What about modern cartoons are you tired of? What do you want to see done differently?
Is there a lack for an element of timelessness? Is there too much emphasis on aesthetic and too little on character?
The biggest issue I see is that most cartoons these days are afraid to be cartoons.
From what's around these days, there doesn't seem to be anything smartly written, or using the elements of a cartoon (like the fact that they're hand-drawn) to the show's advantage for either dramatic or comedic purposes.
The Mickey Mouse Shorts understand this better than any other show airing currently.
tldr; more cartoon logic, less focus on story telling
I swear this kid always on the urged to shoot up his school.
Still one of the funniest silent humour cartoons from my childhood I love when the old episodes come on they give me hardcore nostalgia
Anyone with me?
>That episode where Lisa wanted to be in an incestuous relationship with Bart
Is Steven Universe one of the best shows of this decade so far?
>Those characters and their human, well done flaws
The only bad thing about this show is that it never airs in a timely fashion. Other than that, I'd honestly put it up there as one of the best shows on right now.
Do any of you or any of your relatives worked in the cartoon or comics industry?
One of my uncles, is a small time actor and did some foreign dubbing for cartoon shows during the 80's and 90's.
I've coloured some small time indie comics, and flatted a few comics from bigger named publishers. I'm good, but it's freelance stuff while I'm finishing school. So I wouldn't say I work in the industry at all.
I had a family member who used to work for disney. Apparently there were a lot of freaky ass drawings that the artists who worked there would pass along among another for shits and giggles and he was blown away by them lol
What did everyone think. Finally got out of the theater.
WHY ARE THERE NO PICS OF THE BUCKET LADY WITH THE HUGE ASS
That's the problem.
There ARE NO PICS.
If I find a rip on Facebook like I always do I'll try to provide. I hope she gets more attention.
There's a scene where Dory and the octopus, Hanks are trying to escape, but a lady with a bucket talks about how the octopus is missing. Because Dory and Hanks are on the floor, we get great angles of her giant butt. Even a whole shot where she's on the phone
Merchandise, production materials (cels, scripts, etc), etc thread?
I just obtained a Pirates of Dark Water LaserDisc and a the often sought after "World Book".
They're still really cool and totally watchable (particularly on a CRT), they're several leagues above VHS and Laserdiscs can actually occasionally have better transfers than DVD for produced-on-videotape sort of stuff, primarily because the DVDs for lots of old cartoons shows are not particularly well encoded. The Ren & Stimpy episodes released on Laserdisc look significantly better there than they do on DVD.
What did they litreally mean by this?
How does the X-men even manage to recruit the numbers of student to their school with all the bombings and deaths that took place there? You would think that both the potential students and parents would want to avoid the X-men's school like a plague.
Post cartoon characters that are literally you.
>Skinny as hell
>Used to be a complete lazy fucks
>But now like Larry I get up, I shower, I come to work, I work all day, I go home, I go to sleep! I get up, I shower, I come to work, I work all day, I go home, I go to sleep!
Well, except I don't have a qt gf like Larry does...
Somebody kill me
Just got done rewatching this. It's
okay.Mediocre as all hell and hasn't aged well visually at all, but okay. A lot of the humor aged like sour milk like most kids movies and some of the more meme-y characters like the fish and pig are insufferable, but watching it didnt make me want to die like a bunch of other kiddie fodder movies.
It is interesting to look at it from the angle of Disney attempting self parody as well as a time capsule of the early to mid 2000's. There's the weird overreliance on the licensed soundtrack as opposed to the...
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Maybe. I actually really enjoyed this film as a literal 9 year old at the time when it came out. I personally also enjoyed the shit out of Zootopia now but I'll give it a couple more years to see if it still holds up.
I feel like 2017 is not only going to be a terrible year for film, but it also thankfully looks to be the death knell for a lot of annoying trends from this decade. Despicable Me 3, The Emoji Movie,
that one movie based on a girl's toy, just to name a few, will have their net worth run out once these films are released. Anyone else predicting this?