Ylvis, educating people about the female reproductive system.
these guys will be the death of me.[x]
i died at the pH value
I just learnt more about the vagina in like 10 seconds than I have ever learnt in my entire life
Debating whether or not I should share this with my anatomy and physiology professor.
The debate is now over.
SOMEBODY HOLD ME THIS IS GENIUSLY DONE. SOMEBODY HOLD ME.
I think I could watch an entire series of that. :) Maybe more.
OH. MY. GOD. I CAN’T EVEN COMPREHEND WHAT I JUST WATCHED. BUT I AM SO DAMN HAPPY.
The CG is wonky at bits, and the glaring bits of dialogue really take you out of the setting
First of all, excuse me for such a long post ):
This idea came into my head for some time ago. After a long study of film Tron: Legacy, I was able to do a couple of conclusions about the color of circuits and identity disks. Most of Tron fan-artists make mistakes in their color. Let me explain:
THIS! This right here!! This is a prime example, of ‘cartoons are not just for kids’! This beautiful piece of animation, story, and characters/believable fictional people.
I’m going say that while not all kids can’t appreciate these things, a majority over look it. A reason could be the lack of color, I think. The color pallet varies from black, white, and gray, for the most part except when it comes to the lights on the suits of various programs, the light-bikes, and in cities, and the skin pigmentation of some characters(but it’s still pretty dull).
I also think that up to this point in the target audience has been raised on educational cartoons, and cartoons that keep in mind the ‘simple’ aspects of plot(varying extremely from episode to episode) and characters(such as one character is grumpy all the time, and the brainy character), along with color, LOTS OF COLOR. So give them a cartoon without those things, without exposure to it elsewhere, and it becomes confusing. Most people don’t like to be around things that confuse them, so they get away from it as quickly as they can(changing channels), and when they see it again, still not understanding, they approach it with dislike, or indifference leaning towards dislike.
Another thing would be the lack of theme song, theme songs aren’t needed, but again with the things kids are used to, theme songs are normal. An intro usually lets the viewer know what’s in store for the program they’re watching, it being catchy is an added bonus, because it will keep someone’s attention longer. This is especially the case with younger children.
The kids that are able to understand this show without all this, are abundant, but not the majority, I believe, because if that was the case, the cartoon would be more popular. An example of a popular Disney cartoon would be Phineas and Ferb which has a catchy theme, lots of color, and the plots can be semi-complex but still easy enough to follow. I really wish Tron: Uprising’s target audience was different, and it wasn’t on DisneyXD, just DisneyXD. This show is highly under appreciated, and it’s bothering me.