Well, that saved me a trip to the ophthalmologist, but added a trip to a lobotomist.
I used to have visions like this myself, of hyper-elaborate cross-over movies or books based on whatever cartoon or toy I liked at the time. The difference being that mine had a better plot, was more grounded in reality, wasn't based on a paedophilic obsession, and was dreamed up when I was 10, not 40.
Also: After the world premier of the most expensive and implausible movie series ever conceived, he will celebrate at Outback Steakhouse.
That really says it all. Massive amounts of detail poured into his cartoon fantasies, with no further thoughts of how his personal life could improve beyond a meal at a budget steakhouse.
Well, I'm making my own movie. It will combine every form of media ever conceived: animation, fanimation, Japanimation, Fanjapanimation, slavery, and clayajapanimotion puppets. Never before has the epic tale of the Funky Phantom been rendered in such detail.
As for the studio I am thinking Pixar should be able to fast-track this project by canceling their next three films in development. I have never met Steve Jobs but I bought an iPhone 4 so he owes me a favor.
A team of multi-racial white animators will work day and night to bring you this 74-part film series. Look for Funky Phantom's Christlike Vision Quest Book 1: The Prologue: Part One: The Beginning (Act the First: Spring Solstice, Chapter One) in theaters next month.
|Jim Quin |
Why is there still no tag for the Papyrus font, as used in the studio vanity-plate for whoever it was that made the movie about Gary Busey being a video game designer reincarnated as a dog? Still, four stars of pure creepy sweaty-palmed evil.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
Because people who freak out about fonts are the worst and the last thing we want is to encourage them.
If there's one thing I learned while browsing PoE-Classic back in the day, crazy adult fans of kids cartoons are the craziest; be they fans of Cartoon Network fare, Nickelodeon shows from the 90s or "Disney Afternoon" shows or anime aimed at a younger age bracket.
Like there was, on PoE, a link to a site rabidly devoted to a character who appeared in a single episode of Rescue Rangers. Or the sites of crazy people who obsessed over Talespin or Darkwing Duck. Just a few examples in general.
This whole "thing" feels like it should on a crappy Geocities or Tripod website circa 2000 complete with broken JPEGs and eye-searing background colors.
If this guy doesn't have a webpage with a thousand page fanfiction, its only due to laziness on his part. He clearly has the time and temperament, and its not like talent has ever been an impediment in this area.
At one point for several months, I actively sought out and read strange cross-over fanfiction. 90% was garbage I quickly skipped over, but the rest was either so bizarre as to be fascinating, or would be genuinely great storytelling if it didn't involve one of the Ender defeating the Herculoids to save and marry Sailor Saturn.
Are we reaching a new standard of crazy with this guy?
Did you guys actually read this?
Mostly because for some reason that made me think he wanted it to be a crossover between Powerpuff Girls and Dexter.
Which I'd actually sort of like to see.
While he's talking about the character from the cartoon show, the live action show is the sort of story playing out in his mind, yes.
This is why you NEVER let Seven of Nine be DM.
Or so. Or so. Or so. OR SO. OR. SO.
|Rum Revenge |
0:46 " - and other works."
This guy basically tosses his Christmas wish list up on YouTube and it's still not enough. He wants a supermovie with every damn trope he likes, ripping off eight movies and at least two TV shows, and it's not enough! You have to somehow cram more stuff in there!
He might as well have just wished to be richer than God. It would be more reasonable.
There is absolutely no way this guy is for real. Fucking 72-disc box set.
He's got moxie.
Dexter-shaped bourbon bottle, with a recipe for a milkshake on it.
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