Remember when Celebrities* used to get their own cartoon series? There used to be quite a few of them over the last few decades; Just off the top of my head I can think of The Beatles, Gary Coleman, Mr. T, MC Hammer (pic related), Roseanne Barr, even New Kids on the Block got their own show**.
Do they still make celebrity cartoons? The last one I can think of is Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi and that was early 2000's. Have there been any in the last 10 years?
I'm not interested in cameos or guest appearances that take place in someone else's series (eg Adam...
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I know it would suck as a series, but part of me wishes we were still going to get this.
Sorry for the lack of audio, I can't find a version that still has it.
Reminder that Kaz will spend all christmas licking envelopes
Why, I do believe it's time for obscure Curt Swan comics!
But enough about me, what've you got planned for the weekend?
I'm skipping the cover stories for Real Fact Comics, but I can post them later if you really want.
Have you seen it yet /co/?
It's actually pretty great.
>that quality animation
>set in autumn which almost all cartoons never do
I'm enjoying it so far.
Is Tony Daniel's Dickbats run any good?
>Ghibli is now at work on a new animated movie, titled The Red Turtle. However, it’s debatable whether or not it should be called anime, since it’s a co-production with Europe’s Wild Bunch, and has a Dutch director and French screenwriter.
>Sitting in the director’s chair is Michael Dudok de Wit, who also directed Father and Daughter, the winner of the Academy Award for Best Animated Short in 2001. The script is being handled by Pascale Ferran, whose most recent film was 2014’s Bird People.
>Isao Takahata, who directed Ghibli’s 2013 The Tale of Princess Kaguya as well as anime classics Grave of the Fireflies and Pom Poko, will serve as artistic producer on the film, which will have visuals produced by Studio Ghibli. The collaboration has been involved enough that de Wit temporarily relocated to Tokyo to be closer to the Ghibli staff, with Takahata personally checking the movie’s storyboards.
>Details are still scar(c)e regarding The Red Turtle, including what proportion of the final on-screen animation will come from Ghibli and how much will be done by French animators.
>scheduled for release in Japan next September.
Anyone wanna have another KH thread?
New trailer is "supposedly" coming today, though that's what they said at D23 Japan and nothing happened.
>people will defend this garbage
What's this current obsession with making Superman into Hitler?
People who don't understand Superman or the concept of someone with power not abusing it think it's a super original and entertaining idea despite the fact that it's been done OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN.
>mfw they learned nothing from the mess that was AoU
ITT: Things that we like to forget like pic related
>considered a jerk at best, terrorist at worst
>canonically has a tiny penis
>kingdom destroyed multiple times
>watched his civilization come to an end, powerless to save it
>executed like a bitch in front of the entire world
>people cheered for his death
Name a bigger loser in Big Two comics than Namor. You can't.
Favourite artists, writers, issues?
Things you hated/disliked?
This retarded logic "if you don't shoot you've got a death on your conscience." let me think about that for second, no I think my conscience is perfectly fine.
I can physically not understand how this is supposed to be more traumatic than just failing to save a life.
Is there a reason why every Canadian cartoon looks like shit?
They're required to produce a certain amount of animated series for television, which results in a lot of shows that have basically no budget and no effort put into them in order to meet the standard.
tl;dr Canada is dumb.
Can someone link a wiki entry on Solipsism and cure this fucker? Also to Grant Morrison.