Remember when Kimiko had a different hair style in EVERY episodes ?
Is there others shows with that kind of commitment for little details ?
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo.
No joke. The number of times Freddie freaks at something being narrow. Velma wears floaties because they're on a boat. Daphne's irrational gimmicks are portrayed as if she's been doing them for years.
I love shit like this.
If you think about it, this show is trying to be clichee as much as possible. Every main character is a living stereotype. Kimiko wearing wigs everyday and always texting is your typical japanese schoolgirl. Cowboy Clay is the worse though.
Connie has a bunch of different outfits on SU, but it's sort of jarring because nobody else really changes clothes on a regular basis
AT with Bubblegum and Marceline changing most of their outfits, and Finn's hair growing and getting cut and growing again. I really liked those things when I was just watching the show in its early seasons.
It does kind of make sense, though. The gems have their weird hardlight-appearance thing going on so wearing different outfits on a casual basis probably isn't something that occurs to them, and by extension Steven who they raised.
I'd say Finn's hair is a big change that they noted. He gave his long flowing blonde hair to that witch, and then we see later on his hair is a bit growing until it reached ear or chin length, I think.
It's not as extreme as the other examples here given that she typically just cycles between three standard outfits, but Star has worn a lot of different clothes within 13 episodes so far.
Also that image reminded me of Luanne's hair growing back to its normal length over the course of several episodes post-propane explosion in King of the Hill. That shit blew my mind when I first saw it as a kid.
> There is people on /co/, right now, who never watched Xiaolin Showdown and are not immediatly correcting this mistake.
They will never know the wonders I've seen
Steven and the gems make sense, but no other humans ever change their clothes, aside from Lars and Sadie who have street clothes and Big Donut uniforms.
I've wondered about this before actually, I guess it just differentiates Connie from the regular humans a bit?
mfw no fanfiction of this exists
Just watching the episode:
> Wuya asks Raimundo what's missing for him to be happy. Create a car and lay on it.
> Camera angle shows Wuya's legs and Raimundo looking at them, saying the "car" is nice, REALLY nice. Wuya dissapointed face when he says "but".
> Wuya hugging Raimundo
> Raimundo wanting to "play" with Wuya
Even Wakfu is less obvious.
I really liked how they did it in the weekenders, b/c they kept a handful of different outfits for the kids, i.e. they had a wardrobe they cycled through, like real life- rather than always a different set of clothes each episode.
The cartoon Happy Ness had Outrageous Ness with different hair and facepaint every episode. Crushed on her ass so hard when she rocked a zebra-striped mohawk with a blue star over one eye.
Esentially four elemental monks fuck shit up getting mystic objects, and then one of them is a traitor. It was a pretty fun show.
The mime was my favorite enemy, fav power other than the brutal weakness.
>Is there others shows with that kind of commitment for little details ?
One episode of Phineas and Ferb has Candace join a book club with the assigned book being The Illiad. In at least one episode after that, you see her sitting around reading her copy of it.
As Told By Ginger had wardrobes drafted out for it's characters so that it felt realistic. I never cared about it it but I always thought that was cool. Weekenders did the same thing, they had a rotation of outfits.
I think it was just to make the characters as different as possible so it would take a lot to make them eventually get along. Raymundo was the worst, though. Just because he was an asshole.
>tfw I rewatched up until Wuya was defeated and then put it down
I really need to finish rewatching. Too bad finding it in decent quality is impossible.
I loved this show.
They dont call him evil boy genius for nothing... wait... boy genius...robot laboratory....was jack dexter?
Those dirty spics always taking all the girls
>okey who should we take on our team to fight evil.
>a martial artist monk.
>a taugh texan dude.
> an agile and smart japanese girl.
>ow and a homeless bum for rio who probably stabed a dozen people already over money. Sure he has a high moral code.
What nationality was jack? I bet western european or something
He's Brazilian. They're heads don't work like normal people.
Its too bad Jack didn't get to become the dragon of metal. He would of been a great Green Ranger type addition to the team.
Nobody talks about these sick MOFOs
>This IS SEWIOUS!
Jem had a huge variety of outfits for a cartoon. It was to sell more dolls, but still.
pretty sure he's american. I mean, his cousin looks like a normal american girl. he's just fucking albino, or he makes himself look like that as part of his "image"
She seemed more interested in being evil.
kametsuUnfortunately only the first season got an HD release.
So thats why she was such a bitch. I would be pissed too
>hand painted colors
>andy was gonna have a new job every couple episodes
>planned out traffic hours for the city
I cant find the rest of the extras clips, but this show was ahead of its time.
It's fine. It's chronicals that just makes you wish you never even liked the series. Though Hannibal bean was awful. Honestly most of the bad guys when hannibal was around was terrible.
A thausand years of darkness is upon us all.
>all this talk of the team members
>not a single mention of best member
Who Team Ping Pong here?
Thanks Anon. I found everything needed [spoilers] and more [/spoilers]
I used to think Clay was the worst monk too, but I re-watched the series and he probably has the coolest and most creative use of his elemental powers and is just a goddamn wrecking machine anytime he fights so I came around.
>watch the intro
>suddenly taken back to spending every summer watching Xiaolin Showdown and Spongebob repeats at my grandmas
Thank you anon, for reminding me how boring and empty my childhood was
>In place of the Dark Lord, you would have a Queen, not dark, but beautiful and terrible as the Dawn. Treacherous as the Sea! Stronger than the foundations of the earth...all shall love me and despair!
Omi was way worse, because when Ray wanted to be an asshole at least he did it on purpose, Omi was an asshole that thought he always doing good but never realize how much of a shitty person he was
Probably because literally everyone else, aside from Greg, is just a side character. Really, Connie is the only main character who you would expect to constantly be wearing something new.
>Rai was the worst though
Rai learned the error of his ways and grew throughout the series, even using what he learnt to completely screw over the Bean guy. Omi was always a cocky shit and nearly fucked the entire universe over just so he could try and be leader.
>browses /diy/ and brags constantly
>tripfags under: Evil Boy Geneous
>is the boco of /diy/ unless he posts something extraordinary by the show's standards, then he becomes their favorite
>screencap goes around the site of a thread where he posted a time stamped pic of him and human wuya and /diy/ had a boner aneurism