it was cute and it had a nice ending and the fact they gave the voice crew freshwater high graduate certificates after they finished the final recording was pretty cool of them
also snake and mouse are so fucking hot
What is the best 80s animated film and why is it The Secret of NIHM?
>A Host of Celestials come to Earth
>Shit happens, they're turned into humans and scattered across the with their powers but no memories
>Someone discovers that killing a Celestial grants you PHENOMENAL COSMIC POWER
>It's a race against time to save as many Celestials as they can
>Written by Bendis
An ancient evil has awaken
the league needs to get new armors and powers ro fight it back,Batman is useless and gets mocked by the villian, it's up to lex save everyone, the league finally shows in a big splash panel with their new suits and upgrades, really dumb endind that retcons other writters work, the league doesnt really do anything
has anyone here read sequential art
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>effects too expensive and difficult to recreate
>script to mechanical and fast passed
>psychedelic style and ideals irrelevant
>concept too free
Comics/cartoons that you like but are impossible to be adapted
Written and draw by Jose Quintero
It`s about a cynical girl called Buba and her perspective of the world, people, religion, the country etc. Almost all the strips have are told with a poem and the draw it`s pretty good,
You can read it for free here (there is not an English traslation): http://planetabuba.net/
¡Ese anón es mi negro!
I'm glad I managed to pick up the Volumen 1.1 before Editorial Vid went bankrupt
Mexican reporting with the best mexican superhero, i even got my copy of the clase media book signed by bachan
can anyone believe it's been over 11 years since this show first aired.......
IIRC Nick put the entire series on their website for a few days and Mike and Bryan did something but that's it. Makes sense since the target demographic grew up and doesn't watch the network anymore.
it was certainly a very good cartoon but why did it get so popular
>loved grills and grilling
>had drunk or odd friends
>was frustrated with modern culture
>"That boy ain't right."
>giant black man
>didnt leave kids to die on the street
>kind but stern
>has very strong morals
>was a college athlete
instantly thought of him
Have him be in jail and try to force his way into Orel's life and it'd be perfect
Do 60s icons consider this to be their favourite film such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Twiggy?
I don't get why people like this movie so much. It just does that Disney thing where they take a classic story and then make everything so disgustingly cutesy that it loses all its appeal.
Aside from mixed martial arts, what would it take to be a vigilante? I have nothing to really live for. Might as well give this a shot. The city I live in is fucking garbage. Every time I turn on the TV, it seems like there's another shooting or drug bust. The police is incompetent. They won't even dare to go into the most dangerous neighborhoods. Nothing but crime and everyone just lets it go on like it doesn't even matter. Someone should at least try to do something. I was driving by the other night and I saw a guy get jumped and beaten....
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Describe his character arc.
how did you guys feel about this show?
>Constantly Reused character models
>Got Canceled so never got a true ending.
>Didn't realize the main villain was a chick until almost the very end
All in all I enjoyed the story, but most of the time wished I was blind while I watched it.