Do you think they'll ever be another athlete popular enough to do something like this again?
Everyone is loving Lebron for going back to Cleveland. He's not Jordan status or even near it but he's well known enough for Space Jam 2
Thanks for reminding me I need to get the DVD, if only for the commentary with the director and Bugs Bunny.
I think the only other cartoon DVD to pull that trick was the Grim Adventures season 1 set, which had one episode commentary with Maxwell Atoms and Billy.
Well at the time it must've seemed overly commercial and detrimental to children for a quick buck.
Also still trying for this weird live action + cartoons magic that only ever works with muppets.
Nowadays most fans (used to crossovers and remixes) probably remember Space Jam through nostalgia goggles. Jordan has become as iconic as Bugs Bunny. The Dawn of Justice of its time.
Shut Up and Slam Gaiden 2 will be out soon.
Shaq-Fu 2 is in production.
Our glorious age of basketball is soon, brothers.
Shocked enough Shaq-Fu 2 got funded.
The Fantasia 2000 DVD has Mickey and Donald joining in on the commentaries for their respective segments.
Brother Bear's commentary is just the two McKenzie Brothers Mooses doing an MST.
Yeah, Space Jam made the Looney Tunes into little bitches that needed an outside party to help. It's not a Looney Tunes movie, it's a Michael Jordan biofilm with Looney Tunes in it.
>tfw looking at KS page
I want that Cyberdwarf pillow
Tiger Woods briefly had a shot, but pissed it all away.
>Back in Action
Yes; if LeBron wins in Cleveland it will be an iconic moment, BUT not as big as the one in your picture. Different player, different circumstances (father's day, dad recently died), etc.
After LeBron there won't be one for another while.
I'm with >>63847140
I'm a native floridian, our teams suck. It was nice to win a few, and LeBron is fuckass for going back to a team where the owner called him cowardly, narcicisstic, and selfish in a public letter hosted on the cavaliers website until recently.
Any sports comics that aren't manga??
I was just wondering, not akward enough to try an meet up with someone from 4chan. you should definite check out Tate's in lauderhill. not sure how far away you live, but its a destination.
pic related, its expanded since
>weird live action + cartoons magic that only ever works with muppets
>not knowing about Pete's Dragon on the cartoons board
My mom thought 'Indentity Thief' was the pinnacle of comedy and leaves Jerry Springer on her TV when she works at home. So what I am saying is
I wish I had your parents ;-;
>Asking this on /co/
Where the ever-loving fuck do you think you are, kid?
Summer means nothing. 4chan does not receive any more hits during Summertime than any other time. Frankly, the idea that high schoolers get out of school and then magically spend all their time on 4chan is weird to me. If they're the types of kids who spend time on 4chan, they'd do it during the school year too. They sure as hell aren't the kids with extracurricular activities to occupy their afternoons.
Space Jam was an abomination. It was VERY LITERALLY created when WB needed to sell T-Shirts in the WB Stores (Coming soon to a minimall near you) and they noticed that the Nike ads with Bugs and Michael were incredibly popular. Just slap Michael in a movie with badly written versions of the Toons and BOOM. The marketing guys' pants exploded.
Chuck Jones was on the WB lot when they happened to be having a party and he was asked to say some words about Space Jam. They expected him to say how great it was that the studio was making a movie about the characters he'd made world famous.
Shortly after that, security was escorting him off the lot.
>implying it wasn't because John Stockton was the better point guard
>wanting a team with Karl Malone but not Stockton
The fuck is wrong with you?
Both were intended to cash in on Looney Tunes, and both were poor representations of the original. The difference lies with who made them. The Looney Tunes show had a fairly decent crew. Not amazing, but reasonable. Space Jame was basically the result of Ivan Reitman (Stop or My Mom Will Shoot, Kindergarten Cop, Beethoven's 2nd...) and "the boys in marketing" sending memos. We know that the animators were getting notes asking them to make it less cartooney, and to change Lola Bunny so she was prettier and less a Tomboy than in the original design.
It was a movie to sell merchandise, plain and simple.
Interestingly enough it was actually Magic that cost him the spot. It seems Magic got told by his Agent that Isaiah was talking shit and asking if Magic was bi behind his back and since they were close friends he felt betrayed.
Jordan just took the fall for it.
The controversy wasn't about whom was better it was about Isiah not even getting the chance to TRY and compete vs Stockton.
Surely you can admit he was good enough to at least be considered instead of preemptively kicked out?
There's interviews of MJ talking about how he hated Isiah Thmas and if he was on the dream team he wouldn't have played. Magic and Bird were the ones who had to make the choice between Isiah and Jordan and obviously they went with Jordan. Isiah was bamboozled e still got back to back rings though.
Jordan may have been the instigator but when even Magic was against him being on the team it was probably the final straw against Isaiah.
>Surely you can admit he was good enough to at least be considered instead of preemptively kicked out?
Isiah Thomas is one of the greatest PG's to ever play and one of the two goat little men ever alongside Iverson.
Anyone that posts this has been to reddit long enough to know about whatever that means. so
I got into a fist fight because of Space Jam.
>drinking whiskey and rooters at my friends house
>he gets a call for a party a town over
>drink heavily before we get picked up and also grab an 18 pack each just because
>at the party for about 2 hours and people are drunk and being nostalgic
>some kid brings up Space Jam
>everyone but this one faggot agrees it's the defining movie of our childhoods
>some hipster sits there and says retarded shit about how the cgi and plot are horrendous
>I try to explain to him it was the 90s and nothing had to make sense in the 90s
>he then says music to Space Jam was faggy and should've had songs by Smashing Pumpkins and Nirvana and other fags
>I tell him to watch his fucking shit and he keeps going on and talking shit about it
>I punched him in the face with my face and just started fucking him up
>I then get pulled off and kicked out because I'm apparently too fucked up
>his friends scream at me and call me names as I'm leaving
>I get mad and start screaming "HEY YOU WHATCHA GUNNA DO" at them repeatedly
>I'm then known as that drunk asshole who loves Space Jam too much
>mfw no one invites me to parties any more because of this
It's because I'm kind of unpredictable. I don't get mad when people talk shot about me and my family or friends. I only get mad over random things like Space Jam and skeletons and Aziz Ansari. I'm like a drunken liability pretty much.
College. Children in college infest the site with their trite jabbering.
They're going about this all wrong. It should be Space Slam and it should be about Wrestling. The Monstars steal the powers of famous Heel wrestlers so the toons look to heroes to help them. Obviously Bugs gets trained by John Cena, but Daffy thinks he deserves to be trained by Cena. They have a squabble and then Daffy says he'll get an even better trainer.
Cue Daffy being the most electrifying duck in animated entertainment.
Also commentators are Jerry, JR, and Foghorn Leghorn.
On the one hand, everything you say is true. I agree with you, there is now way to defend this film as a work of art beyond having enjoyed it as impressionable kids.
On the other hand COME ON AND SLAM