|09/14/2012, 02:04 pm||#21|
The Number 1 Gamer.
Join Date: Feb 2011
Somewhere deep in the Caribbean...
Sam:Hey little buddy where did you get this ship?
Max:I got it off some guy waving his arms around
Sam:Then who is that guy over there?
Max:I don't know Sam but should we make him walk the deck?
Sam:Can't think of a reason not too.
Games I'm Playing:,Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale,Assassin's Creed Revelations,Assassin's Creed 3,Assassin's Creed 3 Liberation,Lego Batman 2,Dead rising 2,BTTF The Game,Sly Cooper Thieves in Time.
|09/15/2012, 08:20 pm||#22|
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Wouldn't you like to know
I rewatch some old shows when I see them come on again (most have been listed in this thread already lol). I kinda miss the late night showings of Popeye, O'Canada, Rocky and Bullwinkle, etc. on Cartoon Network.
I like when you rewatch a show when you're older, you see things you missed when you were younger or a joke you didn't understand cause you didn't know the pop culture reference (Animaniacs did that to me a lot).
|09/17/2012, 07:56 am||#24|
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: plunder island
Paradoxically, I find cartoons easier to get into than movies nowadays being older. My suspension of disbelief works better than watching actors, especially if we're talking some bad acting.
I like all Disney/Pixar, of course, but somehow even now I find classics like Pinocchio, Sleeping Beauty, Robin Hood... more "mature" than Tangled for example. Also, I love DreamWorks stuff, like The Road to El Dorado and Sinbad.
I adore Looney Tunes - I was lucky to have a wonderful domestic synchronization that I've grown up with. Anything Bugs Bunny does for me.
I've enjoyed some more "experimental" movies as well, like The Secret of Kells or the silent The Illusionist. Planning to see The Iron Giant.
Also, anyone remember this?
Last edited by Edward VanHelgen; 09/17/2012 at 08:07 am.
|09/17/2012, 08:58 am||#25|
Join Date: Nov 2010
While I like that ThunderCats was mentioned in this thread, I'm somewhat saddened by the mere mention since the reboot, which was FANTASTIC, has pretty much been given the axe by Cartoon Network.
"Geez, we've been back together for five minutes Doc, and you're already talking about the end of the universe."
"Stupid, stupid rat creatures!"
|09/17/2012, 11:55 pm||#26|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: The Inventory
It's no secret I love animation. I still watch a lot of classic television animation (DuckTales still holds up remarkably well, as does Gargoyles and the whole of the DCAU (Batman: The Animated Series up to Justice League Unlimited).
I also like modern animated television shows like Kim Possible, Phineas and Ferb, Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra.
|09/18/2012, 02:36 am||#27|
Consumer of Mushrooms
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: United Kingdom
Being a very sheltered child, I can say that this is almost impossible for me! XD
I've watched alot, A LOT of cartoons in my time both old and new, (I stayed up late to watch the 80s stuff as well like Ulysees 31, Mask, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, He-Man ect.).
Loved Transformers (and Beast Wars, quite underrated that one but it is definately worth watching).
I think the only cartoons I didn't watch so much were the old Disney cartoons, Thundercats and GI Joe.
I can watch some Thundercats if I want to though. My little brother has some of the DVDs (first season I believe).
Hmmm... Maybe I will after I catch up on Ulysses 31! XD
(Now Ulysses 31 is an awesome show. Infact anyone watched the Dungeons and Dragons cartoon? Man, that was pretty cool and bleak at the same time as well. )
EDIT: Ah you guys are missing some other cool ones!
Biker Mice from Mars
Street Sharks (If you watched this then you will know why I'm laughing XD)
The Real Ghost Busters
The 90s Marvel cartoons! (Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, Spider-man, Silver Surfer, and The Fantastic Four)
Rocco's Modern Life (Almost as good as Ren and Stimpy (one of my favourites for sure! XD))
Oh, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtes (Hero over here in the UK! XD)
EDIT 2: ONE MORE THING! I loved Jackie Chan Adventures too! XD
EDIT 3: Heh. The Mask cartoon. I remember that one, and Ace Ventura too! XD
With Great Power Comes Great Resposibility.
My Uncle Ben taught me that.
He also makes great rice!
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