For Freedom !!!
Started by BentonGrey, August 21, 2011, 05:59:22 PM
QuoteGood news is that the whole 2003 show is up on CBS All Access. If anyone uses that.
QuoteIIRC GOG/CD Project Red had to write most of the Blade Runner code on their own.
QuoteAction cartoons are not really a thing anymore,it seems.
QuoteOne episode of not-Mad Max would be bearable,but a whole tv-movie/3 episodes? That's just a waste of everyone time.
QuoteOn the original cartoon,any episode with Casey was pretty damn hilarious. When he goes undercover at a company,while still wearing the mask ofc.
Quote from: HarryTrotter on February 05, 2021, 08:50:58 PMThats why I said that maybe if it does well on CBS AA ,Nick might do a crossover or something. But thats a looooong shot. Imagine if we get that second season of Fast Forward now... 🙂Well YJ and CW were revivals/continuations. Last TF cartoon I watched was RiD and that shared a lot of problems with Tmnt 2012 and USM. And had several of its own. But that was also more more focused on one-offs and trying to be funny. And I never really got how was it connected to Prime. Probably because I never got all that far.And I just noticed that scene with Casey might be a Naked Gun reference.
QuoteLast TF cartoon I watched was RiD and that shared a lot of problems with Tmnt 2012 and USM. And had several of its own. But that was also more more focused on one-offs and trying to be funny. And I never really got how was it connected to Prime. Probably because I never got all that far.
Quote from: HarryTrotter on February 05, 2021, 09:47:00 PMThe toster scene in 2003 version. Thou,I guess yelling "Attica" isnt really a reference.
QuoteDid they ever explain how Grimlock is a Decepticon here? Is it a different Grimlock? With this being the same universe as Cybertron games?I will do some research on War for Cybertron,so I might get around to that.
QuoteWhile I doubt that a revival of 2003 series will ever happen,barring a miracle of it becoming the #1 show on CBS AA (actually,their flagship shows are STD and Twilight Zone reboot,so it could happen),
Quoteit would be fun to see that threeway Shredder war( Shredders war? War of the Shredders?)
Quoteor what happened to Evil Turtles.
QuoteWell I think I used up all the jokes about CBS streaming platform.
Quote from: Silver Shocker on February 05, 2021, 12:18:41 PMPutting aside bitterness for how it treated the super serious FW show... [/i]
Quote from: BentonGrey on February 05, 2021, 02:54:30 AMIt was all stuff that was based on their portrayal, but it was definitely exaggerated for effect. I didn't care for the movie because of that, as it felt less like loving homage and more like mean-spirited mockery.
Quotebut TF treated it just as a punching bag, with no appreciation that I could see.
QuoteIt sounds like you didn't like the original cartoon, so I can't imagine you'd be a good judge of this particular question, if that's the case.
QuoteMy disliking TF has nothing to do with my opinion of the 2003 series.
QuoteI have nothing against that show and enjoyed many parts of it
Quote from: Silver Shocker on February 06, 2021, 03:19:04 AM\Another idea I like, is since I'm getting a bit tired of tv reboots every few years, and they're doing a Netflix Rise movie in addition to having recently done a Batman vs TMNT movie, would be do an animated movie every year or two instead. Might be a nice change of pace, keep things fresh, not hang on any one iteration for too long and you might be able to make everyone (or most everyone) happy by giving them a chance for their version of TMNT to shine.
QuoteSo basically, something like how DC does with their movies?
Quote from: HarryTrotter on February 06, 2021, 08:25:02 AMThe war between Tengu-Shredder,Cyber-Shredder and Shredder happened in a mobile game?
Quote from: Silver Shocker on February 06, 2021, 05:20:55 AMMaybe an anthology, like Gotham Knights[/u] or Animatrix or GL Emerald Knights?
Quote from: HarryTrotter on February 11, 2021, 05:12:22 PM QuoteHey,lets stop the whole plot and do a whole episode of "Big trouble in little China". Hey,lets spend half a season jerking ourselves over "Friday the 13th" and "Nightmare on Elm Street."
QuoteHey,lets stop the whole plot and do a whole episode of "Big trouble in little China". Hey,lets spend half a season jerking ourselves over "Friday the 13th" and "Nightmare on Elm Street."
QuoteThey kinda did Ready Player One better in 1 minute of footage (yeah, I had it on on tv the other night for a few minutes; wasn't really impressed).
QuoteMember berries the movie. Just watch the Gundam vs MechaGodzilla clip and you are good.
QuoteI wouldn't hope for a revival,but I think after 12 years and 2 shows, people would be ready to see it. Or at least some elements from it. Reminder that IDW teased Battle Nexus 7 years ago.
Quote from: HarryTrotter on February 17, 2021, 10:40:28 AMIIRC the annual ends with Timelords saying they should totally organize a tournament and call it Battle Nexus. It could have been just a continuity nod,or a setup for something along the line. They can basically get around to it whenever if they decide to do it.I think Nick/Viacom only got TMNT to get the original cartoon and try to recreate its success. "If we believe hard enough,it will be 1988 again" has been their approach since 2012.
QuoteAnd I don't even want to think about the upcoming movie reboot by Seth Rogen.
QuoteNow about the original cartoon...I think it was on Netflix once? I doubt its there anymore.
QuoteBtw,I hate this mess with streaming services. They are now in a position where cable channels were 15 years ago,so that worked out great in the end.
Quote2012 crossovers also hit a lot of same notes as Turtles forever. Down to new turtles making fun of the belt buckles with initials.
QuoteIf it was, it was either region-specific or it was before March 7, 2014, because I got Netflix for The Lost Missions season of The Clone Wars and it's never been on there. If it was, I would have watched it.
Quote from: HarryTrotter on February 17, 2021, 11:52:24 AMQuoteIf it was, it was either region-specific or it was before March 7, 2014, because I got Netflix for The Lost Missions season of The Clone Wars and it's never been on there. If it was, I would have watched it.I might be misremembering something,ofc. After a google search,I see the cartoon is on Amazon Prime.
QuoteMiB and Real Ghostbusters lend themselves nicely to episodic stories. You have a different case every episode with a different ghost/alien.
QuoteReal Ghostbusters was really good while JMS was on it(ice-cold take,I know). After that it just descends into 80's cartoon shenenigans.
QuoteThou I did like the episode where they parody the TMNT with a trio of reptilian pizza obsessed ghosts. Their leader was even voiced by Leonardo.
QuoteBack in the day,I kept confusing MiB the series and Roswell Conspiracy. Because idk,they dealt with aliens and I was like 7. Btw, Roswell Conspiracy is getting a reboot,so I might get around to rewatching it before that.