dkunzartcorner:

Shetara Redesign by megadrivesonicBeen drawing her more lately, glad i’m finally getting back into my magnum opus project again.

dkunzartcorner:

Shetara Redesign by megadrivesonicBeen drawing her more lately, glad i’m finally getting back into my magnum opus project again.

Triple-Q - Knuckles from K.N.U.C.K.L.E.S. & Knuckles: Knuckles in Knuckles the Echidna feat. Knuckles from the Knuckles the Echidna Series [Knuckles of the Year Edition] & Knuckles
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kirbopher:

triple-q:

Thank you Sega for releasing Passion & Pride so I can lynch the “Unknown from M.E.” acapella to death

OH NO

What is dis

forgottenanimation:

FLINT THE TIME DETECTIVE/FLINT HAMMERHEAD (1998)

 known in Japan as Jikū Tantei Genshi-kun (時空探偵ゲンシクン, Space-Time Detective Genshi-kun), is an animated Japanese television series directed by Hiroshi Fukutomi and developed by Sanrio. It was based on a manga by Hideki Sonoda and Akira Yamauchi and was published by Kodansha in Japan.

Why was it forgotten?: IT AIRED ON A LARGELY UNKNOWN PROGRAMMING BLOCK

The first anime on the Good Forgotten Cartoon segment is one that I remember fondly from when I was younger.

It was produced by Sanrio of all people; the folks that make all kinds of cutesy things and plaster Hello Kitty on everything.

It was a nifty little time traveling action-adventure series about a little cave boy named Flint Hammerhead who travels throughout time, meeting famous and very anime historical figures, and helping them with their most historically relevant problem.

Flint and his small team mainly roll through time to rescue little creatures called Time Shifters whom through in-universe explanations are supposed to help keep the time stream intact.

They also double as cute characters that look like they just stepped off the Sanrio production line.

Shame that I’ve never actually come across any toys, or apparel, or any kind of merchandise in America or Japan for this series. It’s weird, considering the company that will slap a character on anything and plop it down in stores.\

Anyway, that’s the show. It’s very formulaic but like most time traveling stories it has such a variety of locations in history that it stays interesting and you can enjoy it  if you’re young, old, a boy, or a girl.

So what happened? Why did this series kind of drop off the face of the earth?

I can’t say for the rest of the world but in America it kind of landed in an inconvenient time slot. It was on waaaaaay early in the morning on Sunday on Fox Family. It was part of a programming block called Made In Japan which featured Digimonand for some reason also ran the Ruby-Spears Mega Man cartoon.

Of course, I got up to watch Digimon but this was on and I couldn’t help but watch this as well, and I found I enjoyed it for like, the… 8 or so months that it was on television.

TRIVIA

  • Viewers says that Flint resembles Son Goku from Dragon Ball and his weakness is when his stomach runs on empty.
  • Saban Entertainment licensed & did the English adaptation for Flint, which is very different from the original Japanese version.
  • All the original Japanese music score is replaced with a new American-made soundtrack; all the sound effects are changed as well. Traditional Japanese cultural music is heard in the American dub, but because the music and sound effects are changed, it sounds a lot different in the dub than in the original Japanese version.
  • All the dialogue is completely changed and rewritten to be a lot different from that of the original Japanese dialogue, in which puns, jokes, and humor are added. 
  •  Even though the character names are changed to more Americanized full names, the setting of the country is still kept as in Japan, and much of the Japanese culture are kept as well as much of the Japanese text, left out untouched and untranslated.
  • In the Japanese version, many Time Shifters say only their own names whereas in the English version they are capable of speaking in English.

CLOSING THOUGHTS

It’s a good series if you ask me, and definitely something I’d recommend if you have a young relative or someone like that who wants to get into anime. There isn’t much continuity, it has cute character designs, and it’s got plenty of action so they’ll probably like it.

Good thing that somebody else feels the same because the series is on youtube.

Holy crap I remember this, It was vaguely in the back of my mind but never found the name so here it is after all these years. 

Decided to make some more steven universe fanart, this time of Sugilite. 

link to finished picture: http://megadrivesonic.deviantart.com/art/Sugilite-481307980

fight4future:

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Hey,

No time to write. There are 30 hours left until the Internet Slowdown protest for net neutrality, and all of us here at FFTF are working round the clock to make this huge.

Everything you need is right here: https://battleforthenet.com/sept10th

Just this morning, Netflix…

dkunzartcorner:

Blip tv deleted my account

My entry to the Movie Jam 3: Death Jam. Let me know what you guys think. We only had 2 days to make it, I only had 1 since i found out about it today( but at least i made it in time).

pan-pizza:

Went to Frederator in LA today

Talked with someone about cartoon production. Got all that free stuff on top. We agreed I should 2 in the AM PM something myself. Ultra limited animation is my specialty.

Only like 10 people work there. Did run into Natasha Allegri. She was just as excited to recognize me as I was for her.

This looks like a cool place to work, dang it really need to get my pilot off the ground

dkunzartcorner:

A futher look Foodfight 1K Sub Special

Hello, this is Dkunz here with a follow-up. I’ve been looking over the reception for the review of Breadwinners, and it has been brought to my attention that it’s more of a rant and that I didn’t really go into detail about the cartoon and why I don’t like it. I’d like to say I appreciate the feedback I have received, and I will try to better elaborate on my points of why this cartoon is hurting the industry, and the reputation of Western cartoons.