List of popular anime pet peeves"Why don't you watch anime anymore?" they ask me.
Answer is simple, it seems I have lost interest for such thing because it was a complete waste of time. Or, it could be the excessive pet peeves I found.
Have anymore suggestions? Help complete this list!
*The stupid one is the strongest
*A bishounen guy that every girl wants
*The whiny, annoying, and overall, mean or otherwise stupid, heroine of a typical shoujo manga.
*fanservice, which I find completely unnecessary
*the moe character that's just SO UBER CUTE .-.
*The woman with the ridiculous breast size
*The shy, damsel in distress that everybody wants to shoot with an AK rifle
*The serious guy who you can hit with a giant plank and wouldn't care
*~LordOfstamps: I hate those bishies that look EXACTLY like girls. Seriously,what's wrong with men that look like men?
*ZOMBIExBite: Recycled plot themes.
Re-used over. And over. And over again.
IT'S JUST SO ECO-FRIENDLY GUYS.
*~Warriorsrpgmembah: The hig
Writing Tips: Adult Cartoons (Part I)How I'd make a cartoon specifically for adults without shoehorning in shock value and grossout (or how to not make Mr. Pickles). This is going to be a very broad topic and I'll be speaking generally because there's just as many ways to make a cartoon for adults as there are to kids. There is no right one absolute answer, and everything does have the ability to fail if one unpredictable thing goes wrong. My opinions on adult cartoons are well-known at this point. The majority of them are 22 minutes of shock humor with some "social commentary" deliberately designed to be "edgy." So, if I were to make an adult cartoon, which would I do? Well the first hurtle is asking the question where do we begin?More Like This
As strange as it may seem with the recent glut of copy-paste adult cartoons on the market there are many, many different ways we can tackle an adult cartoon. It's kind of like asking how you'd make a video game. Okay... which kind of video game are we talking here? Puzzle game or first-person-
The Story of a WeabooWeaboo (noun)- Someone of a non-japanese ethnicity who has convinced themselves that they are japanese.More Like This
You're typical Weaboo is somewhere between ages 12-17, but can survive as a Weaboo to be as old as their mid 40's. A Weaboo is born in the body of a loser, outcaste, or someone who is just an easily manipulated tool. They are most known for their incredible ability to repel facts and reason, particularly ones that attribute to them being of an origin other than japanese. The main food sources of a typical Weaboo is Ramen noodles and Sushi, or whatever their mom cooks them for dinner. Call of a Weaboo is "ZOMG KAWAIII DESU". This call will only succeed in pointing out the characteristic of being a Weaboo. The habitat of the Weaboo is mainly local, closed in areas, such as Rooms, Closets, and Basements. The Weaboo itself will rarely leave these areas, as it would take time away from the Weaboos schedule of watching Naruto, drawing anime versions of themselves, and going online to post
:Nana's Findings: Why I HATE Winx Club Now...More Like This
"You know this series, right? If not, it's a magical girl cartoon called 'Winx Club'. It's about a group of girls who are fairies and need to protect the world to prevent crazy shiz from happening. It's a series filled with sparkles and stuff. Well...I USED to be a fan of this series, but I stopped halfway around Season 5. Below are the reasons why I hate this series now."
"If you agree with me, good, but if you don't, then don't even bother to read this. Everyone has an opinion, and so do I."
WHY I HATE THE SERIES NOW
I.) Bloom - MARY SUE
Man, do I HATE using this term, but it's required in this case, so welp. I think Bloom is a Mary Sue because:
The series portrays her as the most powerful fairy ever.Everyone loves her and crap.The series creator's favorite fairy is her.It's like the show revolves ONLY around her.From what I'v
Honest Trailers - RWBY Volume 1The following is rated “H” for honest.More Like This
Narrator: From the guys who revolutionized the Machinima genre and the guy who set a new standard for fight scenes, comes a series that inspired more same-sex shippings since Kingdom Hearts.
In a world where everyone has powers and fighting abilities, only a select few will actually try to hone their skills at Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters. I could explain more, but if you’ve watched other anime before, then you’ve definitely seen this.
Meet Ruby Rose, a 15-year old maybe prodigy who everyone treats like a young child.
Weiss: Aren’t you a little young to be attending Beacon?
Narrator: Probably because she looks like a young child. And acts even younger than that.
Ruby: (in a faux imitation of Weiss' voice) Oh, just keep moving! Hurry up! Waaaah! Watch where you're going!
Narrator: But she’s not alone! Sh
You're Not Dead Yet.You have been called "ugly."More Like This
You have been called "weak."
You have been called a "failure."
You have been called all of these things.
But at least you're not dead yet.
You've still got your life ahead of you.
You've still got all these years to cherish.
You've still got a lot to live for.
You might be on life support...
...but you're not dead yet.
All these years you spent in isolation.
All these years you hide away somewhere dark.
All this time you think about the odds.
But even while that appears to be the case,
You're not dead yet.
You have cancer in your whole body.
You have mesothelioma and bronchitis.
You have six days left to live.
You're running out of time.
But you're not dead yet.
Look at what all you've done with your life.
Take a look in the mirror.
Tell the whole world what you see.
Believe in the fact that there's an afterlife,
Because you're not dead yet.
Mary SueHello! My name is Mary Sue.More Like This
I am beautiful and strong.
I am athletic and intelligent and good at everything!
No one can resist my good looks and I have tons of friends.
People feel bad for me thanks to my past, my half demon blood, my incredible super powers and immortality.
I am the master of all the elements, a shapeshifter, I exist in every fandom and every universe.
I am the champion of all of the Pokemon regions as well as the trainer of all the Legendaries. Shiny Legendaries.
Many people hate me.
Who could blame them?
After all what is a character without limitations and flaws?
A character that is no fun to be around that's for sure. Not even a character at all.
Let me tell you who I really am though.
I am an idea. The hope of a child.
A girl of 13, who now faces the age in which the world begins to become clear, but her place in it is not.
Her understanding is limited.
But what she does know scares her. So badly.
She is of little confidence, and overwhelming emotions.
She has dr
AnimationAnimation is not just for kids. Regardless of how moronic americans are about the subject, animation should not by any means be restricted to either child friendly productions nor to ridiculously childish "adult" comedy. Anime has long broken off this ridiculous ghetto, but the west is still deep down in this pathetic stereotype.More Like This
First of all, serious animated movies and series have been made. In most cases, they are child friendly, but stuff like Watership Down, The Secret of NIMH, Plague Dogs, even a few Pixar movies can be serious and enjoyable for older audiences (and in WD's and PD's case, they are even child friendly). Moral Orel is a perfect example of a good, adult series, while some series aimed at children like Avatar: The Last Aibender and Gargoyles can be entertaining to adults and have much darker themes than most animation you see on Saturday mornings.
Second, its a medium. Every medium can be either childish or serious, and as me
For a Girl in the Messinese languageFor a GirlMore Like This
Prou ena Nina
Prou en' nina tanto hormosa
ániman emóu vou na dá
en cutiyou cun dio yamnou
emóu carziá intraba.
Men me mirá; sto yorans,
e cantandon ce cuaisou,
tou gauzia 'mou e tanto gran
non tá possou supportá.
Men tá gauzia 'sou tenei tou, hica
prou ei auba cuomo chia,
mage abè en' osscurio hica
cuai cremaroun a carziá 'mou.
For a Girl
For the girl so beautiful
I would give my soul
a double-edged knife
piercing my heart.
Don't look at me; I am crying,
it is singing that I want,
my joy is but so great
I cannot bear it.
Don't withhold your joy, young girl,
for you are white like snow
but there's a darker girl,
who set fire to my heart.
RANT: Decay in CartoonsRANT: The current decay and rise in american animation.More Like This
I finally write written report since my return from BronyCon and it has nothing to do with the reporting organized details of the trip, nor responding to the dozens of messages I should be responding to. Way to go hima.
Didn't bother to re-read either.
Just wanted something to vent.
Chatting over with some friends on Skype, accidentally that irking and "hard to fathom the reason why" topic of the status of american animation today surfaced. I mean, let's go back to the 90's and the beggining of the last decade for a moment. What was on television then? How did Nickelodeon and Disney Channel operate? How did Cartoon Network start?
Nickelodeon had been around for a little while by the time Cartoon Network came to be if I recall correctly. And by 1993 it started producing original animated content. Animated content with creative settings and clever humor. Either characters we could relate to, or character
GIVEAWAYI haven't had one of these babies in a while.More Like This
G I V E A W A Y! :iconexcitedconductorplz:
As always, teh entry process is simple;
1.) Add this journal to your faves
And on 12/12/12, I'll draw one random person to win!
You can choose from either;
- A 150x250 pixel of a character (possible animation)
im sure everyone will want the points since my art is poop
So that's it! This will last until 12/12/12.
I will be posting the winner in a new journal, so watching might be a smart idea ;3