That’s quite cool, anon. I always wished I had gotten into sci-fi. My parents had all the star wars movies but I never watched them.
Well then what is it? Sorry I'm not fluent in subjective TV genres.
I don't exactly know what he means. It IS si-fi, although there are some people who believe it's actually more of a fantasy genre (the force being equated to magic)
It's historical science fiction because it takes place a long time ago.
Ah, understandable. I didn't really watch fantasy either.>>8820
Right of course. So historical sci-fi?
Ah yes i forgot>>8751
Which version of the show do you like the best? Like what's new scooby doo, mystery incorperated, and such?
Checked, and my favorites growing up were the originals, the new scooby doo movies (my favorite was the one with Cher - I had a weird crush on her), the 13 ghosts (don't judge me), and most of the 90s and 2000s movies. I also enjoyed mystery inc a lot and shaggy and scooby doo get a clue. Each one had its charm, though.
If I HAD to pick a favorite, the movie would still be Alien Invader or Zombie Island (pic related). The show would be Mystery Inc or 13 ghosts. For me, I could watch those over and over without ever getting sick of them.
Did you like scooby doo as well?
Yeah scooby doo was pretty good, i practically watched every cartoon series that they aired on tv. my favorite movies was scooby doo and the Samurai Sword (you can't tell me that shaggy kicking ass wasn't not cool) and Aloha, Scooby-Doo!
Checked again, and that's neat. animu kids shows were always pretty cool.
This is random but I remember a kid in my 8th grade class used to play with Yugioh cards every single day with one other kid. In my grade, there were about 20 kids, and we all used to watch them with mild enthusism on days when we weren't let out for reccess because of the weather. I remember he got suspended for some reason and we were never told why - he never came back afterwards.>>8911
Checked once again (why so many dubs in this thread?), and dude those movies ROCKED! All the scooby doo movies from the late 90s/2000s were the best. Very nostalgic for me. I had both of those on DVD actually.
That sounds nice people in my area never really played YuGiOh (and card games generally). A few people who did play card games preferred games like magic the gathering which never appealed to me. It didn't help that the people who did play magic were jerks. Do you have any guesses why that kid was suspended?
People spread the rumor that he told our teacher to fuck off, I think, but that's too tame. Another said he had drugs on him, which wouldn't be too surprising. I'm still not sure, personally I think it was related to how he never did his work; I never saw him turn anything in once. It could've been anything, really.
I liked Foster's Home for Imaginary frens alot. The setting was cool and the character designs were neat. Wilt was a bro. Loved the show as a kid, but when I tried watching a few episodes a couple of years ago I didn't like it at all. Bloo is such an asshole.
Also, today I found this intro by chancehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfpBn3VqHLg
I forgot all about this until now. It's a show about the japanese band that sung the Team Titan's intro. The style is very early 2000s weebish cartoon network core. I remember watching as a kid and loving the character designs but not understanding what the fuck was going on in the show. Specifically I remember an episode where one character is super messy and the other tries to get them to clean up, but then it turns out that when the house is messy you can find stuff easier and the episode ends with them smearing shid over the camera. I now clearly remember that embedding itself in my mind and am absolutely certain that it is the single reason why I to this day rarely clean my room all the way, I just keep it at a stasis where sometimes I get in a cleainng mood but never finisht the job. I also remember an episode where when they say a code word the professor character starts acting like a monkey. That was awesome. It's so weird finding this stuff that I didnt' remember at all.
I haven't watched it ever since i saw it the first time, but i watched bruce timm's dc animated universe. The writing was and always is brillant and quite well thought out, and he mostly adapted full comic book story arcs or important single issues; the source material, when making episodes.
Superman always acted like superman and had this thing where he could never act evil or do bad deeds, always the boyscout. Batman was brillant because he was all too human, getting broken bones or knocked down, then getting up to continue the fight. I remember him being slightly more emotional, but not in a gay or unbatman like way. It was hearing him sing some ray charles.
The Question stook out to me as a kid, for being kinda funny looking but as i grew older i now understand and i really like what they did with him.
From what i remember, he was a sever person, very philosophical (for some kids cartoon they really dug deep) like, i remember him talking about plato's rule of logic to lex luthor. i'll have to find some clip on youtube it's brillant. He dug through people's trash to find information, he looked superman in the face and told him he'll be the end of the world and the goverment is already taking precautions to take him down!
Maybe i liked him more because i later really enoyed the comics he was in and the faceless mask he wore is pretty cool. Need to watch the series again. good stuff.
Ah dude I remember seeing Foster's Home commercials but I never watched it myself; too busy watching scooby doo.
Also its incredibly interesting how shows can influence our habits. For years I thought Nessie was real because she was in an episode of scooby doo. But to be fair I was really, really stupid when I was young.>Implying I'm still not an idiot>>9817
Sounds groovy. I never watched any superhero stuff but that sounds very compelx. Thanks for the clips!
there was an episode of scooby-doo where everything was explained, except the part where a ghost made shaggy a sandwhich out of no where, and shaggy said something like "you know, i really would be scared if it wasn't for that sandwhich" lol
I had almost every episode of all the old Scooby Doos that my Dad recorded on VHS from that huge marathon they did on either Cartoon Network (or Boomerang?) where they showed every single episode in a row.
I wish I still had those tapes. They had all the ads on them, too. It would have been like a TV time capsule.
My favorite episode was when they hijacked that bus. The toll booth scene was the funniest thing ever to 10 year old me.>>8752
I loved how dark the show got, especially for a kid's show.
Gravity falls, absolutely great, no kids shows can top that kino
Adventure time was ok, but it wen to shid.
Teen titans was and is always shid
I like how things shifted from innocence and magic, to some shid about a machine that ford made that ripped a portal to dimentions and thats why all that weird shid happend. That, and there was something about ford seeing bill's true form and him eating people in a grotesque manner.
Yea it was pretty based, no other show at the time topped it, gravity falls was great. No kids show nowadays can compete with gravity falls.
Adventure time was ok, but then went pretty bad when finn did some wierd cuck shit and made flame princess and ice king fight eachother. Was really wierd.
The show should have ended with the litch getting killed, everything past that was absolutely retarded.
The ending of adventure time was also pretty bad, the end game villan was some literal who, finn got cucked and didn't do anything in the final episode. And somehow princess bubble-gum and Marceline got together, that wasn't meant to happen and just got changed for the woke points.
Ohhh I think you either mean "An Evening with the Scooby-Doo Gang" from 2005 or the "Those Meddling Kids" case files (Case 1 through 8) from 1998. Both are on YT if you want to confirm your suspicion. I'm not 100% sure but those are the only two I can think of that would fit your description. Or perhaps you just mean the explanation part of the actual episode, "Hassle in the Castle," from the original 1969 series? >>9842
That's awful. Maybe they aren't lost forever. I hope you find them, soon. If you do, consider uploading them somewhere - those are pieces of scooby doo history. Do you know what year they were from? If they were from 2007 it may have been the Scooby Bowl XX marathon which is somewhere on the internet - I know I saw the whole recorded thing once.>>9952
Gravity falls was TOP TIER. I adored it when I'd watch it with my younger brothers. It had interesting characters, an aesthetic setting, good and creative plots, and a proper tie in the end that linked everything quite well. There were some parts that were iffy but it certainly made up for it.
Ooh, that show was fire too. A very different from the books, more kid-frenly, but interesting nonetheless. Although, as far as I remember, the ending was meh, they just left it open and never resolved.
Speaking of which also reminded me of pic which I LOVED.
Never got a proper ending, never got popularity it deserved. Even DC itself doesn't seem to remember it exists.
Tron: Uprising was pretty damn good, although there's only 13 episodes. It got cancled due to a lack of people watching.
Kinda reminds me of batman beyond.
YT recommended me this. I had no interest in that show back in the day, but man, this theme kicks ass. And this is the first time I hear the full version.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1K7WYAC4H8g