Haven't you ever been warned of the dangers of cloning while high? You end up with substandard clones.
I'm older than most on here, but the good senator still has a bit more playing time in the game of life than I do. :-)
When something from 2007 makes *you* feel old, it's a bit funny to me since I was born thirty years before the movie came out.
The three-way butt high five.....truly majestic to behold.
I'm not seeing how this one ups FiM on character design. They're doing the same thing FiM does with character design - reuse the same base body for pretty much everybody - except with FiM the character design goes large from that point forward. The hair and tail variances, especially among all the major characters, is distinct enough that you could figure out who was who from silhouettes alone.
There's no way that's the case with these FF things.
That animation is.......not good. This is definitely a Gen 3/3.5 looking thing. The close ups where they showed each character's name all had pretty much the exact same expression - wide, open mouth smile, and almost too open eyes. I got no sense of any kind of individuality between the characters - and this is a visual medium, being able to get a sense of things just from the visuals is considered a pretty basic rule.
I'm going to stick with what I originally thought of this - it looks like it's going to be bad.
I will say though that I do really like the sets and environments. The world design at least looks nice.
Man, those look worlds better than the dolls they've been putting out before this. I'm still not a fan of the whole face tattoo thing, but at least they've got some real design going into these things.
That's your pre-episode review right?
Should have written it more like, "Now I know exactly how this episode is gonna go: Great!"
The writers have stated on numerous occasions how the female dominance of Equestrian society was meant to somewhat lampoon the male dominated aspects of our own society. Women are the leaders, the heroes, the bread winners, and the main athletes - while males often occupy roles of lower stature, service to female employers, and other areas of reduced importance.
It's actually a pretty well done, and subtle metaphor that the show has been using for quite some time. If only I weren't lying right now.
Only in the classic sense.