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Starship Captain
« Reply #160 on: 02-10-2014 00:49 »
« Last Edit on: 02-10-2014 00:51 »

I have officially watched every episode. My eyes are burning. God damn you Netflix.

Edit: TOTP Dance!


Avatar Czar
DOOP Secretary
« Reply #161 on: 02-14-2014 09:18 »

I could never get past the animation style of this show to really be able to judge it.  hmpf

I could never get past the animation style of this show to really be able to judge it.  hmpf

The animation is just eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh.....

The animation itself leaves a little to be desired, but it's perfectly acceptable given the show's low budget. The beautifully drawn backgrounds and the great character designs more than make up for the way it's all animated, in my opinion.

I actually thoroughly enjoy the animation.  It's obvious it was done in flash, but it has a high level of detail and it's clean cut.  You can tell where it originates from, and I loved the 7030 production stuff too.

Space Pope
« Reply #162 on: 02-15-2014 05:53 »

Don't get me wrong, the animation's very good for what it is. But it certainly doesn't compare to the big budget major network animated shows (whereas, I think the style the show is drawn in actually looks great, which makes the rudimentary animation all the more pleasant).

Space Pope
« Reply #163 on: 02-15-2014 06:56 »
« Last Edit on: 02-15-2014 06:58 »

To be honest, the animation looks more professional than most other animated shows...the character designs are more conventional and realistic, and the environments use more solid lines and defined objects.

That said, it is mostly computer animated, so I can get how some people might find other shows to appear more organically animated or unique. At the end of the day it's completely subjective.

Starship Captain
« Reply #164 on: 04-29-2014 06:10 »



Space Pope
« Reply #165 on: 04-29-2014 06:29 »


Yes. Yes you are. tongue

I thoroughly enjoyed this season, though. It wasn't quite as good as 1 or 3, but it certainly made up for season 4. I much prefer the more serialised approach, and even though the plot never totally made sense (and I'm not overly excited about them returning to ISIS), it was definitely a worthwhile experiment. I hope the show retains its quality next year, given its lousy track record with even-numbered seasons.

Space Pope
« Reply #166 on: 04-29-2014 07:09 »
« Last Edit on: 04-29-2014 07:11 »

Actually I was wondering where the Archer thread went because I just finished Archer Vice this weekend. It's not that I don't care about that baby development, it's that if you didn't see that coming you really don't understand the show. There were somethings that were left unexplained that kind of confused me: mostly the Krieger clones.

You know I love this show and I liked season 4 just fine, though I'm already blanking on what happened even though I just watched the entire thing like three weeks ago. But I did find it funnier than season 3, the episode with the guard dog alone made me laugh really hard. But it hasn't been since season 2 that this show got a huge I-have-to-pause-the-episode-because-I'm-laughing-so-hard response (that cancer arc just slayed me). Like season 5, at least I became aware of it, leaned a little too hard on call-back jokes.

Also Ron Cadillac reminds me of my math professor and that kind of makes me just love him.

DOOP Ubersecretary
« Reply #167 on: 04-29-2014 14:26 »

Well, that season turned out to be an extended press of the reset button for a few long-running arcs, or teasers of what could have been arcs. I'm looking at you, Krieger.

I'm definitely pleased that they're returning to ISIS, and that Lana admitted to Archer she still loves him, but I don't know how I feel about Archer raising a child. It's going to be a fucked-up kid if he or his mother end up taking an active parenting role in its life, but it's going to be equally fucked up if it's left alone with Wodehouse, or raised by its gun-toting, man-handed, mother.

I suppose that it'll be funny, either way.

Urban Legend
« Reply #168 on: 04-29-2014 21:19 »

I love the idea of Archer Vice, but I don't think that they pulled it off particularly well.

It was an entertaining season, but I'd say that it also represents the worst season of the show to date. Also, it's not a show where I feel much emotional attachment to the characters, so I couldn't care less if two of them have a daughter, now.
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