Is this show shit or not? I've only seen commercials.
>>reposted from /tg/ since I sleepily chose the wrong board
I don't know who's worse RT or Mr. Enter? At least Mr. Enter has an excuse he's a literal aspie so he doesn't even know he's awful but damn RT is deliberately being an obnoxious cunt. Breadwinners is awful yes but that video was just awful.
Did somebody say Mr. Enter?
It's bearable if you're going to watch 11 minutes. Heck I just watched 22 minutes and still I didn't want to gouge my eyes out.
It's not the best animated, though not the worst either. It has no real style or colour pallete which makes it look unappealing at times though.
It relies a lot on toilet humor but that's not to say it's the only thing they joke about. I have found myself smiling or even inside laughing once or twice per episode.
Overall it's an interesting, but ultimately annoying show. If I had to watch 11 minutes of either this or Sanjay and Craig, I'd pick this because it's faster paced and it's got stuff going on. If I had to watch an hour I'd pick Sanjay and Craig because I don't think I could survive an hour of how annoying it is.
It's pretty much what you'd expect from modern Nick.
>gross-out for the sake of it
>trying to jump on Adventure Time's success by imitating the humor of the first season
All of this is making me realize that animation in the west is truly barren. And even then all the "good" shows are either from one company and the rest is put on hiatus or cut before their time. The adult animation suffers even more because every show has to have constant pop culture references or have swearing and violence out of the ass to seem "adult" when ironically that stuff appeals to kids. Maybe I should give up and watch anime.
It's both funny and sad how that's really kids only options for cartoons on Nick. At least Disney is trying again but I wish Disney feature films go back to 2D. I'm sick of seeing Rapunzel face.
He has weird speech tics, like refusing to curse. Liking saying spit instead of shit.
Not to mention his reviews(rants) are unapologetically lazy, with a poorly drawn MSPaint avatar, and no video capture, just stills.
He reviewed an episode of TTG the other day and kept getting mad for it not being exactly like TT
And then he tries to say "Well it's a comedy but it's not funny" because the characters act differently
I swear he has different opinions of the same style of humor on a show to show basis
That's just spooky everything surrounding him is spooky. He makes the guy who did American Elf look normal and he's a possible kid diddler.
Have you seen his deviantart?
Some guy who does spongebob reviews (I mean he does every episode) doesn't swear either, I forgot his name though. I don't know if there's something up with him but he uses some shitty MS paint face as his avatar
It's not just bad. It's so bad that the creators need to be taken out to a warehouse and shot in the back of the head.
And just look at the main characters. Look at their names. Their names are "Sway-Sway" and "Buhdeuce". They don't just look like niggers, they have niggish sounding names. Maybe that's what's wrong with this show. It might just be a BET reject that somehow slithered over to Nickelodeon.
>Well gee, Ms. Lemon, bad cartoons just drive me bananas! I'm going to go tell Jack about this!
Son, you haven't seen Breadwinners, have you?
No, it's not, but I can see where you can get that
I found the guy, he does spongebob reviews all the god damn time, he's already done all the episodes in seasons 1-4
Oh yeah this guy. He's working with mrenter actually.
He used to do rant videos on why Nickelodeon and Disney were falling communist to the tweenie boppers. His voice was so. So. Nasally Christ
Can you blame them though? I watched a few episodes of Sanjay and Craig to give it a chance. Never again. Nick just killed any chance to give their new cartoons a chance. The only thing that's remotely interesting is Korra and Nick is actively trying to get rid of it for more Spongebob.
It's actually pretty
I thought it looked like SHIT in still pictures, but it moves very well. The animation is actually fun to watch, it's off-model as hell, and there's some good faces. Hell, you might like it better on mute. The show is fucking stupid, but it makes me laugh.
It's probably my favorite cartoon airing... Either this, TMNT, or Rick and Morty.
>It's probably my favorite cartoon airing
Ok, you made a convincing arguement until then
Just watch wander over Yonder, it has similar style with better animation, designs, writing, music, everything
It's on the extreme end of "saturated colors and immature humor"
I guess aspies like to compare it to the deep, complex, pastel horse show
Or any show for that matter
All the people in the thread who have done breadwinners reviews watch the horse show and review it
I don't know. This show doesn't deserve anywhere NEAR as much of the hate that it gets. There's so much worse airing right now. I've noticed that a lot of people who hate BW and Sanjay and Craig are nostalgiafags for 90s cartoons, which is funny, because both of those shows would fit right in with 90s Nick.
Never seen it, but from what I've heard, /co/ thought it was underwhelming. Then again, /co/ seems to think the exact opposite of what I do anymore, so I'd probably like it. The art looks great at least.
>All of this is making me realize that animation in the west is truly barren.
Whatever you say, guy.
To be fair, that's really biased
All the shows mentioned at the top can be summed up as "Surreal things happen to a couple of friends/relatives" or, in steven universe's case, "A miniature bro"
The concept and the art itself have improved (obviously) but the picture is missing the fact that "shows with animals" had much better writing (usually) rather than just having outlandish plots
Yeah, you're right, nostalgia is blinding
>yfw you find out the main characters are suppose to be duck and not frogs with orange lips
I know the premise of the show is about delivering bread but still
>Is this show shit or not?
Kinda subjective seeing that it's for young kids.
Keep in mind shows are often made for the creators and people their age, creators and the kids, or just the kids