|Xenocide - 2011-04-13 |
So is that Indian chief crying for the dead kid or for the memory of Raymond Hamada? Or because of littering?
|Nikon - 2011-04-13 |
That was such a traumatic and life-changing event that no one ever talked about or mentioned it ever again in any context.
Actually, Thirty-Thirty would mention it every damn week. "Remember that weird kid whose boyfriend died from drugs or something? Holy shit, his voice was annoying."
And Bravestarr would tell a parable about the time Eagle and Wolf met the sun spirit, and they all agreed that the kid did in fact have a super-annoying voice.
It's the voice of fucking Flim-Flam from the Thirteen Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, that's fucking why.
|MacGyver Style Bomb - 2011-04-13 |
This was the only way that any of these American 80's kid shows could depict someone actually dying. I'm pretty sure they pull this kind of shit off in GI Joe as well.
|Corman's Inferno - 2011-04-13 |
Did Jack Kirby ever do acid, or was his brain just wired to draw the strangest cosmic landscapes imaginable?
|Jeriko-1 - 2011-04-13 |
All children in the future have FAS.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-04-13 |
Hoorah, another clip from another terrible cartoon that shouldn't exist. I safely wiped this one from my memory, till now.
|StanleyPain - 2011-04-13 |
I don't recall Bravestarr's aesthetic being quite so....Heavy Metal-ish.
|TypicalEllisProtagonist - 2011-04-13 |
I love that his future cowboy hat has a little radio antenna on it.
And that his horse walks like a man. I'd be real uncomfortable riding a horse that could walk like a man.
Or the computer chip headress of Shaman?
|Stopheles - 2011-04-13 |
When Bravestarr stands up from a crouch, the framerate is so low that it flickers like he's STANDING UP THROUGH TIME.
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