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RE: Toon Talk - GL 2814.4 - 08-21-2011 05:09 AM
I think I'll give it a try then!
That clip is pretty fantastic. Bunny Jor-El... brilliant...
RE: Toon Talk - Thomas Is Awesome - 08-21-2011 05:11 AM
I totally recommend it as a guy who is firmly not a Marvel Zombie. It's like they distilled all the best bits and concepts of the avengers, and made an actual honest to goodness fun, straight forward superhero cartoon out of them.
RE: Toon Talk - thechrishaley - 08-21-2011 05:14 AM
Trying another video out because I'm excited about this show AND I think this one hasn't had embedding disabled.
RE: Toon Talk - chris graves - 08-21-2011 05:24 AM
Man, I kinda miss Superman and the LOSH. It was really getting good and had some great character development and moments.
Also the The Batman was getting really damn good in it's final season. Great dynamic between Batman, Batgirl and Robin. And he was finally meeting the JLA and oh well.
Currently love Regular Show and Adventure Time. Anytime I catch Batman B&B I get filled with pure joy. It's like they made it just for meee.
RE: Toon Talk - Thomas Is Awesome - 08-21-2011 05:25 AM
(08-21-2011 05:24 AM)chris graves Wrote: Man, I kinda miss Superman and the LOSH. It was really getting good and had some great character development and moments.
Oh man, the early death of that show is a knife in my heart. A KNIFE IN MY HEART.
RE: Toon Talk - GL 2814.4 - 08-21-2011 05:26 AM
Hmm. The CGI will take some getting used to; seeing Bruce Timm's style rendered like this is... odd. But for Green Lantern, the CGI works really well!
I've gone on far too many rants about Hal Jordan in the past couple months, so I'm going to ignore that bit of animosity until I see an episode.
RE: Toon Talk - Mr. X - 08-21-2011 05:41 AM
I watched all of EMH sick in bed and I enjoyed way more than I thought I would.
The Regular Show and Archer have become late-night obsessions over the past months. Both are just snazzy.
(08-21-2011 04:18 AM)thechrishaley Wrote: Speaking of Jon Benjamin, has anyone watched that Bob's Burgers show?
I watched most of Bob's Burgers and it was very hit or miss for me. I think it got one big laugh from me every episode, but I couldn't even finish some episodes.
Did anybody else watch Wolverine & the X-Men?
RE: Toon Talk - orangeboxen - 08-21-2011 05:58 AM
Enjoying YJ, but the running jokes piss me off. Between Robin's weird disappear/giggle....thing and "Hello Megan!" makes me wish being able to smack cartoons was my superpower. The Superman as deadbeat dad thing almost seems ripped from a LBFA strip.
Anyone keeping up with Futurama?
RE: Toon Talk - TheOneHypnotic - 08-21-2011 06:11 AM
I watched Wolverine & the X-Men, and really liked it. I'm pissed we won't get to see the "Age of Apocalypse" storyline promised at the end of season 1.
I'm glad to see fans of Venture Bros., Young Justice, Adventure Time, Regular Show, and the new Thundercats representing. All fantastic shows.
Having been to the Legend of Korra panel at SDCC, I'm more excited about that than I have been for any cartoon in a very long time.
Any fans of The Amazing World of Gumball? It may be because I'm watching an episode as I write this, but I really, really enjoy this show.
RE: Toon Talk - GL 2814.4 - 08-21-2011 06:15 AM
(08-21-2011 05:58 AM)orangeboxen Wrote: Enjoying YJ, but the running jokes piss me off. Between Robin's weird disappear/giggle....thing and "Hello Megan!" makes me wish being able to smack cartoons was my superpower. The Superman as deadbeat dad thing almost seems ripped from a LBFA strip.
Yea, Megan definitely needs to get herself out of the '90s. I like the running jokes, though. Most cartoons don't have much continuity from episode to episode, so I like that YJ actually has a set timeline and builds off previous dialogue.