|duck&cover - 2021-03-29 |
|Marlon Brawndo - 2021-03-29 |
Nightmare fuel tag needed.
|Aernaroth2 - 2021-03-29 |
I just watched this last week because a friend chose it for a simulwatch. It's definitely POETV levels of quality.
|themilkshark - 2021-03-29 |
In the 70's the fundamentals of animation weren't taught as strictly so you ended up with some animators who did a lot of detail that gets lost in the quick movement.
This is a perfect example of that
|Cena_mark - 2021-03-30 |
Gen 1, ugh
|Violet Intents - 2021-03-30 |
Does...does the boat or whatever their on have tits for sails?
Yes... The most important point of this video is that ship has titties 🤣
|Rosebeekee - 2021-03-31 |
Speaking of OG My Little Pony and uncomfortableness, has anyone seen those Funko Pops of the Gen 1 ponies? They look like they came from a godless, nightmare realm.
Most Funko Pops look like they're from a godless nightmare realm.
|Nominal - 2021-04-02 |
So many 80s cartoons had this bizarre "corruption" transformation fetish going on. Someone getting transformed into a grotesque monster under the villain's mind control. Sometimes it took the form of slime.
He-Man: The evil horde slime pit
MLP: this clip, in addition to another plot arc where 3 of the ponies get turned into evil dragons for the villain
The Spiral Zone: the entire show
Inhumanoids: Decompose's zombification
Teddie Ruxpin: an episode where the soldier dude drinks some potion that was spiked with steroids, turns him into a rampaging evil robot knight or something
Visionaries: every third episode seemed to be about the main villain's staff demon sucking the life out of people and turning them into feeble old men
Captain Planet: the drug episode
Smurfs/Transformers: the purple gnat and red spores episodes, although those were more zombie movie homages
There's a bunch of others I'm forgetting. It was just some oddly specific fetish that was universal for some reason.
Seven Arts/H8 Red
With Teddy Ruxpin, it was just some Grunge dude giving said character an accidental overdose and making him totally metal. It's the sort of low-stakes story that meshes with "main character bonds with handsy sidekick and this old dude who's into gadgets, SHUT UP ASSHOLE HE'S NOT A BEAR".
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