I'm not certain on the source, but I don't think they were named after any contributors.nwt000 wrote:I would venture to guess the latter.Big-Will wrote: Related question: are Lisa Akimoto, Kelly Zhou, and Heather Nishimura the names of the artists behind the pieces associated with those names, or just random representations of Asian-Americans.
This made me laugh so hard! The echoes of the core of unpolished SP humour at it's best!kfgg wrote:I can't imagine getting a call from my boss asking for such a thing though. And on such a short deadline.nall wrote:By the way, getting a call from your boss that they "need yaoi fan art of Tweek and Craig asap" is a really, really bizarre experience.
Though it's not the first time SP has a Japcrap theme, "Good times with weapons" and the Chinpokomon preceded, and "Titties and dragons" not to forget
I really really hope for a Japcrap themed SP game one day
i'd say it is a 9/10 episode. it could have been a 10/10, but cartman masturbating was a bit over the top imho.
also, i wish the world was so open and tolerant to gay people like the town of South Park, where even the "they took my job" redneck and the catholic priest are happy for tweek and craig.
I love how they just played on pairings that other fans have been posting about. Best. Episode. Ever. LOL
And it's really bizarre to see Stan and Kyle representing the rational side not taking dominance in recent episodes.
why do tweek and craig keep getting money?
There's a lot going on but nothing feels like it's too much or not enough, I think, although I feel Cartman's character arc here is a little too close to Mr. Garrison's arc over fifteen years ago, and there was a strong argument against making Cartman homosexual until this week... nonetheless, a lot of the scenes with the arc are well-done and Liane's reaction is absolutely priceless.
All in all, a crazy episode but a good one!
Also the artwork was awesome; on Tumblr I follow two of the fan-artists whose works were in the episode, and I admit I "sqeee'd" when I saw their works on-screen. Plus the storyboard artists' works were amazing, as well (and I love the concept art!). I thought the way the show handled poking fun at shipper art was hilarious; they didn't seem to be bashing the fandom at all but rather acknowledged it, not to mention having people submit their art was a great way of letting the fandom participate in the show, in a way. So yeah, two thumbs up!
I RT'd most of those tweets last week.nall wrote:BTW, as a reminder, we've got a Live Tweet at 9:30pm. Check it out!
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