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May 21, 2009
Bus Stop by ~Kuroi-Tsuki. A sleek and smooth interpretation of our favorite South Park boys!
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Bus Stop

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EDIT: Whoa! It appears I've gotten a DD, er... Thanks! I'm glad SP gets some recognition around here, it really is a great show. :]


Cartman: ...and that's why Jews deserved to die in WWII.
Kyle: What?! No! The Jews didn't...!
Stan: *Sigh* I hate this town.
Kenny: Why's that person looking at me? They're going to kill me. I know it.

Referencing a classic scene: [link]

I hated South Park when I first saw it. It was nothing but non-stop profanity, toilet humor and for the most part, the characters weren't very interesting.

But then somewhere along the way (Season 4?5?) Trey and Matt decided to start giving the show a little more depth. Now it boasts a brilliant mix of comedy (most notably it's dark humor), satire and social commentary as it responds quickly to cultural trends and current events.

Hell, if parent's weren't so damn conservative I'd nominate South Park to be the most educational and insightful show out there for kids/teens that isn't "lame".

Needless to say, I'm a huge SP fan.

PS. Would've finished this last night but I got caught up playing SEGA's Stormrise, which sucked. (probably because I had the PC version and my laptop fails so it sort of lagged)

PPS. Black outlines on the figures were intentional to flatten the illustration, homage to the cartoon's simplistic paper-cut-style.




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I haven't watched the show even once and I still recognized them based on their clothing.