IM SO SATISFIED
Phineas is terrifying when they show him facing forward
Do the Fairly Oddparents parents really count? Their torsos were only hidden in the pilot episodes. And I assume they scrapped that for the full series because it was too similar to Cow & Chicken’s parents.
They just called them mom and dad, that’s the deal.
I remember that Arnold’s parents were revealed in the movie, I don’t remember watching the entire movie just that it was part of why the movie was such a big deal.
But Finn and Kenny’s hair isn’t that surprising, I swear both have happened a number of times. Hell, Finn’s hair is from like, season 2.
I NEVER KNEW THE REASON THE NEPHEWS WERE LEFT WITH SCROOGE WAS BECAUSE DONALD HAD TO LITERALLY GO OFF WITH THE NAVY LIKE
I THOUGHT THE SAILOR GET UP WAS FOR SHOW IT DIDN’T OCCUR TO ME THAT DONALD WAS WITH THE US ARMED FORCES
#thank you donald for keeping our country safe
You know, in case you don’t already have them all.
This is one of our favorite shows, and if you’ve never seen it or haven’t picked up the DVDs yet, now would be a great time to do so!
This is super convenient, I missed watching all of Avatar when it was airing so I gave up on it, even though I wanted to watch it. Now to buy it and never find the time to watch it….
You’re so wuvwy,
Yes I know it…
Arguably the most famous short cartoon of all time, “What’s Opera, Doc?” condensed 14 hours of Wagner sturm und drang into eight minutes of absolute delight. Directed by Chuck Jones, designed by Maurice Noble, and animated by Jones’s adept and amazing team of animators, “What’s Opera, Doc?” was the first short cartoon inducted into the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry in 1992.
Reblogging again even though I just did 15 min ago because it is so funny yet sad.
Jean Giraud (1938-2012) was a French artist who was, and is, famous under the pseudonym Moebius. He created fantasy comics in a wildly imaginative style, sort of like Hergé set free, the most famous of which are Arzach, The Airtight Garage and The Incal. My first contact was a series of trading cards published in 1993. I’ve been enamored and dazzled by his art ever since.