Avatar is on netflix now. Have you rewatched it yet? It is still a classic and it's shadow still looms large on most of western animation, as you can clearly see it's influence on stuff from Voltron to She-Ra.
Also, RIP /a/vatar. It died years before plus4chan proper.
>>423410 Yeah its been coming up alot, just heard it talked about on a podcast.
How bullshit the final battle of Airbender ended up being was a warning to how shit and badly written Korra would be.
Not to mention those terrible comics that were released, both Airbender & Korra. Imagine having to make Firelord Sozin a homophobe that "made the tolerated practice of homosexuality in the Fire Nation" illegal because somehow being an imperialist conqueror wasn't bad enough, which is what Avatar Korra takes as proof that he is the worst guy ever.
I check this site from time to time. Preservation, restoring, and digitizing old cartoons is really hard https://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/from-best-to-worst-working-with-the-materials-that-exist-or-you-have-of-classic-animated-films/
Have anyone seen this before? Found some sources about it from @Lukkubus
Redesign after @bam_animation amazing character design video trying to get that clear silhouette and trying out a more consistent shape motif and gotta say I'm loving her more. . . . #oc #ocdrawing #pirate #digitalart #artistsoninstagram #characterdesign #characterconcept #bamanimation #redraw
>>423631 It has fins. She has hair like an octopus, fins on her tail like a fish, but has legs and arms unlike either of those. Usually an antropomorph has characteristics of one animal, this one has multiple different phylum, let alone species, amalgamated into one. She's basically a chimera.
Also the design is too busy, too detailed to be usable for animation.
Wolfwalkers, the wolfaboo movie from Tomm Moore is still not dead, will still come out...... eventually: https://www.animationmagazine.net/features/annecy-tomm-moore-reveals-inspirations-behind-cartoon-saloons-wolfwalkers/
>>423761 Beavis & Butthead already had a new season in 2011, and it was GLORIOUS; they wanted to make even more but MTV was too committed to teen girl shows (which got criticized in said season of B&B). Comedy Central mentioned that they'd broadcast new episodes of the show even back then. I guess Mike Judge was too busy with other commitments to have it go ahead, until now.
>>423835 (Replying to me) Haven't touched that site in years. She's basically +4's flavor of the year, now that you mention it. Those threads were rare as fuck on /co/ but existed. Casey from Bounty Hamster.
>>423839 Well no, like all things in Star Wars there's extensive descriptions about people, things or places revealed in media outside of the movies themselves for the large fanbase of nerds.
Even in RotJ it was never described as a sandworm, it was a weird pit monster deep in the deserts that digests people for "a thousand years" that Jabba uses as an eccentric method of disposing of his enemies since it never moves and he can fly his barge out to it.
>>423956 Several months old type of ancient. Was posted with a followup that's it's a friendly jab and nothing more. Because context is gay, this image is /co/nstantly used as "proof" that SATINA'S CREATOR HATES VIVZIE FUCKING BTFO'D 4EVER HOW WILL SHE EVER RECOVER
>>423966 It's a WEEKLY series, so yeah, the art isn't top notch. But the writing can be hilarious, it's like the huge summer capeshit crossover events but without the editorial mandates. They are free to come up with the most outrageous scenes possible, as long as they don't conflict with the games.
>>423979 Just watched Bring Your Demon to Work Day Not going to lie I wasn't expecting much but it was great. Some sections of animation, art-style and Dan's voice in particular were gems. Would recommend. I was preparing for a shitty cop-out no-explanation ending as many cartoons do, which fortunately was averted.
>>424142 Well, TECHNICALLY it is still here. The Tangled show had good writing and good animation. So what if it was tool assisted? So they cheated in a few places to make it faster and cheaper, so what? Let's not forget animu, there is at least 1 good (see: well-written) show each year. And the ginormous pile of independent shit released online.
>>424141 Don has been basically doing NOTHING since Titan AE. All he did was that Dragon's Lair kickstarter that to me, was nothing more but a scam. I do not believe the man who was a legend could not have gotten any studio deals anywhere outside Disney? Traditional 2D cartoons are still made every damn year. He could have been doing them if he really wanted to. I saw his cringy "give me money for a product I made decades ago and I don't even own so I can release it again" video when he was on Nostalgia Critic and I frankly lost a lot of respect for the man. And he has looked like a walking skeleton for at least 6 years now. I expected him to keel over the same year I saw the video, if he has not yet kicked the bucket back then, then I don't think he will now.
>>424187 I've been following Don for many years, being a fan of his, and pretty much everything you wrote is based on misinformation. Don chose to retire after making movies non-stop for 20 years (good AND bad ones), and taught animation mostly. Is that a crime? Is he a bad man for it? Should we lynch him?
He decided to make a Dragon's Lair movie because he still owns the rights the the IP, and it is still something people know (brand recognition). There is no way to finance a full length high quality animated film in the US without cutting many costs (limited animation like most anime) and asking for several million dollars. So he made it clear the money goes to hiring a writer, and producing a teaser trailer for investors. He NEVER said he will make a full movie with less than a million dollars he got. How exactly did he "scam" anyone?
>>424246 Realistically they would both be skeletons. It's fun to debate how realistic you should treat cartoons and comics. I used to have a problem with it ("yeah, [ridiculous premise] exists and they can fly but shapeshifting? TOO FAR!")
For some reason I'm only now watching south park beyond season 17 It's a weird shift to see it having plotlines stretching over many episodes becoming the norm rather than a rare exception, but they've done it well.
>>424332 I thought it was obvious. No artist wants to work on the same thing for decades. I mean, unless you are the general idea man, and other people do the hard parts, sure, you can remain engaged. But if you actually do most of the work you WILL get sick of your own creation. At least that was the case for every single game developer ever. That is mostly why original creators abandon IPs: it's NOT because they ran out of ideas, they were just tired for a lifetime.
I knew Mordecai was a self-insert but I thought the voice and some mannerisms were partly an act. It's literally just Quintel's talking voice. Like how Matt and Trey were confused when they thought normal British accents in Monty Python were a joke. From the commentary: >"Mordecai is definitely... pretty much me in college. Almost exactly, except not a bird."
I think it's pretty neat that The Boondocks occasionally has european american characters played by african american actors. its kind of like a scottish james bond or a mexican australian wallaby, it's not like there wasn't availability or social pressures, it seems they just said 'fuck it, its funny'. and they're white so no risk of Apu drama
Well, the live action Rescue Rangers project has been resurrected once again, this time it will unfortunately live: https://discussingfilm.net/2020/11/17/larry-fong-joins-disneys-live-action-chip-n-dale-rescue-rangers-film-exclusive/
>>424700 Why did that somehow become an actual thing in modern media? Replacing redhead characters SPECIFICALLY with black people, it happened enough times to be more than just a passing joke. As if gingers don't have it bad enough with all the harsh mockery and other shit they already face.