I kinda missed the first season theme song tbqh
>Rorschach befriends animal like an insane Snow White
This is probably my favourite running gag. The one where The Comedian had him jump over a backyard fence to get back his dad's baseball from a big dog was an absolute classic
People can say Watchmen Babies was a sellout move all they want, but Milhouse and I like it and that's good enough for me.
>it's another "Comedian rapes Silk Specter violently and makes a daughter that 18 years later he also rapes which both of them find funny because his jizz is laced with laughing gas condensed into a liquid form he got from an alternative universe because Jon left the door open to his science room" episode
I'm here to stop this meme right here and now. I'm so sorry you had to see this.
Remember the theme song
WE ARE THE WATCHMEN
PROTECTING THE WORLD FROM THUGS AND MAD MEN
WHO WATCHES THE WATCHMEN? YOU GUYS DO
Now I'm imagining how they'd simplify the characters for a Saturday morning cartoon, though I guess the original video kind of did that.
Science guy who always explains things in technobabble and then someone goes "In English, Einstein!" and he gives a simple simile so the audience gets it. Mostly just fires blue bolts, flies around and jobs.
SO RANDUM guy like the TF2 Soldier.
Dorky downer guy like Arnold from Magic School Bus or Chuckie from Rugrats.
The Useless Chick™
Basically Wolverine from X-Men cartoon.
Prof. X from the X-Men cartoon. Mostly doesn't do shit and just gives exposition at the base.
I could imagine it being less silly like the Ghostbusters cartoons and a but self-serious like X-Men while still being corny.
Soviet invasion arc was too much propaganda on may teste. It was better when they was fighting crimes, aliens and pirates. IMHO Pirates arc is the best arc
Is there any show with more instant classic for?
>the one where they take on the Nega-Verse versions of themselves
>the one where Comidian tries to get a date with Silk, comically interrupted everyone
>the "very special" episode involving Jon and his inborn predjudice towards "time normies"
>THE BASEBALL EPISODE
>the one where Ozy and Rorschach open a pizzeria together
>the one where Nite Owl gets a video game addiction
I think not
>It's a "Wander shows up, points out Lord Hater's insecurities, ruins his plans and gets away with it" episode
Other than that, this shit was cash. The animation quality really ramped up after the first season, and the Christmas special was A1 stuff.
Dude i loved that show! Did anyone else like to cosplay as the characters?
Staff of Power was the best episode though.
>tfw never got the H.A.T.E.R.V for christmas.
I still mad.
That's a fucking meme opinion. Somewhere around 97-98 is when the 90s culture began to fade and the 2000s culture began coming in, despite Buzzfeed and Reddit saying the 90s ended in 2005 or whatever. By 2000, there was nothing left of the 90s.
Around this time Biggie got shot, the golden age of hip hop ended and the shiny suit era began, One saturday morning replaced Disney afternoon, New jack swing died, 3D gaming surpassed 2D gaming in popularity, shit like Spice Girls, Hanson, Aqua, and Backstreet Boys were taking over, The Simpsons golden age ended with the episode "The Principal and the Pauper", TV content ratings system was introduced, and reality TV was starting to get really popular.
This. Thinking 90's culture continued that long shows that you must have been very young during the 90's and don't really get what made the 90's what they were.
People seem to desperately want to be "90's kids" when they were born in the 90's, seriously there's no shame in growing up during the early 00's, especially when most of the stuff that gets called "90's" is actually from the 00's.
>/co/ thinks they're legitimately funny by roleplaying
This is why us, /tv/, will always be better
PICKLE RICK IS IN THE HOUSE TONIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>leave /co/ for 8 years
>they're still having Saturday Morning Watchmen threads
>Shows only us 90's kids remember
No love for Wacky Deli? This show was gold man, the humor was ahead of it's time.