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Yeow last won the day on October 31

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About Yeow

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    muted with brazenness
  • Birthday 09/14/1995

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  1. tumblr_pi9hjdiHWM1qmkwzk_540.jpg

    how plausible is this

    1. Shaddy Zaphod

      Shaddy Zaphod

      IIRC Deku's dad's quirk is conjuring small flames from his fingertips. And Spike always had to use a lighter for his cigs, so it's probably unlikely even though everything else makes sense.

  2. Yeow

    Team Sonic Racing - Upcoming Sonic Racing Game

    I think the main issue is the use of instruments. It's an odd mix of synth instruments of Jun's heavy guitar work and it sounds uneven as a result. Not helped that a fair amount of the instruments of the original track (namely the violins) are also absent for some reason.
  3. Ralph Breaks The Internet reviews are up.

    93% so far, 50/54 reviews are positive. (

    The first film, for reference, is at 87%, with 155/178 positive reviews.)

    Consensus: "Ralph Breaks the Internet levels up on its predecessor with a funny, heartwarming sequel that expands its colorful universe while focusing on core characters and relationships."

    Can some of ya'll quit it with the Emoji Movie comparisons now? :v

    1. JosepHenry





    2. SupahBerry



      Well for one thing, the general public ain't as familiar to video game jokes as they would with general Disney internet jokes, so that's one reason why they might find this better.

      And remember, a well received Disney film might not be fully immune to some BS habits of theirs like random twist villains (Frozen, Zootopia) 


    3. Kiah



      I enjoyed the first one so seeing the positive reviews for the second makes me happy and relieved. My boy Sonic being in the movies definitely sweetened the deal for me 🙂


    4. Dejimon11



      Honestly I'm shocked it did that well. I thought it was gonna be in he 60-70 range and be ok rather than a bad movie.


  4. where are the big boy games

  5. Apparently Sony will not hold be attending E3 at all next year (no press conference, no booths, etc.)...

    I guess they're skipping out to prepare for a PS5-specific press conference outside E3?

    (This also arguably takes the idea of PS5 releasing next year off the table--2020 seems to be the magic number.)

    1. Forte-Metallix


      Oh, good: That means I can stop getting my hopes up for a Sly Cooper announcement next year.

    2. Ryannumber1gamer
    3. Failinhearts


      So they're saving me the disappointment they do with every E3.

    4. SupahBerry


      After their Banjo and Shakuhachi act, they somewhat had it coming. E3 is pretty much on its way out anyway.

      It would be nice for Nitenty to trample the competition one last time in that case.





    1. Failinhearts


      we all know venom will win best original song if this was real

    2. Yeow


      woody harrelson as best supporting actor though...

    3. Failinhearts


      There's going to be...

      ...C A R N A G E

  7. OK but Noodle's story of how she came to join Gorillaz and 2D relating that experience is something else....

  8. meanwhile at downing st ....


  9. okay peeps

    time to start blushing hard

  10. Movie theaters better start putting a good lasaga on the food menu, we're getting another Garfield film. Going to be fully animated this time (rather than the live-action/CG 2000s films with Bill Murray) and it's being helmed by Mark Dindal (Cats Don't Dance, Emperor's New Groove, Chicken Little).

    1. E-122-Psi


      It was announced on Monday though...

    2. SupahBerry


      Chicken Little was Dindal's work?!


      What the hell happened?!?!?!

    3. Yeow


      @SupahBerry Studio interference. Copypasta'd from Wikipedia:

      "In September 2001, director Mark Dindal developed the idea for Chicken Little, with its title character envisioned as an overreacting, doom and gloomy female chicken, that went to summer camp to build confidence so she wouldn't overreact, as well as repair her relationship with her father. At the summer camp, she would uncover a nefarious plot that her camp counselor, who was to be voiced by Penn Jillette, was planning against her hometown."



      Dindal pitched it to Eisner (head of Disney at the time), who suggested to make her a boy. Then WDAS (or WD Feature Animation as it was still called back then) got a new studio head (David Stainton), who suggested to change the summer camp story into about saving the town from an alien invasion instead. Cue months of re-writing...

      "During the rewriting process, Dindal, along with three credited writers and nine others, threw out twenty-five scenes to improve the character development and add more emotional resonance with the parent-child relationship. Dindal admitted that 'It took us about 2½ years to pretty much get back to where we started... But in the course of that, the story got stronger, more emotional, and funnier, too.'"

      Recall the film was made when WDAS was stuck in a hard place (their traditional 2D films had been underperforming/flopping, while Pixar and DreamWorks' CG films were commercially successful. Pixar's contract with Disney was about to expire soon with the release of Cars the following year; and with Chicken Little being WDAS's first CG film, the film became a litmus test to see whether Disney could go it alone with or without them....)

      ...so there you go.

    4. SupahBerry


      I had a hunch that would be the case. After seeing people smash the product to bits, I really don't blame him for wanting nothing to do with Disney anymore. (Unless you count Emporers New School)

      Hope this film can really bring him into the spotlight this time. Man deserves it.

  11. For those who missed it yesterday:


    And there's more new art over at the thread:


  12. WoNJDAq.png

    okay i'm done

    at this point all i can do is just laugh

    i'm now officially sold on these pokemon designs

  13. that detective pikachu trailer is like someone saw those "*videogame character* in unreal engine 3" videos / jump force / those "pokemon in real life" fanart and said "that's the art direction I want for this movie"

    i still don't understand why people still keep gunning for this super photorealistic art direction for adaptations of stylized / cartoon characters

    the film....looks fine otherwise, to me? it actually has some funny lines

    1. Forte-Metallix


      Pokemon all have a certain fantasy vibe to them. Bringing them into the real world isn't a problem in and of itself, but they still need to maintain the design philosophy they were created with.

      That's the problem with most live-action adaptations: They try to force "realism" onto characters that clearly weren't made with that in mind.

  14. Happy birthday!


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