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The art kinda reminds of of Scott Pilgrim a bit...
edited 28th Jan '13 9:17:18 AM by dmysta3000
Rebecca Sugar has storyboarded most of the best Adventure Time episodes and is a terrific artist.
Sign my white ass up!
edited 28th Jan '13 9:30:30 AM by Brokenshell44
Steven has a girlfriend who is not a member of the Guardians of the Universe, one of the other Guardians of the Universe has a crush on him, but knows it's unrequited
The noses of the White haired Guardian, the Black haired Guardian and to an extent Steven's are ugly
The Black haired Guardian is the oldest and teaches Steven how to be a Guardian in a Drill Sergeant Nasty way
The Blonde Guardian (who I would not be suprised if she was inspired by Sailor Uranus) is also Steven's teacher, but she's nicer and more motherly towards him
After Steven, the White haired Guardian is the youngest, most immature and most likely to have feelings for Steven (though there's a good chance that all three Guardians have some feelings for him)
Now she gets to work on actual material worth a damn again (the last few times before she hit that certain gig included The Goon and her own short film).
I'll be patiently waiting, CN. That animation preview should be something quite savoring after all this wait.
edited 28th Jan '13 7:19:24 PM by GREGTHECAT
Looking forward to this show. I just hope people don't compare it to Adventuretime TOO much.
edited 29th Jan '13 2:00:35 PM by kyun
Form the art I've seen, I hope this doesn't become "Slacker-boy surrounded by uber-competent girls," because that is sexist and tired.
But only sexist to males, so it's okay
It'll be more like "Incompetent boy surrounded by competent girls"
edited 29th Jan '13 4:01:29 PM by truteal
I think (hope) Rebecca Sugar would be well aware of that, seeing how she fixed a few bad ideas on the AT episodes she storyboarded. She said before that she feels socially responsible for the message that her work sends to young viewers.
Anyways, sooo psyched. We srs need more female diverse female characters.
Awwwwww. I an certain she has nothing to worry about.
What bad ideas?
Also, Im pretty excited for this.
Yeah, this should be good. It's too bad AT lost her talent, but I'll be glad to give this a shot, too.
The three girls are the standard Beauty Brainsand Brawn team.
Steven and the other guardians are siblings (biological or otherwise)
Seven-minute pilot is up.
Believe it or not, some people on this website do not live in the U.S of A
Sorry, looking for a youtube link but I cant find any right now
Finally a version for non US viewers.
So is the pilot only available online at the moment?
I like it already.
Really good. Like how the MC is tubby.
It truly has potential, indeed - because sooner or later, Adventure Time will need to be replaced (and concluded properly, of course...). My concern is, can this show be entertaining and engaging overall, AND do just that all at the same time?
edited 21st May '13 9:42:36 PM by TheShopSoldier
What I thought before watching the pilot: Steven reeks of Self Insert and his sisters reek of Mary Sue (their names are just one example) and the artstyle is unappealing
What I think now after watching the pilot: The song made me smile, the fact that none of the sisters have a thing for him suprised me (Garnet might have one, but not likely) Other than that, it was feh (The ending reminded me of Regular Show too much for my liking)
A Love Triangle between Steven, The Blonde Girl and the guy with the big earlobes (who I think is named Lars)
Annnd Youtube Link!
Do you have download links to the other shorts?
The show was written and created by a woman, so its hard to see the Self Insertion.
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