Is she right, senpai?
I know what you're trying to do here, but but's pretty obvious that they mean that the subject matter (Ratfink) is what's "low taste" not the fact that it's a cartoon.
Since Ratfink, I believe, falls under "LowBrow" art, I don't think the creators of it would even disagree.
But why would it "low taste" matter and how does it define. You started out good explaining, because i only posted it because i did not really understood why she would state that?
>There are people on /co/ RIGHT NOW who don't think that this was the best movie to come out of the Disney Renaissance.
Stay forever pleb
FUCK YOU FOX
>WB'S GONNA FREAK
Bravo, Joker. Bravo.
Carol Danvers when
>Marvel's first chance at a solo female-led superhero movie
>They immediately emphasize that their heroine is is straight, white, and blonde
Jesus fuck guys, come on. You have three women that have used the title, and you pick the blandest, most inoffensive one possible?
I thought I had seen all the major (i.e. the very acclaimed/popular) Merrie Melodies & Looney Tunes shorts so how did I miss this all these years? I fucking LOVED IT and surely this had to be one of the first shorts to involve animated characters interacting in a live action environment and with live actors? So, it's probably wouldn't be going too far to use the sometimes overused term "ahead of it's time".
>tfw I have a buyer for a cartoon show but have no ideas for cartoons
holy dick this is the samurai jack movie
but no really that looks cool as shit
Post /co/ girls with kissable lips.
List characters that are victim of flanderization
Before anyone asks:
The process by which a single trait from a character is overstated and brandished to the point that it becomes the character's only trait. Flanderization is almost always for the worst and tends to draw viewers away from the the medium that the character represents.
What does /co/ think about Anais?
Another controversial character. Some fans like her because her appearance, some fans like her personality, some fans like her overall design. On the other hand, some fans hate her Mary Sue status, some fans hate her because she attracts lewd fans and pedos, and some fans hate her because she lacks in characterization.
So he won't kill the Fire Lord, but how many people did he kill when he took out fire navy ships during the siege of the north? Don't tell me everyone survived that shit, because that simply didn't happen.
A fuckton of people, but he wasn't in control of himself at that time. Hell, you could make a case that it wasn't even Aang who did. It was the Avatar state, it was probably Kiyoshi pulling most of the strings in that moment.
Gwenpool turned out to be fun as fuck. Tell me there's going to be more. Specifically, more written by Hastings.
Are there any good original-to-comics space operas?