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>18 episodes
Is that really it or are we getting a finale special/movie?
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Why do Ren and Stimpy threads create special breed of autism?

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“You paying attention, Anon?”
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No.126503937 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Whatever happened to proper rednecks in mainstream cartoons?
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No.126502316 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
So what's next? Modern day Avatar with computers and shit?
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Interesting Things Said By Industry Pros

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Let's have a thread for stories and comments from industry insiders.

Here's Warren Ellis on the New 52 (from June 29th, 2011):
>To understand DC Comics’ move to day-and-date with digital editions of their print comics, you have to understand the intent behind their relaunch.

>One crucial thing hasn’t changed. For as long as I’ve known him, Dan Didio has believed the key to a resurgent DC is reclaiming all the readers the commercial medium lost in the 90s. On the DC Retailer Roadshow, he’s been hammering this home. Recent statements about how commercial comics have gotten boring and that there should be more visual punch in the mode of 90s comics movements like the early Image Comics work and (unspoken, but certainly associated) the Marvel style of that general period… have made their mark, but have also misled a bit. It’s all about accessing that hypothetical lost fan base. The impression the recent statements have left is Dan saying “comics used to sell loads back then, let’s do that again.” And that can’t happen in print.

>Comics used to sell loads back then, yes. But a big part of that — and this is the part he isn’t mentioning — is that there were ten thousand comics shops back then. And now there are, optimistically and rounding up, about two thousand. There simply aren’t the number of outlets left to sell the kind of volume comics could shift in the 90s.
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East meets west ship

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Alright, lets go full fat chick and talk about shipping, but this time we're gonna do it with a twist: its gotta be a ship between a manga charactet and a comic character.

So which capeshit and backwards mango characters do yoh want to see fuck?
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"Mother Simpson" isn't a good episode. It's such a dumb premise, Homers mom being on the run from the law after she sabotaged Mr Burns' biological warfare laboratory. This is a proto-zombie Simpsons plot and I don't buy it at all. And then we have that scene where Homer gets upset because she never sent him any mail. So they go to the post office where they have tons of mail from Mona that never got delivered. Sigh... they needed to fill in the holes in this dumb story, I guess.

The fact is that Homers mom was dead up until season 7. We all understood this and accepted it. That's why she wasn't shown or mentioned, she had simply passed away. Just like Marges dad. Nothing unusual about this, and certainly not something that they needed to make an entire fucking episode about.

Yes, the ending scene is emotional, but that's mostly because of the music.
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Who was in the wrong here?
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I can't believe it guys

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I sat down and watched it
And i.... thought it was pretty okay.
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