|garcet71283 - 2013-11-13 |
So...this only became popular because the yellow-man is emotionally repressed?
|memedumpster - 2013-11-14 |
That was more informative (you know, in a good way) than I thought it would be.
|cognitivedissonance - 2013-11-14 |
When I was a kid, I came under the spell of anime, largely because it was during the tail end of the Disney Afternoon era and the beginning of the long slow slide of The Simpsons. I liked that there appeared to be a vibrant and adult animation culture. I liked the episodic nature of the beast, and how it appeared to address things Western animation didn't.
All went well until I saw "Tenchi Muyo".
I never watched anime again (barring Miyazaki and a box set of "Excel Saga"), and I wonder how the hell I thought it might have been valuable.
You couldn't handle Tenchi Muyo?
You're a funny guy.
Naw, I inverted into Fleischer Brothers. Loops and loops of Fleischer Brothers. I know every single one by heart.
|Gmork - 2013-11-14 |
I read that as "Manga Dad" and thought it was going to be similar story arc to the Donkey Kong Killscreen Dad, but with more backwards black and white comic books.
I would totally be the Billy Mitchell of that documentary.
I thought it was going to be like Ghost Dad, but with the Dad stepping out of manga books like Aha's Take On Me.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2013-11-14 |
I thought this was going to be full of the kind of casual, sanctimonious bigotry you always see when Westerners make a documentary about Japanese culture, but this was actually very sensible.
I especially liked the part with Junko Mizuno at around 25 minutes in.
I might give it a look later on based on your appraisal.
|misterbuns - 2013-11-14 |
This is so boring.
You didn't watch long enough.
this thing is written like a 5th grade report.
That's about 1/3 of why I submitted it.
|misterbuns - 2013-11-15 |
with awful music from ten years ago
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