CatDog: Are you a cat or a dog person?
I’m being honest here when I say it’s really hard for me to choose, both are ridiculously awesome. I’ve had a cat ever since ‘05 and I love him to death, plus I do have a somewhat personal bond to him. He always sleeps in my bed for the night (to the point that he legit never goes into his real one nowadays), and he follows me around the house quite a bit. That, and kittens are one of the world’s most adorable treasures.That said all about cats, I do go crazy whenever I’m in in public and I see somebody walking a dog… and it seems like they do to. Whenever I come across a dog they walk around me in circles and wag their tails like “HELLO, NEW PERSON. I LIKE YOU.”. I do wanna get a dog somebody maybe when I move out of state, dunno what breed yet tho’.
Home Movies: Do you make creative projects in your free time?
At the moment, not currently. I used to wayyy back (around 2010-2011) when I used Flipnote Studio, but those were pretty lackluster and Hatena has been shut down so I can’t show them even if I wanted to. I have been having this idea going around in my head recently about a slice-of-life/dramedy story, but I want to get the plot and characters all fully realized first.
Mickey Mouse: Which character do you like better, Mickey or Donald?
Donald, no question about it. I’ve preferred him over Mickey ever since I was a kid. I just like him as a character and his general shtick (his hilarious voice, and how he always seems to get himself into dangerous predicaments to great comedic effect) more than Mickey. I know Mickey’s a hugely iconic character and all and I do like him, but he’s never really struck a chord with me like Donald and the plethora of all the other characters of Mickey & Co.
Pinky and the Brain: Which cartoon spinoff was your favorite?
Dunno if we’re talking about a spin-off of a cartoon or a cartoon spin-off of a live-action show or video games, but I’m just gonna roll with either. Admittedly I haven’t really come to thinking of this before, but if it counts, Batman: The Animated Series. Everything about that show is sooo good. Mark Hamill’s Joker, the music, the art direction and animation (which is pretty good for an animated show), the plots and character development, it indeed rocked.
Sheep in the Big City: Is there a cartoon you wish that got more attention?
Funnily enough, Sheep in the Big City itself. I loved the heck out of that show as a kid, and still do. I loved the show’s humor (particularly it’s brilliant use of breaking the fourth wall, and the spirit of the humor in general is just so wonderfully irreverent) and the characters. Shame it got canned after just two short seasons. Cartoon Network hasn’t even had it released on DVD and even took it off iTunes. I really wish it wasn’t so forgotten amongst Cartoon Network’s vast library of animated shows, because it was really a comedic gem in my eyes. Special mention would have to go to Yin Yang Yo because that show absolutely rocked and it’s also pretty obscure for the most part despite having a pretty healthy run while it was on air. I would also say Clone High but that has a pretty massive cult following nowadays so nah.