Many moons ago when I was doing boards on Mr. Peabody and Sherman, we had a brainstorming session where I tried to throw out some helpful ideas on who in history the duo could visit. I suggested a version of the story where Sherman would have to gather seven magic balls in order to have his time traveling wish granted. But I guess that was just not meant to be.
Oh well. Perhaps (in) another time…
Animated Short: “Distance”
Directed by Todd Dejong, Tom Law, Wandrille Maunoury, Etienne Metois, Jonathan Vermersch
THIS WAS A ONE PIECE MOVIE.THIS IS FROM MAMORU HOSODA, MISTER “SUMMER WARS”, “THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME”, “WOLF CHILDREN”, AND IT IS THE DARKEST. GODDAMN. THING.
ONE PIECE MOVIE 6: BARON OMATSURI AND THE SECRET ISLAND. IT IS BEAUTIFUL, HEART BREAKING, TERRIFYING, AND INSPIRING ALL AT ONCE.
i see he also directed the samurai champloo op. this does not surprise me in the slightest.
ughhh hosoda is such a huge insp to me ever since frigging digimon, i have to see thiisssss
i cannot stress enough how good this movie is please watch it
it’s my fav op film and one of my fav animated films in general
it fucked me up the first time i saw it i was Not Prepared but i’m so glad i saw it knowing nothing about it going in
it’s an experience to say the least
I love the 6th movie and it’s total departure from the usual One Piece fare (well, it has all the great elements still).
I loved the style in this movie, it was so different from the others. I think if this horror theme would fit one piece so well, even if it’d be just a spin-off.
please see movie six holy shit
everyone here has pretty much already described why it’s great
The amount of work put into these Marvel animatics is pretty nuts.
SOME OF THESE AREN’T EVEN ANIMATICS THEY’RE FREAKING PENCIL TESTS
These kinds of ‘boards’ to stage movies are getting more and more popular and can I just
say how frightening that is I mean look at all the work these take??? How fucking GREAT these are??? SERIOUSLY this is what I’m gonna have to compete with????????
‘Calvin & Hobbes’ Creator Bill Watterson Releases First New Cartoon In 19 Years
By Andy Khouri
Immense kudos to filmmakers Dave Kellett and Fred Schroeder, whose new documentary Stripped was apparently so awesome that it coaxed the famously elusive Bill Watterson to come out of retirement and create his first cartoon (that the public has seen, anyway) since concluding his work on Calvin & Hobbes nearly 20 years ago. The piece will serve as the poster for the film, which profiles the endangered art form of newspaper comic strips in the current economic and media climates.