A. Hamster (ahamster) wrote in animhate,
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Why not?

Cartoons/Comics:

Bloom County
Life In Hell
Overboard
Krazy Kat
Get Fuzzy
The Far Side
The Maxx
Achewood
Usagi Yojimbo
Mutts
Asterix

Animated Films/Shorts/TV Series:

Rejected
Beast Wars
Transformers: The Movie
Porco Rosso
How The Grinch Stole Christmas
M.A.S.K.
Fritz The Cat
The Adventures of Mark Twain
Futurama
Gargoyles

EDIT:
I also need to give a mention to Red Meat and Bill Plympton's Push Comes To Shove.
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You're aware Get Fuzzy is fucking terrible, right?
I like the bits where the cat wants to eat a monkey. I didn't care for it that much before that.
I think there needs to be a rule against stuff being here for either nostalgia or unintentional funny factor like Ninja Turtles, Transformers and G.I. Joe.
Maybe the rule should be that it doesn't count if you're no longer actively watching it.
You should at least be allowed to defend your choice. if your choice can be distilled down to DOOD IT KICKED ASS WHEN I WAS A KID REMEMBER THAT GUY WITH THE COOL VOICE? then no. but if you have a completely valid argument, then right the hell on.

-hx
It has been pretty awesome that they're releasing TV series on DVD, as my tapes of Beast Wars were getting a little threadbare. The closest I'll come to REMEMBER THAT is about finally getting a version of Transformers: The Movie with the "shit" intact, as that was pretty shocking to an 8-year old seeing it in the theater for the first time.

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It was unfortunate because it was never meant by the producer to ever be anything but a film. It originally premiered at the 2000 San Diego Comic-Con, and then got picked up by the Spike and Mike film festival. Of course it also then became like the #1 pirated internet clip of all time.

Visionaries--is that the one where the guys have those big chestplates with the animals on them? Oh man, those were bad/great. I also have a box of M.A.S.K. toys somewhere, unfortunately I think they're in San Diego in my parents' attic.
It's not only an internet thing. I actually saw some Don Hertzfeldt stuff before rejected made the rounds. Billy's Balloon is also a fantastic short.
I gotta go yes for one reason: MOTHERFUCKIN REJECTED!!!!!!! Best animated short EVER. I can't believe I forgot to put that on my list.