Location: Equestria, Decepticon Embassy
Joined Feb 24, 2012 at 02:56PM EST
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Looks like Dumbo lost his touch. Maybe ET can help.
Good source of iron
I’m not sure a picture of Shrek on a Shadow the Hedgehog image is a good idea…
They’re lucky the B went out and not the first S
To help me put my mind at rest, can somebody PLEASE tell me that people are replying to these comments of feminism gone wrong/unwarranted hatred of men/sheer sexism and trying – not necessarily succeeding but TRYING – to talk some sense into them? I’m becoming seriously worried now that more and more people are becoming unable to see that something is wrong here!
I’d probably have to catch the episode on TV again but I’m not sure this scene was included in the episode where I live. I suppose they could have censored it out but at the same time they keep scenes like this in their classic cartoons while I hear they’re censored in the US:
I guess someone felt they had to draw the line somewhere.
Granted, the fandom obsessing over things in the background isn’t exactly unprecedented.
I can get that it was for young children but it was a shame that it was the ONLY Mickey Mouse cartoon for a while.
I really need to stop visiting this gallery…
If they think that kind of behaviour is innocent then what must they think the cyberbullies act like?
Hey guys! Check it out! Muscle Man’s eating an S-load of hot dogs!
Arise, Opthomas Prime
No, no, this isn’t cringeworthy… right? It’s obviously fake to point out how stupid other people can be… right? I mean, no one thinks doing… you know, THAT in a classroom is a good idea… right?! No teacher would honestly react in that way to the aforementioned act so this has to be fake… right?!
Settle down, everyone! He’s not evil. He’s just a two-dimensional creature lost in our three-dimentional non-aquatic world, longing for a purpose.
It’s a cartoon, people, not a political movement!
I heard it was banned from my university, and I can’t say I have a problem with that
The child, son or daughter, will be the unfortunate one, as will the father if by some horrible accident there should ever be one, not to mention everyone who has to share the same species as this miserable mistake.
Please tell me those 56 thumbs up mean nothing compared to at least 1,187 comments telling her to think twice before coming into contact with any human being again. Please!
Okay, I’ve missed something. Can somebody tell me what all these “I need blood” images are about? It’s beginning to terrify me.
I call it a waste. Take Sonic X. I wouldn’t call the original Japanese version a masterpiece with Chris hogging up most of the screen-time among other things but at least that version took it’s audience seriously. 4Kids? I thought the voice actors did OK but they were clearly suffering from the material they were given. That dialogue. Oh, the dialogue!
Then there’s the censorship. I get why they would edit out blood and swearing but why would anybody edit words off a sign reading “The House of Amy Rose” or “Book Store” and just leave in shorts of blank signs? Why?! And you just CAN’T edit out deaths if they’re an important plot point! They even try to avoid Maria’s death to the best of their ability even though she explicitly died in Sonic Adventure 2. We had death in the 2003 Star Wars: Clone Wars miniseries and Regular Show kills off characters left, right and centre so why is death in a Sonic anime too much for English-speakers to take? And they also edited out ‘Live and Learn’ from the final battle of the Adventure 2 arc. Blasphemy!
It’s not the worst show I’ve seen and I did like Knuckles, Rouge and Shadow as characters but I couldn’t enjoy it as a whole because I didn’t feel at any point that I was being treated seriously. 4Kids just assumed that I was 5 and… well, took away the English-speaking world’s only chance of getting a decent dub of the show. And if Sonic X was one of their lesser-edited shows, then no thanks – I’ll pass their others.
I enjoyed the first one and I’ll even admit to enjoying the second one when I saw it in cinemas too. Unfortunately my brother and I made the mistake of watching Transformers: Prime and becoming proper Transformers fans before going to see the third one – we went in with high hopes that the movie couldn’t even have hoped to achieve.