Dibullba wrote:Just want to add two things for clarification. When I said dribble, I meant in the posts after the first. It just all became boringly redundant to which I just could not be bothered to read them thoroughly. Second clarification, I do look at the posts for Bleedman's comics as I am also a fan (mostly of his earlier stuff though) of his comics and understand the purpose of the threads getting involved in the conversations (if any) within those threads. My point was merely that the posts are not actually necessary in the fact that under normal circumstances you will see fans post them on the thread and not those who work on them.
Thank you for clearing that up. I was afraid we would eventually devolve into shit slinging. I see your point, but I still stand by most of mine, although val is showing me several highlights of MLP as we speak.
Valhallen wrote:So this is too vague?
1: No foot flames as is Rapidash.
2: Fire extends from head, not back, as is Rapidash.
Alternatively, I can turn that around and further prove my point.
1: In kids shows, when people get angry, their hair catches on fire, but not their feet.
2: Emphasis on the fiery hair extending, making it closer to Pop-Fiction, and farther from Pokemon.
Way too vague.
Valhallen wrote:As for lewd humor, the example you gave of what you were looking for was relating to Ms. Bellum's figure, which in turn relates to cultural ideas of what is considered sexually attractive. If a reference to a famous book about sex isn't good enough for you, this is a directly comparable gag.
Eh... 5/10 combined with everything people have said so far.
Once again, the 'cover the naughty bits' gag has been around for over 30 years. It's more culture, and less lewd. It has to be ORIGINAL.
Maybe I set my sights too high? Here I though such a show would be laden in this... all I'm seeing are the same running gags... I'll give you the point, but I'm not happy about it.
Valhallen wrote:Episode 1 is about what you'd get if you crossed the rest of the series with Sailor Moon. If you want to see something more representative of the rest, watch Lesson Zero which I have linked.
I've seen the first episode of everything ever made, not counting newer shows.
As for watching the episode? Sorry, I don't watch kid's shows anymore. I don't watch PPG, Dexter's Lab, Zim, MLP... anything. They are not my demographic.
I was saying I would allow it to- in my opinion- success my Generation's childhood shows. Whether or not this is better than that, or that is better than this is irrelevant when it comes to actually 'watching' the show.
As for whether or not I will say it Successes? Sure.
I've seen enough and I got what I wanted to see. I'm sure kids these days are in very good hands.
KIDS. Not adults. I will continue to hate most bronies with every fiber of my being however. Nothing against the show. Just a culture gap and an unhealthy hatred for grown men who like little kid things. Perfectly reasonable.
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Times have changed, violence just isn't acceptable anymore...
Don't know why... I just don't know.