A Bunch O' Stuff!

Howdy! Lots of news is here!

First of all, my About is here. But not just that, a new tab for my art!

I have reviewed about every cartoon book I've read, so please read them!

I watched Bambi for the first time since I was five. I really liked it, but I had a few problems, mainly that the humor was inconsistent with the seriousness. Pan from death to springtime love sure doesn't work, and left me confused for five minutes. In other words, it's one of the greatest animated anythings ever, but I wasn't twitterpatted.

Today I watched a documentary with Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston talking about The Illusion of Life (which I reviewed). While watching I drew them:

Which looks more like who? Ollie looks pretty funny to me.

That's all for now! Stick around for more!


  1. Just because it's well animated doesn't mean it's good (bambi). You can spend 900 Scribrilijrillion dollars a nanosecond for a 200 hour film, and even if it looks like Heaven itself, it can still be bad bad B A D !!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. I'm doubtful that replying this comment is worthwhile, but at least it's fair. So: no, my friend, cinema is an aesthetic art, so if a movie looks like Heaven itself it cannot ever be bad bad BAD. Ever.

    2. asc43501 is right. Bambi's not bad. I cared about the characters. Just the tones got a little inconsistent. Pinocchio is way less clumsy here (whenever a Disney movie is brought up, I will bring up Pinocchio).

  2. They're both pretty funny. I liked the Frank & Ollie cameo at the end of "The Incredibles", where they voiced themselves. Both of them were over 90!

    Do Ward Kimball next!

    1. My Ward Kimball is my best caricature! He's my favorite of the Nine. It'll be Monday, for the first-month anniversary of this site, where I thank all the readers.

      I recently looked up the cameo and, since the first time I saw Incredibles was before I knew when they were, it must've flew over my head. As my love for the GA grows my patience with CGI-animation lessens.


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