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Joined on 6/15/21
Posted by Crazyimp - November 20th, 2021
Ghostbusters: Afterlife was an epic movie that is faithful to the original source material. It focuses on some of the memorable legacies of the franchise and it had some Stranger Things-like vibes. I’m glad Sony had fixed the mistake. Instead of obnoxious and whiny hussies in this movie. They’re charming and tongue in cheek children who learned the legacy of the the Ghostbusters. I would rate this movie as EXCELLENT. If you haven’t Ghostbusters: Afterlife. I recommend to watch this movie.
Posted by Crazyimp - November 18th, 2021
Here’s an another request art but I’m going be painting on my old jeans instead of drawing on paper. It’s for hiding this ink stain from my jeans that no longer fits.
It can’t be your OCs. It’s got to be a fictional character from an existing movie, show, cartoon, video game and anime that people recognize.
Posted by Crazyimp - November 14th, 2021
It looks like a gecko rather than an iguana hence the name, “Iggy Iguana”.
1.At least, they designed an armadillo, a jackalope and a skunk right.
2.This skunk looks like Flower from Bambi and Sandy Cheeks’ love child.
Sorry about the bad grammar in this activity book that I messed around with. ^_^
Posted by Crazyimp - November 8th, 2021
In this Duck Amuck inspired episode from The Animaniacs revival series. I just saw a brief cameo of Pepe Le Pew. I’m glad WB doesn’t remove him off the shelves. They just show a little quick scene. It sounds like Pepe had his character development this time. Which he sounds a little more sympathetic and the joke was kinda self aware by making fun of cancel culture. It was a miracle that Pepe Lew Pew has returned just like the second season of 2020 Looney Tunes where Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam had their trademark firearms back. I’m really proud of Warner Bros learning another lesson about that they shouldn’t censor and cancel their animation legacy! Thank you very much Warner Bros for learning your lesson! 🥲