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General Toku/Kaiju thread Anonymous 05/26/2020 (Tue) 20:16:26 No. 1456 [Reply] [Last]
Is the MCU considered a Tokusatsu? Other shows/toons and comics that could be considered Toku? What happened to the Power Rangers BOOM! comic? I was posting the PR comic general a couple years back but since Kyle Higgins got replaced as a writer around the Shattered Grid event which seemed hurried as hell I lost interest and the previews just smelled like shark jumping, also the Go Go series, which started pretty weak but it git gud later only to be dragged into the Shattered Grid mess.
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>>23121 >At best you'll get a 3D/4D ride exclusively in Japan.
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>>23121 was it fun?
<Toho's Next Kaiju Project >Kaiju News Outlet reports that the next kaiju project from Toho will begin filming next month as it looks for Extras to help in rounding out the project, while also noting that the film will more than likely take place in Japan around the time of the mid-1940s with director Takashi Yamazaki heading up the project. <New Gigan design unveiled >Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Gigan, we have our first look at Gigan's fresh design for the upcoming short film by Gemstone, officially sponsored by Godzilla studio Toho! Titled G vs. G 2, the new short film will arrive this Fall! https://archive.is/UgErC https://archive.is/rcBVP

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All-America Comix Anonymous 07/01/2020 (Wed) 17:33:44 No. 2402 [Reply] [Last]
The creators of America Chavez weren't allowed to make her solo book, so they went and made a "new" character at Image. How bad can it be? It certainly can't be as bad as the America Chavez book, right?
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>>23299 That makes sense.
>>23275 That's not a very precise claim, as the west destroyed nations comprehensively and eliminated Gaddafi, Hussein and a bunch of leaders of dominant factions in the middle east.
lmao niggers

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Anonymous 02/10/2022 (Thu) 13:41:29 No. 22982 [Reply]
‘Futurama’ Revival Ordered at Hulu With Multiple Original Cast Members Returning https://archive.fo/wip/3ekgq >Variety has learned that the streaming service has ordered 20 new episodes of the adult animated sci-fi comedy series. The revival hails from David X. Cohen and Matt Groening. Cohen developed the original series with Groening, the series creator. >Original series cast members Billy West, Katey Sagal, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr and David Herman will all return. John DiMaggio, who voiced Bender and several minor characters, is not currently attached. According to an individual with knowledge of the project, the producers are hopeful DiMaggio will return. Should that not happen, Bender will be recast. >Though DiMaggio did not initially make a statement about the revival, he retweeted several posts in which others expressed their desire for him to return. >“@TheJohnDiMaggio needs to come back as Bender or this isn’t good news, everyone,” one retweet read, while another simply said: “Come on, pay the man!” Later Wednesday afternoon, DiMaggio did provide an update through his Twitter, thanking fans for their concerns and promising to keep people posted on his potential involvement with the project. >Production will begin this month with an eye towards a 2023 premiere. “I’m thrilled to have another chance to think about the future… or really anything other than the present,” said Cohen. >“It’s a true honor to announce the triumphant return of ‘Futurama’ one more time before we get canceled abruptly again,” added Groening. “Futurama” focuses on the life of Philip Fry (West), a 25-year-old pizza delivery boy who accidentally freezes himself on December 31, 1999 and wakes up 1,000 years later with a fresh start at life and a new group of friends including Leela (Sagal), a tough but lovely one-eyed mutant, and Bender, a robot who is fond of drinking excessively, smoking cigars, and stealing anything not nailed down. >“When presented with the opportunity to bring fans and viewers new episodes of ‘Futurama,’ we couldn’t wait to dive in,” said Craig Erwich, president of Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment. “This iconic series helped blaze the trail for the success of adult animation since its initial launch and we look forward to Matt & David continuing to pave the way and further establishing Hulu as the premiere destination for fans of the genre.” 20th Television Animation is producing “Futurama” with Rough Draft Studios, Inc. contributing the animation. >This marks the second time the show has been brought back since it originally launched in 1999. After its initial four-season run on Fox, reruns of the show found new life as part of the Adult Swim lineup on Cartoon Network and on DVD. Four direct-to-video films were then produced, which were later re-edited into a fifth season that aired on Comedy Central starting in 2008. Comedy Central would go on to air two more seasons consisting of 26 episodes each between 2010 and 2013. >The show developed a strong cult following over the years and was also met with critical success. It was nominated for 14 Emmy Awards in total, winning six, including best animated program twice as well as winning twice for best individual achievement in animation. >“What I love about animation is that it’s possible for a successful show to take a pause and then resume years later, even on a different platform, and pick up right where it left off. ‘Futurama’ is one of those shows,” said Marci Proietto, head of 20th Television Animation. “The excitement from Hulu about returning Matt and David’s genius creation for all-new episodes has been off the charts. I’m thrilled that this incredible team will get to tell more stories, and that our Planet Express crew will have more adventures together. It’s a win for the fans who have loved the show since the beginning, and for the ones who will now discover it for the very first time.”
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>>22982 So all of the sudden they want competition with Reddit & Memey? >>22990 Simpsons formula, reset everything and they will eat it up. However Disenchantment they followed SU formula: Filler episodes that lead to nowhere.
I feel like this show is firmly rooted in the early 2000's culturally and any attempt to make more without substantial changes is just going to be shameless nostalgia milking.
>>23027 >the sound design was broken in every episode That's what the fuck was bothering me. I couldn't figure it out. Something just felt fucking jarring right from the start. Thanks anon.

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Anonymous 02/15/2022 (Tue) 13:49:58 No. 23107 [Reply]
‘Teen Titans Go!’ Renewed For Season 8 By Cartoon Network; ‘Mayhem In The Multiverse’ TV Movie Gets Trailer & Premiere Date https://archive.md/7Cq5W
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>>23180 >spam the absolute shit out of Oggy and the Cockroaches Huh, now I get why its so popular now.
On one hand, it's shit that needs to be given the Old Yeller treatment a year ago. On the other hand, looking at >>23133, it's not like CN would air anything worthwhile in its place.
>>23107 >‘Teen Titans Go!’ Renewed For Season 8 <There's been 7 seasons of Calarts Titans Go!

Anonymous 02/15/2022 (Tue) 23:04:57 No. 23130 [Reply] [Last]
This isn't a raping, they're violating the corpse and wearing the skin Buffalo Bill style. And to think Darkwing Duck is next.
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>>23223 >>23247 >>23249 Go to bitch on the meta thread, you absolute mongoloids. Stop derailing the thread.
>>23257 Blame Frank.
>>23130 >Buffalo Bill style Buffalo Bill at least turned the skin into clothes first.

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CARTOON TIME, /co/! 02/20/2022 (Sun) 03:36:35 No. 23256 [Reply]
It's that time again. TONIGHT: Pluck It, We’ll Do It Live!: ep 53-54 Princess Sissy Doesn't Like The Look Of That Liveleak Logo As She Tours The Castle: eps 14-16 Dude Looks Like A Lady: eps 1-3 SERIES PREMIER The Turtles Are Concerned April's Definition Of "Topping": eps 64-65 It's the beginning of the end - Kenshin wanders off, and Sailor Stars, the final season of Sailor Moon, makes its way onto the block. Never let it be said that I don't see things through to the end. LET'S GO. Don't forget to vote for next week's bonus episode. https://vaughn.live/starfish_wasteland
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voting Sailor moon,
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Costumes from the poorly thought out design department Anonymous 05/15/2020 (Fri) 02:21:52 No. 877 [Reply] [Last]
Why continue to use something that works, stylish and/or is extremely icon; when you can butcher it and make it look laughably bad.
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>>23101 >>23091 >>23100 It kinda looks like /cyber/'s old tan.
>>23120 did anyone ever hear back from that board?
>>23120 How could anyone think that haircut looks good? It looks like your barber had a stroke and died halfway through your haircut.

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Comic writers losing control of their creations Anonymous 09/01/2021 (Wed) 02:13:34 No. 17466 [Reply] [Last]
How many instances have you seen of writers getting screwed out of how their series/characters/whatever are portrayed and complain about it later? In a recent DC Black Label book (Suicide Squad: Get Joker), they had Wild Dog in that universe be part of the Jan. 6th Capitol Hill tour insurrection as a right wing fanatic, and his original creators Max Allan Collins and Terry Beatty went bitching to BleedingCool about it, and that made me curious about other incidents. Here's the rant: https://archive.is/9NiSS >My first reaction at discovering Wild Dog had been recruited into the Suicide Squad as the leader of the Jan. 6 Insurrection as a defecating Proud Boy-style seditionist was bewildered shock. Basically, "Huh?" That quickly grew to rage, expressed mostly as, "F-ck DC," and "F-ck the writer." I shared these sentiments with Wild Dog's artist/co-creator, Terry Beatty, and he basically tried to calm me down. But, obviously, it gradually worked him into a rabid lather, too. > For me, it's settled into disappointment and disgust. Wild Dog was conceived as a home-grown costumed hero. No cape, no cowl, just what could be put together out of such items as a hockey mask (with its Jason resonance) and body armor and real-world stuff from a hardware store and a home workshop. The usual "what if" all fiction writers operate from – "what if" somebody decided to actually be a costumed hero? > The results were not always beneficial. When Wild Dog found himself confronted by a would-be Bucky to his Captain America, despite our hero's best efforts to discourage the Pup's participation, the child is nearly killed. Terry and I pursued this with Ms. Tree – she was a vigilante, too, but wound up both in jail and in a mental institution. I might add in the Ms. Tree feature, Terry and I explored such then-current (and still current, unfortunately) topics as date rape, abortion clinic bombings, and gay bashing. > Some defenders of what we see as a perverted use of our creation dismiss it on the grounds that Wild Dog is a minor, forgotten character. Well, tell that to DC, who have used the character in at least three other comics, most recently as a cast member of the Cave Carson comic book, and to the CW network, where Wild Dog was a recurring character on Arrow. > Wild Dog debuted in a four-issue mini-series, had a regular slot in Action Weekly, and a "Special" double-length one-shot. In addition Terry is an Eisner-winning Batman artist, and we were Eisner nominees for our Ms. Tree work at DC. I wrote a year of Batman as well as two Batman graphic novels and was the initial writer of the Tim Burton-era Batman newspaper strip. My graphic novel (with Richard Piers Rayner), Road to Perdition, generated an Academy Award-winning film that is often cited as one of the best comic book movies ever made, and the graphic novel itself appears on many "Best of" lists. As recently as 2011 Terry and I did Return to Perdition for DC. > So what? So Terry and I both have long relationships with DC and might have expected better where one of our creations is concerned. Yes, DC owns the rights to the character, but simple courtesy and common decency might suggest going down this path with Wild Dog was ill-advised – and that at least the creators should be warned. After all, invoking the Jan. 6 riot was bound to attract attention and controversy – shock value was the point, after all. > Of course we weren't informed, just as we were not told about Wild Dog being used on the Arrow TV show. We weren't paid for that (one of the few things our contract gave us) until that fact went public. I have worked with many terrific people at DC, but DC itself remains what it's always been – a corporation built on the bones of two Cleveland teenagers. > As for Brian Azzarello, who I have never met, I have to wonder what kind of writer uses the creation of another writer in such a reckless, disrespectful manner. Azzarello is one of a generation of comics writers who owe a certain debt to our Ms. Tree, the first successful crime comic book in decades when it appeared in 1981. Still the longest running private eye comic book of all time (50 issues plus specials), it paved the way for everything that followed. We might have expected better thanks than this. > DC owning Wild Dog doesn't stop it being characterized as my work – the fame of Road to Perdition guarantees I will be mentioned in the context of a character who is tied to a political movement I abhor. But a modicum of consideration from the publisher, and some respect from the writer, is too much to expect from the company and talent who ignore Bill Finger's Batman in favor of Batman fingering Catwoman.
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>>22487 Honestly I agree with razorfist on unhinged joss Whedon. He calls out Gal Gadot being English second language and Ray cry racism fisher for being a horrible actor. As time goes zack Synder not only proven to be a hack but he far more SJW than joss Whedon.
>>23029 >As time goes zack Synder not only proven to be a hack but he far more SJW than joss Whedon. I don't know what Snyder has said outside the movie itself, but his cut doesn't have the part from the opening where some "innocent muslims" get "hate crimed" by "white supremacists." Whedon just had to add that. I've done my best to forget most of the rest of both cuts, but Whedon's was far more SJW, and his movies in general are more SJW than Snyder's movies.
>>23031 >I don't know what Snyder has said outside the movie itself Zack synder did the whole woke casting long before Disney doing with marvel. Including intentionally casting a faggot to play the flash.

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2000AD thread Anonymous 05/17/2020 (Sun) 08:05:54 No. 978 [Reply]
Thread devoted to all things 2000AD (Rebellion Publishing). It can be just the Dreddverse or alternatively any of the myriad other stories published.
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>>23074 Yeah it really is handy.
>>23081 Im surprised more people havent used it especially for the Share Thread.
>>23058 I really enjoyed the crossover with Mars Attacks.

Anonymous 02/15/2022 (Tue) 02:08:01 No. 23059 [Reply]
It's Valentine's Day, and love is in the air! Or maybe it's carbon monoxide. Hard to tell. Either way, what better way to spread the love than sit and watch "romantic" movies with strangers over the internet? Cuz that's what we're going to do. Are you a bad enough dude to join us? We're doing a triple feature tonight, starting off with our annual showing of Strange Magic, after which there will be a choice between the Ted Box and the Yaki Box. Ted Box smells like something you couldn't get away with in movies nowadays. Yaki Box smells like the deceptive scent of catfish. Join us! https://vaughn.live/tedfufu
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Voting the Good Dinosaur
Last movie of the night is from the Yaki Box, and it's Cinderella III: A Twist in Time! Lady Tremaine (aka the Wicked Stepmother of Cinderella) obtains the Fairy Godmother's Wand, and decides to use it to her own purposes. Luckily, Cinderella and The Prince aren't putting up with that bullshit.

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Anonymous 02/13/2022 (Sun) 17:56:22 No. 23053 [Reply]
>>23053 Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiet, who's playing this year?

CW DC universe shows: Smallville edition Anonymous 01/26/2022 (Wed) 20:15:34 No. 22580 [Reply] [Last]
So the first ten minutes of the pilot for smallville is fantastic. We get a rain of kryptonite (makes sense, as much of that shit is fucking everywhere in superman comics it was probably a pretty traumatic event) We get Lana Langs parents totally disintegrated by a kryptonite strike, hardcore as fuck, and then we start getting questionable things. Like Lex is bald because of the kryptonite strikes blowing all the hair off his head at 6. Pretty fucking stupid and pointless, but whatever. Then we get our obligatory skip in years. And Clark's a geek who wants to join the football team. His folks are agin it for obvious reasons (no one really talks about it but superman could kill people without trying) And then a tobey Maguire spidey reference with a missed school bus. That's where I'm at with the pilot so far. Pretty fucking good. If they are willing to straight murder the shit out of people on a pilot then there's promise for a fairly hardcore show. Thread question: Lana Lang or Lois Lane?
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>>23034 When do you consider Batwoman to have started the SJW takeover? When the character was brought back as a lesbian in like 2006? Because sure, I could see that argument. I remember though that Marvel was trying similar things at the same time, but they were worse at it. Batwoman's revival was considered to generally be a well made comic. Meanwhile Marvel brought back The Rawhide Kid as a big flaming homo. But really, yeah, there was a bunch of similar shit at DC, like killing off Ted Kord and replacing him with a mexican kid. But people at least liked the mexican kid, and the series didn't shit all over Ted Kord and say that he was never a good Blue Beetle to begin with. Marvel is the company that went all out with it starting with Carol Danvers completely changing personalities once she became Captain Marvel, and then they replaced almost all of their high profile characters with affirmative action hires that were also smug assholes, just like the writers. Meanwhile, DC was specifically doing DC Rebirth to reverse a bunch of the changes they made a few years earlier and bring back the more classic elements. DC at least sucks bad enough to flip flop on their SJW bullshit. Marvel goes all out with it. But let me be clear, they're both awful, and both have been evil, soulless corporations from the start.
>>23036 >Meanwhile Marvel brought back The Rawhide Kid as a big flaming homo. One of the few non punisher max books worth reading in the MAX line. Rawhide kid max unintentionally hilarious. They made his name into a gay joke in the name of being progressive. It’s like all those SJW comics that are unintentionally racist in the name of being woke.
>>23036 >though that Marvel was trying similar things at the same time, At the time marvel were making new gay characters that most likely just end up being background characters in the x-men. Batwoman still doesn’t have a main personality trace beyond being a lesbian. But she attach to the bat family. She gets media attention the gay X-men characters don’t.

Anonymous 02/10/2022 (Thu) 02:48:19 No. 22967 [Reply]
After almost 7 years it looks like this movie is finally happening. https://archive.fo/1tMQH >Paramount Animation has landed the animated feature Blazing Samurai, which has an A-list voice cast led by Michael Cera. The studio acquired the movie from GFM Animation for North America and other key international territories, setting a U.S. release of July 22, 2022. >Along with Cera, the voice cast includes Samuel L. Jackson, Ricky Gervais, Mel Brooks, George Takei, Djimon Hounsou, Michelle Yeoh, Cathy Shim, Kylie Kuioka, Gabriel Iglesias and Aasif Mandvi. >Cera voices Hank, a dog who dreams of becoming a samurai in a land where that privilege is reserved exclusively for cats. He gets his chance when a post opens up in the small town of Kakamucho, but little does Hank know that the local warlord (Gervais) who hired him is bent on destroying the town for his own gain. Seemingly destined to fail, Hank coaxes a reluctant, once great samurai (Jackson) out of retirement to become his mentor, and together they become samurai heroes.
>>22967 Wait, is this movie done or are they just now animating it because I havent heard about it in years.

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QUALITY /co/ Anonymous 07/08/2021 (Thu) 21:18:12 No. 14936 [Reply]
It's time for a QUALITY thread
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>>15063 >ywn work for cobra, have dental plan and watch qt cobra dancers
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>>15066 >ywn work for cobra Why do you seek my tears?
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Arthur's going off the air soon. Anonymous 07/28/2021 (Wed) 03:34:41 No. 15869 [Reply] [Last]
Arthur's ending sometime in 2022. After 25 season in the winter of 2022, the show will debute it's final season and after that, it'll just be reruns. https://yewtu.be/watch?v=XIdwV4MMYmA https://archive.fo/StRS7 https://archive.fo/dWyfH
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>>21742 Not only mr Ratburns was straight. He was implied to be a womanizer in the 80s.
>>21645 Fun fact, francine said she was a muslim in the Norwegian dub of Arthur. It had me confused for a good few years.
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>>21250 >I'm gonna' eat the DICK out of his cake >>21320 There is an overdubbed clip where they admit they won't pull the plug no matter if the quality decays, just a flex to the other shows that did end when needed.

Peter Robbins, original Charlie Brown voice actor, dead at 65 Anonymous 01/26/2022 (Wed) 18:42:53 No. 22565 [Reply]
>Peter Robbins, who voiced "Charlie Brown" from 1963 to 1969, died from suicide according to Robbins' relatives. >Robbins battled lifelong mental illness, struggled with addiction and had several run-ins with the law as an adult. >Robbins, a California native, began voicing Charlie Brown at just 9 years old. https://archive.ph/9kwPf
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>>22607 RIP to one of the very first tomboy connoisseurs. Even though he never realized it himself.
>>22565 Good grief
>>22565 I actually wanted him to react to the VHS parody dubs.

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