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Cartoons are for kids. Face!

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The only Danger Mouse I know... didn't win an grammy

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Bebop is better than most live-action anythings. I don't think any live-action anything is better than Bebop anyway, just tied with it, and that's talking the very best of live-action stuff.

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This thread is bad and you should feel bad.

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i feel bad... but not because of this thread... i couldn't give two shits about it.

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First Pixar post

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i feel bad... but not because of this thread... i couldn't give two shits about it.

Be careful, or you'll feel the wrath of Wang Fire.

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You must avenge my death, Kimba...ur, I mean Simba!

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Details of Tim Burton's upcoming Frankenweenie

http://www.slashfilm.com/tim-burtons-fr ... -revealed/

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First order of business:

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I've read the entire FMA manga, at 30-episodes in, I'm glad that Brotherhood has been very faithful so far.

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Any love for stop-motion and puppetry or is it all anime and CGI with you guys?


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I've been looking into an interesting aspect of the animation world of late. This will be my fourth time pimping my findings on this forum. Links are in the signature...

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Any love for stop-motion and puppetry or is it all anime and CGI with you guys?


I love Nick Park with all my heart.

Oh, and that Jan fellow and Selick. They're chalk full of greatness themselves.

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I love Nick Park with all my heart.

Oh, and that Jan fellow and Selick. They're chalk full of greatness themselves.

Yes!

You should check out this great man.


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Also, I've been meaning to watch Soviet propaganda animation. Thanks Mod.


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First Miyazaki post:

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Also, I've been meaning to watch Soviet propaganda animation. Thanks Mod.

Awesome :) Glad the posts will come of use to someone. I've still got 3 more entries I'll be doing.

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Any love for stop-motion and puppetry or is it all anime and CGI with you guys?


I love it. Sometimes I think that it is my favorite form of animation due to the amount of work that is put in for every frame. But then I watch The Lion King or Beauty and the Beast and my mind changes.

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Henry Selick is great.

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I haven't seen a lot of stop motion/claymation outside of the usual suspects like Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run, NBC, and Coraline.etc . I do like it though.

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I haven't seen a lot of stop motion/claymation outside of the usual suspects like Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run, NBC, and Coraline.etc . I do like it though.

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johnson wrote:
Any love for stop-motion and puppetry or is it all anime and CGI with you guys?

I missed this post initially. I adore stop-motion. Actually, less 100% stop-motion and more dynamation and the like, a la Harryhausen. I went through a big Disney phase about a decade ago and of course I respect the work that goes into most cel animation (CG rarely impresses me and the only full-CG movie I go crazy for is Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children) but in the animation world, stop-motion is where it's at for me. Puppetry... well, I guess in the Stan Winston sense, sure. I'm not so much for marionettes or other puppet-type things... unless there's something I'm forgetting/ignorant of.

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Svankmajer!

For as much as I love Little Otik and, well, at least think Alice looks cool, I still haven't explored more from the guy. A bunch of his shorts are on Netflix Instant - need to get on that.

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For as much as I love Little Otik and, well, at least think Alice looks cool, I still haven't explored more from the guy. A bunch of his shorts are on Netflix Instant - need to get on that.


His shorts might contain his best work. He isn't exactly one for holding a two hour narrative. I do love Alice, though, but I don't recall that being a long feature at all.

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Svankmajer!


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His shorts might contain his best work. He isn't exactly one for holding a two hour narrative. I do love Alice, though, but I don't recall that being a long feature at all.


I agree with you in part because his shorts are pure concentrated amazing, but Lunacy is a two hour narrative of his that works.

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Just watched the first episode of Futurama. Good stuff, not great, but I'm sure it gets better.

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Just watched the first episode of Futurama. Good stuff, not great, but I'm sure it gets better.
Oh, boy, it truly does.

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I guess I'll keep posting my thoughts on Futurama here.

The Series Has Landed-- Much better than the first episode. I haven't laughed this much at an animated show in a while (well, since I saw Avatar: TLA last year), and it was surprisingly thought provoking. And Bender's awesome.

I, Roommate- A Bender episode, therefore it is great. My favorite part was when he was sober. And I'm loving Katey Segal's performance.

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I guess I'll keep posting my thoughts on Futurama here.

The Series Has Landed-- Much better than the first episode. I haven't laughed this much at an animated show in a while (well, since I saw Avatar: TLA last year), and it was surprisingly thought provoking. And Bender's awesome.
Bender is one of the best animated characters ever.

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I finished Justice League Unlimited last night and I am starting Neon Genesis Evangelion tonight. Huzzah!


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I finished Justice League Unlimited last night and I am starting Neon Genesis Evangelion tonight. Huzzah!
Go for Futurama after Evangelion.

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I recommend Watership Down and Plague Dogs.


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Go for Futurama after Evangelion.


No, I am doing all of the Evangelion movies after the series. Then after that, Bebop.


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I want to watch Neongenesis Evangelion, but even though they said they had 8 copies, they actually separated each disc and count them as an individual disc. So, when I ordered it, they only sent me disc five, and I don't feel like driving 40 minutes to the branch where they have the discs.

I hope I get to it someday. I've been thinking of watching the latest movies first.

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No, I am doing all of the Evangelion movies after the series. Then after that, Bebop.
Ok, watch Futurama after Bebop. Trust me when I tell you that Futurama is taylor-made for your tastes.

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Ok, watch Futurama after Bebop. Trust me when I tell you that Futurama is taylor-made for your tastes.


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Does the expression "taylor-made" has a different meaning than the one I think??

I hate being a foreign guy.

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Does the expression "taylor-made" has a different meaning than the one I think??

I hate being a foreign guy.


No, it's just spelled 'tailor-made'. I did the shifty thing because I thought you were making some kind of in-joke


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Fantastic Mr Fox
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