Weekenders Adventures of Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
And now, a technological breakthrough in Pooh’s Adventures history - a classic unnecessarily reworked with your favourite cartoon characters, unnecessarily reworked with your favourite cartoon characters! The infamous Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, a.k.a. Why Paramount Should’ve Kept Those Rights in the First Place, was the closest a corporation-based animation studio could get to channelling Pooh’s Adventures as it so commonly stands - deliberate exposition that dumbs the original mains down, absolutely no reason for the guests to be there other than comic relief, a villain confrontation scene where there shouldn’t have been, dialogue tampered with to bring up these newcomers, you name it.
So of course Poohphiles would enjoy it enough to slap even less time-consistent cartoon characters onto that and make them twice as useless by having them direct every pratfall the cat and mouse stumble into as usual. This might just be fan fiction, but this is still what storytelling shouldn’t be. And so, without further adieu, let’s bite into Weekenders Adventures of Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. I can’t believe I just pasted that either.
Sooo, now I’m here too. I think I will post here something like ponies and non pony art. And maybe I will post something interesting from my life, like photos from my trips around the world, airsoft and many others, but we’ll see;)
New Poster for the next Convention im attending! I wanted to try myself at making something like a movie poster and “The Lost Treasure Of Griffonstone” gave PERFECT material! :D You can purchase this Poster at my booth at Gala Con, Ludwigsburg Germany, from the first to second of August!
As this blog’s 3-year anniversary closes, I present to you the cast of 2016! Along with my characters, this poster also features the few followers that have been, are being, and will be assimilated used as secondary characters here. To all of Ask Bananas Wit’s family, friends, foes, favorites, and fixtures following it, thank you for developing its subject’s character and being a part of his life so far!