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|The Progression Of Action Cartoons (western)|
|Topic Started: Jan 6 2010, 02:54 AM (423 Views)|
|libra||Jan 6 2010, 02:54 AM Post #1|
i wish i had a picture like the one showing the walking evolution of humanity from the chimp to homo sapian, only with he-man as he starting point and ending with Samurai Jack [lol, wow, now i REALLY want to see that].
so first of all, who do u think would be inbetween them?
and do u think the action cartoons of He-man's time were poor quality (story, style, production, in general) compared to modern action toons? and if so, is it because of generation gap, an uncaring production team, or lower than today budget?
and for the sake of reference, here is He-man on youtube. i was ready to say "just uncaring staff". but the episode i watched had..sort of a good story, to a point.
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