Best episode. Would you happen to also have GREAT FLAMING EYEBROWS?
What's the appeal of Steven Universe? I've given it a few tries but all I see is a fairly mediocre kid's show. Which is fine obviously, I'm just curious what it is that draws the older audience to the show.
I liked it for being comfy really early. They hint at lots of lore and all of the gems really interest me, and its usually a big deal when they introduce a new one. Also I feel like everything is leading towards something, and that progression means something as opposed to adventure time. I'd normally tell someone to get to this part organically, but imo this is the pinnacle of the show (although the last 5 episodes were dank as fuck) and if you don't like this then this show really has nothing for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VZPAO7luuk
I like the characters, the songs are usually good, and the story is nice, with pretty much everything being foreshadowed beforehand so well you won't even realize it until it happens.
We all do. But hey, if Samurai Jack can get a reboot, anything's possible, right?
Absolutely no one could've done that scene but Jason Alexander. Fucking perfection.
Last good episode of the show. Too bad, like everything else, this went absolutely fucking nowhere. Love AT, just wish the plot had some kind of weight to it past the few amazing episodes that seem to have some kind of plot significance, then get shafted by Ward's reluctance to assign any kind of actual plot to the show.
tl;dr Holy fuck this show would be great if it grew balls.
It DOES take a while to find its feet and get decent, and granted it's pretty mediocre at first, but it does get a lot better. I'd say... maybe around episode 26 or so is where it starts being really worth watching. (Note that each episode is about 11 minutes long, though.)
/r/ing the webm of Fred saying he has feelings for traps and Daphne
I like it. It's zany, crazy shit happens, and there are plenty of great one-liners.
If you can handle the heavily flanderized characters and lack of plot, it's a really entertaining way to waste ~22 minutes of your life.
Here's another one in the series that either makes people laugh, or invites a gaggle of butt-devestated Americans with no sense of humour. Either is fine with me.
watched the Justice League recently and then Young Justice and here is something I noticed:
In the Justice League they say that the Flash is Wally West, yet in Young Justice they make it clear that the Flash is Barry Allen and that Kid Flash is Wally West. Wally West [spoiler] never becomes the flash or an adult, due to the events towards the end of the show [/spoiler]
Just thought it was weird that they did that name switch up.
Every friday night at seven id run my chubby 7 year old ass downstairs steal the remote and plant myself right in front of the old projection big screen we had. Thanks for the great memories anon.
I should rewatch Batman Beyond. Or all of the DCAU really.
This pisses me off. He's explicitly faster than her which is why she points out that she has to phase through things to catch up with him since she can just take the straight line while he has to go around things. That's fine. Fair enough.
But then she repeatedly outruns him in a straight line. She catches up with him in the tube because she can just come through the floor. That's fine, I don't know the route he took to get there. But then he turns around and runs in the opposite direction in a straight line and she appears through the wall in front of him. Meaning that SHE took the long route that time and STILL overtook him. And then she had time to go and get some glue and come back through the wall AGAIN while he was running in a straight line, which meant she had to phase through the wall, find glue (in a shop?), overtake him again, then phase through another wall, and she STILL beat him.
This is fucking Dick Dastardly shit all over again. I just want some logical consistency but no, the show insists on skullfucking me with wrong.
Last I heard the show's creators hired a lawyer to see if anything could be done, but there's so much red tape they couldn't make heads or tails of it.
Based on the two excerpts, seems like a movie with exactly one joke, told poorly. Maybe if Team America had never been made since it basically covers the same ground only with competence.
Unless you add something new to the table, why bother? Hard pass.
I love how in one of the interviews about the show they mention the deliberate decision to not include a title-card in the intro because why the fuck would they NEED to? It's Batman. You know it. I know it. Everybody knows it.
I refuse to believe that anyone on the ground floor of this thing was unaware of what it was exactly they were making (the executive mind is exempt on grounds of being an impenetrable, rusted closed steel trap), but every new clip I see of it makes me question this. They just steer into it so hard.
In the episode, Peridot (the green one) sends a distress call to her superiors through a TV broadcast. The webm is edited so that instead of the distress call its a silly scene of her trying to escape Steven's house through his toilet from a later episode.
its 4bm on gif and wsg
Man, Wakfu is such an amazing series. Was a little let down by what they did to Sadlygrove in the Kickstarter episodes, but they were still good too.
Tangent, does anyone know if the kickstarter episodes are on Netflix yet? or if it's just season 1&2?
Damn took me so much time to figure out all the fucking options... all the bitrates audio configs.. to make the whole song in one video file
Better quality is impossible - unless I shorten the video.. but then I won't have a full song.
There's continuation mon.
>Implying that Stakes wasn't good
>Implying fucking dimensional leaping in The Episode Crossover wasn't badass
>IMPLYING THE LICH's SPEECH TO FARMLAND FINN WASN'T JUST AS FUCKING BADASS.
I know that it's silly of me to even care, but did you not get the part where Rose chooses to be with Greg there, not with Pearl? Or the part where the show actually portrays Pearl's obsession with Rose as going way too far and being a serious flaw with her?
It's not a name swap, it's a different universe.
I believe this is how it is:
Justice League is Earth-12
Young Justice is Earth-16
Remember, in the DC way of things, they like to change the universes to cover every story, idea, etc. they come up with and it all fit in as being canonical.