What does /co/ think of "Cartoony Capeshit" from the 90's?
Is this a false interpretation of what would happen if you took your helmet of in space? I know it's a kids show but wouldn't it be much more graphic?
>implying Magic School Bus didn't do this all the time
I heard Sugars a total whore and wears a short skirt and thigh highs to taunt artists. Hellen had to quit because she was so traumatised by the assault, theres a source saying Zuke's the new play toy in the office
My friend is trying to convince me to watch this.
How much of a faggot is he?
I dunno how many men does he fuck? I mean I guess you only need one but like is he a real dick about it? "Ha ha I love fucking dudes anon, and you can't get any! I'm gonna go to the gym and get laid while I exercise so I'm even better at sex!", that kind of guy? What an asshole, thinking he's a better faggot than you. You'll show him, your heart is pure and untainted for your one true love.
did they ever say what fury told thor?
Is anything as perfect as this gonna happen again? What are the creators up to?
Did anyone else find themselves unable to watch this?
I felt like I was watching some tryhard fan attempting to imitate all the great elements of a Miyazaki movie with horrible execution. The dialogue and character development felt cringy and the forced cute-like elements that have no value to the narrative turned me off to the whole show.
Did you watch the whole thing?
I agree it was a bit strange at the first episode but by the time it got to the second somehow it all seemed to feel naturally and not cringy.
If you haven't watched past episode 1 I'd defiantly take those extra 15 minutes and watch episode 2.
So what are you hoping for the next absolute edition /co/?
Year One is coming later in the year and that was in my top 3.
Hoping for a Absolute Knightfall.
I'd like to see an updated DKR absolute that has DKR3 added to it. (and 4 if Miller actually gets around to doing it)
For GL: I'd like to see some of the classic Lantern/Arrow stories from the 70s collected.
I'm amazed the Death, Life and Return of Superman hasn't gotten the absolute treatment.
I'm considering doing a degree in Animation in Australia but lately I'm having doubts because of how bad the industry is over here and how hard it is to break into the US industry. The comments on how useless and how low payed you get really makes me against going through it all but it's been a lifelong dream and I don't want end up in something i hate doing.
Could I eventually get to america with such a job? Would it be better to do a degree in america, sva seems really great but they seem to only pick the cream of the crop
>it's been a lifelong dream
>comments on how useless and how low payed
>I don't want end up in something i hate doing.
Don't bother, to put it bluntly If this was truly your dream you wouldn't be so hesitant about it. People who have it as their dream are passionate about it(which is why they put up with all the shit) and job stability doesn't stop starving artist who have making their art their dream. See online animators. look into comics or something
Echoing this guys statements, how old are you Anon? If you're fresh out of school or something I'd take a year off and think about it, really think about it. My school pressured me into picking a dream really early and sticking with it for my entire education, it wasn't until I took a year to just evaluate myself that I realized I didn't want to do it at all.
I've only just recently had self doubt because of the recent backlash against calarts and animators as a whole. The fact that only a few schools and LA are the only ways to scratch into the industry make me on edge.
I've really been hard at work in sharpening my skills until recently dropping back down to earth and get a major reality check on what possible and whats impossible
What is /co/'s opinion of Duckman?
I like this show; too bad, that there will never be new episodes.
you fuck this never bothered me until now
What did /co/ think about it? Worth reading?
Superior foes thread I suppose.
How does it feels knowing that TLAB and LOK have gotten away with a lot of onscreen/offscreen deaths on a kids show?
There's pretty much no one more gary stu than him right? Not even batman can pull supe tier BS.
>Steve Jobs is the Villain
Best CGI movie villains?
By the way for anyone who doesn't know, this guy is from Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, idk if he's in the first one. Never seen it. But he is evil as shit and based on Steve Jobs
>The Final Confrontation with him and Flinn is literally a video game boss fight.
i wanna give the person who came up with this idea a hand job while making eye contact with him through out.
Part 1 of "Animal House", a crossover with Howard The Duck, out on March 30. Part 2 will be out on April 13.
Behold, the KraVan!
What /co/mics & collectibles do you collect? How much money have you spent?
Why do you do it?