History Literature / Animorphs

25th Apr '16 10:21:02 AM JamesAustin
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->''"The thing you've got to know is that ''everyone'' is in really big trouble. Yeah. [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou Even you]]."''

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->''"The ->''The thing you've got to know is that ''everyone'' is in really big trouble. Yeah. [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou Even you]].you."''
16th Mar '16 2:21:17 PM DrakeClawfang
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The series heavily deconstructed the RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude / WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld concept, turning what could have been a Saturday morning cartoon into pure horror. WarIsHell is in full effect, with the six protagonists having nightmares about the horrors they have to endure, they're silently tormented by the morally questionable things they do, and over the course of the series they shed their innocence to become battle-hardened soldiers before they're even legally adults. Additionally, it is emphasized repeatedly that their efforts are ''not'' enough: the Yeerks have infinite resources, an infinite army, anyone they know could betray them, and they have to balance the war with their normal lives so no one catches onto them. All they can do is sabotage the Yeerks until the Andalites ''hopefully'' send their fleet one day to save the Earth, but in the meantime they are only delaying the inevitable.

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The series heavily deconstructed the RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude / WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld concept, turning what could have been a Saturday morning cartoon into pure horror. WarIsHell is in full effect, with the six protagonists having nightmares about the horrors they have to endure, they're silently tormented by the morally questionable things they do, the battle against the Yeerks errodes their personal lives and relationships, and over the course of the series they shed their innocence to become battle-hardened soldiers before they're even legally adults. Additionally, it is emphasized repeatedly that their efforts are ''not'' enough: the Yeerks have infinite resources, an infinite army, anyone they know could betray them, and they have to balance the war with their normal lives so no one catches onto them. All they can do is sabotage the Yeerks until the Andalites ''hopefully'' send their fleet one day to save the Earth, but in the meantime they are only delaying the inevitable.
16th Mar '16 2:20:25 PM DrakeClawfang
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The series heavily deconstructed the RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude / WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld concept, turning what could have been a Saturday morning cartoon into pure horror. The six protagonists regularly have to confront the morality of their actions and push against the lines they are not willing to cross, and inevitably end up crossing them because there is no other choice. WarIsHell is in full effect and they have nightmares about the horrors they have to endure, in addition to the gradual loss of innocence and humanity. It is emphasized repeatedly that their efforts are ''not'' enough--the Yeerks have infinite resources, an infinite army, anyone they know could betray them, and they have to balance the war with their normal lives so no one catches onto them. All they can do is sabotage the Yeerks until the Andalites ''hopefully'' send their fleet one day to save the Earth, but in the meantime they are only delaying the inevitable.

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The series heavily deconstructed the RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude / WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld concept, turning what could have been a Saturday morning cartoon into pure horror. The six protagonists regularly have to confront the morality of their actions and push against the lines they are not willing to cross, and inevitably end up crossing them because there is no other choice. WarIsHell is in full effect and they have effect, with the six protagonists having nightmares about the horrors they have to endure, in addition to they're silently tormented by the gradual loss morally questionable things they do, and over the course of the series they shed their innocence and humanity. It to become battle-hardened soldiers before they're even legally adults. Additionally, it is emphasized repeatedly that their efforts are ''not'' enough--the enough: the Yeerks have infinite resources, an infinite army, anyone they know could betray them, and they have to balance the war with their normal lives so no one catches onto them. All they can do is sabotage the Yeerks until the Andalites ''hopefully'' send their fleet one day to save the Earth, but in the meantime they are only delaying the inevitable.
21st Nov '15 8:30:45 AM themisterfree
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On September 9th, 2015, rumors of Universal's interest in an Animorphs film began to spread. The rumors purport that Deborah Forte (of Silvertongue Films and Scholastic's long-time media adaptation producer) and Creator/{{Universal}} Pictures are interested in making it happen and are currently searching for a writer/director.

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On September 9th, 2015, rumors of Universal's Creator/{{Universal}}'s interest in an Animorphs film began to spread. The rumors purport that Deborah Forte (of Silvertongue Films and Scholastic's long-time media adaptation producer) and Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Pictures are interested in making it happen and are currently searching for a writer/director.
21st Nov '15 8:30:24 AM themisterfree
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On September 9th, 2015, rumors of Universal's interest in an Animorphs film began to spread. The rumors purport that Deborah Forte (of Silvertongue Films) and Universal Pictures are interested in making it happen and are currently searching for a writer/director.

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On September 9th, 2015, rumors of Universal's interest in an Animorphs film began to spread. The rumors purport that Deborah Forte (of Silvertongue Films) Films and Universal Scholastic's long-time media adaptation producer) and Creator/{{Universal}} Pictures are interested in making it happen and are currently searching for a writer/director.
10th Sep '15 2:18:14 PM NonSequiturWalrus
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On September 9th, 2015, rumors of an Animorphs film began to spread. The rumors purport that Deborah Forte (of Silvertongue Films) and Universal Pictures are interested in making it happen. This being such a recent turn of events we'll have to wait and see if there's any truth to this.

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On September 9th, 2015, rumors of Universal's interest in an Animorphs film began to spread. The rumors purport that Deborah Forte (of Silvertongue Films) and Universal Pictures are interested in making it happen. This being such a recent turn of events we'll have to wait happen and see if there's any truth to this.
are currently searching for a writer/director.
9th Sep '15 6:44:58 PM NonSequiturWalrus
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9th Sep '15 6:44:36 PM NonSequiturWalrus
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On September 9th, 2015, rumors of an Animorphs film began to spread. The rumors purport that Deborah Forte (of Silvertongue Films) and Universal Pictures are interested in making it happen. This being such a recent turn of events we'll have to wait and see if there's any truth to this.
7th Jul '15 3:35:14 PM NonSequiturWalrus
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'''WARNING: MASSIVE spoilers ahead.'''

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'''WARNING: MASSIVE unmarked spoilers ahead.'''
12th Jun '15 1:59:34 PM themisterfree
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Five teenagers discover that [[TheVirus parasitic aliens]], called Yeerks, are secretly infiltrating Earth by [[PuppeteerParasite taking over people's minds and bodies]]. They encounter an alien who is on their side, an [[OurCentaursAreDifferent Andalite]] named Elfangor, who gives them the power to [[VoluntaryShapeshifting morph into any animal they have touched]]. Joined by Elfangor's younger brother and unable to trust almost anyone else, they begin a violent and secretive [[LaResistance guerrilla war]] against the invading Yeerks to save the Earth.

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Five One night, five teenagers discover that [[TheVirus parasitic aliens]], called Yeerks, are secretly infiltrating Earth by [[PuppeteerParasite taking over people's minds and bodies]]. They encounter an alien who is on their side, an [[OurCentaursAreDifferent Andalite]] named Elfangor, who who, before dying from injuries sustained when his spaceship crashed, gives them the power to [[VoluntaryShapeshifting morph into any animal they have touched]]. Joined by Elfangor's younger brother and unable to trust almost anyone else, they begin a violent and secretive [[LaResistance guerrilla war]] against the invading Yeerks to save the Earth.
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