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Best Cartoon Dad

The best cartoon dad and one of my favorite is Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz from Phineas and Ferb 

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Unlike most Dads where they’re, of course caring and loving to their child, give good advise, dorky jokes, cool and protective like 

Greg Universe from Steven Universe

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Hunson Abadeer from Adventure Time 

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Ice King/Simon Petrikov from Adventure Time 

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Rafael Diaz from Star vs The Forces of Evil

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  Tonraq from The Legend of Korra 

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What makes him stand out more to me is his backstories. Unlike the other dad’s I’ve mention, his is probably one of the most tragic stories I’ve ever heard.

His parents didn’t show up to his birth 

His father force him to be the gnome when his gnome were all gone 

Also been force to wear girls clothing for the his childhood so his younger brother could wear them

He was raised by Ocelot 

Bested by his younger brother 

His father name his dog “Only Son”… harsh 

Also he hated Heinz for shaming the family when he couldn’t dive in the pool 

He made his own surprise birthday party 

You probably think that his tragic story should make a true villain? Nope, instead he becomes a real dork and fun villain to watch. 

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And instead of ignoring his family and take them for granted like any other villain would do, he actually tries to be a good dad to his daughter, Vanessa. Although he’s an ex-husband, doesn’t mean he’ll stop trying to support her daughter. 

Like he set surprise birthday parties, even though she didn’t ask for them like a dorky father will do 

He cheered her on first swimming team 

Clapped the loudest on her school play 

He taught her how to drive 


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Caught a fowl ball 

And the best father moment is he didn’t stop to find a Mary McGuffen doll for the past 10 years for her 

Heinz Doofenshmirtz is without a doubt, the best cartoon dad ever in all of cartoon shows. Although he considered himself a evil scientist, he’s a good man in my book

Happy Father’s Day!

The Most Broken Current Cartoon Character

I always thought the new and original characters were the most broken characters like  

Steven Quartz Unvierse has to live the fact that his mom, Rose Quartz, have commited some dark acts in the past

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Star Butterfly lost almost everything in season 2 

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Marceline Abadeer lost her mother, her first and true friend, Simon lost his sanity for wearing the crown too much, and what’s worst that she has to become what she hates the most, a vampire  

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Ice King lost his sanity and forgotten everything he once knew himself 

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But probably the current most broken cartoon character out of all of them is Samurai Jack 

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What makes this man such a broken figure is he used to have a strong will that keep him moving, always had hope that he’ll find his way home, and always fight for justice. Even though it seem bad at first, but he finds another way, like he always had.

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But now, after 50 years without aging alone, he lost himself in this forsaken time. He lost his honor as a samurai, lost his way to what to fight for and lost his faith to find his way back to the past 

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Every time portal is destroyed 

He lost his sword, the only weapon that could defeat Aku 

Really horrible PTSD 

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And what’s worst is he thinks of performing Harakiri (suicide)

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Out of all cartoon characters in today world, I find Samurai Jack, the most broken out of all cartoon characters and deserve the most hugs 



The Castlevania Netflix series is now available (and it’s surprisingly awesome)

Frederator Studios may be well known for their work on the Adventure Time series, but their latest showing is a dark and gory departure from the Candy Kingdom.

When this series was first announced, I was pretty skeptical as video games rarely translate well to film and tv (see the Super Mario Bros Movie, the Resident Evil series, and the complete filmography of Uwe Boll). However, what I experienced while watching the four 30-minute episodes of the series was an extremely pleasant surprise.

The series is mostly based on Castlevania: Dracula’s Curse for the NES, a brutally difficult game that returned the franchise back to its roots after the mess that was Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest, which tried (badly) to incorporate RPG elements into the series. Castlevania III set itself apart from the original by allowing the player to choose between Trevor Belmont, Grant Danasty, Sypha Belnades, and Alucard, each with unique abilities. Of these four characters, Grant is the only one who has not yet appeared in the Netflix series. 

The original game featured very little dialogue and a simple plot, so deriving a full script from the 8-bit game was no easy task. The lead writer is Warren Ellis, known for writing for several Marvel comics, as well as his original works Transmetropolitan, Global Frequency, and Red. His script for the Castlevania series delves into religious themes that Nintendo never would have allowed in the game (Nintendo actually censored crosses and other religious references from the NES original).  Ellis manages to create a storyline that will satiate long-time Castlevania fans while remaining accessible to those who are unfamiliar with the game series.

What initially caught my attention was the amount of blood and gore. This series has quite a bit of violence and has a level of morbidity that will make gorehounds rejoice and leave the squeamish looking for a different show to watch. A couple notable scenes include villagers removing human intestines that were draped over a palisade like a garland after an attack by a demonic hoard and a mother checking on her baby only to find a splatter of blood and organs in the bassinet.

The Castlevania series may not be for everyone, but the fact that it clocks in at under 2 hours makes it worth a watch if you are even slightly interested. I consider these four episodes to be merely an appetizer to give people a taste of the series and it has apparently done its job as Netlix announced that it will renew the series for 8 more episodes.

Villain Development

From a creepy old man 

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To emotionally tragic man that’s been misunderstood 

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From a threatening villain 

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To a dorky and lovable nerd 

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From a coward, childish, and annoying villain

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To a true threatening villain


I don’t can draw all fanart i want to of this miniserie (i want draw 5 more, but i so tired -o-)

Elements it’s so cool and beauti
I like the Lumpy Space Princess to be the hero of this history and the new sorprise in the end to Jake (PUM! SPOILERS!)

Sorry for my english bad :P