|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-12-01 |
I'm assuming Eternian baby jesus is SWOOLE!
|The Mothership - 2018-12-01 |
cognitivedissonance - 2014-12-13
It's a dupe in my own fragile, television addled childhood, permanently sugar encrusted brain.
Dude was I shaming you? No I was not. Please do not think that I was. I love you, CD.
|Cena_mark - 2018-12-01 |
They better have Christmas in this new She Ra cartoon, which is pretty damned good.
Netflix is quietly becoming one of the best platforms for animation and the new She Ra is a big reason why.
My daughters (6 and 4) lose their shit over the new She Ra. It isn't half bad.
|Chicken the Did - 2018-12-01 |
Well, the Queen of Eternia -is- from earth. She might have gotten them started on it right down to Black Friday in store riots. Which are a lot funnier when Skeletor is like "HA-HA, YOU MUSCLE BOUND MISFIT! THIS VIZIO TV IS MINE!" as he runs off.
I like to think a lot of the rock formations you see in the background are actually made out of Eternian Nerf.
|Xenocide - 2018-12-01 |
This only seems weird until you remember that the Flintstones celebrate Christmas, too. They don't even use rock puns for the names. It's a terrifying thing to comprehend.
Well not if you account for the fact that the Flintstones is actually a post apocalyptic future and the dinosaurs are cloned creations meant to be slaves, but humans somehow just lost a lot of their technology, aside from their super intelligent, docile cloned dinos that always do their bidding no matter what. Genetic engineering. Hello.
The Flintstones inhabit a caste system where the people on Earth mine the materials necessary for the technological superiority of Spacely and Cogswell's sky utopia. Elroy Jetson's "time machine" was actually just a safe elevator to the surface of the planet, and the Flintstones and the Jetsons exist concurrently.
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