>>437261 The upscaling algorithms they use are trained exclusively for 4x upscaling. Their attitude is that anyone can downgrade it afterwards. Plus it will match a 4K TV, so it's not insanely high. It's BluRay resolution.
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I decided to watch an episode of Neighbors from Hell, and that has to be the most sexed-up televised show I've ever seen. It's as if half the staff were told they were making a kids cartoon and the others were permanently horny. I'm not saying it's a bad thing, I just wasn't expecting it. It's almost like a Happy Tree Friends mashup of cute playful cartoons and dissonant adult themes, except with sex instead of violence.
>>437256 Copypasting useful comment from reddit: >Qxr, a very famous encoding group had already ripped season 1 which is 160gb to 4.9gb in 1080p HEVC. Very big thanks to AI upscalers and the encoder group. Link - https://1337x.st/torrent/4946434/Ed-Edd-n-Eddy-1999-Season-1-S01-1080p-AI4K-x265-HEVC-10bit-AC3-2-0-English-French-ImE-QxR/
>>439409 >>439408 With sequels, it's a 50/50 chance of them being shit and them being twice as good as the first movie. Carrey is the saving grace of this entire flick by the way. And he did sequels so rarely, this will be interesting. As far as I'm concerned he is the star of the movie.
One concern I have is will they show him powering his robot with tiny little animals, like in the games. There's some horror material there that might be too much for a kids movie. Even in the cartoons, he outright transmorphed cute fluffy animals into terminators. I'm hoping this part will still be in the movie.
>>439420 They don't really say it's the fake world either though, so it could be the real world. Or a fake world with a future that develops similarly to ours if all the dragons went into hiding for 1000 years.
This cartoon is the epitome of /co/ and /a/ combined. >but is it /co/ or /a/ >yes Blu-Rays early next year, FINALLY: https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2021-12-08/oban-star-racers-anime-to-launch-kickstarter-campaign-in-february-for-bd-release/.180389
>>437140 Whats the deal with Pete, he fought a villain who gave him cancer, kind of like the original Captain Marvel? But he's too important to kill off so he will only be hospitalized by it for awhile instead of dying while other spidermens cover for him.
>>439819 It... tries to have the same charm as the game, but at parts this feels like the modern tweened sameface piece of shit. I guess that's what you get from a Netflix budget.
But the game took something like 7 years to make, and halfway through the authors had to mortgage their house and then have Microsoft help them out, so the kind of budget needed to make Cuphead into a show that looks like the game would be orbital.
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Watched the first 4 episodes of Heroes of Envell. A good kids' show (opposed to something unwatchable by anyone older), with a gimmick of some battles being 2D pixel art. That elevates it from so many "trapped inside a game" shows.
>>440026 It in fact already had a followup, on the bluray. It had him selling all his evil villain devices in a garage sale, then had to retrieve them when people started doing villain shit with it (from kids turning their parents into hydro cubes to using giant robots to stomp the city). I'm a sucker for villain-turning-hero stories, so I'd actually be curious as to how that sequel goes. As long as it doesn't have an annoying amount of that stupid influencer shit.
Most importantly, the movie will need a good villain.
>>440056 I checked the trailer and they show her later in the movie (it's not a flashback as Dale is already CGI). She seems to be cel-shaded 3D like Chip. So seems they did not redesign her after all. However she looks kinda plain, I think? Then again has been ages since I watched an episode.
>>440387 I for one enjoy the assurance that the plot structure is the same as the books and therefore there’s a decent chance the off the walls constant escalation of the story will probably be there, too. Maybe.
>>440681 I think you need more clout to do something like that though. Star Wars did it and people who didn’t watch all the cartoons that explain how Darth Maul survived lost their mind seeing him again.
>>440684 Funny you say that, because Good Old George's plan was for Maul to be an elderly cyborg mafia boss in Episode 7, with organized crime filling the void left by the crushed Empire. Now Rebels and Disney Wars in general erased all that.
>>440688 Solo's script is still built on the skeleton that George left them.
I think the death of the angry cyborg ninja on Tatooine in Rebels is goddamn perfect. Too bad the show shit the bed hardcore in the end. Dave Filoni joined the ranks of backstabbers, who brought TIME TRAVEL to keep his precious waifu alive. Nevermind screwing over the precious Original Trilogy in the process.
>>441452 Great. More Kung Fu Panda shows that won't be acknowledged outside of themselves. Nobody wants to make a 4th movie, and if they do....... let's say I am very pessimistic about them being able to do another good story that ACTUALLY USES THE FURIOUS FIVE.
Cartoon Network lining up live action shows again doesn't necessarily sound like the best idea, but what about a cartoon that's framed with short live action interludes like Super Mario Super Show or Bobby's World?
>>441990 I haven't watched Cartoon Network in a decade, hasn't it been terrible forever because they kept putting live-action shows on it to begin with? Or did it actually go back to showing cartoons and dubbed anime.
>>442465 Was there ever a real effort to keep a KFP show consistent with the movies? And the other shows? I member when I watched a 2D short that explained how the Furious Five got their........ fury. Then they made ANOTHER ONE made years later, which erases the first one.
>>442998 I am aware, but B&B is one of those things that are firmly stuck in the 90s, a product of its time and intentionally so. Bringing it back is a huge mistake, even if the writers try hard. It's just not right.
>>443003 >but B&B is one of those things that are firmly stuck in the 90s,
No, you butt munch. B&B still works and will work as long as they get the jokes right, because at heart it's two dumbasses making fun of the world, and that won't ever get old. Case in point, in the new movie they stumble into university into a gender class and learn about white privilege.
The only thing stuck in the 90s are the music videos, which simply died out since then. The 2011 season instead had them watch reality TV and making fun of that constantly. It worked equally well. And it still had the actual cartoon segments behind that, which were hilarious. Show is as funny as it was in the 90s, the only big minus is that they don't have that much heavy metal music.
>>443746 >Have you ever wanted to play as Lebron James in a Smash Bros-knockoff? >Man how shit was Space Jam 2.
The original Space Jam was the same thing, it had a NBA Jam clone as a tie-in game (with a bunch of extra minigames added on). NBA Jam, at the time, was a giant arcade phenomenon... well, 3-4 years before the movie, anyway. PSX Longplay  Space Jam (US)
>>444048 It was weird getting older when I discovered what a cunt of a human being Michael Jordan is/was. Like I had only seen him through NBA Jam, then watching him in Space Jam. All I knew about him in passing was that he was a famous basket baller.
>>444084 There's one little detail that sticks out. Jordan is hyper competitive, as part of that he imagines scenarios of other players talking shit about him... then convinces himself that the events in his head actually happened, all so he can dominate them on the court.
>>444816 Diskchads and based pirates win again. There is a way to mitigate the damage. The audience, and yes, that means LITERALLY YOU, must make a big stink about this. A huge stink, the biggest one you can muster. If enough bad faith is gathered, it will pressure the shitty new megacorporations to at least let someone else host the shows and release the content. Allow someone else to have the distribution rights. And no, this is not impossible. All this needs is a massive campaign to detoxify all the blackpilled retards.
>>445379 Haha. If you are gonna go round sincerely calling people wokecels on a public forum don't be a pussy to try and run it back with such a lame followup.
Once you've thrown down the gauntlet you don't trip over yourself trying to pick it back up before someone gets mad.
(It is certainly impressive what people can do with AI editors nowadays, but the smarter plan would be to not fucking bother watching another pointless Disney live-action remake of their classic properties in the first place)
>>445933 I loved that shit, no way the new movie will be as much of a fun ride. It was surprising how many references to the games they worked into it even thought it was hardly what you would call 'accurate'.
>>446041 Everything's getting a damn revival. Are any of the post-2015 revivals... good? Even if you cut out all the really petty nostalgia criticism and dumb political crying, I still see people constantly disappointed. (no spoilers) I recall all the 4chan and then reddit kiddos taking the Suzy and Johnny obvious-satire seriously.
The season 1 finale for Hey Arnold! was done well. I was hoping they wouldn't ruin it, as so many shows do. Seriously, I know it gets a lot of praise but it really is an all-ages cartoon that is comfy and treats the audience with respect. S rank.