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Response to Cartoon Club Sep. 17th, 2009 @ 08:53 PM Reply

At 9/17/09 07:03 PM, puddinN64 wrote:
At 9/16/09 02:46 AM, Saren wrote: I'll join in. I don't see why this isn't a very popular club, I guess people are just really specific when it comes to Cartoons now.
Yeah, most people on here are either looking for a Family Guy or Southpark club. Really quite a shame.

Ya, and it just attracts alot of youn members that will just come and go and so we never have a roster that has alot of active users on it. Alot of the "active" memebers that were here have not posted on the Forums in a long time. I have been around for 3 years and that seems to be a rare thing...


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Response to Cartoon Club Oct. 2nd, 2009 @ 10:51 PM Reply

So, does anyone have any thoughts on The Cleveland Brown Show on Fox?

Personally, I think it's just a place to put all of the poor Family Guy jokes. I hope it gets canceled in 2010.


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Response to Cartoon Club Oct. 2nd, 2009 @ 11:27 PM Reply

At 10/2/09 10:51 PM, puddinN64 wrote: So, does anyone have any thoughts on The Cleveland Brown Show on Fox?

Personally, I think it's just a place to put all of the poor Family Guy jokes. I hope it gets canceled in 2010.

I missed it, it looked ok, I heard it was funny but it looks pretty iffy. I think it's a weird idea for a spin off.

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Response to Cartoon Club Oct. 18th, 2009 @ 07:46 PM Reply

At 10/2/09 11:27 PM, CapnCrunchDaPimp wrote:
At 10/2/09 10:51 PM, puddinN64 wrote: So, does anyone have any thoughts on The Cleveland Brown Show on Fox?

Personally, I think it's just a place to put all of the poor Family Guy jokes. I hope it gets canceled in 2010.
I missed it, it looked ok, I heard it was funny but it looks pretty iffy. I think it's a weird idea for a spin off.

Personally, I think Quagmire should have got his own show. He's a much more interesting character to me.


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Response to Cartoon Club Oct. 19th, 2009 @ 02:21 AM Reply

I thought it'd be a good show, like the guy above me said though they should have just made a Quagmire show or something.

Either way, focusing a show on any one character would get repetitive easily.


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Response to Cartoon Club Oct. 20th, 2009 @ 10:05 PM Reply

At 10/20/09 06:47 PM, Mendou wrote: Been getting into DC Universe animated stuff. Rented volumes of Batman the animated series and I grabbed season 1 of Justice League Unlimited today. Feels awesome to be reliving my childhood.

Anyone here a fan of that stuff?

Justice League, teen titans, every single batman, all tight shit. Especially Justice League. There was a Teen Titans marathon on a month or so ago, all day long, and they still play both of them on Boomerang. Personally, I think Batman the Brave and the Bold is great even if its lighthearted because it has great color and still manages to fit some philosphical parts. So yeah, all 3 of those I love.

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Response to Cartoon Club Dec. 12th, 2009 @ 03:44 PM Reply

At 10/20/09 06:47 PM, Mendou wrote: Been getting into DC Universe animated stuff. Rented volumes of Batman the animated series and I grabbed season 1 of Justice League Unlimited today. Feels awesome to be reliving my childhood.

Anyone here a fan of that stuff?

By Batman: TAS you mean the 90's stuff, correct?

If so, then yes. I do like that stuff.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 23rd, 2011 @ 09:49 PM Reply

As a bump,
Lauren Faust has been responsible for the Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary friends and MLP FIM.
What do people think of her work overall?

Related,
apparently through the meme following FIM got, it seems Lauren herself has some contact with the fanbase. I wonder what other artists of cartoons get involved a lot in the world of fanfic and such.


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 23rd, 2011 @ 10:01 PM Reply

At 5/23/11 09:49 PM, RubberTrucky wrote: Lauren Faust has been responsible for the Powerpuff Girls

No.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 03:29 AM Reply

At 5/23/11 10:01 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote:
At 5/23/11 09:49 PM, RubberTrucky wrote: Lauren Faust has been responsible for the Powerpuff Girls
No.

Ok, yeah, kind of seriously misread the wikipage. She's been working on it since beginning of the '00s though.


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 05:49 AM Reply

I love cartoon. I will join this club.

My personal favorite are the Seth Mcfarlane's other then The Cleverland Show. I also love the classics like the Looney Tunes and The Pink Panther.


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 03:02 PM Reply

At 5/23/11 09:49 PM, RubberTrucky wrote: As a bump,
Lauren Faust has been responsible for the Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary friends and MLP FIM.
What do people think of her work overall?

As far as I'm concerned, I think the shows are pretty okay.

Powerpuff Girls (created by, and I hope i have it right this time, Craig McCracken):
I used to zap on it when i came across Cartoon network. As a show, it has some crude animations. My major beef though was the bit idea of heroes beating up bad guys breaking no sweat at all. most episodes are somewhat like this.
But it had its great moments. I remember the episode where the PPG discovered swearing and went around town spewing swear words without knowing what they were doing.
Also, a memorable moment was the episode where the PPG got a new neighbour and the girl became their friend. At one point the professor mentioned that the PPG were created by accident, at which the girl simply stated that she was an accident too. I find it amusing when shows hide adult jokes in between the childish naivity.
(also, the episode with the little white lie where Buttercup confesses of peeing on the toiletseat, which obviously confused the others)


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 06:16 PM Reply

Am I the only one that didn't like Fosters?

The humor was so..."Are they seriously trying to squeeze a joke out of this?" and mostly the show was weird and random, and I hated Bloo. It's like the writers were trying way too hard at making him likable.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 06:20 PM Reply

At 5/24/11 06:16 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote: Am I the only one that didn't like Fosters?

The humor was so..."Are they seriously trying to squeeze a joke out of this?" and mostly the show was weird and random, and I hated Bloo. It's like the writers were trying way too hard at making him likable.

Wait..People did like that show? Weird, but yeah I agree with you. For some reason I only remember everyone yelling, which is one of the lowest attempts of humor.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 06:29 PM Reply

At 5/24/11 06:16 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote: Am I the only one that didn't like Fosters?

The humor was so..."Are they seriously trying to squeeze a joke out of this?" and mostly the show was weird and random, and I hated Bloo. It's like the writers were trying way too hard at making him likable.

I don't know, the writers made him quite annoying and an asshole on purpose. I don't think they made him likeable that much. I personally liked that about the show, Bloo straight out being that asshole.
I agree he annoyed the frig out of me. but i must say i've had plenty of laughs during a few episodes.

Especially compared to other shows of the same era I find the show rather nice. They also made Elliot kid, I thought. but that show didn't do me anything.


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 06:41 PM Reply

I'd also like to point out that Lauren wasn't responsible for Foster's either. Craig McCracken again.

And I don't know why, but I can't bring myself to attempt watching MLP. It's not that I can't understand the appeal (I used to watch Powerpuff and Sailor Moon all the time...don't judge me) but it's probably because I've been alienated by all the forced girlyness the franchise had over the years. All the fucking toy ads I had to mute because of all the painful girlyness and THAT FUCKING THEME SONG.

I'll watch it in the near future, but right now I just can't forget the shitty ads that flooded CN, that made me want to watch the NEWS over my cartoons they were so fucking annoying.

There's also a surprisingly very good spanish fandub online. Anyone who's interested should check it out. I got this from plus4chan's /co/.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 06:44 PM Reply

At 5/24/11 06:41 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote: It's not that I can't understand the appeal (I used to watch Powerpuff and Sailor Moon all the time...don't judge me)

This came out wrong.

I meant to say it's not because the show isn't FUCKING MANLY GRRRR. I don't know the appeal honestly because I've never watched it. I assume it's the writing and likable characters.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 07:06 PM Reply

At 5/24/11 06:41 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote:
I'll watch it in the near future, but right now I just can't forget the shitty ads that flooded CN, that made me want to watch the NEWS over my cartoons they were so fucking annoying.

CN ruined plenty of cartoons for me. Not so much the ads, but the friggin constant re-airing the same episode over and over again. there are shows that never got past 5 episodes for 1 whole year. I have had times where CN was on daily, because all other channels didn't show anything, so i've seen quite a few shows. but take foster's, in the three year they've aired, not more then 7, friggin 7, episodes were shown. first it's "cool, looks okay" But after the fourth time, you simply zap away
When it comes to MLP, i'm glad I picked it up on the way, so i didn't have to face repetition and awful dubs.

Nice anecdote: because the show is kind of used to boost sales for toys, there is very little action taken against copyright and the likes. so it's trivial to find them online. Fortunately, the show has yet to suffer true commercialisation.

There's also a surprisingly very good spanish fandub online. Anyone who's interested should check it out. I got this from plus4chan's /co/.

Sadly, i don't know my spanish.

As far as starting the show is concerned:
First episode is worth to watch because it basically sets the characters and story.
Second episode is a pain, though. It's a part 2 of the first episode, but is mushy as hell.
After that, it's basically gag reels. Episodes are on their own and mostly funny rather than mushy. If you didn't like Foster's, though, the humour might not really appeal to you.

You can't really say the animators didn't treat the show nicely. Bad part is perhaps the copypasta background ponies (it's been claimed though that this is simply because it takesa lot of work as it is now). But despite the episodes being single episodes, there is an effort to consistenncy. things introduced in earlier episodes will often stick for later ones.

I can rant for a while, but i'll keep it for when people bite. But one of the biggest things about the show, i feel, are the main characters. they have aspects of the generic girly style, but they don't overdo it, like other crappier girl shows. For example, Rarity has a strike of vanity and being a fashion girl and all. but it never becomes annoyingly one dimensional. the characters have, in my opinion, something deeply. Pinkie Pie, s another example, has a lot of randomness and seems like the smiley goofy type. But she's got her pissy moments too.
That's something the old series didn't really have.


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 24th, 2011 @ 11:40 PM Reply

Since I had nothing to do after watching a few episodes of Batman Beyond a while ago (Which I guess balances things out) I decided to watch the first half of the first episode of MLP:FIM.

First impressions:

PROS:

RubberTrucky said the humor would be like Foster's, but I honestly thought it was way better. Maybe this means I need to take a second look at Foster's since I only watched (and hated) it as a kid.

I liked the characters. I think Rarity's supposed to parody all the little girls that dressed up their real life MLP's, which gave the show a vibe that was more like a parody instead of "buy our crap". So I liked her. I liked Rainbow Dash because the only thing I would do if I could fly was brag about it. The scene with Applejack was pretty funny, plus I'm southern, so she's probably my favorite. Spike is cool too.

CONS:

Pinkie Pie. Yeah, gasp and shun all you want, but I just don't like her so far. I never liked "LOL RANDUMB XD" characters that are only there for cheap comedy relief. Part of why I hated Foster's was Cheese. He just wasn't funny, and yet every fan worships him as the best thing to happen to the show.

The plot. Maybe after the first two episodes it'll be mostly sitcom misadventures, but the whole thing going on right now is very girly. "Oh no, we'll never see the sun again" is a very weak conflict to me. (But I guess that's because I'm watching Batman at the same time) I did like Nightmare Moon though. DAT VOICE.

All the pony puns. "Somebody" replaced with "somepony" and all that. It adds cheese, but not enough to make it funny, which in turn makes it painful.

MIXED:

Fluttershy is a little boring right now. I'm sure that'll change though. Twilight Sparkle is just sorta there, because I guess the show needs at least one character who's "normal" and has to be the voice of reason. But that makes her a little boring too.

The music. The background music is fine and sometimes a little catchy, but...the theme song. At the very least, it's not the SAME ONE from those awful toy ads (Except the first few seconds, which gave me a twitchy trigger finger over the mouse for the mute button) but it's still kinda ehhh. I have to admit though, it's catchy.
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In the meantime, I'm watching Batman Beyond. Let me review that for you.

PROS:

Awesome.

CONS/MIXED:

NOTHING!

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 25th, 2011 @ 04:32 AM Reply

At 5/24/11 11:40 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote:
PROS:

RubberTrucky said the humor would be like Foster's, but I honestly thought it was way better. Maybe this means I need to take a second look at Foster's since I only watched (and hated) it as a kid.

Well, Foster's had, in my opinion, a humour that was part randomness and part sarcasm. But I mostly compare both because people expect MLP to be girly and bland humourless. But it has a few boyish jokes. Spike, as a 'baby' dragon, for example, is not just the cutesy thing he should be, but is a bit of a snarky bastard. Not so much to make him annoying though.

CONS:

Pinkie Pie. Yeah, gasp and shun all you want, but I just don't like her so far. I never liked "LOL RANDUMB XD" characters that are only there for cheap comedy relief. Part of why I hated Foster's was Cheese. He just wasn't funny, and yet every fan worships him as the best thing to happen to the show.

Pinkie Pie has her episodes though. "Swarm of the Century" (episode 10) is one of my fvourite because of Pinkie Pie. then again, I personally love Pinkie Pie the most, because I dig randomness (and a hint of awesomeness).
Cheese, I must say, in Foster's was good for a one episode joke, but he's certainly not a greater character. Then again, thanks to cartoon network's constant repeating of episodes I didn't really see a lot of them to judge Foster's home characters.

The plot. Maybe after the first two episodes it'll be mostly sitcom misadventures, but the whole thing going on right now is very girly.

It's that. The episodes past episode 2 are sitcom rather than standard adventure. More hijinx for jokes, less 'let's have an adventure' crap. But there's still some lesson about 'Friendship' at the end that you have to swallow down.
What the show lacks to be a boy's show, in my opinion, are villains. There are a few one time only antagonists (Trixie, Gilda, diamond dogs,...) but they never stick for more episodes. Kind of expected Trixie to be recurrent as a big bad, due to some of the fanart, but that was kind of disappointing. But this show simply doesn't do that 'enemy' kind of thing. At least not for season 1. I quietly hope for season 2 to have Trixie return for some villainy.

Personally, i didn't mind the some-pony and any-pony puns that much. But I didn't think they were funny either. it just feels like some in-series language. I somehow found it natural to have them. The wordplay on real life cities did rather annoy me a teeny bit. (Manehattan, Filliedelphia)

MIXED:

Fluttershy is a little boring right now. I'm sure that'll change though.

They'll play with it brilliantly later on. there's a reason why she has so many 'moment' videos. Fluttershy is one of the biggest uses for comic relief the show has later on.

Twilight Sparkle is just sorta there, because I guess the show needs at least one character who's "normal" and has to be the voice of reason. But that makes her a little boring too.

Also twilight gets her geeky/snappy moments later on dealing with issues.
"OK, here's the plan, Rainbow Dash you distract them."
"Aaaargh"
"Good. Now we just have to build an exact replica of ponyville right over there. We have less than a minute."
One of the best moments so far, in my opinion.


In the meantime, I'm watching Batman Beyond. Let me review that for you.

PROS:

Awesome.

CONS/MIXED:

NOTHING!

I have seen a one or two episodes of Batman Beyond. I liked it a bit. But I do feel it would be better if I watch the Batman animated series first, since it's kind of a sequel to it. But superhero series in the 90s were great at times. I used to watch the Spiderman series and liked it a lot. Also seen some Batman episodes, but they didn't air enough to really follow it through. then there was the fantastic 4 series, great on its own, sadly, it was poorly dubbed. If I'd have the time and the location to find the episodes, I would watch Batman.


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 25th, 2011 @ 05:37 AM Reply

At 5/24/11 11:40 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote: I decided to watch the first half of the first episode of MLP:FIM.

The first 2 episodes are the weakest of the series and personally it's pretty silly just to go off the first 10 minutes.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 25th, 2011 @ 05:56 AM Reply

At 5/25/11 05:37 AM, Oliver wrote:
At 5/24/11 11:40 PM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote: I decided to watch the first half of the first episode of MLP:FIM.
The first 2 episodes are the weakest of the series and personally it's pretty silly just to go off the first 10 minutes.

Well, it's just the first 10 minutes qnd it's nice to read a small review instead of "This is gay and I couldn't stand it'.

Personally I too have cartoons that are widely popular, but I can't stand at all. Best example is Rocket Power. Seeing how people think it is so awesome, confuses me a lot. It had sappy plots and not much characters to get in to. I found it too much trying to be cool. I know, I could take it ironically, but it felt as if it took itself too serious to do that. And I absolutely hated it that they threw slang terms like 'groovy' and 'awesome' on random locations. But seeing as how many people actually like the series, i guess every series has its fans and haters.
The important thing is
1. Watch an episode to determine whether you like it. If you're a fan, do provide an episode the person would probably like.
2. Don't think in absolutes. Just because you think a show is awful, doesn't mean nobody else can think it is good. Be mindful that it might just be that it doesn't appeal to you.


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 25th, 2011 @ 10:48 AM Reply

At 5/25/11 05:37 AM, Oliver wrote: The first 2 episodes are the weakest of the series and personally it's pretty silly just to go off the first 10 minutes.

I count two-parters as one full episode. So I watched the first half, which is the first official episode. I said they were first impressions, cut me a break.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 25th, 2011 @ 11:38 AM Reply

At 5/25/11 10:48 AM, Blaze-Heatnix wrote:
I count two-parters as one full episode. So I watched the first half, which is the first official episode.

oh how lovely.

I said they were first impressions, cut me a break.

aight man chyu cool.

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 26th, 2011 @ 03:23 PM Reply

fow new
kick buttowski

for old
tom and jerry

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 26th, 2011 @ 03:26 PM Reply

At 5/26/11 03:23 PM, sabs546 wrote: fow new
kick buttowski

for old
tom and jerry

ah the violent cartoons

actually my fav of all time is kid vs kat

simple yet entertaining
btw who watches kid vs kat


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 26th, 2011 @ 03:29 PM Reply

Justice League, teen titans, every single batman, all tight shit. Especially Justice League. There was a Teen Titans marathon on a month or so ago, all day long, and they still play both of them on Boomerang. Personally, I think Batman the Brave and the Bold is great even if its lighthearted because it has great color and still manages to fit some philosphical parts. So yeah, all 3 of those I love.

naaaah in my opinion super heroes are nerdy and I've never liked their shows
I'm more of an anime fan
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Response to Cartoon Club May. 26th, 2011 @ 03:37 PM Reply

On a side note: mix girly with superheroes and you get.....

Winx Club!
A fad from a decade/half a decade ago. Catchy tv tune. But honestly, not so bad at all. Fighting villains and stuff.

(among cartoon villains, the Trix were pretty badass)

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Response to Cartoon Club May. 26th, 2011 @ 03:49 PM Reply

Also, pony related.

Eurobeat Brony took the songs from the show and made some nifty remixes. As I've found, the album is for sale here.

Now, I've total respect for those who put effort into remixes and it really is something nice he's done. But doesn't selling an album shift the issue from fanart to commercial, hence running afoal of copyright issues?


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Response to Cartoon Club May. 27th, 2011 @ 01:44 AM Reply

At 5/26/11 03:49 PM, RubberTrucky wrote: But doesn't selling an album shift the issue from fanart to commercial, hence running afoal of copyright issues?

Didn't we already discuss this? Didn't you already say there's very little action taken against copyright?

I just don't see the appeal of this show. Yes, the show is very exploitable and has endless potential for fanart, fanfiction, and image macros. But besides the meme part of it, what sets this apart from any other cartoon like it? It's basically just Foster's with a painful moral at the end of each episode.