Friday, June 17, 2016

C-3PO and Wall-E



I am a giant fan of the Pixar movies.  I am always impressed with the quality of the writing, character design and animation.  I think they have a great track record, I have enjoyed pretty much everything that has come out of the studio, even some of their sequels which weren't huge hits - they never seem to phone it in.  Wall-E is one of my favorites, especially the dialogue-free first half of the film.  It was amazing how much they made me care about these simply designed robots through their unspoken interactions.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I know what you mean, Ross. I just saw FINDING DORY, last night! Not bad. But, only three stars compared to the original film.

As for today's cover? Pretty good! I can easily see Disney/Pixar doing this for real (even as an OVA). They could even go so far as to make the villain... the Great Heep Mark II.

Cary Comic said...

Hmph! Looks like you've got a bunch of robophobes out there, Ross.

;-)

Anonymous said...

Come on Ross, Woody and Jonah Hex, please...

Cary Comic said...

I agree with you, Anon. Ross could even entitle it...COMES A SIXTH HORSEMAN!*


*We are talking about Woody Harrelson, right?

Anonymous said...

No, Pixar's Woody. Continuing the theme from today's cover.

Anonymous said...

@ My namesake: Darn! I thought you meant everyone's favorite redheaded woodpecker.

"Hoo-hoo-hoo-haha! Hoo-hoo-hoo-haha!"

Anonymous said...

Anon2, no, he's gone off somewhere with Groot.

Anonymous said...

@Anon1: in that case? RIP, Groot!

;-D

Anonymous said...

Groot may be saved: Here comes the original Green Lantern. Hang on...wait a minute...

Cary Comic said...

Oh, I see. It was just the Scarecrow's fear-omones making Groot experience his worst nightmare.

;-)

Anonymous said...

wouldn't his be a Marvel comic? (not DC) since Disney owns Marvel and star wars now

Simreeve said...

Anonymous said...
"wouldn't his be a Marvel comic? (not DC) since Disney owns Marvel and star wars now"

On this site, the background presumption is that all comics are DC...

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