Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The Cartoon Hero Presents Earthworm Jim: For Whom The Jingle Bell Tolls


The Cartoon Hero Presents Earthworm Jim: For Whom The Jingle Bell Tolls (Reupload) from Cartoon Hero2 on Vimeo.


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3 comments:

  1. why do we alreays need to point out the political believes of a creator when he or she is conservative ? we should review and view the creation itself and if it holds up not the creators political believes. i think this kind of idiological jibba jabber is inapropriate at any rate. he does not suport gay marrige its his right to do so and should in no way be talked about when talking about his creations. i am a conservative and have reviewed james gunn's movies and he is a liberal left leaning person and didnt give a flying fuck about his political alignment and his movies rock! so leave the politics crap out, its unwanted and just in the end biggoted when ya really really think about it

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    1. I didn't point them out because he's conservative. I felt the need to point it out because, well, if he hates gay people and if I'm part of a project that's about HIV, which, surprise, heavily affects gay people, SOMEONE is going to point out the supposed hypocrisy if I didn't say anything. So I did.

      Also, it's bullshit to think that you can 'leave politics out of' anything. Every work of art involves a person, and most people are involved in politics. So that may or may not have an effect on the art involved, and if you want to be a fair critic, you have to think about it from more than just your side.

      Also, pointing out that something has a biased political lean is bigoted to you? Or 'biggoted' as you spelled it?

      I don't think you know what the word 'bigot' means. And I highly suggest that you look it up before you attempt to school me. Good day.

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  2. Ah screw you Earthworm Jim, Adam West was one of the best. In my opinion, only Keaton and Conroy are better.

    Next time, get Drive-Thru.

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