CALLBACKS: My Little Sketchy: Cartooning Is Magic
I hope this comic is as funny to you as it is to me.
Ummm… yeeeaaah most people would say this is sad… not because of the emotional thing but… cuz of someone else. I on the other hand am just staying silent. 😀
Also HAH! Another character who I think looks like another cartoon character. The girl on the last pa…*looks at tags* OH MY HEAVENLY…!!! THAT’S HER!!! GAH! That’s so cool man! I love Tea!
Keep these cameos comming. XD
Glad you liked the cameos!
Have you ever watched any of Yugioh: The Abridged Series?
I have no idea what series I saw or at least not what they were called, but I know I watched the whole original series from ep1 till the the last part at the end of that virtual reality battle with the business men… under the sea… BOY that sentence was weird. XD
I also watched some of that academic thing, but I didn’t like that whole restart feel… oh and I didn’t even LOOK at the ones that had those weird bike things. :p
So witch one of these is that Abridged thing? 😀
I think the first one. Did it have Bandit Keith from America, and Brooklyn Rage, and the “Attention Duelists!” guy with the hair?
I did one better. I watched the YGOTAS with Japanese subtitles. It’s a riot. Never thought Little Karibou’s work could be improved upon.
Is it comprehensible to people whose knowledge of Japanese consists entirely of words overheard in anime like “mirai” and “taihen?”
No. I find reading much, much harder than spoken language – it’s full of kanji and I need to pause all the time to look them up. It’s the old LK soundtrack though, not fandub.
I don’t understand the last panel. I want to laugh, but I don’t understand.
The girl in the last panel is from Yu-gi-oh: a show that, much like My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, is all about friendship.
Now that I have explained the joke, it is funny! You may laugh now.
*Cues laughter* Ahahahahahahahahaha! Friendship is so funny. It’s like a big boat in the ocean with your friends on it, but then you have to worry about the friend pirates coming.
Thanks for explaining it, I didn’t get it either. Yu-Gi-Oh is mostly thought about magical fighting and ridiculous censorship. If I wanted to select a show about friendship, I would have chosen Railgun.
I expect you’re right. Apart from the Abridged Series, I have never seen Yu-Gi-Oh, and I should have known better than to ask Tea what it’s about.
Hurray for ponies! And girls! And awkwardness!
Thanks for the comment, Jenny. It reminded me to add the “awkward” tag to this post. 🙂
keep it up jackson!!
The references went right over my head, but this sounds like what I’m about to do in real life. I hope I have a cute-feelgood-pony-wearing-a-cowboy-hat friend like that to cheer me up. As it is, that the friend I’m about to alienate. Help me dr. Phil!
Hold your horses, Anonymous! I know it sounds hard, but I think the best thing to do is to hold off on telling your friend how you feel. Just focus on being a good friend to her. In addition to preserving a friendship that you really care about, this gives you more time to gauge if she views you as just a friend, or if she’s showing any additional interest in you. It may be useful to ask a trustworthy friend of hers what she thinks of you.
Hope this helps!
Aw…Sugarcube! I think any friend of hers will tell her Anonymous was wanting to know what she thinks of him.
Wait…YuGiOh Abridged?! Alongside MLP, anime, Audiosurf, and Vocaloids, plus how you’ve criticized things up until now…
…Ca-Can I be your friend Jackson?
To better explain that last panel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LHEknLffaA and the first 22 seconds of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSqkRU8V2iA
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