SOTSM gains access to a tranche of classified cartoons and disseminates them wantonly to the listening public! Award -winning animators lend their talents to the war effort in Private Snafu; the next crop of young recruits show off their skills to recount The Legend Of Pipi; and an unexploded ordinance marked too hot for TV is carefully examined lest we are exposed to The Best Of The Worst Cartoons. It’s for your ears only!
Category Archives: Sublimations
#9: Sublimations feat. Genndy Tartakovsy’s Popeye, Ramayana and Phil Tippett’s Mad God
Everything old is new again! Genndy Tartakovsky is back on a hot streak though the sparks of past ambitions smoulder with the recent divulging of an extensive animatic for his cancelled Popeye film. Here & now the second series of Primal is off to a savagely satisfying start; toyetic tangents on The Animist and Starscream OVA; India/Japan co-pro Ramayana: The Legend Of Prince Rama appears to mortalkind for a commemorative new release; and a more disgusting deity descends after 30 years as renowned stop-motion animator Phil Tippett summons a Mad God.
#7: Sublimations feat. Yu-Gi-Oh!, Scavengers Reign and Tigtone
Like a pharaoh of antiquity a great man departs our mortal plane before his time, yet leaves behind a magnificent legacy that will endure for generations. Niall and Dwayne bid farewell to Yu-Gi-Oh creator Kazuki Takahashi, a key player in getting this friendship together and ergo without whom this show might never have happened! A sci-fi survival short is embiggened as the forthcoming Scavengers Reign; a-questing we will go into the unhinged fantasy world of Tigtone; and surprising nobody Dwayne watches new cartoons about old Star Trek rendered in an even older style. A curse upon all who break the seal of the following download link!
#4: Sublimations feat. Brave Police J Decker, Cartoon Cartoons and The Memory Of Gilbert Gottfried
Tragedy strikes SOTSM as voice of a generation Gilbert Gottfried departs our mortal plane and thus much time is spent on defining roles and bad impressions. Niall relates his hunt for Bruce Lee impersonators in the world of anime and tracks down his man with some help from Brave Police J Decker, while Dwayne ponders the whereabouts of obscure animators and finds the message of hope that’s eluded Star Trek in recent years in The Lower Decks of all places.
#3: Sublimations feat. Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, M.O.D.O.K. and The Far Side
Overflowing with enthusiasm/lacking in focus as we are wont to be, an outlet is needed to digress on those many compact cartoon curios that may not make their way to a full bore recording. Thus our Sublimations to that effect, including a catch-up with the cunning Kaguya-sama: Love Is War ahead of its third series; the rising fortunes of Youtube satirist Joel Haver; M.O.D.O.K. is A-OK; and a perilous journey over to The Far Side. My my, isn’t that cute?