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Primal Anonymous 09/19/2020 (Sat) 17:18:19 No. 5153
New episodes October 4th. https://youtu.be/fgucEUwQgcc
There's already a thread.
>>5154 Kind of? There's a thread on wanting actual adult animation. This is specific for Primal.
Finally. Also the last episode being about a zombie virus released during the height of the WuFlu was amusing.
New episode is out. Should be clarified that this is not a season 2 but rather the second half of season 1. Season 2 has been greenlit for 2021 though. What I really like about this episode is seeing Spear care for Fang & gain even more of a proficency in tool making. Then that ending. So satisfying.
>>5755 >Air half of a show >Wait three months+ >Air the rest Why do modern networks do this.
>>5767 The Kung Flu I guess?
>>5767 Netflix was the only one really doing it. >>5768 Primal started way before the coof.
Completely forgot about posting about last week's episode. It was really horrific & beautiful.
Wanna know what killed this smilodon & wiped out a herd of triceratops? This thing.
>>6601 What am I looking at?
>>6604 Yes. The answer is we don't know. It's left extremely incredibly vague what it was. Although there are theories involving the green moon.
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>>6610 >>6612 I don't understand why should the coven of witches hate eachother so much. I guess because she wasn't careful enouth with her child? Also, it's surprising how fast the series jumped into the paranormal.
>>6651 They're protective of their children. They literally have to find, kidnap, then sacrifice a man just to get a baby. Of course they're hostile even to their sisters(?) over keeping a baby.
>>6652 But still, to be so passive aggressive when there is no need. Is there a preview for the next chapter?
>>6653 >to be so passive aggressive when there is no need. Well they are women. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGFthAixz0I
>>6654 You have a point. Are more seasons confirmed? this is the only series that isn't faggotry indoctrination devices.
>>6655 Yeah season 2 has been greenlit for next year.
>>6651 The witches seem very careful with their children and only seem to ally with each-other for rituals or defending one-another,their children or their leader. The way I see it there isn't a particular love or even interaction between them besides not attacking eachother and preparing a ritual every once in a while. Not too much of a fan for the soundtrack of that episode. >>6655 I remember it being confirmed for a second season with an interview by some no-name site. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pk5Z3-PaSpo&feature=youtu.be

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>>6608 >>6609 Notice how each night the Night Feeder attacks there's a full green moon. Thrice now the color green has been associated with the supernatural. First the green moon in the ape men episode alluding to the black goo. Then the zombie plague. Then the coven of witches. Lastly there's the compy. Looks pretty eerily similar to what the Night Feeder looks like in the end. My theory is that the compy each night on the full green moon transformed into the Night Feeder. Similar to a werewolf curse. Now the scene where Fang lunges at it only to get covered in oil would explain why it's afraid of fire & lit up so easily. The Night Feeder may secrete that oil to better hunt.
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>>6686 So does this mean that Primal just a stealth prequel to Warhammer fantasy?
>>6687 I hope not. I want an actual good ending.
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New series by Genndy has been announced. More of an all ages show this time.
>>6754 Not sure about this one.
>>6755 Hopefully it's a lot like Sym-bionic Titan.
>>6754 >Using "diverse" as selling point First red flag, but it's Gendy I would trust my mother to this guy
>>6755 I think the name is garbage. Not the "unicorn" mind you, but rather the "warriors eternal" bit. Sounds like it's trying to be epic, which is lame.
>>6754 >black male, white female Everything promotes miscegenation now. >"you don't know that!" It will.
>>6856 >A nigger is simply existent and has some kind of presence in an image <FUCKING RACEMIXERS >>>/blacked/
>>6896 Stop reminding me this board exists and a cuckchanner made it.
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>>6907 >tfw you linked to a real-ass board by accident
>>6913 Now that's some real black magic.
Admittedly this episode is the weakest of the series. But it does a good job of setting up the next season's story & threat.
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>>6977 >Weakest Nah, I liked it, personally I think River of Snakes is the weakest from the show, this one introduced plenty new concepts that can be used in future episodes and I'm really looking forward to it.
>>6989 River of Snakes was an important episode because it shows Fang & Spear learning to actually work together. They're not just immediately a cohesive team. They needed to go through more hardship to understand each other better. Which River of Snakes provided.
>>6984 >>6985 I don't like the direction this is heading too much, as I liked the episodic direction the series had and reminds me of 10000BC too much. We'll see how it goes, but I haven't lost hope for the seriesyet.
>>7001 Can't be episodic forever. Plus Spear is gonna have to advance to survive regardless. Which he's done a lot of in these past 5 episodes.
>>6754 Looks like another tax write-off to me.
>>7003 >Can't be episodic forever. Unless they make it into a comedy
is there a mega or a torrent for all of the 'newer' episodes, can't seem to find any as easily
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First 2 episodes of Season 2 are out They feel a little off, likely due to the storyboard not being done by Gendy alone this time and probably being somewhat rushed out.
>>27965 I wouldn't say rushed but some sequences can look a little sloppy sometimes. First season had that issue too. Where just basic placement & positions feel off or downright wrong. I still really like the show but it's noticeably far from perfect. A more meticulous man than me could probably list out all animation errors episode to episode.
>>27968 Nah, these 2 episodes were more sloppy than episode 1. Suspension of disbelief is kind grating too, that Megalodon sequence, while great, is too over the top as they're completely out of their element and can still somehow move at lightening speed. And both Spear and Fang bowing out and getting out of the village was downright silly.
>>27969 >suspension of disbelief I kinda get that but the megalodon fight isn't where I'd have an issue. More of how Spear can push or pull Fang around. >And both Spear and Fang bowing out and getting out of the village was downright silly. How? They both know they fucked up. Fang for trusting a stranger dinosaur who clearly doesn't have the same experience with humans/neanderthals as she did. Spear for both knowing he caused further destruction, killed Fang's friend, & that he can't stay because he has a mission. What did you expect him to build an army of irish celts to come with him to not Egypt?
anyone got a torrent for s1? I can't seem to find a good dl or torrent.
Okay I found a big animation error in the newest episode. They made Spear's left leg transparent.
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>>27971 All of that is fine, I'm talking how they look like 5 year olds that were scolded by their parents when leaving the village.
>>27989 Shockingly they're sad.
>>27990 That's not the point, they could be sad without acting like a 5 year old. They're fucking hardened survivalist killers, it just looks silly.
>3rd episode >That classic Gendy sound Did not expect that
>>27991 You really don't understand why they'd both be sad after Fang lost a friend she accidentally/had to kill & Spear pretty much tried to kill?
>>27994 It's not that they're sad anon, learn to read
>>27995 Your issue is literally the fact they're sad & walking away from the village. They're not just gonna walk away like nothing happened. They're both hurt.
>>27988 Huh it seems broken when I attempt to use it; I thought you added spaces so you could post it but it still didn't work.
Saw the last episode. The vikings deserved it.
Silly idea, but what if Primal is a prequel of Samurai Jack? mostly because of the association of black goo with evilness and disturving monsters.
>>28160 The black goo hasn't shown up again. It was there mostly to establish that magic exists in their world. Just like the witches rituals, the night feeder weredinosaur, & the zombie plague.
>>28160 >>28162 Also the black goo that became Aku was confined to a specific area in Japan apparently. This setting gives no indication it's anywhere near Japan. It seems like it vaguely takes place in prehistoric Europe mostly from what we've seen. I like the theory, but the black goo would had to have been transported half way across the world for that to work unless a piece of the original black mass that became Aku landed somewhere else on Earth too, though Samurai Jack before the time travel has Jack being trained in several different cultures that would have been centuries apart if in our world so I don't think the show specifically lines up with any real point in time anyway. There was implication that the dogs in Samurai Jack were digging up the ruins of Townsville though IIRC.
>>28172 Well, maybe not Aku, but the source from where Aku comes from. Besides, Samurai Jack doesn't make sense with time periods and travel time. Besides, the witch looks pretty Aku-ish.
>>28196 You are grasping at straws for a connection where one doesn't exist.
>>28197 I guess so, just found it curious.
Episode 5 of season 2 takes a weird turn.
Just absolutely bizarre how we go from vikings to this.
You can skip this episode unless you're a completionist or die hard Charles Darwin fan.
>>28311 >>28312 >>28313 In an interview a few weeks ago Tartakovsky mentioned wanting to turn Primal into an anthology exploring different stories. This is probably the start of those plans, though this may just be an experiment to see how well it's receive before following through with production of more episodes without Spear and Fang. https://www.indiewire.com/2022/07/genndy-tartakovsky-interview-primal-season-2-1234743398/
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>>28314 It makes me wonder if the only thing the network is willing to let him run is the primal show. I mean I like his work but this seems like something you'd explore in another project instead of converting your existing story into an anthology.
>>28314 >>28315 It could work if they end Spear's story appropriately.... but it'd defeat the point of the show's name if we just keep hopping timelines & characters outside of the ancient setting full of dangerous wildlife.
>>28316 Primal doesn't necessarily have to refer to the time period.
>>28319 Kinda does though.
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>>28321 It means primitive in general, not specifically "primitive times" or "caveman years".
>>28328 Yes but that'd still limit it to around certain settings of ancient eras.
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>>28331 Would you not consider brutally beating a man to a pulp with nothing but your fists and maybe a piece of wood or a spear "primal"?
>>28334 That's different. The subject matter of the episode was a theory on man's primal nature. It's not something you can keep doing in more & more future settings.
>Yoshi's eggs.greentext
>>28449 Thats too much detail for anyone to tell me it doesnt involve someone's fetish.
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>>28449 What I mean why?
>>28449 This season sucks.
>>28456 It's the circle of life, anon.
>>28468 Hes asking why there isnt a vivid description of the smell.
I wasn't expecting full frontal cloaca action. I also wasn't expecting the vikings to come back so soon, I thought it would be another episode or so. But damn, Viking dad really has nothing left to lose now.
Call me crazy, fellas, but I think it might've been a bad idea to worship a giant horned shadow creature that appears through fire.
>>28529 Ey, it worked well until a caveman with a Tyranosaur came to shit on everything.
>>28628 He would still be hellbound.
>>28630 Well, they are vikings. Their gods keep demanding to be in war like the Aztecs and certain religion of peace.
>>28631 Yeah but this isn't a very norse god. This is like practically the biblical devil.
>>28633 That's old-school sword and sandle for you. Have a evil supernatural being? Make them look like a big red devil.
Absolutely cathartic episode but oh lord is it about to get a lot worse for everyone.
Very particularly well done animation detail as well.
>>28942 I thought the African Papa was gonna tear the queens leg off and throw her to the sharks. Where did the white slaves go when they jumped out of the smaller boat? Also, did the rest of the African slaves grow absolutely giant with each passing second? By the time they're on the deck with the queen they were clearly over twice her own height.
>>28979 Yes. Exaggeration of size for style.
Oh god, there's a bunch of new episodes, and the vola is dead, and I don't know where to safely get anything except for anime weeaboo trash, why am I so fucking stupid.
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>>28984 Thanks for the honeypot, friend. It is very sweet.
>>28983 Nigger where have you been? Vola as a whole died a long time ago.
>>29000 It has been a long time since I watched cartoons.
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>>28983 >and I don't know where to safely get anything except for anime weeaboo trash Do you have a VPN? Because if you do, try fmovies.ps and stream it.
>>28942 I was honestly hoping for a three way battle where the demonic entity absolutely obliterates the ship to establish a bit of a threat.
>>29023 You'll probably still get ship destruction.
>>29024 Yeah but I wanted the episode to end on them narrowly escaping after having a bit of a fight and realising it's probably safer to paddle away.
Season 2 finale is here & what a finale it was! Maybe some will feel it's a little rushed but they only had 22 minutes to wrap up the story. I feel satisfied with it. I don't know if we'll get a season 3 since Genndy is working on another show, Unicorn: Warriors Eternal, but it'd likely be an anthology like he proposed.
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Season 2 was way rougher than the first
>>29073 That's an obvious in motion action shot. There's plenty of actual animation errors to point out.
>>28313 >Last image That shit fucking killed me, I was expecting it but the delivery was just so fucking good I spent a good 20 seconds laughing.
Something I noticed recently is how similar Spear looks to the caveman from the "Old Flame" episode of Dexter's Lab. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfkOh3C6T3s
>>29131 People were making this comparison since Primal was announced. It's a very basic caveman look.
>>29072 I enjoyed the finale and thought it was a satisfying conclusion to Spear's story. The only thing I found weird was Mira having sex with Spear as he lays dying from most of his body being burned. Apparently both his dick was relatively undamaged and functional after that and he had enough awareness and feeling to get it up? It would have made more sense if they had sex shortly before his final battle, either in the finale or one of the episodes before it, rather than as he's dying from horrific burns all over his body. I really liked that last scene with Fang, her new offspring, Mira, and Spear's daughter though. >>29132 I never really participated much in fan discussion or read much media news for Primal so didn't know about that and haven't watched much Dexter's Lab since the 00s reruns on cable. The main reason I only took note of it now is because Spear dies from being burned to death while what could be seen as the prototype for his character decades earlier from another Tartakovsky work is presented as the first caveman to discover how to use fire. It seemed like a kind of interesting comparison.
>>29135 If they had one more episode to make the finale a 2 parter then maybe the first could end on them making love. But you gotta admit what we got has people talking about the show like crazy because of how... surprising it is. I always just find it kinda beautiful in a way that Mira is granting Spear's wish of not feeling alone anymore by continuing his legacy through their daughter.
So that seemed like a true finale, even if I wish it had been a two parter, and would have preferred their daughter to be conceived before the fight. Has there been any word of a third season, assumedly starring Spears daughter?
>>29137 No official greenlight on a season 3 but Genndy has said if he does a season 3 after Unicorn: Warriors Eternal then it'd be an anthology. https://ew.com/tv/primal-creator-finale-uncertain-future/
>>29138 Ah right, an anthology could be fun. Would be nice if one of those eps is about Spear's daughter, but I like the sound of various different Primal settings, characters, locations. Not sure what to think about Unicorn.
>>29166 Gotta wait till there's a real trailer to give an idea of what to expect from Unicorn.
>Primal ends >Ends with loli ried dinosaur Nice. The only word Spear ever learned was Mira's name. So what's up with the Primal world? How do all these different civilizations from different periods all below a certain technological level exist at the same time plus also dinosaurs and magic? Valkyries are real, and so is some sort of devil too, so presumably Valhalla and the pantheon of Norse gods exist, but maybe just for the Viking societies? Is the England episode in the same universe? Did some sort of magic fuckery happen after that episode chronologically to cause the whole world to get all fucked up merging a ton of different time periods together at once?
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>>29072 >Genndy gets to finish Samurai Jack fairly well >Then makes a series that's basically the dialogue free sections of Samurai Jack, but with a caveman >Primal finishes >Genndy is already working on another original animation Did I somehow slip into a good timeline? I think I might cry. I didn't believe it was possible to have this much quality out of an American cartoon anymore. One that isn't an adult comedy, like Venture Bros. It's like I'm a kid again.
>>29210 Enjoy it while you can. It's rare to get good cartoons in the first place anymore. Even rarer to get a good serious cartoons for an adult audience.
>>29209 Don't look for an explanation, anon. It's not that kind of show. Genndy just put in whatever cool stuff he could think of without worrying about historical accuracy, and made it work.

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