#1 on my "beloved cartoons from childhood" list. To this day I want to be a 1930's adventuring aviator. And also a talking bear.
This has become nothing but a furry incubator
Talespin was Disney's Indiana Jones. It's sad that you're too furry-obsessed to appreciate it.
|bakune young |
EAT SHIT, CHARLIE HORSE
|Caminante Nocturno |
Oh, for the days before we knew what furry was...
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
You know, this show had a lot of actually good homages to 30s/40's action adventure serials. Plus it came out right before the Rocketeer. Yay art deco!
|Unmerciful Crushing Force |
Holy shit. 5 stars for making me remember the time that cartoon characters on kid's TV shows could fire actual motherfucking lead at each other.
|Aubrey McFate |
I didn't even like this show as a kid.
Blugh. I watched a regrettable amount of Disney Afternoon as a kid, but it's either Ducktales or Fuck You.
I don't remember a show called FUCK YOU.
Duck Tales was p. cool, though.
I'm torn between semi-fond memories of this show as a kid (not the best show ever, maybe not even one of the better ones, but certainly not the worst) and the Furry Question. So rather than rate a good video low, or a bad video high, I'm not going to rate it at all.
Rodents of Unusual Size
About 8 years ago, I looked that show up and found the message board. I found out a lot of people wanted to fuck and or torture most of the characters. That's how I first learned about furries, so I've tended to try not to even think about this show for years..
So many repressed memories
That was a good show until TEH FURRY polluted it.
|Spastic Avenger |
Closest we're ever going to get to a Crimson Skies or Sky Captain cartoon.
I'm blocking out the furry connection, I'm not going to let it bother me.
I didn't appreciate this show enough as a kid. I was more of a Darkwing Duck fan.
Come to think of it, between this and the distinctly Shadow-like Darkwing Duck, the Disney Afternoon had a surprising amount of Pulp Adventure influence. Something we could always use more of, I think.
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