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scythemantis Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Why are you STILL responding to my comments with five-paragraph angry rants about nothing? I never said anything very rude, but you flipped out over the littlest criticism of your behavior and are still coming back to it after weeks have gone by...I don't mean to keep upsetting you but it's hard to resist when you can't take the littlest opinion of you without going apeshit. Do you even know the MEANING of "chill out?" You should consider it, for your own health :)
andrewr255 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2011
Thank you for the watch.
PortalComic Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Hey kragf!!! Thank you for the Watch!!! :-D
pokecheckartz Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2011
Hi, thanks for the :+fav: on Never Ending Walk Cycle! I appreciate it! =D
bokuman Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
thank u for the watch! :strip: :iconbokuman: :strip:
pokecheckartz Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
thx 4 watchin!!! =D
Rodimus78 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2010
Greetings sir,

I'm the dude who said, "It's sadly ironic that Ruby-Spears' Superman was LITERALLY a comic book brought to life.

While Bruce Timm's Superman was ILLITERALLY a comic book brought to death"

Yes sir, that was yours truly. Yes, I am one of those 'true comic book fans' like you sir. Honestly dude, Bruce Timm gives me heart attacks b/c he is a major, MAJOR ASSHOLE when he derailed the Superman mythos to a smoldering cinder. It's not even as comic book nuance as his original Batman: TAS, b/c he literally hates Superman & he hates DCU. I know he does. If you talk to Alex Ross or Mark Waid, they'll confirm it. If you also see what the hell he did to Katar Hol Hawkman & WW in JL-freaking U, you know what I'm talking about here. I respect Timm for his co-work in B:TAS, but when won all those awards, he got extremely cocky so he made this Bat-Wack-centric DCAU crap where his Batman is extremely flawless, & overly used throughout it's run on JL-freaking U which became ridiculously boring. Those freaking Bat-Wacko-Quackers & other sycophants who claimed they've seen his crap praised S:TAS, & the rest of his DCAU pig crap as some holy sacred cow just b/c he did B:TAS, but when I've pointed out it's obvious flaws, they get defensively ballistic for reasons that remains rare to me.

kragf Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2010
LOL!!!!! It's so nice to hear some down to earth honesty from a genuine comic book fan! The rest of the so-called comic fans act too polite about something that is a serious crime. Like a cop seeing a murder and then has his priority concern of being polite to the murderer. But most fans that I personally know are not actually polite, so they share the same courage as you, which also includes myself and other comic book fans all over the internet and in the shops when I run into them. Thanks for saying the truth that shuts down the non-deserved praise which Bruce Timm gets from that animated series stuff.

You sir, are officially one of my everyman hero. What totally shocked me tho is your information about WAid/Ross condemning Timm. THAT was most interesting to hear. How do I confirm that those two said this btw? Anyways, God Bless you Rodimus78, It really is a joy to hear common sense still existing and I thank you for your courage dude.


p.s. Just my opinion but Best Superman movie to date: Christoper Reeve in both SM1 and SMII.
2. Best movie adaption of a comic book: Tie between The Shadow and Superman.

3.Best cartoon adaption of comic books: (well there's whole bunch) but I'm gonna go with the SuperFriends. I know, Iknow, RubySpears making the Ultimate Superman cartoon should be the top one, but SF came out first, did great w/GalacticGuardians (except Adam West) and had the entire DCU in there.

4.Best movie adaption of a cartoon: Either Popeye (R.Williams) or Flinstones-Viva Rock Vegas.

5.Best cartoon adaption of a movie: I'm going to go with Ghostbusters and The Karate Kid (from JoeRuby and KennethSpears themselves no less! lol)

whatta long p.s huh?
Rodimus78 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2010
Hey there kragf,

I apologize for the long delay. I've been kind of absent-minded. You've asked me what information did read about Alex Ross slamming Bruce Timm to confirm this. You can find that information from his interview down below:


Here's another Ross interview here:


Another book/magazine you should read is 'Modern Masters: Vol. 3' which covers an in-depth interview w/ Timm. That book is interesting because it has Timm spilling his guts out about his bias on the Superman mythos, & his bitter fallout with the legendary Alex Toth who was his friend & colleague.It's very interesting b/c Timm hides his arrogance very poorly. You'll find that issue on &

I hope this helps.

Take care & no... you p.s. wasn't long. It was fine.


kragf Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2010
Wow THAnKS man!!

I really REALLY needed those references, believe it or not, I never thought I'd find it. You've been an extreme help and saved me a work load of research! Fuk Bruce Timm, don't even know why Alex Ross was even interested in that looney tunes art. I mean, it's nice and all like bugs bunny or tom and Jerry, I love those things...but that ain't comic books; historical fact. If you gather the entire collection of every comic book printed in the existence of comix: 90% of the art and drawings DWARF any type of funny toons art.

I like Archie Comix, some times Dick Tracy, and whatnot, but superheros is the core of the comic book genre and it has it's definitive characteristic that is unmistakable, which Bruce timm seriously mistaken-ed clumsily for DickTracy. Josesph Ruby and Kennith Spears, Joseph Hannah and William Barbara, things like the Spider friends, G.I.Joe, and especially the Super Friends were all students of comic books and did the great honor of bringing them to motion.

Gearge Perez, Marc Silvestri, John Byrne, Jim Lee, Dick Giordano (my personal fave), Alex Ross etc. etc but the man who started it all was of course Neal Adams. The day you sent me your last email, I actually met the man! I was at the NYCC, he's really big on kids that guy. Every young kid who showed up he was so attentive and loving if I may say. The adults seem to treat him like a signature machine, so he's not too hot on those guys who just use him to make money of his signature, but he gets back at them by charging for the signature.

Anyhow, thanks again for the references man, it truly helps out for my doctorate thesis. Gonna rip the Animated crap to shreds.

Take care R78,
hollar any time
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