|Boomer The Dog |
Alpha And Omega fans are still out there, it's cool to see that's it's lasted this long. I'll have to find out where they are these days and read some.
The artwork is interesting, they're drawn in the shape of regular wolves, but with more Human facial features like eyes, brows, tall foreheads and manes like hair. Other cartoons have done this for sure, but to me, Alpha-Omega is taking it to a different level than most.
Wolves falling all over each other, well I was into the romances of Lady And The Tramp and 101 Dalmatians when I first saw those, so I can see it. Maybe I was lonely.
Now I feel bad for making fun of Alpha and Omega fandom. Why must you always be so nice, Boomer?
Boomer The Dog
I didn't want to be a bummer, I'm sure there's a lot of fun to be had with Alpha And Omega's fandom, just like with Furries and Bronies.. :)
I was kind of surprised it's still out there. Some Furries were talking about the first movie when it was announced, then we saw the trailer and some were laughing at the art, which seemed to be the trend at the time for any animation that wasn't Pixar. I followed the movies until after the second one and lost touch with the scene.
I'm not even sure what an Alpha and Omega is. Is this a new movie? An old one which I've never heard about for some reason?
Also Boomer, I'm not going to be able to make it to AnthroCon this year. The three friends I was thinking of going with have all had to back out suddenly. :(
I hope you enjoy the Vikings.
Boomer, I'm just joking around.
I actually have no idea what this cartoon is either, believe it or not these fan films were what I got when I searched youtube for footage of Dennis Hopper talking about golf.
Boomer The Dog
Hi Homer, Alpha And Omega came out in 2010 says IMDB, and has developed a cult following among audiences, that's the first movie. I had to check because I wasn't sure when it actually came out. M budget, most successful film for the animation company, and posters there blame it for Furry recruitment.
Too bad you can't make it, and you'd be sure to see some Ponies there too. I was going to bark that if you made it we could at meet somehow, it would be cool to run across the King of the Dogs.
Zircon, okay, I get you. Even though I come from the city where Mr. Rogers lived when he did his TV show, and he's all sweet and nice, I wouldn't want to take the bite out of PoETV. I have my ways to culture jam and don't have the witty comments to come up with, so I like to read others' comments on the videos instead.
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