Essentially life after college
I pull rabbits out of hats, what’s your talent?JK, Quick little sketch, Happy international rabbit day
Apparently Cartoon Network is deciding to air a handful of new episodes this week, but very VERY early in the morning.
Now knowing CN, I can tell you with having gone through the DC Nation fiasco as well as Generator Rex that when they want to try and push a show down, they specifically put it on at times when none of the fans would be able to watch them as well as neglect to renew advertising for the new episodes.
SO WE NEED TO GET THE WORD OUT ABOUT IT AND MAKE AN EFFORT TO SUPPORT IT SO IT CAN KEEP RUNNING
I meant next week! Sorry for the mistake, but STILL this is exciting news. I’m definitely willing to get up early for this, as long as they don’t keep airing them this goddamn early.
Literally the entirety of Airplane! is jokes just like this.
Rumack: You’d better tell the Captain we’ve got to land as soon as we can. This woman has to be gotten to a hospital.
Elain: A hospital? What is it?
Rumack: It’s a big building with patients, but that’s not important right now.
POOCHINI’S YARD (2000)
(a.k.a. Poochini) is an animated children’s television series which originally aired globally in 2000, but was not shown in the United States for the first time until September 1, 2002. The series follows the life of a dog named Poochini who runs away from home after its rich owner dies, gets captured by the dog pound and is adopted by an average American family.
Why was it forgotten?: IT’S ALL BEEN DONE BEFORE.
Ya know, I’ll give this cartoon something, it’s not bad by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, I could even call it pretty decent, and funny sometimes. It’s quite a bit more enjoyable than other cartoons of this type, about a smart animal stuck with a dumb/offbeat owner/family.
I could probably attribute the enjoyability of this cartoon to the stellar voice cast which includes Billy West, Dee Bradley Baker, Maurice LaMarche, and Leslie Carrara. They all turn in an excellent performance and make what would be otherwise bland scripts really fun.
Why do I say the scripts are bland? It’s pretty standard stuff. Episodes usually go; the dog needs something or wants to be left alone but the family pesters him and so hijinks ensue. That seems to be well enough to cover 7 minute episodes.
I’ll give the show credit in that regard. Every episode is short and moves at a decent pace so no story line overstays it’s welcome.
That’s pretty much Poochini. It’s nothing amazing, but nothing terrible either. It’s a space filler, something networks could put on in the morning, or the later afternoon when the kids come home from school and wait for the prime time cartoons to come on.
- Though it was created and co-produced by San Francisco-based entertainment company WildBrain, Poochini was not shown in the United States for over two years after its production.
- Poochini was based on the award-winning short A Dog Cartoon(1999).
- It was directed by Dave Marshall and Dave Thomas.
This series is far far far more pleasant than Family Dog, I’ll tell you that much. With these kinds of cartoons they can get really mean spirited really fast but luckily Poochini’s Yard manages to not be too hard on the titular character for comedic effect, and I’m glad for that.
If you want to see this series, there’s loads of episodes on youtube.
Excuse me while I DIE OF LAUGHTER
Well. All right, then.
This is the greatest thing on this darn website
I did this a few time ago for Golden Wolf and Doomsayers. Hope you’ll enjoy.
In cinema, gloves are regularly used to represent hiding one’s true intentions. Characters often seen wearing gloves are normally hiding something
Frozen is a perfect example of this
Elsa obviously uses gloves to hide her powers and doesn’t show her true self until she discards them
BUT GUESS WHO ELSE WEARS GLOVES THE ENTIRE MOVIE
Well played Disney… well played
I’m onto you, you fucking rat.
Sneaky fuckers those kids from digimon.
Except Joe. BLess Joe. He just wants to live through the day.
The Simpsons couch gag by Don Hertzfeldt.
Aaaah sweet! Couch gag by one of my favourite artists!
Tv Paint! I used TV paint to animate and ink, then I export into photoshop and color the lineart, then My colorists flat color and I import the digital cels back into Tv Paint and add effects! <3
Peter Pan composition analysis post #1