Now a days, people could just probably put the text as some kind of vector, and have it roll with the screen, but back then, they had to draw everything by hand. That's how "Win the Original Joker Mobile" becomes "WAN THE CIRIN QNAL JOKERNOCILE"
Pony Talks: Season 5 Personal ListingWow, what a freaking awesome season. I laughed, I cried, I cringed, and I had the feeliest feels that ever feeled.
So, you know what, it's late, I have nothing better to do, here is my countdown of all 23 (counting 2 parters as one) episodes of the season, with a little blurb or two explaining my thoughts. From hated to favorite, very informal, let's jam.
24. Appleoosa's Most Wanted
The straw that broke the camel's back...
For those that don't know, Tommy Oliver rage quit the fandom after watching this episode, and with good reason. The fandom has become whiny and preqchy almost to the point where we're giving those Steven Universe nuts a run for their money... And I'm saying that AS A FAN OF STEVEN UNIVERSE! But, even without that bile poisoning the episode, you have writing full of more holes than even Mysterious Mate Do Well and a really dumb ending with an unlikable portrayal of the CMC. Gee... If only there was some magical episode that showed how much they progressed... SUCH SUBT
Popculture Pandemonium: Light Yagami- Good or EvilThe megalomaniac.
A classic villain trope. M. Bison from Street Fighter, Starlight Glimmer from Friendship is Magic, and basically every James Bond villain out there. Each one is convinced that they have the proper solution, and view their power as a "just reward" of sorts. We view them clearly as the villain and can't wait for the hero to blast their ass to Hell.
... But what happens when the story revolves around one of these archetypal baddies?
Enter Light Yagami, a genius level high school student (is there any other kind in Japan?) who studies the bible and grows sick of the world around him, full of violence and death (yet does nothing about it but piss and moan, typical SJW). That all changed when he finds a mythical Death Note, a normal looking notebook that brutally murders anyone whose name is written in it.
After a few days with this awesome power in his hands (two of which were spent pondering whether it was real or fake), Light decides to erase every criminal from the plan
Popculture Pandemonium: What is Jack Skellington?Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King, master of fright.
This tall, skeletal creature is simultaneously one of the most likable protagonists and scariest mofos in existence... But what is he?
You could say he's just a skeleton, but let's get real here, he's far taller than the average human, his skull is malleable enough to perform facial expressions, and he has a second set of teeth and tongue. You could argue than all skeletons of this world share those qualities, but no, as we see in the hanging tree and in Oogie's lair, all the other skeletons are typically static. And, as the final nail in the coffin, it's revealed he has five kids with Sally in the epilogue on the soundtrack.
So, again, what the fuck is he?
To put it simply, he's the spirit of Halloween.
Think about it, he even refers to himself as a demon of night. He's a dark spirit who has assumed the form of a skeleton, but doesn't stick to the restrictions of his form.
But, come on, I hear you ask, it's not like there's precede