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Conan Loses A Bet! The Diapered Ballerina! by SDCharm
Conan Loses A Bet! The Diapered Ballerina!
Conan Edogawa used to be a High School Detective by a different name. With how his life has gone he doesn't feel like his position could ever truly become any less degrading but low and behold, he just had to challenge Ai Haibara and take her up on a silly bet. Seemed she was out for a bit more of his dignity. Understandably, since he's so smart. Taking advantage of someone like that can be a big feather in your cap. Turns out it's a lot easier then previously suggested though since, despite his confidence, whatever they were betting on didn't go his way. At all. 

Here he is. The Diapered Ballerina, Conan Edogawa, preforming a twirl for your amusement while singing a classic musical number.
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Don't do drugs kids. Spongebob's gotcha covered.



The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
~ Paramount Pictures

This is the absolute best new Spongebob related thing I've seen in quite a long time.

Let me tell you all a little something about my favorite undersea sponge. His show has suffered from a case of Seasonal Rot thanks to being manipulated and squeezed dry by Nickelodeon executives to the point of barely resembling who he once was anymore. He'll have a few decent episodes every once in a while but a lot of them end up being infamous for how bad they are or how much they miss the point of the original spirit of the series. I do plan on talking about those one day. Here though, I have to say this, they got completely different writers then the ones working on the current show for this movie. Who did they get? The guys who knew what the hell they were doing with Spongebob way back when of course. Surprise, surprise, They managed to make a good movie.

There's something I feel you all should know going into this movie first and foremost though. The movie couldn't escape from being something that the people who marketed it couldn't help but try and lie to you about. If you've seen the trailers then you know the movie is called "Sponge Out of Water" with the gang on land in a bit of a new Superhero concept going for it. For anyone whose disappointed by the life-action aspect of it, don't be. The trailers lied to you.

The "Out of Water" in this movie is only in the last third of the movie. The rest of it is entirely in the traditional 2-D animation you'd normally expect it to be. That gave me a substantial amount of respect for the film itself. I do have to wonder if the marketing team thought it made sense to make it seem like it was mostly life-action. Perhaps they were trying to justify calling it "Sponge Out of Water". After having seen the movie, it doesn't seem like that being the major focus isn't as pronounced as it was made out to be.

Instead, what's pronounced is the drugs. All of the drugs. Get ready to go on a trip because this movie was crazy. You're going to see a ton of colors and surreal images that'll make you think you're on acid. If you're not, I'm certain the screen found some way to inject it into your system through your eyes. It feels great though. You really can't help but enjoy how well animated and out of control everything is.

The basic premise without spoiling too much is that HEY, Plankton wants to steal the formula again. He almost manages to do it too but when he and Spongebob are fighting over it... it just disappears. Without a formula there's no Krabby Patties because not only did they run out but it's so secret that Spongebob wasn't allowed to commit it to memory. So then the apocalypse happens. All of this turns out to have been set in motion somehow by Antonio Banderas, who plays the Pirate Burger Beard.

Burger Beard. I fucking love it.

That's basically the jist of things. The majority of the movie is really just a cleverly outlined team-up between our main hero and someone rather unexpected. As you go through it you do start to realize how much funnier they're managing to be on their own without being offensive or resorting to padding like the newer Spongebob episodes (and Family Guy) tend to be. All of it really does make it seem like things have become fully realized and they take advantage of every creative aspect they've put into the movie rather well.

While it's an enjoyably good movie, I can't say that it's an all around fantastic one. A lot of its problems do admittedly come from a few pacing issues for me. At points I began to wonder if certain detours they were taking were actually necessary to further the plot. It ended up being okay though because not only were they funny but they actually did end up serving the plot. Also, a lot of the things that do happen, while certainly extremely memorable and out there, do lack a certain punch that I felt the first movie had done a lot better in some area. It's rather noticeable how much more serious everything was in the first movie compared to this one where it's obvious they were focusing strictly on the jokes. Now that's fine and all, as I said it was very funny, but as a movie it can be a little hard not to notice. Sometimes that can land the risk of making your movie seem like an extended episode of the show rather then its own special event. Now they managed to avoid that, and thank goodness they did, but there were times where I worried they might not have.

All in all, it was a great experience and the ending really did a good job of making you feel good; like I was a kid again. I couldn't help but smile. It was a massive relief seeing this thing with my little sister in the theater. We had a good time. I hope you all manage to squeeze enjoyment from this as well.

Kenta Yumiya: Yu's Revenge Diaper Wedgie! by SDCharm
Kenta Yumiya: Yu's Revenge Diaper Wedgie!
Ah yes, the saga continues! Well, it seems like things have come rather full-circle for young Kenta here.

Kenta felt rather large and in charge after taking it to Yu Tendo for exposing him in front of millions like that. His revenge did pretty much the same thing but worse. He coasted off of that for a bit, getting only a passing amount of ridicule for the first incident here and there but he felt like if nothing else happened he could ride off of his revenge to balance out how good he could look. He'd never get that old image back but this helped.

Yu wasn't going to let that happen though. In the hallway at the school, Kenta was going towards his locker, chewing on some bubble-gum, one day to see if he had left his homework in there. Their lockers were rather small and it was hard to keep track of things in there so he kept his diapers inside of them. Well, Yu managed to finally catch him at his most vulnerable in the crowded intersection between classes. Driven by revenge Yu managed to pants Kenta once again among a significant amount of people! With his diaper exposed again, Kenta began to freak out. He knew something horrible was about to happen and he tried to scramble away. His running start was extremely sloopy and his legs went a bit crossed though. It gave Yu ample time to give him the mother of all diaper wedgies! Yu heard Kenta cry out in embarrassment and reached over to pluck the gum from his mouth, slapping it onto his hair and watching Kenta scramble to get it out, which only made it spread and get worse!

Not even content with that, he followed through with a prepared bottle of itching powder right down the inside of it. He'd likely use the whole thing before it was over. Letting it go and seeing it snap against his bottom while he watched Kenta scratch all around the inside of his diaper, crying, blushing, and doing a humiliated pee pee dance in front of the crowd just made it even more apparent how big of a mess he Yu was determined to force Kenta to make in them next. 

"Let's see how many more people I can get to see you THIS time." Were Yu's words as he kickstarted his revenge. 

This is only a picture of the initial wedgie. All that other stuff I don't intend to draw. However, you may see someone post a story about it sometime in the near future. Until my next post everyone.
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My little sister wanted me to take her to see another movie. This one is quite a bit different from the last one she wanted me to see with her though. Even so, I saw it. Time to review it.



Project Almanac
    - Paramount Pictures

You guys ever go to see a movie and end up liking it but after spending some time looking into what you've just seen you're left not knowing if it was actually as good as you initially thought it was? I do believe that's this movie. 

First and foremost, I'd like to let it be known that I still rather enjoyed this for what its worth. However, I think one of the big reasons why might be because I don't go to see too many non-animated movies, much less movies about time travel. As such, the cliches surrounding telling a story like this alluded me a lot more and I was able to focus a lot easier on the positives this movie has. 

Project Almanac is basically a movie about a really smart teenage guy, his two friends, his sister, and his love interest initially trying to get their main lead into a prestigious college right before they basically discover the plans to build a Time Machine in his father's basement. Without spoiling too much, they use it in the exact manner you'd expect a bunch of teenagers to use it before something goes wrong that's the result of one character's misguided attempt at remaining happy. That's all I'll say though.

One of the great things about this movie is that all the characters are really likable. There's no one in this cast I think you'll outright hate and the movie does a good job of making them all feel like genuine friends. There's no asshole in their group whose just there to be the unnecessary parallel towards the main heroes and there's no cheap twist where one of them turns out to be evil and uses the Time Machine for evil purposes and shit. There's none of that. 

Really the synopsis of the movie could pretty much be done in an entire paragraph. That's not too bad of a thing since they did make good use of their time explaining to us how it worked and showing us the (dangerous) processes they used to get us to the particular point of time travel. I do like the fact that they don't just build a time machine and it works on the spot. At first it seems like it's a pretty good amount of time spent on it.

Then the ripple effect starts to take place, which I hear is a cliche in standard time travel movies, and you start to realize just how much time was spent on it. It's a bit of a detriment to this movie that they spent so much time explaining the scientific voodoo behind what was going on. It never exhausted me personally but it did hit a point where I began to notice it would easily exhaust people far less patient then me. Not only that, they reportedly don't really do much of anything of considerable interest once they do have the time machine.

I mean, I had a ton of fun playing out my fantasies by watching these teenagers play out theirs. It was great. I wasn't bothered by watching them have fun. However, when you look at it from a narrative perspective it kind of only really works if you're the kind of person who wouldn't mind that since it takes up a significantly large chunk of the movie. 

The movie can basically be separated into three parts; the scientific set-up in the beginning third, the actual time travel fun they have, and the Holy-Shit-Everything's-Going-Wrong finale at the end. I won't spoil what happens. Just know that I did find what this character did to cause this to be a little stupid. I was even telling my little sister all the things he could have done instead to make sure he avoided the situation he was in now and she agreed with me.

At the beginning I did a huge groan of despair when I saw "MTV Films" in the credits and told her that this had better be a good movie. She laughed. I was also shocked at the end when I saw Michael Bay get a producer credit. The movie had three directors with Andrew Form, Bradley Fuller, and Michael Bay. Not only that but it also had two writers. It's a little baffling that this movie had three directors and two writers and they weren't able to come up with a bit more then this.

The only other stand out element of this movie is that it's a found footage movie. Yeah, with shaky-cam and everything. The main lead's sister is the one who mostly has the camera and they're documenting it for the future just in case things don't go right. The camera has a double meaning in the movie but that's at the end and it's a little confusing and shakes the morality of the lesson they learned a bit if I'm interpreting things right. The shaky-cam wasn't bad or intrusive. It was certainly a lot better then Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen where I couldn't see SHIT.

... Wait, that wasn't a found footage, shaky-cam movie? Someone must have forgot to tell that to Michael Bay the fucking id-

Anyway, the movie was okay. It's not something that's gonna change your life or anything so I wouldn't waste too much time investing in it. 
Don't do drugs kids. Spongebob's gotcha covered.



The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
~ Paramount Pictures

This is the absolute best new Spongebob related thing I've seen in quite a long time.

Let me tell you all a little something about my favorite undersea sponge. His show has suffered from a case of Seasonal Rot thanks to being manipulated and squeezed dry by Nickelodeon executives to the point of barely resembling who he once was anymore. He'll have a few decent episodes every once in a while but a lot of them end up being infamous for how bad they are or how much they miss the point of the original spirit of the series. I do plan on talking about those one day. Here though, I have to say this, they got completely different writers then the ones working on the current show for this movie. Who did they get? The guys who knew what the hell they were doing with Spongebob way back when of course. Surprise, surprise, They managed to make a good movie.

There's something I feel you all should know going into this movie first and foremost though. The movie couldn't escape from being something that the people who marketed it couldn't help but try and lie to you about. If you've seen the trailers then you know the movie is called "Sponge Out of Water" with the gang on land in a bit of a new Superhero concept going for it. For anyone whose disappointed by the life-action aspect of it, don't be. The trailers lied to you.

The "Out of Water" in this movie is only in the last third of the movie. The rest of it is entirely in the traditional 2-D animation you'd normally expect it to be. That gave me a substantial amount of respect for the film itself. I do have to wonder if the marketing team thought it made sense to make it seem like it was mostly life-action. Perhaps they were trying to justify calling it "Sponge Out of Water". After having seen the movie, it doesn't seem like that being the major focus isn't as pronounced as it was made out to be.

Instead, what's pronounced is the drugs. All of the drugs. Get ready to go on a trip because this movie was crazy. You're going to see a ton of colors and surreal images that'll make you think you're on acid. If you're not, I'm certain the screen found some way to inject it into your system through your eyes. It feels great though. You really can't help but enjoy how well animated and out of control everything is.

The basic premise without spoiling too much is that HEY, Plankton wants to steal the formula again. He almost manages to do it too but when he and Spongebob are fighting over it... it just disappears. Without a formula there's no Krabby Patties because not only did they run out but it's so secret that Spongebob wasn't allowed to commit it to memory. So then the apocalypse happens. All of this turns out to have been set in motion somehow by Antonio Banderas, who plays the Pirate Burger Beard.

Burger Beard. I fucking love it.

That's basically the jist of things. The majority of the movie is really just a cleverly outlined team-up between our main hero and someone rather unexpected. As you go through it you do start to realize how much funnier they're managing to be on their own without being offensive or resorting to padding like the newer Spongebob episodes (and Family Guy) tend to be. All of it really does make it seem like things have become fully realized and they take advantage of every creative aspect they've put into the movie rather well.

While it's an enjoyably good movie, I can't say that it's an all around fantastic one. A lot of its problems do admittedly come from a few pacing issues for me. At points I began to wonder if certain detours they were taking were actually necessary to further the plot. It ended up being okay though because not only were they funny but they actually did end up serving the plot. Also, a lot of the things that do happen, while certainly extremely memorable and out there, do lack a certain punch that I felt the first movie had done a lot better in some area. It's rather noticeable how much more serious everything was in the first movie compared to this one where it's obvious they were focusing strictly on the jokes. Now that's fine and all, as I said it was very funny, but as a movie it can be a little hard not to notice. Sometimes that can land the risk of making your movie seem like an extended episode of the show rather then its own special event. Now they managed to avoid that, and thank goodness they did, but there were times where I worried they might not have.

All in all, it was a great experience and the ending really did a good job of making you feel good; like I was a kid again. I couldn't help but smile. It was a massive relief seeing this thing with my little sister in the theater. We had a good time. I hope you all manage to squeeze enjoyment from this as well.

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Foxy Intensifies Chat Icon that why the he always tails victim of bullyingTails Sprite Animation 1 
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Also can u do more beyblade with Kenta and Yu in a diaper again. Please.
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spartan38 Featured By Owner Edited Feb 7, 2015  New member
Can u do more of digemon Tk and Tommy in a diaper? It's really funny. :) (Smile) 
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Hey sdcharm I wanted to know do you do request because I wanted you to make me a photo I hope you accept I wait for a comment back plz accept
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No, I don't take requests anymore. Sorry.
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OK thx but do you know someone that can draw a photo for me
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Not really. Maybe if you ask around you could find someone.
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I released my story for your Kenta's Revenge: Diapering Yu (Request) by SDCharm drawing.
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Cool. I've got some stuff to finish myself.
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:D Good luck!
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