Officially, Bob began his professional career as an animator on the very first Merrie Melodies animated short made by Harman and Ising in 1931 for Warner Brothers, Lady Play Your Mandolin.
Yashahime replaces the controversial second season of The Promised Neverland, and begins airing on Toonami the evening of June 26 at 1 AM. Note that if you want to see it now, the entire season is streaming for free on Crunchyroll.
This comes close to the 20th Anniversary of Fullmetal Alchemist, where in an interview Hiromu said to the artist of Attack on Titan that something new was coming.
Perhaps a bigger reason while I like this short so much is that my mother, who enjoyed watching the super 8 print of this cartoon, used to imitate the Little King, saying “Shay boy! Sell me some Pwetzels!”. How often can you get your mother to repeat lines from a 1930s cartoon?
“I’d answer, ‘Where’s Walt Disney in there? The character with the hook nose and mustache is my long time villain Dishonest John. Everybody knows who he is.’ My original version of “Beanyland” was very, very funny because it was such a tongue-in-cheek satire on Disneyland even as to the way they worded their advertising.Cat Ear Hoodie
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The Weekly Flip report! This week, the final 35mm master scans for Flip are arriving. We’ve also been informed that the last two elements we need from the Library of Congress are on deck to be scanned. These are a 35mm soundtrack from Puppy Love and the German titles for Flip in Bulloney, featuring the original title art missing from all other prints we’ve seen. The icing on this week’s cake was two prints lent by Mark Kausler, both with footage not in *any* other print we’ve found. Coo-Coo the Magician has an opening and closing that is missing from all other 16mm and 35mm materials we know of, and The Bully, in a 16mm auto-positive print, has the introduction music. I haven’t heard it yet, but excited to record it later tonight.
Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon is basically Inuyasha’s Boruto and follows the offspring of the original stars. The tunnel between feudal and modern-day Japan opens once again, and young Towa falls into it. Her twin sister Setsuna has no idea what happened to her and begins a fruitless search. Meanwhile, Towa is raised by Kagome’s brother and his family over the next decade.