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Postby ThunderTitan » Jun 11 2006, 0:25

I used to watch Sailor Moon when i was little. But I only really like just the first series, even then. Recently just rewatched the first series, and OMFG was that thing full of inuendo.

Also used to watch DBZ, Il Secreto de la Insola Mysteriosa and some other stuff Italia Uno and Canale Cinque used to show (Something with Cpt. Nemo, Nadia and Blue Water). Oh, Candy Candy and Sandybelle too. There was also L'Aventurieres de l'Espace. Sorry for butchering the Italian and French laguages btw.
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Jun 11 2006, 7:41

a55a55in wrote:I guess I'm the only one here who watches Anime... :D


I watched just a few of them.Movies mostly.And voltron.

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Postby Infiltrator » Jun 11 2006, 9:54

I really don't like anime and that's being kind with words when I say "don't like" ;)

I used to watch Cartoon Network until they removed it from normal satellite and put it on cable only.. The cartoons I enjoyed most of all time were Disney long ones because of all the detail and time it was poured into them when they were created. ThunderCats, Aquasharks and Transformers were awsome as well.

At the moment I just watch Simpsons and I pretty much don't miss any episode :)

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Postby Pallas Athene » Jun 11 2006, 14:30

a55a55in wrote:I guess I'm the only one here who watches Anime... :D


Nope I like to watch them too... but better than that are movies like "Finding Nemo"
sad to say that it is actually my favourite movie of all times

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Postby Caradoc » Jun 11 2006, 20:02

How about the Tick? Duckman? Ren and Stimpy? Animaniacs? TV Funhouse?
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Postby ThunderTitan » Jun 11 2006, 20:17

Caradoc wrote:How about the Tick? Duckman? Ren and Stimpy? Animaniacs? TV Funhouse?


Love the Tick (both cartoon and show). Duckman I only saw like 1 ep. Never really cared for Ren and Stimpy, but they did have some episodes I enjoyed. Animaniacs & Co. were briliant. Never heard of TV Funhouse.

So, does anyone here actualy heard of Candy Candy and Sandybelle?
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Postby theLuckyDragon » Jun 11 2006, 20:30

Sandybell kinda rings a bell, but very vaguely...

Animaniacs are among my favourites. "Call me Dottie and you DIE!" :loll:
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Jun 11 2006, 20:35

Animaniacs are brilliant,and I watched just a few episodes of ren and stimpy.But I mostly didnt like them because of the stupid serbian synchronisation.

And what about the blond hunk,Johny Bravo? :D

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Postby ThunderTitan » Jun 11 2006, 20:48

DaemianLucifer wrote:And what about the blond hunk,Johny Bravo? :D


A few good episodes in the beggining, when to mediocre hell after that.

Oh, Thundarr the Barbarian, Jonny Quest, Pirates of Dark Water, the original Scooby Doo and other stuff CN used to show during the mid '90's ruled too.

Oh, and there was also a cartoon with Heidi, japonese too, i think.

I watched Voltron and Saber Ryder too.

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Postby DaemianLucifer » Jun 11 2006, 21:06

ThunderTitan wrote: Oh, Thundarr the Barbarian, Jonny Quest, Pirates of Dark Water, the original Scooby Doo and other stuff CN used to show during the mid '90's ruled too.


Ah,johny quest and the cyber space.One of the few realistic cartoons(up to a point).And the pirates were excelent.

ThunderTitan wrote: I watched Voltron and Saber Ryder too.


And of course,the transformers.

Also worth mentioning is G.I.Joe.

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Postby Xenofex.XVII » Jun 11 2006, 21:13

The simpsons is the best of them all. Futurama is very close. :D
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Postby ThunderTitan » Jun 11 2006, 21:50

DaemianLucifer wrote:Ah,johny quest and the cyber space.One of the few realistic cartoons(up to a point).And the pirates were excelent.


That was the New Adventures of JQ. Those rocked too.


DaemianLucifer wrote:And of course,the transformers.
Also worth mentioning is G.I.Joe.


Never saw those actualy.

There was also a Zorro anime. And alot of others I don't recal right now.

Here's a link in spanish: http://www.monitosanimados.tv/
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Postby Caradoc » Jun 13 2006, 21:45

Xenofex.XVII wrote:The simpsons is the best of them all. Futurama is very close. :D


Simpsons was wickedly good when it first came on. Anyone remember the Tracy Ullman show?

When the spotlight shifted from Bart to Homer it began to lose its edge. What sustained it, I think, were the supporting characters.


Futurama had many good moments, but the central character Fry was a dud. Again, good supporting characters (and Zap Branagan!) saved it.
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Jun 14 2006, 6:26

Caradoc wrote:Simpsons was wickedly good when it first came on. Anyone remember the Tracy Ullman show?

When the spotlight shifted from Bart to Homer it began to lose its edge. What sustained it, I think, were the supporting characters.


Futurama had many good moments, but the central character Fry was a dud. Again, good supporting characters (and Zap Branagan!) saved it.


What keeps both shows alive is their weird humor and cross-overs:

Milhouse:"Hey its Matt Groening!The creator of futurama!Mr.Groening,will you sign my Bender action figurine?"
Matt Groening:"Sure thing!Always happy to meet a fan!Have a lock of my hair!Trespass on my property!"

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Postby Thelonious » Jun 16 2006, 15:48

Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:Dexter's Lab! It's the best ever :-D Deedee is soooo annoying and Dexter lacks humor. It's just grand ;)


Mmm, interesting...

Well guess what's on my list:
Dexter, Pinky and the Brain, Avatar and Southpark. Mmm any I forgot?
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Jun 16 2006, 15:50

If there ever comes out a cartoon featuring trogldytes I know who the fan will be :devil:

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Postby Thelonious » Jun 16 2006, 15:51

:D ;)

Wait, am I, no it can't, but I am, spamming... :x
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Postby DaemianLucifer » Jun 20 2006, 21:06

I just remembered one of the classics:The ninja turtles.Although its just the few of the first episodes that were excelent.I dont know,but they somehow seem darker then the new ones.Somehow more serious.

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Postby ThunderTitan » Jun 20 2006, 21:52

DaemianLucifer wrote:Somehow more serious.


They had less muscle-bulging and anime inspired fight scenes.
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Postby cornellian » Jun 21 2006, 0:56

Two words: South Park
or other two words like Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick :D...

Few shows are this smart, this sarcastic.. Who can come up with an episode name like "Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers" :D


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