HAPPY EASTER and Shwoop I forgot!HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE! Guess what I forgot to do! ... make and Easter picture to submit.... >.More Like This
About D.H.S Why I started itMore Like This
I was going through DA looking for a Disney high school comic, found several but they weren't updating anymore, really rarely or weren't strictly comics, more fun pictures with neat ideas.
After some persuading from some of my watchers, (thanks guys) I decided to make my own. http://morloth88.deviantart.com/gallery/40412877
I set some rules for myself to make a story such as this more plausible.
No Magic or supernatural powers.
No Animal/ humanoid animal characters.
No magical characters
No super technology.
Exceptions: in references like on tees or if I drain the character of all it's said nonos and don't have to change the appearance and personality too much.
I basically try to reinterpret the Disney stories in a modern high school setting. A real fancy high school at that
Because it is
Fleischer Animated FilmHeeey animation guys n galsMore Like This
So in case you haven't heard of the 1941 animated film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vCe-DKKK-8 Mr Bug Goes To Town (Or Hoppity Goes to Town, for us Brit folks), the film has been made available on a lovely cleaned up print in Japan for a while now, and I wanted to give it a little plug.
You can buy it here: http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/detailview.html?KEY=VWDZ-8736 Not very cheap but for those of us who enjoy these classics it's nice to find something so wonderfully restored in comparison to what we've had to make do with.
This film has been cited as a big inspiration to Studio Ghibli, and I believe it is the original (and far superior) A Bug's Life. Not that I don't like A Bug's Life. I do. No, really.
Anyway this film is a beautiful little gem and deserves far more recognition. You can read up on it's infamous badly timed release date over on wiki too, which will account for a lot of it's failure.
In the meantime, though the Japanese restoration is a bit o