So is this not a thing anymore, /co/?
>Abby wouldn't let you do this.
Sadly no, Warburton's been wanting to make another KND series for a while and this was his attempt to drum up hype so he could convince CN to give him the green light. Unfortunately it didn't work.
fuck life man, we could've had it all
Where's Venom? Why the fuck nobody remembers he' on this fucking team?
>Team faces a problem and can't figure out the solution
>Side character (usually the dumb one) does something or says something unrelated which inspires the smart character to work out the solution
>"[Dumb character], you're a genius!"
>"I am? I mean, yeah, I am!"
>dumb character becomes smart
>he immediately turns into an asshole and/or stops hanging around with the other characters
>he becomes dumb by the end of the episode and everyone's happy
What does /co/ think of Oni Press?
Everyone here and their inbred cousin tried to pitch to them when they had their open submission thing a while back, nobody even got a personalized rejection letter so now it's on the hate list.
Several years ago I read this thing where "Even if you do get rejected from those you submit your comics to, don't be discouraged because often times you'll get feedback on your work; There is no reason not to submit"
And without that being true anywhere anymore, it's truly a depressing affair.
I didn't submit anything myself. Mainly because I saw that censorship red flag, and the aforementioned thing.
I don't have a lot of faith in these people, even though they are the "best" option right now, aside from trying...
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Did they ever even end up having their second open submission thing? That was supposed to start in like, October or November.
Or are they "still" sorting through all the submissions from the open period that ended in June/July?
>one character's power is "magic" and that is the extent of its description
>it seems to do something different each episode
>sure, there might be limits on how and when she can use magic at all such as needing to speak, and there might be a short list of things her magic supposedly can never do, but the nature and scope of effects possible is whatever the plot requires
>she can even create life, turn back time, and bestow powers onto other...
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Because is just another term for "Reality Warping"
In fantasy settings magic wankers are limited by the forces they serve or energies they can handle or school of magic they studied
>Because is just another term for "Reality Warping"
And why is that still an acceptable power to give to a main character? It can only be countered by itself, as long as you're not an idiot.
Any problem you can name, for example, a bridge about to collapse. The reality warper waves her hand at it, now it's fixed even better than it was before. No effort, no ingenuity, it just happens. The ONLY reasons that might fail are either another reality warper or some kind of kryptonite factor.
Skeletor, Mumm-Ra, Sorcerer Jafar, Aku, Ganondorf, are all reality warping magic users that still get beat up by heroes.
Even in Star Vs the wand is said and shown to be a limitless object of supreme power. Show still has a plot with things to overcome.
Bordertown arrives this year...Discuss It.
Is this the most underrated show ever? (fuck you it counts as a cartoon)
it's cute. About what I expected from them when I heard they were making a show. Still, I enjoy their music more than their show (it is a pretty good show though)
I really admire how much they were able to do with a very small budget, emulating the genre they did with the effects they did was an inspired choice, given their involvement in Yo Gaba Gaba it's should be 0 shock that the bats know how to make great television. It's a shame that the numbers weren't high enough for The Hub to give them a second season hut it's also cool that they let them make it at all given how long they've been trying.
They did get a second season though, and a third (though it's only 3 episodes, the television equivalent of an EP)
I agree though, I would've supported if I still had cable at the time.
I was away when this got shown. I just remember it being 1 or 2 episodes... not 10!
What did /co/ think of it?
/co/ pretty much unanimously likes it overall. Some people say it's overrated. Some people find Greg way too annoying.
I personally loved the fuck out of it, think it's only overrated on tumblr, and find Greg wonderful.
How many hotdogs could frank eat under 5 minutes
>watch Fantastic Four
>Captain America is playing the Human Torch
what the fuck were they thinking??
When will the MCU get around to using the Savage Land? It's one of the most iconic locations of the MU.
Weirdworld isn't "replacing" the Savage Land. They're different settings, but the Savage Land is more popular which guarantees that it'll still be used.
You may find it boring, but most fans like it, and its presence in cartoons and videogames shows that general audiences like it too. It's only a matter of time before it's used in a movie.
Sony was interested in using the Savage Land in a Sinister Six movie, and now they can.
Literally Gary Stu - the character
"Villains" who literally did nothing wrong thread
>He thinks Howard The Duck isn't the best comedy book Marvel has out right now
Why is nobody on /co/ discussing the best animated film of the year?
Because it's boring. It has no reason to be an stop motion other than it's just a gimmick. If it was live action no one would give a shit about this bland story.
It's almost as boring as hayao miyazaki's recent films.