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Every Stan Lee Cameo Ever (RIP)
Well, with Stan Lee now gone (RIP, man), I guess the best way to honor his legacy is by sharing a video with his many cameo appearances in Marvel movies and shows (and any other film he may have appeared in). Even if his cameos were brief in most areas, he was always fun to watch and listen to, given how long he's lived on this planet and been through so many things, sharing his imagination and creativity to make our world more awesome.
A brief cameo in The Simpsons.
Yes... he even had one in the Teen Titans Go! movie, pointing out how much he loves to make "subtle" cameos.
Out of all his cameos, my most favorite might just be the one from Spider-Man 3. Not only was it one of his longest cameos at the time, but the line he said was so inspiring and powerful, with just a few simple yet powerful chosen words. Made even more inspiring and powerful when he's talking to his greatest comic book creation: Spider-Man.
Well, at the very least, we have the next two M
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Telelogophobia/Logophobia
I don't know if I've mentioned this before, but for the sake of just hearing discussions and opinions... how many of you have some form of "Logophobia"?
You know, where you have a sort of fear of certain movie/TV logos for inexplicable reasons?
Ever had this one logo that you dreaded seeing on the screen? Whether it be for the sound or imagery or uncanny animation, etc.?
For many of us it's the Klasky Csupo logo (with the cut-out eyes and mouths with robotic voice), which is the logo for the people behind Rugrats.
But it's not just that. There are several logos that we grew up seeing that, for some reason, scare us despite nothing relatively threatening happening at all.
Most of these logos we're talking about here came from the late 70's, 80's and early 90's. Back when they tried to appear cool, but instead, had different results due to how early and poorly they were starting out.
Most reasons for these feelings could be the imagery onscreen (again, the
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''Scary'' Logos - Fear Triggered by Logos
So I made this journal months (now years) ago:

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And being the month of Halloween, I decided to maybe share a video featuring a bunch of "scary" logos. And what I mean by "scary" logos is that, well, if you've read the journal above at all, it seems like people have a particular fear of some certain logos they grew up watching. How? Well, every individual person cringes or flinches at these logos for different personal reasons. Either they're not well-animated that they come across as uncanny (f.h.e.), or the sound mixing is rather extreme or tries to hard to be surprising or emotional or cool that it comes off as cringy or frightening (the Psycho Paramount logo is a good example, as well as THX). Even some seemingly harmless logos that have little context or stuff happening can startle some people. Sometimes, a still image with no sound at all can even be sort of unsettling.
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SpongeBob Squarepants
creator Stephen Hillenburg died on November 26, 2018 in Southern California at the age of 57 due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease).

Born August 21, 1961 in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Hillenburg was raised in Anaheim, California. He was inspired by the films of French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. In 1984, he graduated from Humboldt State University with a Bachelor's in Natural Resource Planning and Interpretation, with an emphasis on marine resources. He became a teacher at the Orange County Marine Institute, now known as the Ocean Institute in Dana Point, California. He would create illustrated stories as teaching tools, which would ultimately be the foundation of SpongeBob.

Hillenburg entered in the animation business in 1987 an enrolled in CalArts two years later, studying under Jules Engle, and graduating in 1992 with a Master of Fine Arts in experimental animation. Hillenburg created a duo of 1992 CalArts shorts, The Green Beret and Wormholes (his thesis short), with the latter winning the Best Animated Concept award at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.

Aside from his most famous work, Hillenburg also worked on one of my personal favorite Nicktoons Rocko's Modern Life as a writer, producer, and director. Notable cartoons he directed included “I See London, I See France”, “A Sucker for the Suck-O-Matic”, and “Fish-N-Chumps” (“Hey, Heff. Ask me what time it is.”). Additionally, he was in the story department for Rugrats from 1997-8, notably “Mother's Day”, “Grandpa's Bad Bug”, and “The Family Tree, Part 1”.

Hillenburg wanted SpongeBob to end after the production of The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie (2004) so the show wouldn't jump the shark. But Nickelodeon had a major cash cow on their hands and didn't want their profits to come to a stop, so he resigned as showrunner and left the show in the hands of trusted staff member Paul Tibbit. Unfortunately, this led to the quality of the show to slip considerably, with notable offenders being “One Coarse Meal” and “A Pal for Gary,” among others. Hillenburg eventually returned in the show in 2014, following production of the second film, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015).

He was diagnosed with ALS (best associated, at least in 2014, with the Ice Bucket Challenge) in March 2017 and promised to continue working on SpongeBob as long as his health would permit it. SpongeBob is currently in its eleventh season, with a third movie, It's A Wonderful Sponge, due in 2020.

I used to watch SpongeBob in the late '90s/early '00s. I even recorded some episodes on tape. Some of my favorite cartoons include “SB-129” and “Krusty Krab Training Video.” Then, in the mid-2000s, for whatever reason, I grew out of it. This, however, ended up being fortunate for me, because I avoided the notorious seasons of poor quality. It wasn't until the 2010s I started to respect it (I haven't watched the newer episodes) when I saw YouTube Poops of the show and reviews about the more infamous modern episodes, mainly from :iconblumoontoons:.

It's sad that while he made a major cultural impact, Hillenburg died only at 57, pretty young compared to other recently deceased icons like Stan Lee and William Goldman. The fact that he even had ALS only returned to me with the news of his death. With more knowledge of his life, I find him a more interesting person now with mainly how he left an important mark on Nickelodeon, one of my favorite childhood television networks.

Hillenburg might be physically dead, but his vast legacy will live on, in his work on Rocko, in his mega hit SpongeBob SquarePants, and of course, the many, many, many memes produced from SpongeBob.

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SpongeBob Squarepants
creator Stephen Hillenburg died on November 26, 2018 in Southern California at the age of 57 due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease).

Born August 21, 1961 in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Hillenburg was raised in Anaheim, California. He was inspired by the films of French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. In 1984, he graduated from Humboldt State University with a Bachelor's in Natural Resource Planning and Interpretation, with an emphasis on marine resources. He became a teacher at the Orange County Marine Institute, now known as the Ocean Institute in Dana Point, California. He would create illustrated stories as teaching tools, which would ultimately be the foundation of SpongeBob.

Hillenburg entered in the animation business in 1987 an enrolled in CalArts two years later, studying under Jules Engle, and graduating in 1992 with a Master of Fine Arts in experimental animation. Hillenburg created a duo of 1992 CalArts shorts, The Green Beret and Wormholes (his thesis short), with the latter winning the Best Animated Concept award at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.

Aside from his most famous work, Hillenburg also worked on one of my personal favorite Nicktoons Rocko's Modern Life as a writer, producer, and director. Notable cartoons he directed included “I See London, I See France”, “A Sucker for the Suck-O-Matic”, and “Fish-N-Chumps” (“Hey, Heff. Ask me what time it is.”). Additionally, he was in the story department for Rugrats from 1997-8, notably “Mother's Day”, “Grandpa's Bad Bug”, and “The Family Tree, Part 1”.

Hillenburg wanted SpongeBob to end after the production of The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie (2004) so the show wouldn't jump the shark. But Nickelodeon had a major cash cow on their hands and didn't want their profits to come to a stop, so he resigned as showrunner and left the show in the hands of trusted staff member Paul Tibbit. Unfortunately, this led to the quality of the show to slip considerably, with notable offenders being “One Coarse Meal” and “A Pal for Gary,” among others. Hillenburg eventually returned in the show in 2014, following production of the second film, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015).

He was diagnosed with ALS (best associated, at least in 2014, with the Ice Bucket Challenge) in March 2017 and promised to continue working on SpongeBob as long as his health would permit it. SpongeBob is currently in its eleventh season, with a third movie, It's A Wonderful Sponge, due in 2020.

I used to watch SpongeBob in the late '90s/early '00s. I even recorded some episodes on tape. Some of my favorite cartoons include “SB-129” and “Krusty Krab Training Video.” Then, in the mid-2000s, for whatever reason, I grew out of it. This, however, ended up being fortunate for me, because I avoided the notorious seasons of poor quality. It wasn't until the 2010s I started to respect it (I haven't watched the newer episodes) when I saw YouTube Poops of the show and reviews about the more infamous modern episodes, mainly from :iconblumoontoons:.

It's sad that while he made a major cultural impact, Hillenburg died only at 57, pretty young compared to other recently deceased icons like Stan Lee and William Goldman. The fact that he even had ALS only returned to me with the news of his death. With more knowledge of his life, I find him a more interesting person now with mainly how he left an important mark on Nickelodeon, one of my favorite childhood television networks.

Hillenburg might be physically dead, but his vast legacy will live on, in his work on Rocko, in his mega hit SpongeBob SquarePants, and of course, the many, many, many memes produced from SpongeBob.

To all of my watchers, you might remember ten days ago (of this writing) that I submitted an illustration of a character that resembles Thomas the Tank Engine. This drawing is of the lead my newest series of writings for DoorJam Creations, Derek the Stream Engine. The series, Derek the Steam Engine, is an adult, NSFW, surreal parody of Thomas. The idea for Derek came circa 2007 (or the late 2000s) after hearing about the Broadway musical Avenue Q, an adult parody of Sesame Street. I wanted to do an adult-oriented parody of Thomas ever since, but I could never figure out how to make it funny beyond the Thomas-looking characters say crude things and swear a lot. Later in life, I discovered Thomas YTPs, mainly those by KeeperOfBeans and those showed more surreal, weird humor and could contribute more the my Thomas parody.

And now, here it is, for you to preview, with the first story entitled "Derek Has Sex". Read it and post your critiques in the comments. Enjoy.

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Derek is a steam engine who lives and works at a big station at Somewhere. He's a nervy little wise-ass of an engine with four small wheels; a small, stumpy body; a small, stumpy dome; a small, stumpy dome; and a funnel so lengthy it could pierce the rectum of the sky if it could.

Derek mainly pulls generic coaches to and fro for passengers to get across Somewhere, traveling all over the land. Whenever he would puff across the line, he always looked forward to something special.

The park near the river. Everyday he would see people having orgies with hookers. Derek often wanted to stay and watch, but his driver would say, “No! Engines can't fuck! And the railroad's president, Wilbert Vere Thomson, wouldn't approve of us being late!” “I know who the president of the railroad is,” Derek would reply. “I've been working at his railroad here on Somewhere all my life. There's no need to tell me all the time.”

Whenever he was with the other engines, Derek would tell them, “I want to fuck a whore!” But they too had the same answer, “Engines can't fuck!” “Simple-assed stick-in-the-muds,” thought Derek.

Every night, Derek would sleep dreaming about being in a brothel, with tons of hot chicks fondling his coupling rods. “Oh, how I wish I could be with a whore,” he would mumble in his sleep, much to the other engines' chagrin.

One day, Derek was collecting empty coaches that the big engines were pulling. He was waiting at the station as his driver and fireman were on their phones engaged in spamming cringey right-wing Twitter accounts with memes of Shrek putting such posts into his Boomer compilation. Suddenly, Derek noticed something.

A large, portly woman was walking towards him. She had pitch-black hair and wearing scant red silk sheets and black lingerie. In spite of (or rather because of) her obesity, she was incredibly gorgeous and seductive. “Hey there, hot stuff,” she said to Derek.

Derek had become surprised and aroused as the woman came over to him. “I've been looking for a little fun,” she said, fondling Derek's front coupling rod. “Would you like to help me out?” Derek's brain stopped dead for a moment; he couldn't believe that this was happening. Then, he decided to take his chance. “Yes I would, ma'am!” he whistled happily.

She pulled her underwear down and stuffed Derek's whole coupling rod into her vagina. She gyrated side to side yelling and moaning loudly. “Oh baby,” she moaned, “yeah, baby...” Derek felt some pleasant tingling in his coupling rod.

The woman hurriedly removed her silk sheets and bra as she bounced back and forth, her ass cheeks smacking Derek's coupling rod and each other as she moved. The tingling kept on crawling through Derek's coupling rod.

After a while, the woman took out the coupling rod to turn around to face Derek while continue pleasuring each other. She humped back and forth, moaning and yelling. “Oh...fuck!” she cried. Derek, while exerting himself, stared lovingly at the woman's beautiful face, her luscious red lipstick; her long, flowing, black hair; her massive, jiggly knockers.

Derek started to groan and gasp and gasp and groan now as the woman was shrieking with pleasure. The tingling feeling had entirely overtaken Derek's coupling rod; it felt like it could explode at any moment. The sex went on and on and on. Then, Derek could barely control the tingling in his coupling rod. He could tell the woman was developing similar feelings.

“Oh...” she moaned. “I can't take it anymore, baby! I'm gonna cum! Aaaahhhhh!!” Both Derek and the woman were grunting, groaning, and gasping for breath. Reaching climax, she leaned towards and caressed Derek's face until, at long last, they came. The woman let out a prolonged, massive shriek as Derek gave out an equally lengthy “PEEP! PEEP!” She fell onto Derek's front and touched his face.

“That was absolutely wonderful, baby,” she cooed. “Hope I see you later.” And she kissed on the cheek. “I hope to see you again, later.,” replied Derek. She picked up her clothes and walked seductively away from him.

“All right, Derek. Time to go,” said his driver. And so, Derek puffed away. Suddenly, Derek began to feel pain in his boiler. Steam had started to hiss from his valve at an alarming rate. “There's too much steam!” cried his driver and fireman. “Holy shit!” Derek cried in horror. “I'm going to die! I'm going to die! Now Wilbert Vere Thomson won't think I'm useful!”

His driver and fireman damped down Derek's fire and struggled on. “I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain,” Derek hissed. “I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain...”

“...I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain,” Derek continued. They pulled into a junction just outside the last station. “...I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain,” whined Derek, as they pulled into a nearby siding out of the way. “...I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain,” groaned Derek.

“I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain, I've got such a pain...” “SHUT UP!” cried his driver.

The station master called for a doctor. The doctor eventually arrived with the manager, Wilbert Vere Thomson. “Don't worry, Derek,” they said, “we'll help you out.” The doctor climbed up to Derek's boiler and took a sample of water. He took the sample and did some conveniently quick testing and research.

“Please, sir, take a look at my results and compare them to the information in the book.” “Certainly,” replied Wilbert Vere Thomson. He looked at the results and nearly collapsed in surprise. “Doctor,” he murmured, “can you see...chlamydia cells?”

“Jesus fucking Christ! How the hell did that happen?” asked the driver. Derek explained to the people there about his encounter with the woman. “That doesn't make any sense,” said the doctor. “How could you develop orgasmic feelings and chlamydia if you don't have genitals?”

Derek had to think about this for a moment; even he was unsure about how this had happened to him. “I don't have a clue,” he replied. “Well, I hope you've learned a valuable lesson, Derek,” said Wilbert Vere Thomson. “Yes, I have, sir,” replied Derek, “Engines can't fuck. It's too uncomfortable and confusing.”

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And that was the first story for Derek the Steam Engine. Leave a comment saying what you think.

Derek the Steam Engine

Here is the debut drawing of Derek the Steam Engine, soon to be the newest addition to DoorJam Creations. An adult, surrealist parody of Thomas the Tank Engine, Derek and his acquaintances work hard at the land of Somewhere, all while learning some life lessons, overcoming absurd obstacles, and inadvertently increasing the death toll on the Somewhere Railroad.

For all you railfans out there, Derek is based upon a PRR A2a 0-4-0, old class Q. 
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TheFelineAlchemist Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Many thanks for the watch :3
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fan2000 Featured By Owner Edited Jul 28, 2018   Writer
Just wanted to leave a comment saying that I found an age progression manipulation (Kristen Stewart) you did and checked out your gallery.  You have some good stuff and I've pass the word on to some of my friends, hope you'll consider doing more in the future.
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Foolish-Water Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2018
I might do more age progression in the future. Thank you for the compliment, and thank you for the many faves!
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fan2000 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2018   Writer
You're welcome.
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tsilver Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2018
thank you for the fave.
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WereKatt Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2017
Thanks for watching me :)
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WereKatt Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2017
Thanks for the fave on Change of Plans :)
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lstjules Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you very much for the :+devwatch: it's really appreciated :D
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Thanks for the favorite.
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JIMENOPOLIX Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for watching! :peace:
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