I'll start contributing to NPR when they let me pick up pilots like this to run while they're not britcomming it up or begging for money.
I mean public television. This would lose something if it was a radio drama.
i really like the art and animation, it kind of reminded me of Heavy Metal but i didn't really dig anything else about it. i can see why it failed.
|Helena Handbasket |
How is it that this could have possibly failed????
Meh. But I would like to find the comic.
|Mike Tyson?! |
Wait, did he fuck her or what? My stars rest on the answer.
Awesome concept and interesting animation, but it's written like it came from a stand-up comic who starts his bits with ...
"Wouldn't it be funny if we lived in a world where zombies are everyday citizens?"
That would explain the total lack of likable characters. Frankly I'm surprised it got this far along before being killed.
I liked the concept and look too; too bad about everything else sucking so bad.
It's because of this that Cartoon Network has an explicit "No Shows About Zombies" rule when looking at pitches.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I like the character design but yeah this fails for lack of interesting characters.
I really liked this, but these stars are mostly for the fact that this show was quite literally drawn in a Korean sweatshop (watch the credits).
Do you think Korean sweatshops are filled with people with Vietnamese names, or am I missing something?
Okay, zombies die if you shoot them in the head. Everyone knows this. To ignore this is to invite disaster. Also this bullshit about zombies being people is the sort of bleeding heart, muliticultural bullshit I just can't get behind.
And the guy's last name is Nerd which is a weak-ass joke.
Aren't you supposed to put the funny and interesting parts in your pilot pitch?
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