuff to optimize for binge watching.
And then he goes and says that the season 4 cliffhanger resolution will in fact take up all of season 5 with a deep serialized story that rivals his past work on Scooby Doo Mystery Inc.
I don't even know how you would go about doing that for that setting.
No.244677
Anonymous
Replies:>>244678
>>244676
Damn. Anticipating them getting that done. Would that put them at the episode cap? Hope they get to go into a continuation of Kung Fu Panda whenever they finish with this.
Replies:>>244679
>>244677
The order is for 78, so there would still be a 6th season to go after that.
He talks about that, too. Dreamworks wants lots of shows so he doesn't imagine it's going to be renewed and thus he's already written the series finale to be the finale.
No.244679
Anonymous
Replies:>>244680
>>244678

Well 78 is a good number to go out on. Most animated shows are lucky to even get half that number of half hour shows.

As said I hope they let them move onto another project like Kung Fu Panda.
No.244680
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Replies:>>244691
>>244679

Disney shows that went into syndication (e.g., the Disney Afternoon shows) typically received a 65-episode order. This was done to ensure a show could be run year-round (5 episodes per week, 4 full runs per year). Kim Possible was originally 65 episodes long, too - until the show's fans put together a (successful) campaign to get the show one last season.
>>244680
Either way, it seems like they are planning to go out with a bang, so I will be pretty interested to see that play out next year.
Weird to think that if 52/78 is the average order for all these shows, then most of the first wave is already half over.
Also the last thing from that interview, he mentions they are working on a Felix the Cat cartoon, continuing to put the Dreamworks Classics Library to work on Netflix.
No.244699
TeethandHunger
https://www.watchcartoononline.io/sonic-boom-season-2-episode-1-tommy-thunder-method-actor

Sonic Boom Season 2 Ep1 is out guys.
No.244701
Anonymous
/co/ is raising a racket because Mark Waid wants to change Superman's origin off the Kent's farm... apparently because Kansas voted Trump? Is there any truth to that, or is just /co/ being /co/?
No.244702
Mister Twister
Replies:>>244703
>>244701
Just stop reading Marvel (and DC).
No.244703
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244702

I don’t often agree with Twister, but yeah, quit reading the Big Two and support indie companies (and non-superhero comics).
No.244706
Anonymous
Replies:>>244719
>>244701
It came from his twitter. But its a stupid idea on the basis "Because he didn't interact with anyone other than white people" or Smiilar to those words. Which is a nonsense reason to do that.

Also people forget that he works well with Bruce because he's a counterpoint to his worldview. Making them both from the city alters that a bit too much.
No.244710
Anonymous
>>244701
Mark Waid isn't writing Superman so he can want whatever he pleases, it's not going to happen.
No.244719
Anonymous
>>244706
Uh minorities DO exist in the countryside even if there's not as many of them relative to the city. My aunt-in-law is from a small town in Nebraska and her family were not the only Asians there. Would be easy to buy that Clark's town just happened to be more multicultural than average without breaking suspension of disbelief.
No.244721
Anonymous
Replies:>>244722
Damn, why didn't any one tell me sooner that the Flintstones comic was SO damned good.
No.244722
Anonymous
Replies:>>244736
>>244721
Probably because everyone just took it at face value and assumed it was 2edgey4me even though it was actually a parody.
No.244736
Anonymous
>>244722
Funny thing is, Wacky Raceland falls right up into 2edgey4me territory, and yet still manages to be pretty good.
No.244739
TeethandHunger
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Weeeeeellllllp this happened.
No.244745
Anonymous
>>244739
...Sonic's arms aren't blue? Is this what I think it is?
No.244746
Anonymous
>>244739
Yep its supposed to be exactly who you think it is.
No.244748
Anonymous
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>>244739
Perfect.

>aardvark
No.244754
Anonymous
Replies:>>244757
>>244739
The episode is actually great. It's somewhat a parody of the film Misery
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No.244757
Anonymous
>>244754
well shit, already deleted. I think it was called "The Biggest Fan".
No.244759
Mister Twister
Watched 3 10 minute Mighty Magiswords... s, in a row.

Finally, the big TV has more usage for me other than being a monitor for the PS2.
No.244760
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
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DuckTales is coming back, so what better way is there to celebrate than by having the show’s new cast sing the original show’s theme song? (Answer: THERE IS NO BETTER WAY.)
No.244761
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244760

Also: Holy shit David Tennant as Scrooge.
No.244762
Alpharius on the move
>>244760
Wow, I couldn't have identified Tennat unless you pointed him out.
No.244771
Anonymous
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People saying they only got Tennant for the Dr.Who crowd are nuts. Popular or not its been nearly a decade since he was The Doctor.

Also, gotta love Don Rosa. He made those pieces last year.

Maybe they can get Craig Ferguson to play Flintheart Glomgold Both can just let loose with their natural method of speech.

Hey Disney DOOOO EEEEET

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No.244772
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
Hotdiggedydemon takes a Brain Dump all over the PPG reboot — and nails the reason why that reboot sucks.

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No.244773
Anonymous
Replies:>>244774
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>>244772
>"Talking about a children's cartoons on the internet isn't exactly where I saw my life going."
>"How does a grown man go on the internet and talk about Powerpuff Girls? [...]"
Good job insulting your audience.
No.244774
Anonymous
>>244772
>>244773
But yeah, I have never watched the original series (or most other pre-2010 cartoons, my youth was a shit) but the guy seems spot on. That's a well done review/analysis.

My name is Max G too. Huh.
I appreciate that the Puss in Boots season finale has a full resolution, and just leaves plot threads for the next season instead of doing a huge cliffhanger like usual.
It's funny how the way the spinoff shows are going, the events of the movies are going the be the least exciting things that ever happened to those characters.
No.244783
Anonymous
Replies:>>244788
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No.244788
Anonymous
Replies:>>244789
>>244783
So how many at that table will end up gay with another GF by the end. Pearl already taken, maybe.
No.244789
Anonymous
Replies:>>244790
>>244788
Knives did drunkenly lez out that one time with Scott Pilgrim's other ex-girlfriend I guess, but nothing came of it (apart from in the beat-em-up videogame adaptation where it becomes a special healing move for Kim and in Kim's ending)
No.244790
Anonymous
>>244789
I know some like to speculate that Lin pairs off with Kya though as far as Star is concerned I think Marco is still her end game given that one future scene.
No.244809
Anonymous
Is Hooked on Monkey Phonics a great South Park episode, or is it just that I can relate to it? (the one about the two awkward homeschooled children)

(it's number S3E12)
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26 episodes of Trollhunters will be out later today.
I ended up not reading the book, so I won't know how faithful an adaptation it is until later.
No.244829
Mister Twister
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Update from the Dragon's Lair Movie campaign.

They are completely done with animation, and are now colouring. The final pitch video ended up being over 6 minutes, instead of the promised 5.

I was not allowed to share production art or the rough draft of act 1, so I won't be sharing any of that.
No.244831
Anonymous
Replies:>>244833
Been watching the First episode of Trollhunters. So far the animation looks real soild. Some design shifts from Dragon Riders stuff and looks more Megamind.
No.244833
Anonymous
Replies:>>244834
>>244831
That's the show that's actually by GDT and not Voltron right.
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>>244833
Yes, based on the book he co-wrote.
No.244842
Mister Twister
Epic Rap Battles of.... Something: Don Bluth vs Ralph Bakshi
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Mister Twister
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Sometimes it is hard not to share.

Sometimes some things just have to be seen.
No.244893
Anonymous
Replies:>>244895
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http://www.angelfire.com/wa/HOBBES/info/speech2.html

>THE CHEAPENING OF COMICS
>This is a copy of the speech that Bill Watterson gave at the Festival of Cartoon Art at Ohio State University,October 27, 1989.
Yes, 1989, but I still believe this is interesting and relevant despite the advent of webcomics.

It also sheds a bit of light on his own comic's inspirations and values.
No.244894
Anonymous
Replies:>>244896
As someone who grew up after the 90's and had very little access to cartoons in the 00's, I'm starting to become interested in the history of cartoons, at least around the 90's. I've noticed lots of differences in their format, most noticeably a shift in pace. Older cartoons seem slower and more drawn out, especially with character reactions and plotline.

What are some historically significant cartoons made from 80s onwards? (and why do you consider them such?)

On a side note, I've started watching the first two seasons of Ren and Stimpy (no spoilers at all, pls). How can someone with an ounce of sanity pretend half of those episodes are for a kids show? I don't dislike the show (I love it), but the way they whole-heartedly advertise it as a kids show seems... morbid.
No.244895
Mister Twister
>>244893
A lot of interesting things happened in 1989.
No.244896
Anonymous
>>244894
Real Ghostbusters is a good study as you've got a good split between Syndicated batch of episodes they made before a network picked them up. The Early Era of the Network which increased the quality of the episodes while keeping a lot of the darker story tones intact, and then the Network dominated "Slimer Era" Which is just bad.

I'd say overall a good amount of the original nicktoons are great standouts that mixed adult humor into a kids show. Mainly Rockos Modern Life and Angry Beavers come to mind along with the aforementioned Ren n Stimpy
No.244915
Alpharius
Replies:>>244916
Walt vs Disney: The Artist vs The Machine
https://youtu.be/htwFCb4ndVw
A 15 minute video essay talking about Disney after Walt.
No.244916
Mister Twister
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>>244915
He makes some interesting and correct points.
>early Disney movies synced animation to music, instead of using music to establish mood
That they did.
>one is better than the other
Not a fact, just his opinion.
>early Disney movies were more subtle and allowed the audience to reach a conclusion without spelling it out verbally
True that!
>modern Disney movies rely on story too much
That's the modern standard. Audiences are way more sophisticated now, and expect more from movies.
>Zootopia is not a good buddy cop movie
................................. say that to me irl, not online, and see what happens................ m8.
No.244917
Anonymous
when cartoon characters hold their breath, do you ever do it too to see if their breath-holding duration is feasible?

The ones I've seen tend to be about 40 seconds.
No.244918
Mister Twister
Replies:>>244931
>>244917
When I was younger and much dumber.
No.244919
Anonymous
Replies:>>244931
>>244917
40 seconds isn't exactly a crazy amount of time.
No.244921
rasputin_zero !!e9Z+3lbULwW
Replies:>>244924
>>244917
Holy crap, I thought I was the only kid who did that. I remember trying that for a scene in Alien Resurrection that went on a crazy amount of time.
No.244924
Anonymous
Replies:>>244931
>>244921
IIRC the scene goes on for like 3 minutes , which is not impossible to achieve by any means but does need a moderate amount of training.
No.244931
Anonymous
Replies:>>244932
>>244919
I agree, it isn't.

>>244918
Say that to my face.

>>244924
>3 minutes
I certainly couldn't do that right now, but as you said it could be done with practice. Apparently you can hold your breath about twice as long underwater.
From https://www.aidainternational.org (who only accept non-oxygen aided records [ie. no hyperventilating with oxygen before diving) the records are:
>11 minutes, 35 seconds for men (Stéphane Mifsud, 2009)
>9 minutes, 2 seconds for women (Natalia Molchanova, 2013)
Therefore it's safe to assume, with practice, both genders can get to 3 minutes on land or submerged.
No.244932
Anonymous
>>244931
Hitting the 3 minute mark while underwater is actually relatively easy, I did manage to do it in like a month or so back in college (geez, sounding like my dad already!), and the instructor could hold for 4 minutes and a half.
No.244933
thatother1dude !!/PKS88+dMMc
>>244917
Always have, still usually do.

Though really, just sitting in place and holding your breath for the same amount of time isn't nearly as difficult because characters are often doing physically rigorous activities.
No.244937
Anonymous
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You know when you watch one of those cartoons and you think "Yep, I'm having nightmares tonight".

That guy is me tonight. Fun times ahead.
No.244961
Alpharius
Bravest Warriors Season 3, episode 1
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No.244968
Anonymous
How long until the next renaissance of televised western animation?
No.244969
Mister Twister
Replies:>>244970
>>244968
It's all indie and web-based from thins point. All televisions are going to x-plode in 2018.
No.244970
Anonymous
>>244969
Well TVs for traditional broadcast/cable media. But we'll have the new Wall Screens for global media consumption.
No.244971
Anonymous
>>244970
>looking to buy a new house
>the walls aren't even 16:9
>leave
No.244972
Mister Twister
>>244970
>global media
You wicked globalist!
No.244973
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>244968

Pretty much never. Cordcutting will see to that.
No.244984
Anonymous
Replies:>>244986
Was Evil Con Carne good?
Replies:>>244990
>>244984
The character or the show?
No.244990
Anonymous
Replies:>>244991
>>244986
I meant the show. With a name like that, I just assumed the character was evil.
No.244991
Anonymous
>>244990
It was OK I guess.
No.244993
Anonymous
"It's Such a Beautiful Day" is a truly amazing movie. This is the first time I have cried in a long time.
No.244995
Anonymous
Replies:>>245004
Weird I think the board just ate a post I was trying to make
No.245004
Anonymous
>>244995
Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised.
No.245007
thatother1dude !!/PKS88+dMMc
Regular Show is over, and I think it ended pretty well. See ya, Pops.
>>245007
Who would of thought Mordecai would just grow out of the love triangle and find love with some new person he meets during his adult life.
No.245014
Anonymous
>>245007
>Regular Show is over, and I think it ended pretty well.
Time to watch Season 4 onward then.

I watched the movie. It was alright, just an extended episode (for better or worse).
No.245017
Anonymous
Is it morally wrong to show children selected Happy Tree Friends episodes to teach them important lessons of everyday safety?
No.245020
Anonymous
Is it possible to find "Mother To Be-Sa"?