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A Poem is - The Months read by Simon Pegg

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A Poem is - The Months read by Simon Pegg

A series of classic poetry shorts read by iconic British celebrities combined with powerful animation moments from Disney's magical legacy introduce a new generation to the joys of a poem well read.

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A Poem is - The Months read by Simon Pegg

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Ya like rare logos? Well, an anonymous logo collector was going through her VHS's, and one tape she came across contained a TV recording of a "Tom and Jerry" short that played in syndication. But preceding said short was this EXTREMELY RARE Turner Entertainment logo variant that has a purple marquee/maroon planet combo! She sent her discovery over to me, thinking I'd be interested in--

Alright, I'm sure you saw the video before reading the description, so why continue this tall tale? APRIL FOOLS, GUYS!!!!

This was a little prank that just came to me while brainstorming what to do for April Fool's Day. I was inspired by the logo parodies Alan Grant did for April Fools , as well as the ones by Skycorp Home Video.

Feel free to leave your questions about how I made this parody in the comments below!

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A Poem is - The Months read by Simon Pegg

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My trilogy of videos about "Grim & Evil"'s extra episodes comes to an epic conclusion by going over many little hints and trivia that help back up my thesis, from small details in the title cards, to Easter eggs in the "Billy & Mandy" intro! Special emphasis is also given to the "Evil Con Carne" segment "Ultimate Evil", which has this weird space in-between seasons one and two.

Boy, what a fun project this has been! Thank you guys for watching and sharing it since the first chapter! Hope you'll be binge-watching some "Billy & Mandy" this Halloween!

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Now that we got the basics of "Grim & Evil"'s extra episodes existing out of the way, let's decide whether they should be considered to be "Season " or part of the second season, and how many seasons "Grim & Evil" as a whole really has. We're also going over the episode guide discrepancies that "The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy" (and to a lesser extent, "Evil Con Carne") faces when airing as a standalone show. Things will get nerdier from there.

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In the next chapter of "The TRUTH About Grim & Evil", we're gonna look into the conflicting info regarding how many seasons "Grim & Evil" really has, and whether the extra episodes we've discussed previously should be categorized as "Season " or "Season ". We'll also look at the episode guide discrepancies that both "Billy & Mandy" and "Evil Con Carne" face as standalone shows. Things will get nerdier from there.

Also, happy th anniversary, "Grim & Evil"!

STAY TUNED FOR CHAPTER TWO ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER TH, !

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So...this is a weird-looking experimental idea I've been planning out for some time. Here, we got a yellow globe-like object containing characters from of my favorite Nicktoons, popping out and moving around, with the almighty SpongeBob's face fading in center. It's sort of a visual metaphor promoting how Nicktoons rule the globe with all their various charms. Heck, the video background and SpongeBob's quote at the end both come from a launch promo for the Nicktoons channel, which boasted why Nickelodeon's diverse line-up of original animation deserved their own network.

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Back onto this animation meme experiment, it is a combination of a transparent, five-frame animation cycle drawn on FireAlpaca, and the useful keyframing capabilities of CyberLink PowerDirector for the rotation.

Oh, and the music I chose to use is a sample from the extended cut of "Private Life" by Grace Jones".

Previously, I posted the first frame as a standalone piece of fan art, and included SpongeBob's face.

I hope Nick approves of this little oddity I conjured up.Cartoon House

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