Pic related. Seriously how are the villains not using their obvious hiding spot to beat them crapless, plus it clearly says KND. I thought it was "secret" but for god's sake how come nobody noticed that!?
The villains know; the issue is they either don't have the time, the motivation (some who did have motivation definitely went out of their way to attack it), or even the faintest of a shit to give about it unless Sector V is actively fucking them up.
That and Sector V is surprisingly competent and always ends up beating the tar out of the villains (save for some hilarious exceptions) and that most of the "evil adults" aren't actually that evil in the first place.
Isn't KND fucking them up nearly every episode? Besides it's not like the KND can be considered a secret organization anymore, when you have a damn moon base, a very obvious one at that, then your as subtle as Nicholas Cage...
I'm pretty sure there's an episode that talks about their security being fairly decent, and if someone attacks them they can respond accordingly.
Might've been the episode where Nigel was trying to sleep and people kept attacking.
>was KND good
>what made it good
It was childish while still being serious while also not taking itself too seriously. The main five of Sector V are all interesting characters with their own personalities that work with each other and work on their own. There isn't an episode where you're wary of it being a certain character's turn in the spotlight, and it's good for the kid in you.
>should watch G:KND
I'm pretty sure that isn't even going to happen, considering last I checked it was just a petition thing and I never see those go anywhere, but if it is getting made then I'd expect it to be good enough to warrant a watch.
I don't think it was ever a hiding spot. In some shots you clearly see it in the background or someone running towards it and I think some of the parents have even commented on it before. Not to mention that numerous villains in several different episodes have launched an attack on it.
>Isn't KND fucking them up nearly every episode?
They said "actively fucking them up" as in if the kids were constantly aiding the adults houses and shit for no reason. Most of the time (unless there was false intel or something) the kids are only attacking because the villain has some "devious" plan in place like making kids do their chores or mind controlling kids to not buy anymore games. If the adults arent doing anything the knd doesnt mess with them and handles the adult that IS doing bad things. It is basically like the average superhero/superhero arrangement, there are times when one plots revenge but their relationship is almost entirely about reacting to the other.
The adults simply don't have the ability to see it. Call it a cloaking device.
Because the resolution is small. Here, have a bigger one.
I thought the whole KND thing was just this really big LARP. The villains are mostly made up or annoyed adults who are tired of that shit and can't wait for them to grow out of it. The giant clubhouse isn't real, it's just a normal dinky treehouse. Everything is powered by imagination.
Batman pumps his own goddamn tires. I mean, I do.
Or you know, he has a fucking butler
that can pump his tires while he's out using his goddamn jet or something
Likely because the senate is more focused on making laws that make life miserable for kids.
The delightful children knew about it, which means Father knows about it, which means probably every other villain knows about it. I think they don't raid it because they can't. It probably has some auto defense system or something. From what I remember, the only one's who actually got inside were Count Spankula, Nightbrace and the Toiletnator.
>that hamster episode with all the ghosts
too fucking spooky
I guess it's one of the questions they didn't answer. Like they answered their "infinite powuh" by showing the hamster generator room, but I don't know about the weapon/tech generation to be honest.
Although it does seem like a lot of things are straight from junkyards, like most of their vehicles are cars and trucks combined with other car/trucks and jet engines and shit.
>Seriously how are the villains not using their obvious hiding spot to beat them crapless
They have. Stickeybeard's blown the shit outta that place like 5 times. Cree and her league of assassins raid it once a season. In fact, almost every villain has fought inside the tree at least once.
That would be a nice twist, Father set out to make perfect Delightful children out of Sector Z and succeeded past his expectation, but at the cost of them never able to grow up naturally.
You must not watch the show enough if you are asking these questions, as the KND bases were never really about being secret. They are just fortified structures for kids to conduct their adult fighting business. As many have said there have been episodes where villians have attacked or tried to attack the base and they have defenses to keep it relatively safe. It doesn't always work, but they can usually fix the damage anyway.
Daily reminder KND used not 1, but 2 GWAR songs
>they kept a few lines the same in the slamwich song
Holy fuck I need to rewatch this show a bit more.
Numbuh 1 goes on a rant about this when it got taken again during the Christmas special.
The ones I can remember are season 1 ending where it gets completely destroyed, the LICE episode where it gets cheesed up, not really destroyed though, the VIRUS episode where Cree literally flips it over, and then in NAUGHTY when they just straight up steal it.
Lots of treehouse gags.
So, the whole show was basically a bunch of kids with over-active imaginations, right?
This is why they always said something about 'kids that got older' and stuff like that, right?
So, everything we saw was just through the lens of kids imaginations? Makes sense.
No it's not, is a show about a universe were adults has become completly agresive against kids, they even have a law were strangers like the cout spankula can punish them at their wish if they aren't innocents
Yeah that one
Those were ripped right from iTunes, and there's no reason not to have the highest-def available there, so I guess you're stuck with those. Guess an HD version doesn't exist.
At least it's better than the shitty tvrips we had before.
This is the big problem with Grant Morrison. He's so fixated on the superhero as an icon that he can't comprehend the superhero as a person. He can't imagine Batman changing a goddamn tire on the Batmobile.
This is why he needs to stay the fuck away from Batman. That sort of obsession with iconography, with godliness, that works very well for Superman. It's terrible for Batman. And I don't just mean 'modern, gritty Batman'. Grant Morrison would be terrible at writing a goofy Silver Age Batman as well. He'd try to make it all DEEP AND TWISTING
man just fucking have Batman punch the guy who dresses like a penguin in the face to foil his scheme to cover Gotham City in icebergs
I bet I could write an interesting story about Batman pumping a tire.