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At 4/5/16 07:33 AM, VenomationsTV wrote: So, what do you guys think of Teen Titans Go in retrospect to the original? I'm not to impressed with the childish they gave it, but I still don't mind the show being there. Except for that Cartoon Network airs it so much just like SpongeBob!
I liked the one from the mid 2000s. I caught some of the new stuff and am disgusted. Same voices, but the characters are WAY less bad ass, it didn't seem to be an action cartoon anymore, and the animation is just sad by comparison. I also dont believe it's anime. Neither in look or "feel." to me it's as American as it gets for a 13 year old boy to watch after school.
At 4/5/16 04:24 PM, DoctorStrongbad wrote:At 4/3/16 08:41 PM, MasterStalker wrote: The history lesson says just as much and the cultural difference referenced had to have been the niche group that needs to have a special name for everything. Anime = Animation. Animation = definition of what a motion cartoon is. My point still stands. Avatar TLA would be less "anime" and more ANIME if it were made in another part of the world.Yes, Avatar TLA is not an anime. I had no idea that there was so much debate about it.
Yeah, there's a ton. That's why I quote it as "anime" when I say it. I see it as being because it hits all the other nails on the head except country of origin, but I also know I'm in a vast minority on that opinion.
I liken it to what my neighoring country to the north's FCC equivalent calls "Canadian content." in Canada at least half of all content on the radio needs to be considered "Canadian content" so it's not all American stuff all the time. The song needs to hit 2 of 3 specific requirements to be classified as Canadian. 1) Is the artist Canadian? 2) was it Produced by a Canadian company? 3) Was it recorded in Canada? A good example is Justin Beiber. He's from Canada, his early work was from a Canadian record label, and it was recorded in Canada. It's as authentic Canadian as it got. Now, he's on an American label and records in America. No longer qualifying him as Canadian content.
I Just personally see Avatar as similarly hitting 2 of 3 points towards being legitimate anime, where as the community wants it to be a perfect 3 of 3. If that makes sense to anyone else here. And sorry if anyone here didn't want to learn anything today, especially about something as random as Canadian radio regulations, lol.
U.S. remakes of anime has always sucked!
Just check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udId1PJckhA
It was immediately cancelled and they just imported the real Sailor Moon into American TV afterwards.
At 4/9/16 08:44 AM, KompiButut wrote: RIP Kyoji san, singer of Digimon Soundtrack.
Kyoji Wada 42 years 3 april 2016, Butterfly
Thanks for fill my childhood
It always sucks when a person and a voice you remember passes away. RIP
At 4/14/16 12:35 PM, DoctorStrongbad wrote:At 4/9/16 08:44 AM, KompiButut wrote: RIP Kyoji san, singer of Digimon Soundtrack.It always sucks when a person and a voice you remember passes away. RIP
Kyoji Wada 42 years 3 april 2016, Butterfly
Thanks for fill my childhood
Yeah man, his soundtrack for digimon is awesome, butterfly is one of my favourite anime soundtrack of all time, its give me the nostalgic feeling everytime i heard it, back to that time when i watch digimon as a kid on tv when everytime opening song is played i sing this song together, thats feels great man... Btw his death also shocking anime music in japan, to bad he pass at 42 years old...
Ohayō - Kon'nichiwa - Yoi tsuitachi - Konbanwa
Whoever and whenever you are keep doing your best and dont give up for your dream.
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Did you boys hear there's a live action Ghost in the Shell that's actually gone into production, with Scarjo in the lead? I mean obviously it'll be terrible but it's interesting that this project is going somewhere, it's one of those adaptation that floated in creative limbo for a long time.
At 4/14/16 01:51 PM, Jackho wrote: Did you boys hear there's a live action Ghost in the Shell that's actually gone into production, with Scarjo in the lead? I mean obviously it'll be terrible but it's interesting that this project is going somewhere, it's one of those adaptation that floated in creative limbo for a long time.
I think it's stupid they're still going and not even responding to the protests or respecting the people who will potentially not go see it. If they were smart, they would actually listen to the people and stop whitewashing this shit like always. I too am sick of inaccurate portrayals. Now there's the other side of the story, sure, if it's a play I don't care if a black girl plays Peter Pan, but if it's a movie, I expect an accurate portayal at least of Native American Tiger Lily.
I mean hell, Pacific Rim used an asian actor, whats the big deal that makes them avoid an accurate portrayal? Watch them change Motoko's history being half american or some shit. She's JAPANESE. Hollywood is racist, and as much as I love Scarlett Johansson, I'm not happy at all with her for this, and am surprised she went through with it. It's coming next year....it should have been made by Del Toro, like Pacific Rim, or not at all. You can't trust them to do accurate portrayals. Motoko's name isn't remotely american, and there's no reason they should do this shit.
You know what the ironic thing is? I'm not really a fan of the anime series, but it pisses me off both as an anime fan, and a fan of movies. I don't get why they think ignoring petitions is a good idea, because this is gonna bomb, and they know it. Not only that, but then Hollywood producers will think it's a bad idea to adapt anime anymore because of them, unless they see it was just a poor execution. I really hope this doesn't affect film adaptations, because if they fuck it up for everyone, it'll be all because they ignored the people.
Luckily, nothing will be as bad as Dragonball: Evolution, we're lucky that didn't kill chances for adaptations, so maybe it won't, but I definitely will not be seeing this film.
At 4/14/16 01:02 PM, KompiButut wrote: Yeah man, his soundtrack for digimon is awesome, butterfly is one of my favourite anime soundtrack of all time, its give me the nostalgic feeling everytime i heard it when i watch digimon as a kid on tv when everytime opening song Btw his death also shocking anime music in japan, to bad he pass at 42 years old...
42 is way too young for anybody to pass away. He has left big shoes to fill.
At 4/15/16 04:11 AM, LuckyLightTitan wrote:At 4/14/16 07:26 PM, VenomationsTV wrote: Or Nami?That's like the weirdest body i've ever seen.
I guess you're right lol
At 4/15/16 01:01 PM, DoctorStrongbad wrote: They would both have to show the same amount, and be in the same pose to judge fairly.
At 4/15/16 05:27 PM, VenomationsTV wrote:At 4/15/16 01:01 PM, DoctorStrongbad wrote: They would both have to show the same amount, and be in the same pose to judge fairly.Oh ok
Toonami tonight. Your girls will be on. You should check it out.
At 4/17/16 01:02 PM, KompiButut wrote: whats up heh??
My 1 cm wide dick
At 4/14/16 02:05 PM, RealFaction wrote: If they were smart, they would actually listen to the people and stop whitewashing this shit like always.
I don't see it that way. It's an american adaptation for a predominantly american audience. It's never something I've found objectionable or offensive. Most american interpretations of foreign IPs turn out ass but that's irrelevant to your issue here, we've already seen the 1995 Ghost in the Shell, there's no point in just making that movie again.
and as much as I love Scarlett Johansson, I'm not happy at all with her for this, and am surprised she went through with it.
I think she's an excellent choice and it's what piqued my interest in the film. I never got the impression Scarjo is overly considerate as far as what roles she would or would not accept, I've mostly seen her in smaller more eccentric productions but it's not like she's a stranger to the hollywood garb.
You know what the ironic thing is? I'm not really a fan of the anime series, but it pisses me off both as an anime fan, and a fan of movies. I don't get why they think ignoring petitions is a good idea, because this is gonna bomb, and they know it.
I'm the same, I've never even the GitS series, I've just read the original manga, seen the first film and its direct sequel (which I liked far more), it's just clear that this wont capture anything that made the original film unique. The best we'll get is a perfectly serviceable thoughtless action movie.
Luckily, nothing will be as bad as Dragonball: Evolution
don't even pretend DB Evolution isn't a masterpiece though
At 4/17/16 02:23 PM, Jackho wrote: In a world of unlimited waifus I will never I will never understand the love dragonball girls get.
At 4/17/16 02:38 PM, VenomationsTV wrote:At 4/17/16 02:23 PM, Jackho wrote: In a world of unlimited waifus I will never I will never understand the love dragonball girls get.LOL
The first time is always special.
In other news, I watched Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou last night and was overcome with nameless horror and fear from the very depths of my perhaps-non existent soul. I have not yet watched something that made me feel actual, absolute fear. Now I have.
At 4/17/16 12:59 PM, VenomationsTV wrote: Is anyone still posting in this?
The anime fandom here is still very active.
At 4/18/16 01:12 PM, Vinnyy wrote: The anime fandom here is still very active.
So i've read the Chuunibyou demo koi ga shitai light novel a bit and i gotta say, i like it more than the anime.
The way things roll out was a lot better, Togashi doesn't instantly meet nibutani, rikka or any of these people like most anime protagonists (Similar examples : How kyousuke meets all the girls in Oreimo), i also really liked how rikka seems to be more badass and silent in the anime and how yuuta keeps thinking about her first instead of act like an asshole to her and try to get rid of her like he does in the anime (Example : when he shows her his chuunibyou diary so she could leave while nibutani visits him), you know because in the anime he keeps hitting her and being rude to her and keeps focusing on "Mori-sama" until their friendship gets better (Or by Rikka getting beat up by her sister with kitchen tools) or until he realizes that he needs to stop being an ass to the girl that came to him directly and told him "I traveled from another world to see you" and he was like "m8 u wot" but in the novel, he's actually showing interest in her and he isn't really as annoying. aside from that, i like how the story and the protagonist's emotions are covered in great detail. i like seeing that in stories because it adds more weight to what's being said and how the situation's going, unlike how some lame novels i've read before say things like "I was at the club and the music was playing, then i met a girl and we got married"
tl;dr the chuunibyou light novel is better than the anime imo.
Link if anyone wants to read it : V1 and V2 here.
What anime character do you want fan-service from the most?
Nami and bulma are mine!