History GrowingTheBeard / WebAnimation

19th Mar '17 10:02:22 AM nombretomado
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* ''NeuroticallyYours'' had very rough animation and was mostly about a squirrel rambling on about what bothered him in the world and a teenage goth girl who kept the squirrel as a pet while listening to punk music and was extremely introverted. Several episodes later, the series quickly evolved with the squirrel, Foamy, giving more coherent and thoughtful rants while also causing shenanigans. The girl, Germaine, also had her own rants and slowly shed her goth persona of the course of several years, revealing a broken and battered girl.

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* ''NeuroticallyYours'' ''WebAnimation/NeuroticallyYours'' had very rough animation and was mostly about a squirrel rambling on about what bothered him in the world and a teenage goth girl who kept the squirrel as a pet while listening to punk music and was extremely introverted. Several episodes later, the series quickly evolved with the squirrel, Foamy, giving more coherent and thoughtful rants while also causing shenanigans. The girl, Germaine, also had her own rants and slowly shed her goth persona of the course of several years, revealing a broken and battered girl.
7th Jan '17 9:05:34 PM blackravenclaw
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** Then Team Four Star took it a step further with the Cell Arc. They had already proved their chops as excellent comedic writers, but Season 3 displayed the team's talent for writing horror and ''very'' dark humor (courtesy of the main villain) and even some tragic tearjerking scenes (History of Trunks; 16's backstory) - some fans believe that Team Four Star's writing is now even better than the Kai dub of the source material. And the production values, already excellent, took a further step - significant edits like cutting Yamcha out of an entire special for the sake of continuity, or even creating brand new animation frames.
29th Oct '16 5:03:11 PM nombretomado
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* The animation of ''HappyTreeFriends'' became more polished over time, while episode plots became longer and more likely to involve multiple characters. This is particularly notable in the TV episodes starting in 2006.

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* The animation of ''HappyTreeFriends'' ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' became more polished over time, while episode plots became longer and more likely to involve multiple characters. This is particularly notable in the TV episodes starting in 2006.
15th Feb '16 10:13:47 AM bobwolf
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** Now that Volume 3 has begun, it's widely agreed that ''this'' is the point where the series has truly come into its own. The animation has improved so much it's hardly recognizable as the same show, the voice work is now consistently outstanding, the pacing blows even the best episodes of the previous volumes out of the water, and the humor is much more even. The overall opinion among viewers is that ''RWBY'' now feels like a real, broadcast-quality show and not just an amateur web series.

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** Now that Volume 3 has begun, it's widely agreed that ''this'' is the point where the series has truly come into its own. The animation has improved so much it's hardly recognizable as the same show, the voice work is now consistently outstanding, the pacing blows even the best episodes of the previous volumes out of the water, and the humor is much more even. The overall opinion among viewers is that ''RWBY'' now feels like a real, broadcast-quality show and not just an amateur web series. [[spoiler: Latter half of the season contains the brutal deaths of several beloved characters and aversion of StatusQuoIsGod which marks a [[CerebusSyndrome turning point]] in the series to a more [[DarkerAndEdgier serious show]] with [[AnyoneCanDie life and death]] consequences.]]
29th Dec '15 1:40:50 PM Anddrix
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*** Related to this was SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor and Franchise/{{Superman}}'s argument about erasing the Marvel universe when viewers suddenly realized the series could also be incredibly deep.

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*** Related to this was SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor and Franchise/{{Superman}}'s argument about erasing the Marvel universe when viewers suddenly realized the series could also be incredibly deep.
20th Dec '15 4:14:59 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'': While season one was definitely funny, season two and ''especially'' season three is where the show really begins to showcase its storytelling abilities and its comedy.
4th Nov '15 6:06:37 PM drbreakfast
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* WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} has made at least three jumps in quality so far, each winning over more doubters than the last.

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* WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' has made at least three jumps in quality so far, each winning over more doubters than the last.
4th Nov '15 6:06:26 PM drbreakfast
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* Episode 8 of WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} is considered the point where the series picked up and really came into its own, featuring CharacterDevelopment, setting up for the rest of the series and the action sequences that had been expected from the start.

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* Episode 8 of WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} has made at least three jumps in quality so far, each winning over more doubters than the last.
** Episode 8 was the high point of Volume 1, delivering the show's first truly great action scene, a lot of good character development, and proof that the story was actually going somewhere.
** Volume 2 started off on the right foot, with the animation, dialogue, and voice work generally better than in Vol 1, but this season gradually succumbed to very poor pacing, overuse of comic relief, and an obviously rushed, unsatisfying finale.
** Now that Volume 3 has begun, it's widely agreed that ''this''
is considered the point where the series picked up and really came has truly come into its own, featuring CharacterDevelopment, setting up for own. The animation has improved so much it's hardly recognizable as the rest same show, the voice work is now consistently outstanding, the pacing blows even the best episodes of the series previous volumes out of the water, and the action sequences humor is much more even. The overall opinion among viewers is that had been expected from the start.''RWBY'' now feels like a real, broadcast-quality show and not just an amateur web series.
28th Jul '15 9:56:10 AM magmablock
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* Season 1 of ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' relied heavily on internet culture references and fourth wall gags that, while funny on their own, was love it or hate it. Starting with Season 2 and the Namek Saga, the dialogue become a lot wittier, relied less on fourth wall jokes and references, and had such excellent edits for the sake of jokes that if you hadn't watched the actual show in a few year you legitimately wouldn't notice a difference.

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* Season 1 of ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' relied heavily on internet culture references and fourth wall gags that, while funny on their own, was love it or hate it. Starting with Season 2 and the Namek Saga, and becoming especially apparent once the Ginyu Force shows up, the dialogue become a lot wittier, relied less on fourth wall jokes and references, and had such excellent edits for the sake of jokes that if you hadn't watched the actual show in a few year you legitimately wouldn't notice a difference.
26th Jan '15 1:30:57 AM NaraNumas
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* Season 1 of ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' relied heavily on internet culture references and fourth wall gags that, while funny on their own, was love it or hate it. Starting with Season 2 and the Namek Saga, the dialogue become a lot wittier, relied less on fourth wall jokes and references, and had such excellent edits for the sake of jokes that if you hadn't watched the actual show in a few year you legitimately wouldn't notice a difference.
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