What is going on with my ask these days?
I’m not sure any giant robot show will have the US appeal of Sailor Moon, other than Transformers or Voltron.
I don’t even understand what you’re asking me or why.
Three of the four shows you mentioned as us “ignoring” we straight up can’t get the TV rights to. The other had literal YEARS and never built an audience that made it worth the cost of maintaining the show. Meanwhile, the shows you call “divisive” did just fine for us. Maybe there’s more to us airing shows than the conclusions you’re extrapolating with little to no real information? I’m sure that’s not the answer you wanted, but it’s something to think about...
Ha! Thanks. They are tight AF and I don’t think they get much media shine...
Probably not! But you’re missing out. :)
I think the accepted wisdom that Take Care is Drake’s best album is wrong. His best album is “Nothing Was The Same,” and I don’t think he’s made a classic record yet. His eventual greatest hits album might be the one!
We tried hard to get it on the show, but the nudity made it a definite no go from from the network.
I don’t know when Toonami will end, but we have no plans to go anywhere.
If I answer, it’s truthfully.
There’s no doubt it taints the work, for me. Which sucks because I really dug it. I’m glad another pedophile got exposed, though.
We do really like the current look, and anecdotally it’s been very popular amongst viewers, so we’re going to keep it for a while longer. We’ll switch out at some point in 2018, though. It’s important to stick with what works, but freshness is important too.
We don’t know what will happen in that timeline. Maybe we’ll check in and see at some point. Or...maybe not.😈
That’s the plan, yes.
Yep! Battle damaged TOM is our TOM going forward, just like TOM with mismatched arms..
I watched it sometimes but I never thought about replicating their stunts.
Outside in the cold distance/ a wildcat did growl/ two riders were approaching/ and the wind began to howl
Sorry, I’m not much of a podcast listener.
I think DC is stuck in a post Nolan framework that hasn’t worked for anything they’ve tried. When Marvel decided to create the MCU, DC naturally saw creating a DC Universe as a next step for them as well. The problem began when they decided to make a “mature” Superman film, giving it to a subpar director who tried to do what Nolan did with his Batman trilogy. It was a doomed idea from the start. It’s no accident that the most critically and commercially successful film in the DCU is Wonder Woman- it’s the only DCU film that allows itself to fully represent the character. When they finally pull away from trying to make superhero movies “gritty,” they’ll start seeing more success...
I guess that’s really in the eye of the beholder, isn’t it?
On average, 5.