History WMG / CoolWorld

29th Jan '16 6:16:03 AM HotHead1987
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The director of Who Rabbit visited Hollywood, and had a positive experience. However, the director of Cool World spent a few nights in Las Vegas, and was traumatized for life.

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The director of Who Framed Roger Rabbit visited Hollywood, and had a positive experience. However, the director of Cool World spent a few nights in Las Vegas, and was traumatized for life.
28th Jan '16 7:05:28 PM HotHead1987
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[[WMG: Cool World and Toon Town are based on Hollywood and Las Vegas, respectively.]]

The director of Who Rabbit visited Hollywood, and had a positive experience. However, the director of Cool World spent a few nights in Las Vegas, and was traumatized for life.
6th May '15 10:47:43 AM Elan
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* Alternately, maybe Jessica comes ''from'' Cool World; she didn't fit in because she's "Not bad, just drawn that way", so she emigrated to the much classier metropolis of Toon Town.
22nd Jun '12 12:39:40 PM FELH2
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Going off of the above theory, some of the Doodles in Cool World are people who have gone entirely insane. But others have simply sprung from the minds of people who were, at the time, partially but not entirely insane. Jack Deebs did not create Cool World, as he believes, but he did create Holly Would. Holly and Lonette sprang from the minds/desires of Jack Deebs and Frank Harris, respectively. It is not a coincidence that Jackís doodle lover is a murderous nymphomaniac while Frankís is a tough but sweet girl.

Frank Harris began to lose his grip on reality after his mother died. What he lost, and now desires, is love and security. Enter Lonetteóbeautiful and affectionate, loyal to her boyfriend, and just catty enough to defend herself from troublemakers, but not so much that she causes trouble herself. Jack Deebs on the other hand snapped after his wife cheated on him. He is motivated by viciousness, in various forms: violence (he murdered his wifeís lover), as well as lust and bitterness (creating Holly Would, an objectified woman, to spite his ex wife). Holly is murderous, bitter, and treats the opposite sex like a hobby, because she is literally made of these desires.

Other doodles could easily have come from humansí minds as well. Jumping back to Frank Harris, his spider sidekick Nails may too have sprung from his mindónot the logical or intelligent part certainly, but the dutiful part of him. Nails acts in a way like Frankís conscience, reluctantly interrupting his moments with Lonette to remind him of his duty not to break the law of Cool World. His heroic sacrifice midway through the movie foreshadows Frankís; it was Frankís determination to do his job and bring Holly back to Cool World that got him killed. As for Deebs, itís easy to see the Gouns as coming from his mind, perhaps just after he murdered his wifeís lover. Holly was then created later, while Jack brooded about his wifeís betrayal. Thatís why Holly and the Gouns already knew each other so well when Jack arrived.

When the person finally does crack, they themselves will become a doodle, as the above Troper suggested, and probably associate with the others they created while going insane.

[[WMG: Cool World is [[{{Who Framed Roger Rabbit}} Toon]] Hell]]

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Going off of the above theory, some of the Doodles in Cool World are people who have gone entirely insane. But others have simply sprung from the minds of people who were, at the time, partially but not entirely insane. Jack Deebs did not create Cool World, as he believes, but he did create Holly Would. Holly and Lonette sprang from the minds/desires of Jack Deebs and Frank Harris, respectively. It is not a coincidence that Jackís doodle lover is a murderous nymphomaniac while Frankís is a tough but sweet girl.

girl.

Frank Harris began to lose his grip on reality after his mother died. What he lost, and now desires, is love and security. Enter Lonetteóbeautiful and affectionate, loyal to her boyfriend, and just catty enough to defend herself from troublemakers, but not so much that she causes trouble herself. Jack Deebs on the other hand snapped after his wife cheated on him. He is motivated by viciousness, in various forms: violence (he murdered his wifeís lover), as well as lust and bitterness (creating Holly Would, an objectified woman, to spite his ex wife). Holly is murderous, bitter, and treats the opposite sex like a hobby, because she is literally made of these desires.

desires.

Other doodles could easily have come from humansí minds as well. Jumping back to Frank Harris, his spider sidekick Nails may too have sprung from his mindónot the logical or intelligent part certainly, but the dutiful part of him. Nails acts in a way like Frankís conscience, reluctantly interrupting his moments with Lonette to remind him of his duty not to break the law of Cool World. His heroic sacrifice midway through the movie foreshadows Frankís; it was Frankís determination to do his job and bring Holly back to Cool World that got him killed. As for Deebs, itís easy to see the Gouns as coming from his mind, perhaps just after he murdered his wifeís lover. Holly was then created later, while Jack brooded about his wifeís betrayal. Thatís why Holly and the Gouns already knew each other so well when Jack arrived.

arrived.

When the person finally does crack, they themselves will become a doodle, as the above Troper suggested, and probably associate with the others they created while going insane.

insane.

[[WMG: Cool World is [[{{Who Framed Roger Rabbit}} [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Toon]] Hell]]



[[WMG: Cool World is [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit Toon Town]]'s RedLightDistrict.]]

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[[WMG: Cool World is [[WhoFramedRogerRabbit [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Toon Town]]'s RedLightDistrict.]]



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5th May '12 1:07:41 PM nombretomado
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Cue the ''SuperJail!'' theme song, please. ''I'm coming home... oh yeah, I'm coming home.''

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Cue the ''SuperJail!'' ''WesternAnimation/SuperJail!'' theme song, please. ''I'm coming home... oh yeah, I'm coming home.''
28th Dec '11 5:31:26 PM MsPandaRosa
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** So would Judge Doom be resurrected in the Cool World? He's already half mad.

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** * So would Judge Doom be resurrected in the Cool World? He's already half mad.
28th Dec '11 5:30:53 PM MsPandaRosa
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** So would Judge Doom be resurrected in the Cool World? He's already half mad.
4th Aug '11 1:14:11 PM ultrafan
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Finally, we come to the end of the film: Jack becoming a superhero and stopping the chaos unleashed from the Cool World upon Las Vegas. If anyone wants to speculate what ''that'' chaos was all about, be my guest, beause I don't have a theory on that at the moment, but Jack becoming a superhero clearly represents him ''finally becoming comfortable with his madness''. He just allows it to wash entirely over him, becoming a Doodle, and in the end, he's shown very happily yapping on in a small, square comic book panel (nevermind the fact that it's horribly barren and not a nice place any sane person would like to live) while Holli sits in the foreground, visibly depressed. The square comic book panel represents the classic padded "cotton box" where dangerously unstable people are placed into to keep them from hurting themselves, and Holli, the physical manifestation of Jack's confusion, has been soundly defeated.

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Finally, we come to the end of the film: Jack becoming a superhero and stopping the chaos unleashed from the Cool World upon Las Vegas. If anyone wants to speculate what ''that'' chaos was all about, be my guest, beause because I don't have a theory on that at the moment, but Jack becoming a superhero clearly represents him ''finally becoming comfortable with his madness''. He just allows it to wash entirely over him, becoming a Doodle, and in the end, he's shown very happily yapping on in a small, square comic book panel (nevermind (never mind the fact that it's horribly barren and not a nice place any sane person would like to live) while Holli sits in the foreground, visibly depressed. The square comic book panel represents the classic padded "cotton box" where dangerously unstable people are placed into to keep them from hurting themselves, and Holli, the physical manifestation of Jack's confusion, has been soundly defeated.
8th Jan '11 4:05:57 PM rachel5
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[[WMG: Some Doodles spring from the minds/desires of people who are in the process of going insane.]]
Going off of the above theory, some of the Doodles in Cool World are people who have gone entirely insane. But others have simply sprung from the minds of people who were, at the time, partially but not entirely insane. Jack Deebs did not create Cool World, as he believes, but he did create Holly Would. Holly and Lonette sprang from the minds/desires of Jack Deebs and Frank Harris, respectively. It is not a coincidence that Jackís doodle lover is a murderous nymphomaniac while Frankís is a tough but sweet girl.

Frank Harris began to lose his grip on reality after his mother died. What he lost, and now desires, is love and security. Enter Lonetteóbeautiful and affectionate, loyal to her boyfriend, and just catty enough to defend herself from troublemakers, but not so much that she causes trouble herself. Jack Deebs on the other hand snapped after his wife cheated on him. He is motivated by viciousness, in various forms: violence (he murdered his wifeís lover), as well as lust and bitterness (creating Holly Would, an objectified woman, to spite his ex wife). Holly is murderous, bitter, and treats the opposite sex like a hobby, because she is literally made of these desires.

Other doodles could easily have come from humansí minds as well. Jumping back to Frank Harris, his spider sidekick Nails may too have sprung from his mindónot the logical or intelligent part certainly, but the dutiful part of him. Nails acts in a way like Frankís conscience, reluctantly interrupting his moments with Lonette to remind him of his duty not to break the law of Cool World. His heroic sacrifice midway through the movie foreshadows Frankís; it was Frankís determination to do his job and bring Holly back to Cool World that got him killed. As for Deebs, itís easy to see the Gouns as coming from his mind, perhaps just after he murdered his wifeís lover. Holly was then created later, while Jack brooded about his wifeís betrayal. Thatís why Holly and the Gouns already knew each other so well when Jack arrived.

When the person finally does crack, they themselves will become a doodle, as the above Troper suggested, and probably associate with the others they created while going insane.
21st Nov '10 5:34:48 AM Vermilion
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* Does this mean that Holli is BoredWithInsanity ?
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