>>247184 Dumb Australian. Don't you realize that most of the English speaking world is in the northern hemisphere? Plus I don't see aussie drawfags drawing Halloween themed stuff in Spring. It's Fall where it matters.
http://www.cartoonbrew.com/feature-film/dreamworks-confirms-making-croods-sequel-announces-spooky-jack-153604.html Croods 2 came back from the dead. Now I'm not sure if the cartoon killed it or saved it.
>>247255 Well the cartoon ended with it showing that not all the folks had ended up dead. And that she'd been telling all these stories to Guy. So it kinda setup a sequel though don't know if that was intended or not.
>>247306 The way tv production works, the person who gets credit for writing an episode is the person who actually turns it into a script. As a rule, the showrunner generally is not that person other than very important plot episodes, like season premieres and finales, and episodes that are especially important to the current arc. The showrunner is giving all of the scriptwriters (or in the case of some cartoons, storyboarders, who do the bulk of the writing for an episode) outlines, looking over everything that gets put in, and leading discussions in the writer's room in shows that send every script through the writer's room (primarily, this is done in comedies to punch up each script).
A showrunner has way too much to do to write every or even most episodes of a given tv show. From what I've seen, on average any given writer writes about three episodes per season (though provides input on every episode that season, as often as not), and that includes the showrunner. But I assure you that the showrunner's hand is going to be a very heavy presence in every episode regardless of whether or not they wrote that episode.
>>247311 you are correct. Though with animation its a split on the writing. Children cartoons usually go the storyboard route with some exceptions when they are slower paced and more interaction heavy. And Prime Time and Adult Animation shows such as Rick and Morty are just about all scripted and worked with Storyboards to finish out the beats.
But yea unless its a rare exception like Venture Bros a Show-runner is usually overseeing other writers
Just watched episode 3 of new Ducktales. Dewy and Beakly are my favourites so far. The new take on them are improvements in my eyes, while Donald and Scrooge have their original and comic book versions to compete with. I'm just glad I can turn on closed captioning for Donald when he's too incomprehensible.
>>247345 I meant Webby instead of Dewy. The triplets havent really sold me on there new iteration. And episode 4 was kinda good. Lena has good potential to be a good character. It's a shame that if the rumours I hear are true, Disney is going to air new Ducktales episodes out of order. Oh, and the French audio with subs version of Last Man is up on VRV, for those who care. And the Rick & Morty season 3 finale was fun. I'm glad that Evil Morty or Birdperson showed up, it gives theoeizing fans something to do suring the post season 3 hiatus. Guess I will just finish RWBY season 4 while I wait.
>>247345 >I'm just glad I can turn on closed captioning for Donald when he's too incomprehensible. It really seems like they wrote his dialogue without properly accounting for his voice. Usually, if you want people to understand Donald's longer sentences, you've got to give space for him to speak more slowly and (ironically) use longer words.
Either that, or tone down the speech impediment like they did for the triplets in the old DuckTales (or the Mystery Inc. version of Scooby-Doo).
NIMH if the Secret soundtrack reissue by Intrada has a rarity amongst its kind: a reversible cover! Regular side is the movie poster framed in a square (old cover), while the alternate side is FANART! http://www.adammcdaniel.com/DonBluth/Don_Bluth_Interview.htm (scroll down)
>>247306 They do the basic layouts and structure and style. But yea that's just depending on what the talents are for the creator. Some do and some don't. Loud house might be saved because of the latter.
When I heard the name it sounded like a toy ploy, but now that we have art assets, all they've done is added lights. I'll be curious to see if they actually made a line of toys with the light accents. Especially if it's just glow in the dark paint.
So, Dreamworks again (they do kind of focus all their carton stuff in summer and winter), they didn't just announce Trollhunters s2 (For Dec 15), they announced an entire Trollhunters Trilogy. //youtube.com/watch?v=dza61onWtPg
>God, the Devil and Bob is an animated sitcom which premiered on NBC on March 9, 2000 and ended on March 28, 2000, leaving nine episodes unaired. >Thirteen episodes were made, but only four were broadcast in the United States before the series was canceled due to a combination of low ratings and pressure from religious activists. >The show, however, was well received in places such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Latin America (including Brazil), where BBC Two, RTÉ, and Fox, respectively, aired the entire series. haha wow
Funny thing is, the whole show—which [adult swim] aired in full years later—really was not all that “controversial”. It was not that good, all things considered, but it was not as if the whole show was Family Guy-level humor or constant “God sucks, Satan rules” messages. If anything, the show did more to offend atheists by implying God exists than it did to offend Christianists by implying that God and Satan exist, the fate of the world rests on one man, and Satan is evil as fuck.
//youtube.com/watch?v=HjOjxsvk1jU Huh, Supercharged is actually pretty cool. I thought it would be a little shark jumpy but it actually fits in pretty well with their natural progression in technology, the fact that superchargers had appeared in a previous episode helps that. I'm curious to see what the endgame is going to look like for the series finale in about a year. It's kind of a shame that these short episode orders means most Dreamworks shows are going to end while they're still getting better every season.
>>247517 I've rewatched a bunch of cartoons from that era (and a little earlier), and I've generally found the amount that aren't as good as I remember (or just don't have much rewatch value even after this time) are equal the amount that are better than I remember.
End of King Julien was interesting. They went for the totally bittersweet "The movies pick up immediately after this" ending, thus leading to Julien just abandoning his kingdom of 6 seasons without a second thought in Madagascar 2 Going back to the episodic stories after the big Exiled season always seemed a little weird. Everyone really felt a lot zanier this last season like Exiled could have been a big shark jumping point had the show been allowed to go longer. So I guess it's for the best?
>>247628 Well, there you go. A little sad to think that more or less the entire Dreamworks X Netflix lineup will end next year, but it was a fun ride. The crew that worked on AHKJ is supposedly going to work on a Kung Fu Panda cartoon for Amazon next
It's been an entire year in the waiting, but I'm looking forward to the next season of trollhunters! And you know, slightly dreading the implied cliffhanger ending that will explain why Jim's voice will have to change for the last season.
>>247693 See I thought I had heard that it was just 37 and there'd be a good plot reason for the last 13. We'll know soon enough though. Speaking of Dreamworks, they just announced a new wave of DWA x Netflix shows https://archive.fo/Y83XW Continuing giving every movie they release a 52 episode cartoon because they can, but there's some dreamworks classics being dug out, too!
Actually, it is what bothers me in the show and why I enjoy Dragons much more... the whole Romeo and Juliet play and the prom king thing afterwards were things I would have been glad to see dropped. It's an OK show, decent, but so far not on the same level as some other Netlfix Dreamworks shows I like.
>>247758 I like dragons but the macro plot moves so slowly. It's like the only point of adding a chessmaster villain was so any major advancement can be immediately just as planned back to status quo. But the next season will presumably be the last, so I'll be interested to see where this 78 episode long game is all building up to. You know, besides the start of How To Train Your Dragon 2.
If the crew that made All Hail King Julien is indeed making a serialized action Kung Fu Panda show, this could be what they’ll call it https://trademarks.justia.com/876/49/dreamworks-kung-fu-panda-the-paws-of-87649204.html
[as] is coming back to latin america and I'm overjoyed So far seems they'll air old stuff from the good days like Sealab and ATHF but who knows if we'll get new stuff like the unaired seasons of ATHF or Reddit & Memey dubbed.
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>>247690 I started watching the show, but stopped around the halfway of S1... I dunno. It is OK most of the time, but I often feel the kids are not sufficiently wow-ed by discovering a whole troll civilization exists. That, and the dumb highschool subplots. Are kids really that interested in stuff like a school Romeo and Juliet presentation or a school president election? For me, school was something to get through (and enjoy learning things in a few classes I liked) but I never gave it a second thought after the bell rang and I could finally leave. Why kids cartoons have to push school plots everywhere... That's one of my problems with Egyxos too, wish it focused on the happenings in alternate dimenson Egypt, not having babysitting and school project subplots. It's like even in 2018, producers still think the way they did for Batman TAS in 1990, where they had to push Robin into every episode, thinking kids need a kid in the show to identify with.
Coraline is getting adapted into an opera, what a strange but entertaining thing to happen. I'd love to go but is too far away for me, hopefully it will get recorded. http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/coraline-by-aletta-collins
Turbo is over, Veggietales is over, King Julien is over, Puss just ended, Dragons ends Feb 16, Peabody is over, Croods is over. I know that the 3 year deal means that they're all lined up to end at around this point, but all these endings are starting to get me down.
What's Wizards? The remake of the Ralph Bakshi movie? :) Dragons is also ending? I would expect they would continue it with retelling what happened between the 2. and the 3. movie. Also, you did not list BoJack Horseman, I think it will still continue. She-Ra is getting a new cartoon, really? Not He-Man? Odd choice. Got any trailer or promo?
>>247952 That's going to be the second part of the Tales of Arcadia Trilogy. At the same time the trollhunters are busy hunting trolls, aliens have crashed in arcadia and are trying to keep a low profile while working to find their way back home.
For those who haven't seen this and would care, there is a big archive of the CN City bumpers here: https://kametsu.com/topic/57112-mega-cartoon-network-city/ Some bumpers have been uploaded in actual production quality by an employee of Animal Logic, with voice tracks added manually by remuxing. The archiver has done a pretty good job.
>>247962 Cartoon very rarely have good quality releases. Mostly because so few of them get home video releases. >>247963 Amazing, best CN era Tho I'm surprised that was posted in an anime forum that is still active
>>247964 >Tho I'm surprised that was posted in an anime forum that is still active A kind /co/mrade showed me that place. They have a pretty good catalogue of western cartoons in good quality. I highly recommend it.
>>248030 Overthinking things has turned the hype to a bit of dread though. If what it is everyone is after is a map to the King of Dragons, I think that means the story ends with the bad guys winning, because the King of Dragons is a Bewilderbeaast. That's how Drago knows where Valka's Bewilderbeast is, he has the Dragon Eye.
>really fucking obvious logic flaw >could have been fixed with almost zero effort (the animation to fix it was already made and repeated) >but no we'll leave it in there is this some sick game? 'kick the autistic'? do you jerks enjoy toying with obsessive nerds?
>>248082 I rewatched Dragons 2 andit kinda does not make sense now that Hiccup wants to negotiate with Drago, or that they find dragon trappers a new and surprising thing, whenthey had been fighting them for three seasons.
I don't wanna get banned for this, it is of political nature, but it is also a cartoon. So... anyone seen it yet? I wonder who is financing this thing. As a comedy, it fails on so many levels, and the animation is basic flash. Of course, maybe being Hungarian I simply don't know enough about current US politics to get the jokes. http://kimcartoon.me/Cartoon/Our-Cartoon-President
>>248305 Like that time I wondered who voiced that guy who sounds kind of like Bobcat Goldthwait only to find out the credits don't credit voice actors by who voiced who, but Bobcat is on the list so it might very well have been him.
http://deadline.com/2018/04/new-rocky-bullwinkle-kung-fu-panda-series-from-dreamworks-ani-tv-headed-to-amazon-1202362999/ Looks like not just Paws of Destiny, but a Rocky and Bullwinkle Reboot are coming to Amazon video.
Nice to see they are adding new character models too. Don't think I have seen lizard girls in the first season.
>>417854 Oh yes, I seen it. I wish someone could just... destroy CN. They have been doing nothing but ruin good shows in the past few years. First Teen Titans, then Ben 10, Powerpuff Girls... now this? Turning Thundercats into a TTG ripoff with Steven Universe animation? I hope someone does a kickstarter and we can instead get the 2012 show continued on Netflix or something, instead.. like with Young Justice.
>>417924 Guess that comes a bit too late for all the trolls he and his predecessors killed... Btw, never understood why they even called them Trollhunters when I think these evil trolls have a totally different species name... forgot what it was.
There is a clear and very important difference between initially presenting a plausible yet misleading perspective in order to subtly persuade a viewer into falling for a twist ending, and downright lying to the viewer (a non-character) out of laziness then retconning the whole first part of the episode to be something completely different and pretending that counts as a valid plot twist. You can represent something from two perspectives, but you can't just overhaul it and act like it's the same scene. We're not going to forget a major plot event within the span of a 10 minute episode.
>>418003 Yeah I did. It looks like the most common are draw requests being reposted every thread. Bloody sad.
Also, try /r9k/ and then /int/. The only difference is that /r9k/ has two non-Pepe/Wojak images as the top two. That barneyfag guy is legitimately insane. Most posted image on at least three different boards. And Carlos is very high up on /k/, for some odd reason...
>>418665 Glitch is from the (criminally) short lived 2011 RR comic revival. Roughly from the same people responsible for DD comics of the same time. It lasted 8 issues and 2 arcs. Was really good, buy a copy if you can. https://boards.plus4chan.org/co/4b9dde6042c9945c45b5aa459e98ce38.jpg
So, watched the NuDucktales finale. With multi-parters, I am always left guessing, in real time: how are they going to wrap everything up? 20 minutes left. Alright, how will they end up doing it? 10 minutes. Alright, it's about time the End Times started. 5 minutes left. THEY DON'T HAVE ANY TIME LEFT, HOW WILL THEY DELIVER A SATISFACTORY ENDING IN 5 MINUTES?!?!?!?!?
And they somehow managed. Guess it was a monumental task, to write a good climactic big bad ending thing that is only 20 minutes long, with the last confrontation lasting 5 minutes only. I would not recommend doing that for every show, God knows how easy it is to rush things and left the public disappointed. It is borderline luck 2017 Ducktales had a good season finale.
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Well it was a good show all season, with smart writing and good characters, I expected nothing less. Magica was funny too, loved the whole prepared revenge speech. Glad we are getting the next season in October already, apparently.
>>418897 Animation is nice... but the tone is really all over the place in this. Calling mom birds sluts while making comedy out of implied death of children? (all those bird houses falling down said to do so because too many eggs in them...) Also not sure why the news show being so low budget is a thing in this, when the city is not really low-tech.
Yessss, I waited for so long to see this! :) And of course, nobody could replicate the awesomeness of Patrick Warburton. It'd be like trying to replace Brock on Venture Bros. :) Plus this show is already known for using the original game actors - Kaos is voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz and Pop Fizz by Bobcat Goldthwait, who are their game voices too.
Oh, I've seen better. There's CHOPPA CHOPPA CHOPPA in Atomic Robo, a whole bunch of stuff in Incredible Herc like CRAKAJAMMA, NURP (colored purple), NTODSUN (throwing the Sentry away), and there's always the legendary BATHROOM.
Wow, fuck this show. I found it just terrible and unfunny before, and ignored it like I did with TTG. But I thought I would check out an episode of season 2 at random and I find... this. http://kimcartoon.to/Cartoon/Wacky-Races-2017-Season-2/Episode-16-The-Trial-of-Dick-Dastardly?id=87960&s=rapid Yes, they have the audacity to make fun of the creators of the original show by portraying them as lazy slackers, and make the whole "trial" about basically doing what TTG does, trying to talk back to their critics and make them look stupid by saying "the old show was boring, it was just racing always, that was boooring, we are smart and fresh and funny!" Well, if the internet just ignored this show until now, I bet they will get the active hate now even if they did not have it before. Mr Enter in particular will probably sperg out about it.
Holy shit, they are finally doing an ending to 13 ghosts after what, 30 years? It was one of the very few scooby show I actually liked (it was original material, not a continuous more-of-the-same schtick - and had actual ghosts who played for keeps).
This is great. Even if it ends up mediocre, there'll be at least the satisfaction of closure. Now, if they only finished Pirates of Dark Water too...
He was the most chill guy on every one of his public appearances. Genuinely loveable even when making someone look like a joke. It's really not hard to believe he lived so long; he was full of joy no matter what he did.
It is safe to say, that even though he passed, he will live forever.
>>419350 The answer turns out to be yes, everything in the comic is important and Dream Walker immediately follows up on it to the point where after just dropping references to what's been going on without any explanation, it eventually takes the time to do a quick recap of it.
>>419389 I never heard of it either. Best animated shorts ever, then I would have likely been told by someone that it is so great. But nope, people kept sending me/posting on forums about Simon's Cat like a decade before that became a show, or Cyanide and Happiness, but never this. >>419349 Odd, second season is coming already? I have not even seen a trailer. Never heard about the comic either... >>419409 Umm, SPOILERS, dude. Use the spoiler pic maybe? Kinda spoils that Marmoo survived, plus this weird looking spider king guy too (he looks a bit too humanlike). Mind you, not that I did not expect Marmoo to survive the flood. So this is out already? Best check Kametsu then
>>419449 >then I would have likely been told by someone that it is so great What makes you so sure? If your communities consider C+H to be great animated shorts, then I wouldn't rely on them to teach you much about best films. C+H can be pretty funny, but they're not great. Of course "best" and "great" are subjective, but if you want some general supporting evidence: >It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film the following year at the 73rd Academy Awards, and received 27 awards from film festivals around the world. >In 2009, it was the only short film named as one of the "Films of the Decade" by Salon. In 2010, it was noted as one of the five "most innovative animated films of the past ten years" by The Huffington Post. Indiewire film critic Eric Kohn named Rejected one of the "10 best films of the 21st century" on his list for the BBC Culture poll in 2016.
>>419449 Ah yes, sorry, I've been contemplating the implications of the comic for so long I forgot that some of the things that happen in it are a big deal. Fortunately, as mentioned, the show covers almost everything from the comic except Wilka's actual introduction. Which is a little weird because that means there's just a new character that's there as if she's always been there without any internal explanation.
It's amazing... they still endure after all these years, and they have become steadily more and more unfunny (and they were not really funny to begin with). I mean, check the latest comic. What is even the joke there? That you have to pick up every gold coin because... why? http://www.vgcats.com/comics/
>>419453 It would have been funnier (yet still not funny) to leave it as a 4 panel. Actually that reminds me a few "Square Root of Minus Garfield" strips where they make them better by simply changing the number of panels to improve timing.
So, I test watched it. Stupid dumbasses disabled comments, so I'll put mine here. A bit weak, some moments could have used elaboration, a major plot point happens within 3 SECONDS, and you are supposed to feel something? 6.9/10
3 Below seems like it’s got potential. The narrative device that it’s all happening at the same time as the last season of Trollhunters is both fun, but also makes me eager to see how it holds up in the following seasons, which will have to stand on its own more without the TH main characters around.
>>419752 I watched it, really disappointed. Basically a ripoff of not just Sym-Bionic Titan (even down to the three characters being the same archetypes) but many such "lost royal aliens have to hide on Earth and engage in wacky earth culture antics" tropes. I mean, remember I Am Number Four? Also plagued by the same tone deaf style as Trollhunters in that characters act all ridiculously unlike any real human (would you, at the age of 18 or so, really think aliens will probe you and abduct cows when every cartoon makes fun of that cliche?)... And the weird morality present in Trollhunters too in how our characters are killing sentient beings one second and making jokes about it the next. The kids insane need for revenge is also not justified given how their parents are not dead, just reduced to their cores and regenerating - kinda like a Transformer reduced to its spark The show has 3 crossover episodes of its 13 total with Trollhunters, and as someone who stopped watching that 1 season in, let me tell you, I had no idea what the heck the situation is with trolls and such - apparently humans are now aware of them? I dunno... Also, one big twist about a character makes ZERO sense. Turns out it was Varvatos Vex who betrayed the royal family because he wanted revenge on the Zerons for killing his family, and because the king did not seek official retribution. So instead of just resigning from his job and seeking revenge himself, he betrays his closest friends to a clearly evil villain whom he knows has no intention of keeping his word of not harming anyone in the takeover??? Oh and the pseudo-russian accents of the kids are annoying as hell after 2 episodes already.
>>419753 Yeah, I can’t imagine that would make a whole lot of sense given the season finale happens during the series finale of Trollhunters with Morgana’s eternal night and Gunmar’s War on humanity. That’s part of what will make part 2 interesting since this entire season is filled with references to the events in Trollhunters that are happening at the same time, Aja and Krel will more or less have Arcadia to themselves after this because the Trollhunters leave to find a new home.
>>419766 That original design is far better than the final product, the oily black body that was planned just came out as amphibian-like skin. And everyone is decked out by TRON lights... y'd think bounty hunters would not want to stand out in a crowd and be stealthy. That said, the whole outfit and Anubis design makes me think this artist saw Birdy the Mighty and got the idea for Alpha there. Where did you find this btw? Got pics of the others designs? And why is the show even called 3Below? I guess there are 3 main characters but they are not ever underground.
LOL this show can be so meta... I only learned now it was a studio mandate that made them do Exiled as one long continuous storyline. Of course, they made a big game of thrones opening parody out of it. :)
New comic with anthros - Jack Wolfgang, kind of a James Bond comic with anthros and humans https://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Jack-Wolfgang The panther girl is called Antoinetta Lavaux. She is working for french narcotics division
>>419774 I frankly only watched it for the anthros, and sadly they are a small part of it only in the first few episodes.
Whoops, only noticed I posted these in the wrong topic, my bad. Also Happy New Year! >>419779 I know you do know what I do (since you just Pmed me on Furaffinity), which is to collect and catalogue obscure anthros, and draw fanart and R34 of them, right? So why is it search and seek out cartoons and comics and despite my dislike of the genre, even anime, that MIGHT have something worth my time. Heck, some of the worst stuff I have seen had some of the best anthros. And also I found some pretty nice shows and comics this way that I might not have been aware of otherwise. >>419781 I consume it, does not always mean I like it. This is what interests me. Other people seek out any sci fi or anything that has giant mecha in it... we all have our "thing"
>>419780 It's... serviceable? I wish I could compare it in quality to other similar things, but I gauge comics in very different ways than most people. Like, so many people recommended Blacksad and Grandville to me, and I found one of them nicely drawn but cliche and the other utterly predictable with a hateful protagonist I could not sympathize with. Jack Wolfgang... if you like Pierce Brosnan era Bond stuff and anthros, I think you will like it. It sort of makes me feel like I was watching one of those. But with far less gadgets and with villains who have far less grandiose plans.
>>419783 I personally come for the art and stay for the story. If the story is bad, I leave. If it's simple (or weak), I may stay if the art and characters are entertaining enough. Bad writing (illogical, stupid, littered with plot holes) makes me quit anything.
>time travel episode in ancient Rome >there are more blonde-haired people than dark-haired people >there's a red-haired person
>Bad writing (illogical, stupid, littered with plot holes) makes me quit anything. Speaking of stupid, I'm getting sick of main characters being beyond stupid. As in inhuman-grade stupid. Gets old very quickly, and was used by every second western cartoon. As for stupid plots, I'm often fine with them. Maybe 'silly' would be a better word for what I am thinking of, though, and it would matter more if it's plot-centric as opposed to the humour-centric or parodic things I tend to watch/read. Plot holes? I'm just too used to them to pay it much mind, unfortunately.
I wonder what they know that nobody else does. Dinotrux very definitively ended and so far there's no precedent for DWA to renew their shows after their order. I would very much like to see more Dinotrux so I'm stressing out a bit hoping for something I think isn't real.
I can't help but wonder how much better comics could be if they didn't often feel the need to use the same number of equally sized panels every single time. Some jokes are just better with a different number of panels, better pacing and debloating.
>>419921 It's a backup board where you could have longer discussions, since back when this was made, 4chan went down every other day and threads were limited to 50 images / 100 posts and there was no posting limit whatsoever, so the boards were super fast. /co/ also needed a promotions board (/pco/), a drawfag board, a board to discuss projects on (/coc/), then later some more popular topics like Avatar and MS Paint Adventures got their own boards here too (some are now gone, check the archives).
Then later on 4chan changed the posting rules for longer threads, got actual stable backends, added indefinite archives, and added two awful comic porn boards. Those kind of killed most attention this place got; it also didn't help that we got this non-standard imageboard skin for the past four years.
We still have some people hanging out, and the projects board is sometimes used. /pco/ is still active, but without any regular drawfags.
>>419923 I find this place interesting, I was looking for a Ib dominated by people who likes cartoons and western media in general. /co/ is okay but there's content that I think shouldn't be allowed, like the obnoxious West and East wars. I discovered this place in an avatar thread in 4chan, some guys were talking about /a/ in plus4chan. Eventhought this place is a bit slow I might hang out when I have time, I don't really like the skin, but I can get over it.
is it /coc/ archieved? I was lurking around there because I was looking for The Long long holiday dubs. Is that board still working?
>>419921 Well, we can discuss stuff here without trolls flaming the hell out of each other, and people just dumping in unfunny memes every second until the topic goes way off from where it started. Y'know, like on 4chan.
>>419875 >>419877 Humm, I guess I need to check the IMDB credits to see who the series director or something was and what else he has done. I did not know that, but it explains so much in why I love all three of the shows mentioned. >>419876 The Adventures of Puss in Boots. Don't tell me you still haven't watched it! I started rewatching it now that I am done with All Hail King Julien's rewatch. I think I'll make a habit of rewatching these shows every few years. There are few series that I can enjoy again and again despite remembering the plot and the story of each episode well.