The best hood movies. If you haven’t seen one of these my niggas I suggest you check em out.
Just for the fun of it and in spite of the fact that he’s extremely busy with REAL work, Bob’s artist/producer Tony Gennaro designs a script cover for every single table read. Here are a few stellar examples for episodes that HAVE NOT EVEN AIRED YET.
When I was a kid I remember being told that cartoons were horrible, brain-rotting bits of entertainment, but there are some things that I would probably never know if I hadn’t been sitting on the floor watching Looney Tunes all morning:
1. “Timber!” If you hear someone yell “timber!” your first instinct is to look up for something that’s tall and probably falling on you. At least it is for me, and I have cartoons to thank for keeping me safe when I’m wandering around forests (which I do ALL THE TIME). I’ve probably heard the word “timber” used to mean “something is falling” far more often than I’ve heard it used as just another word for “lumber.” Continue learning through cartoons.
Power Puff Girls was a awesome show
I loved how Bubbles read her manga in japanese
I would always laugh really hard
Blossom was all about the do-good, American Heroes.
Buttercup loved the edgy heroes with dark pasts and complex morals.
Bubbles knew Japanese well enough to read and understand comic books from Japan intended for her age group. That’s actually very impressive, but then again, this is the girl who can speak squirrel.
i loved this episode ahaha
forgot how smart and slick this show actually was
owns so hard
bubbles could also speak spanish, don’t forget
girl was a linguistic genius
looks like i chose the right day to wear this shirt.
Where To Kid? (Rodimus Prime variant)
Illustration by JP Valderrama