>MC lives with uncle >We'll say he's about 18-19 >The world is ruled by an oligharcy >One country tried to break away 20 years ago, there was a big war and the leader of this country was actually evil and making his people have crazy powers with black magic >The government didn't like that, so they did super soldier shit on certain military people >The main characters father and uncle were in this war together >The father breaks away in the middle of said war to join revolutionarys >The Son of the King escapes, changes his name and becomes some music prouducer politican guy that makes his clients super guys with the same black magic >People that had the super soldier shit done can pass it on to their chilldren >Government arrests and takes previous super soldiers away and locks them up on some Prison Island >Mc has to team up with a new generation of super soldier dudes to break them out >He
Had this idea like the Anon above when I was baked with my friends. Except it was like an alternate earth where everyone was babies, but like they had grown up jobs and acted like grown ups. Just babies. And they'd do things like go to buisness meetings for babies shit. We stopped talking about it when we started talking about weird shit that babies should be no part of
A completely silent, robot-suited protagonist on a space odyssey, saving people and kicking ass, thereby exhibiting male and female associated behavior which makes it possible to project either gender identity on them. The show never takes a stance on it and actively avoids ever using pronouns for the protagonist. The tinfoiling will be spectacular.
I had this idea, kind of mirroring Dante's Inferno about the intertwining story of 3 different men in the same city.
The first is a borderline personality who lives in the bowels of the megacity slums. Cynical & pessimistic about humanity from being surrounded by its very worst examples, he makes his living on the streets with his mentor and older brother & learns from him to become hard and streetwise. The death of his brother in a police raid drives him into a state of depressed anhedonia, finding his only solace in the numbing comfort of drugs. Convinced that life is a curse, but reluctant to take his chances with the unknown of whatever comes after, he begins on a path of becoming a slumlord armed with his wits & his reckless disregard for his own bodily well-being.
The second is a gregarious political dynamo & the toast of the town. Actuated by his obsessive lust for temporal power and legacy, he has an equally obsessive concern for his appearance both in looks & how people perceive him. He has a knack for pinning people's weaknesses & exploits them mercilessly for his own political gain as well as a talent for eloquence and flattery. The son of working class folk & a husband to his childhood sweetheart but propelled to the finest universities by his own intelligence, intrigue & determination, his life appears like a classic story of the virtues of good-natured hard work to his constituents. He runs the city (& his family) like a mafia don. Dolling out favors to those who bend to his will and crushing those who won't. Despite his unscrupulous and abusive methods, he is an incurable optimist, always looking up from where he's at.
The third is an enormously wealthy robber-baron who lives secluded in a sprawling gated estate, his vast wealth is so great nobody knows exactly what he's worth & how much he owns, but he appears to have a finger in every pie around the entire city. Mysterious and eccentric his ambitions are far grander than anyone could imagine.
Dungeons and Dragons meets Hey! Arnold, with particular focus on highschool slice of life comedy.
All those adventurers running around leaving bastard children with superpowers in their wake, and the kids gotta go to school somewhere. Que the wacky mix of oddball kids interacting and playing off one another centered around a guy who's the likable straight man to everyone else's hi-jinks.
Our protagonist is the happy go lucky son of a Bard who tries his best to keep his half brothers/sisters out of trouble while dealing with his personal abandonment issues with the help of his so old they've gone crazy aunt and uncle (also bards, and heavily inspired by 80s glam rock).
He gets to deal with the half-ork jock, the holier than thou elf paladin/teacher's pet, that Kender kid who may or may not be a klepto, his fiesty dwarf best friend, and his aggressive Drow stalker.
For the most part, things tend towards the mundane, but every once in a while the fantasy element slips out and shit get bizarre for a few minutes. Lots of non-sequiter jokes and sneaky references hidden in the background, but never directly addressed in any way. The focus always stays tight and narrow on character interactions, with some character growth occurring over the season(s) but never any over-arching plots that require sequential viewing.
Its called dadbro. Its a quirky comedy about a boy cums in his mother's panties, and she gets pregnant. Skip to a few years later, and he is the father to his baby sister. However, he starts having feelings for her. The twist is that she is being fucked by the boy's dad, who thinks she is his daughter.
korean business family man is tired of his mundane life and has a mental breakdown, so he does gay shit like peeing in the hot tub with his coworker buddies and designing a website for his daughter's school where he lists all the students and faculty online, complete with in-depth profiles about their personal life and blood type
A family sitcom set in Nazi Germany. The dad is an SS officer, the son is gay, the daughter is dating a gypsy, the wife is an allied spy, and one of the recurring characters is a jew hiding in the families attic that the dad keeps trying to catch.
Not even being edgy, I thing it could be a genuinely funny american dad style show.
>>79700373 i ran out of characters. extended would read more like this.
Possessed of unimaginable material wealth he has grown bored living as a voluptuary and seeking worldly gratification for all his basest impulses. A long life of experimenting with the most licentious acts of depravity and seeing the corrupting influence of his money on those around him has caused him view his fellow humans as neither good nor bad, but utterly unable to help themselves to detach from their own foibles and idiosyncrasies and so he consequently sees them as either useful or useless. He has become all too aware of the immaterial things that money can't buy. Eternal life, omnipotent power, freedom from a decaying mortal coil. He has devoted his time to erecting a shadowy organization whose reach exceeds their grasp to explore in the occult a solution for the problems of his mortality.
Shady secretive organization with ties to necromancy and the dark arts, reanimates the bones of deceased biker gang leader. They then force him to don power armor and fight monsters that have been gradually breaking into our reality from their magical realm.
>>79697301 They sorta did that in that episode of Young Justice where the kids and adults were in separate dimensions and the kids and teens were actually calm and patient while the situation was fixed while the adults panicked and rioted on the streets.
>>79697147 2 boys/2 girls, or 3 boys/3 girls swap bodies randomly in the first episode and it never gets fixed, ever. They have to live their lives as their friend. One of the chicks swaps with a dude, two dudes swap bodies, two chicks swap bodies
It takes place in a world where you are either born a clown, a mime, or a hobo. These three genders can reproduce with eachother if they wish, but a clown cant reproduce with a clown and so on.
In this story, two young clowns fall in love with eachother, but they know that it is frowned upon for a clown to love a clown. One of the boys is kicked out of his home because of this, so he decides to live his life pretending to be a mime. However, this means that he will have to attend an all-mime school. In the mime school, he falls in love with a young mime boy.
They start dating and years pass. One month before their wedding, the clown is visited by the young clown boy from his youth. They have clown sex, but our protagonist is torn between forbidden clown love and the mime he gave his heart to.
kids get together to discuss imaginary friends, they give their respective friend a gimmick power and go on an adventure, the creative kid becomes the villain and always finds a bullshit excuse to be one step ahead >by the way guys after last fight I became bullet proof so good luck shooting me :)
A teenage American boxer goes on a training trip with his coach/father to the distant land of Canada where he accidentally sets off ancient Canadian magics when he falls into the "Frozen Pond of Nice ol' Girl, Eh; Sad the Way She Went- Drownin' Ain't No Way to Go 'n All."
Now he changes genders with a splash of water, and has to contend with various fighters with foreign techniques to hold his family's title belt- all while keeping his multiple suitors at bay.
>>79705841 >So, is there anything good for art degrees in the future? >nah brah, it's a dumb degree >yah dude, you should totally get something different >Time travelers walk out of the building >Well then >I'll find a different path in life, for if I don't >Then my name isn't Adolf Hitler!
Anthropomorphic all girl death metal band are chosen by beings to become metal magical girls (tiaras, dresses and everything) to stop a evil force of happy preppy alien girls (with toku costume elements) trying to kill all dark related things for their empire
The pilot episode is still good. Has qt Ranma voice (before they changed it immediately), actually uses the gender dynamic for storytelling and not just a gag, has some good animation, and at least a couple good jokes. >I'm Ranma Saotome.... Sorry 'bout this.. CUUUUUUTE.
>>79706739 >>79698164 Is it a given that the dad loves his robowaifu too much to really pay attention to the occasional software bug Or like, he sees her shooting lasers and jaywalking (thus causing cars to stop in their tracks when they slam into her) as "quirky" and the little girl is basically the straight man
The (Adult) Son and Daughter of a Mechanic build a custom car and begin a high successful street racing career. They run afoul of a gang and then become informant for the police but must now balance their love of racing with their desire to not get killed by the gang(s) or arrested by the cops.
>In one universe there is a boy going to a wizard school who really just wants to write science fiction. He finds a mysterious book in the library that's entirely empty and begins writing in it. >in another universe a girl living in an bradbury-esque dystopia finds an unburnt book with no title or words, and tasks herself with writing a story about a boy in a wizarding school who wants to be a science fiction writer >As the two begin write the parts where they begin writing in their books, the two World Books synchronize, not allowing them to communicate but also binding the circumstances of their worlds to their respective stories. >if either book is destroyed before the story is finished, that world itself will burn >meanwhile a girl with some unidentified mental illness turns a blank world book into a highly-fictionalized diary, and finds every plot hole she creates in her own life tears a hole between universes
A stereotypical ugly ginger girl with a thing for robotics grows up on a farm and is perpetually mocked by her classmates for not having the latest tech (which in this world amounts to stuff like robot suits and hoverboards)
Until one day she finds out her father is a tech genius who was using his farm to get away from it all, and uses his plans to build herself a kickass mecha suit (built out of refitted farm equipment and powered by livestock methane) She uses it for after school robot rumbles and fighting crime, while keeping the secret from her dad.
What she doesn't know is her dad is actually an EVIL genius who causes crime under an his own secret identity. She routinely beats him up with her custom suit and they become arch rivals while staying a loving, if not oblivious family at home
A cartoon about a rock band fighting to save the universe from space aliens. Final boss is literally the Gods of Rock. I kinda think of a mix between the Guitaf Hero games and Jojo. Just pure fucking insanity.
Three bulky guys with bulging veins, eyeballs dripping from their sockets who costantly sweat and drink go around being assholes to eachother, pure on random people, graphically dismember animals and eat shit. One of them communicates only with farts, another haves a high-pitched voice that makes your ears bleed and the third is the only one with a normal voice (albeit a grave, raso one).
Features flashing colors and these gross closeups that apparently nobody like anymore.
A show heavily inspired by GI Joe and Metal Gear Solid about a war going on between two rival girl scout troops as they compete to sell the most cookies. One is a ragtag band of heroes and the opposition is a clean, ruthless organization of scouts lead by bizarre psychos with semi-supernatural powers.
A time capsule sent into space by scientists in the 1970's is picked up years later by a group of aliens in a spacecraft. The capsule has many articles of 70's fashion, music, and culture, along with a pamphlet talking about how college holds the future for youth or whatever. The aliens decide to dress in 70's attire and make first contact present day with a group of stoned, fucked-up college kids in an effort to determine if humanity is ready to reach the next stage in interplanetary relations. Hilarity and thoughtful slice-of-life ensues.
>>79708957 By the way, I hesitate between two options for the episodes 7 and 8.
Plot a) makes more sense but is way too predictable and therefore less interesting Plot b) Is more interesting but the rebellion comes off as a "deus ex-machina" wich makes it less believable. Plus you keep wondering why main characters can overcome stuff that other slaves better than them couldn't before.
A slice of life comedy in which a bum living out of his car is made the vassal of a trickster god. He's tasked with spreading chaos in order to strengthen the god's power for which he's promised a better life in return. He makes his way into a kindly woman's home for the night and proceeds to do things like unscrew the cap on the salt shaker and turn every roll of toilet paper backwards. Even these mundane and uncreative pranks backfire and he ends up restoring some balance to the lady's life. The series follows him skulking around the same small town trying to instill anarchy while somehow making acquaintances. His partner-in-crime is an imp that has the power to somewhat manipulate the concepts of Anatomy, Perspective, Form, and Color.
The year 2107. Robots have gained sentience, but still can't get a human look right. So many are made before the factories shut down that they make up about 1/50th of the population (excluding Japan). Unions have rallied against them, and they can only get work in factories. Our story follows one particular robot, GJ 1214 b. He struggles to find work at all, and lives essentially a NEET life. The show is about him trying to build a life with no money or prospects. Things start going good for him, later meeting a trainhopper trying to find an old treasure (a flash drive with his paypal credentials) his grandfather gave him a map for. GJ has an immense fear of death, having faced it many times at the hands of rioters. Shenanigans ensue, In the final episode, the trainhoper finds the old drive, but the account has been drained by taxes on account ownership. The grasshopper isn't the same after that. They split up, and GJ returns to his apartment. In the end, he infects himself with a interlocked-esque virus, waiting for someone to find him and care enough. Series ends
A colonial fleet has crash landed on a planet under mysterious circumstances. aliens or something Many centuries later, Human civilization is in this weird techno-medievil phase. Our MC gang are salvagers, people who delve into dangerous "ruins" and search for scrap and artifacts to sell. they stumble upon a black box containing an AI. It says that they need to signal an S.O.S. to the rest of humanity to pick them back up. Now our heroes must traverse the sci-fi pseudo-fantasy world to find the big flagships to assemble the distress beacon. I'm trying to emulate ATLA and GL:TAS's adventures with a colorful characters. >Darren Striker: the leader, a charismatic rogue weilding a shortsword and a gauntlet with a grappling claw >Clara Walker: the brains, handles the money and tech, weilds a staff >Johnny Biggs: the lovable big guy, weilds a sledgehammer >UNI(Utility and Navigations Intelligence): the AI currently residing in Darren's gauntlet, develops a personality over the series
5 people go on a cross-country journey in the days the Post Apocolypse in a shitty beat up car. Along the way they bond over the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of people willing to kill them. Based on a video game I played once.
>>79722919 cont. I've thought of some factions and events but not the whole story. >The Central Machine: the closest thing to a united powerin the setting, our heroes are declared heretics for harboring an unsanctioned relic that speaks I'll ofthe faith >Sand Spooks: spooky desert people that steal things at night, their base is one of the flagships >Techno Vikings: because it's fucking awesome! >and other miscellaneous bandits and thugs
The only solid event I have nailed down is the group unifying other salvagers to make a convoy into the desert.
Unable to confess, he is gifted with by a deus ex machina with the girl's phone number. Never minding the strange area code, he immediately calls her, and is overjoyed to find out that she has a crush on him as well.
But, the next day, when he recounts the previous day's confessions to the girl, she only looks at him with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, he finds out that the girl he called is not the same girl he fell in love with. In fact, she doesn't exist in this universe at all. She is the girl's alternate universe counterpart, who has fallen in love with the MC's own AU self, who too is blissfully unaware of her crush.
Hijinks ensue as the two strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip the other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective loved ones, DRAMA ensues as they begin to fall in love with each other instead and question the NATURE of LOVE.
It's the X-Men from the Brotherhood of Mutant's perspective. All the horrific abominations/crappy powered/loser mutants team up together under the team name Super-Freaks so they can recruit fellow muties while fighting against the Superior, a bunch of rich assholes who won the genetic lottery but are complete douche nozzles
Much of the plot would be around finding mutant-of-the-week characters to join either the Super-Freaks or the Superior. Kinda like Beast Wars except with mutants instead of robits
>>79720143 I actually came up with a villian like that, he was called minor inconvenience he has the ability to cause minor inconveniences to people. He eventually accidentally kills a kid who has peanut allergies and goes through a story arc where he pretty much goes through a identity crisis and comes out even stronger as major inconvenience. Whenever someone is inconvenienced by him he announces"muwhahaha minor inconvenience strikes again! "
Bigfoot, Chupucabra, and Mothman travel the world trying to solve mysteries that may or may not involve their fellow cryptozoological comrades. Their goal is to keep their ilk undiscovered, which means finding cryptids under investigation and telling them to cut their high-profile shit out. Additionally, it means coming up with a fake explanation for their human inquirers.
And of course, Bigfoot and pals manage to work undetected because of their "very realistic Halloween costumes that they wear, every day, for some reason".
Their archenemy is The Flatwoods Monster, who defected from their group because they saw humans as inferior and became determined to destroy them, not hide from them (as opposed to the rest's "we just shouldn't get involved" policy)
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