/co/ related shit that gave you a nightmare when you were younger?
A lot of the villains in Batman Beyond had some pretty bad ends.
I find that hilarious and weird they did an episode about that like 10 years before transgender stuff became an actual thing.
Remember the were-poodles in KND? Imagine getting chased down the street by one and making it to school, but when you got there no one let you in and you were torn apart.
After reading this I dreamed that the hulk had attacked a school somewhere and crashlanded in my house. The world was kinda dead, and there was almost no one around. Bruce Banner was a evil dick and made my mom his slave. I then turned into Constantine and ran away across a marsh before I woke up
This one issue of Daredevil I got when I was a wee child where Mr. and Mrs. Daredevil had a baby, and when in church Bullseye (I think) came and stole Baby Daredevil and Mrs. Daredevil then killed everyone in the church with plastic forks and knives.
I was scared for plastic cutlery for way too long.
It's technically /co/-related?
I was really creeped out by first transformation in Mask as a kid. That was only time I was afraid of anything in the movie and I can't really explain why. I guess because CG effect looks weird and doesn't look real at all and I just didn't understand what it was.
I miss action cartoons with spooky villains
Similar to yours, actually: the bit in the Michael Jackson episode of South Park where Blanket accidentally rips off MJ's nose and MJ starts running around the house chasing him.
I think I woke up in a cold sweat when I remembered that cat's smile.
Trust me, this shit will scare any child under the age of eight.
Buck the Boogyman from PPG, and fuck the Nightmare before Christmas. Everynight before I went to sleep I closed all the doors and windows in my room except for the main one, and blockaded the underside of my bed with books and boxes. Did it help? No.
You think that's a nightmare...
I have a Juris Doctor, failed the bar by one point, work a non paid public service fellowship, live with my parents, and I am studying for the bar again. Despite it all, my parents think I'm slacking even though I am applying for jobs, studying, and gaining experience through the fellowship. Why won't anyone give me a fucking interview...I wish the essay graders would have found that one point so I wouldn't have to live this eternal hell.
Beware /co/, the nightmare strikes professional degrees, STEM, and liberal arts.
Where is Superman when you need him.
I always ignore this episode when watching old south park episodes, I just say nope as soon as I see the thumbnail. Something about Kyles black "kneecaps" really got to me. I think I mostly watched it rerun when it was still a recent episode but think it would still be weird to see today.
>I find that hilarious and weird they did an episode about that like 10 years before transgender stuff became an actual thing.
The sheer underage in this post is crippling.
I lost the use of my legs from how underage this post was.
These things were scarier than fuck when I was small. I was pretty easily scared back then.
They aren't scary at all now, but the transformation scene in particular fucked me up real hard. Actual "go into your parents room and try not to panic" level nightmare.
It also fuelled a bodyswap fetish, this fucking movie
Trannies have been around since almost forever.
It's a mental illness, not something someone decided to do one day.
Who would ever want to be a horrible false approximation of the opposite sex?
That's kind of the point. it's supposed to remind you how horrifying this is, and help you vote not to subsidize their bullshit like they are now. Fucking teenagers getting free obammymoney to chop their dicks off.
I'm surprised this spooky motherfucker hasn't been posted yet. Please don't tell me I've become older than the average demographic.
>being young enough that South Park existed when you were a child
It's a fucking metaphor you dip.
Tumblr these days...
There's literally no difference between a "trans" person and a otherkin furry.
Both believe themselves to be something they are certainly not
Speaking of Wishbone, remember this episode?
Every adaption of Pinocchio is a mind fuck somehow. Kids are assholes; to this day, I still contemplate if they deserved it or not.
This episode gave me literal nightmares.
It's almost 20 years ago now, and I still remember watching the episode. It was horrifying.
One character fucking gets ate alive.
I remember hiding behind my mom's legs as she cooked in the kitchen while I watched the episode.
I was like 7 or 8 at the time.
Scared the crap out of me.
>Please don't tell me I've become older than the average demographic.
Anyone who says otherwise is bullshitting.
I wouldn't call it jarringly fast, the finale is a three parter with the final part being an hour long
The only jarring part is we expected to have more time left, but in-world it wasn't rushed at all
I disagree. It feels like it's all being tied off early. Because it is. It's not the most unnatural ending I've ever seen, granted. But it is enough so that I noticed even without following the show was planned on being longer.
>went through four hellish years
>suddenly got a job
>earn enough to live in a three-room apartment on my own.
>i'm still 26
There's no nightmare, anon.
Life gets better at some point.
That is genuinely the most terrifying thing in any TV show.
The episode of Swat Kats with the giant killer slime monsters. Actually, I think most of Dr Viper's episodes involve something horrifying.
Dunno about nightmares, but the scene where Inque deep force-kissed a tied up Terry gave me a huge erection and probably helped cultivate a femdom fetish.
Batman Beyond was equal parts lewd and disturbing at times.
this guy gets it.
the way his standing animation seems entirely disconnected from the rest of the episode and you can never tell exactly where hes at gives his presence a very surreal creepy feeling.
South Park began in 1997. I was born in 1986 and I watched it when I was a kid. You're not fooling anyone and I think thou doth protest too much.
The realization the most of /co/ would eventually consist almost entirely of adults with the mental age of preteens.
This might be a stretch, but I consider Jim Henson's stuff tangentially /co/
Anyway, I'm old as shit and this scene ruined furries for me before they were even a thing
I haven't even seen the movie at the time, just a TV ad for it, but I had a nightmare about the part where he turns into a cartoon wolf. Don't know if the scene has actually caused that nightmare, or if I was having a plain bad dream and it just happened to show up in it, but it stuck with me for years because my mind exaggerated it quite a bit.