Red vs Blue is like the 1st big web content thing I remember. I grew up on the classics like X-Men, Batman TAS, Ducktales, Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck, Animaniacs, Simpsons (when it was good), etc.Gordon_4 said:Does Red vs Blue count? Cos that?s the first of such things I remember watching in low quality mpeg format
Because most people IRL would give us funny looks if we started bringing up stuff like this.Hawki said:We're adults, discussing web cartoons and Red vs. Blue.
...you ever wonder why we're here?
Nope. If it was from Red vs. Blue I never actually watched it. Some of the people I hung out with were into it, but I was never big on Halo so I gave it a miss.Hawki said:
Yeah, that was good.WhiteFangofWhoa said:...the most famous Strong Bad Email, 'Dragon'.
I stopped paying attention when they actually went for a serious plot. Like instead of goofy hi-jinks, the Red vs Blue war was like some great conspiracy by a shadow government to cover up their use of AI controlled agents, and then they kept introducing badass no-nonsense action ladies(they had like 3) with the exact same personality. It became obvious they were making it up on the fly and just kept adding and adding in the hopes they'll find a ending eventuallyMarik2 said:So whats going on with red vs blue lately? I tuned out about 2/3 into the original series. Now it has like all the agents named after states or something.
The nineties had at least one web cartoon- ?The Amazing Spider-Man?.Hawki said:So, I grew up in the 90s, so web cartoons weren't really a thing in my experience until later in the decade. So while I can certainly cite cartoons in of themselves that I watched, web cartoons though? I certainly remember Homestar Runner, and...that's it.
Might remember more as the thread goes on. I certainly watched copious amounts of machinima in the 2000s, but different medium I guess.