Anyways, yeah. New season. Read the Romans, and the Greeks. That's all I got.
I love this classic Greek and Roman scene for the School of Friendship. I immediately thought of Twilight as Socrates, which brought to mind this silly conversation...
Both giggle at each other.
: Gallus not know Steve Martin? Or old "Death of Socrates" comedy video? Even yaks know who Steve Martin is! Steve Martin's comedy, perfect! Where Gallus been?
Still awkward to see them even wearing a toga. BEautiful work
Having said that, the intellectual work is great. And I feel as though I need to do work now re-imagining the places from the show with alternative design concepts, and not the standard columns to Roman and Spartan glory mind set.
Having pointed that out though, I think it's worth mentioning one of the primary aspects of the show - that being the thing stressed by each episodes plot together - is the content of the ideas in each episode and focusing too much on lore shit kind of distracts from it. Sure it's fun to pitch an idea somewhere other than the same old stage, but treating the quality of the stage itself over the whole act itself misses the entire point of the story telling.
That reminds me the result of modern elements in a cartoon. Look at the Flintstones. Cultural elements of 60s in a pseudo-cave time. The result? A weird conspiracy theory saying that they live in some kind of post nuclear war world hence the "modern" elements in the series. youtu.be/NGqlWaKfgoc
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