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Kid Cosmic Anonymous 02/04/2021 (Thu) 04:38:47 No. 9381
>Craig McCracken >Rob Renzetti >Inspired by classic comics, including Dennis the Menace and Tintin <Netflix Original It's got some potential, but the team is retarded at the moment. Another season is already in the works.
>>9423 Its seems to be a standard at least on streaming.
>>9397 you bitch about the nigress but not the giant darkie/hispanic in the picture?
Ugh, why do western cartoons keep turning me more and more into a shotacon?
>>9381 >>9432 Personally I think it's just nice to see boys drawn with normal hairstyles instead of awful modern hairstyles. >shotacon Just because you think they're cute doesn't necessarily mean that you want to do them.
>>9432 Did you added him a nose with MSpaint? If that's so, then, based autist, I do the same, sometimes
>>9425 Looks like I'm gouging out my eyes and mailing them to Ted Turner. Is Ted Turner still alive? Did he finally die after being unable to cope with being a furfag?
>>9440 No, it's there in the original art. He has a visible nose in the series too.
>>9432 A shota is a common target for milfs.
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>>9461 when will the be a /ss/ board?
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>>9463 Be the change you want in the world.
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>>9463 >>9464 Kid's soon gonna get chocolate milked, American or Mexican style.
>>9381 >>9427 Actually, the giant spic bothers me for some reason. He looks like his art's at odds with old timey filter, too smooth like the calarts niggerstyle. Same with the alien dude in pic 4 of OP.
>>9479 >He It's a loli, Anonymous.
>>9482 >giant loli That's just fucking awesome.
>>9483 Yeah Craig "I fuck Lauren Faust everynight" McCrackhead got one thing right, he picked the exact characters necessary to bait people into watching regardless of the shows writing, a teen, a shota, and a loli. The man knows exactly what he's doing.
>>9381 <cheap motion-tween animation like Wander Over Yonder Was NuVoltron the only Netflix "original" that had decent animation? >>9479 I'm not keen about the character designs either, there's something dull and generic about them.
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This has been out for a week anyone watch it or are we all gonna just discuss how it looks?
>>9510 Got a torrent?
>>9382 >season 1 is just 10 episodes Looks like they're going that route.
>>9510 I gave it a shot and watched the first episode; the opening scene showing all Kid' stuff and the music fooled me to believe the show is happening in the past, but turns out it has the same cancer timeline as ours and Kid Cosmic is Kid Hipster. The plot was boring and the characters' personalities are as flat and generic as their designs. The animation was incredibly choppy. In addition, the characters had Calarts bean smile and side mouth on the cheek like anime. I'm starting to think PPG was one-hit wonder and Faust is the more talented out of the two. >>9513 Just use https://kimcartoon.to/ or www.thewatchcartoononline.tv
>>9510 I watched all of it. I actually liked it a lot. It's not incredible, but it's a simple and fun cartoon and there wasn't any agenda-pushing or political nods that I can see, other than the main villain in the end being a very patriotic US government "Man in Black" bent on conquering the galaxy. Though honestly at this point portraying the US government as corrupt or evil is like calling a horse a horse, not to mention it's meant to flip the classic humans vs. aliens comic book plot fodder on its head. The aesthetics were cool, I liked the setting, each character got some time to shine, things didn't always turn out as expected and everything got wrapped up with a neat little bow at the end. The message of the show mostly revolved around the classic "it ain't the powers make the hero" and dealing with feelings of inadequacy. It seemed almost like they didn't expect a second season at first, since everything got resolved nicely and they just casually name dropped a potential future threat just in case they did. It could have easily stood alone as a 10 episode adventure until the very last couple minutes. I recommend it. It was a breath of fresh air in this desolate, political wasteland we call western animation. Don't know how season 2 will turn out but I'm optimistic.
>>10018 Oh, one last addition: You can really see the benefits of the show not having to adhere to public broadcasting standards. There are direct spoken threats to kill in dialogue, directly referenced deaths of characters, real-looking guns that actually fire bullets and casual dismemberment (though no blood or gore to go with it).
>>10019 >broadcasting standards Is there anybody still watching cable TV now that streaming is becoming the new standard? It's a shame that most of the enforced restrictions from TV producers are still (mostly) carried over for cartoons, even under Netflix or wherever. I thought the show was fine until the army showed up. The evil biker did not look threatening at all despite the voice acting, and while I get that the show was going for a US Dennis the Menace style, his design stuck out as a lazily designed villain.
>>10019 >no blood or gore Well not entirely wrong.
Oh & uh sleeping aliens.
For the kids!
>>10022 Hah, totally forgot about that scene since it passed by so quickly. Loved that whole sequence.
Finished it. Was really good. Wish more people were talking about it. Whole thing is just genuine innocent fun with heart. Made me tear up a little sometimes too. So I really dug it. It was kind of dumb fun how they parodied Power Rangers. Specifically Power Rangers with the shitty theme song that won't stop saying the team name & always fighting aliens.
>>10022 >>10023 >>10024 Well at least Craig doesn't have to worry about the censors much.
>>10020 Its refreshing for a show to acknowledge an actual government presence for once, you can only fight aliens so many times until you start asking where the military is?
>>10325 Yet another reason Sym-Bionic Titan's cancellation still stings.
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Season 2 is already out. Seems like it's really just Part 2 of Season 1. The main villains are Thanos Fantos and a planet killer. I was hoping that Flo (Jo's mom) wouldn't mind the others (especially Jo) getting the other stones, but I guess she's too focused on managing the cafe.
>>17745 A lot of Anons already assumed it was a split season. Netflix tends to do that for some reason.
>>17746 If a season on average is 12 episodes then yeah that's essentially what they like to do for some reason.


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