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King Kong Will Never Die!

It’s been a couple of weeks since we all enjoyed Godzilla vs. Kong, so how about one last bit of related joy with the Tell It Animated video for King Kong!

I love these things. The creator has a lot of talent and really found a fun niche. They’ve got a Patreon. They post some fun videos. I hope they are doing well in their chosen niftiness.

There are a lot of options still to go, I would think. As always, my suggestion for a future video is Robin! There are a bunch of live action Robins and Nightwings to choose from.

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Let’s Look at Wonder Woman, Animated

Your favorite internet animator and mine — Tell It Animated — is back with Wonder Woman! I love this dude’s videos and I love sharing them on my blog, to spread the word as far and wide as I can. This one is another corker.

Another great job! This guy has really found a nifty niche, and I hope he’s having fun and finding success!

As for what he should do next, a lot of people are requesting a King Kong video, but surely that’s not going to be very fun, right? Just a bunch of drawings of the same gorilla?

I suggest he do Robin! He’s already got a Batman video, so why not complete the Dynamic Duo? Robin was in just as many black and white serials as Batman back in the day, then you’ve got the 1960s TV show, the Chris O’Donnell Robin from the movies, the Robin costume from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and now the various Robin/Nightwing costumes on the live action Titans. Sounds like a good video to me!

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The Many Looks of Robocop

Your favorite and mine, the Tell It Animated guy, returns with a new Robocop episode! Turns out, everybody’s favorite law enforcement cyborg has had a couple of different looks over the years.

Does anybody else remember that Robocop animated show from 1998-1999? It was called Robocop: Alpha Commando. It’s the one in the video with the really tall shoulders. I watched that show! It was about Robocop in the future and it was…honestly, I don’t know how it was. I have no memory of the episodes or the storylines or the style. I know there was a female cop partner, but that’s about it. Wild, man, wild!

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A Bunch of Draculas, Animated

There are a bajillion draculas out there in the world. Thankfully, they’re all in movies, so the threat isn’t real. But there’s enough to kick off a fun Tell It Animated adventure!

I think it’d be fun for the Tell It Animated guy to do a whole series on movie Draculas. And then movie Frankensteins. Movie mummies, maybe? There are plenty of characters. He’s not going to run out anytime soon.

My recommendation? Minor Avengers. The Black Widow movie is coming out soon enough, so do an episode about her and throw in the likes of Hawkeye, Ant-Man, Doctor Strange, War Machine and others that probably couldn’t fill a whole episode themselves!

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Check Out Them There Killer Klowns From Outer Space, Animated

Having run out of horror movie characters with evolving looks, it seems the Tell It Animated dude has moved on to something new: showcasing all of the Killer Klowns from Outer Space. I’d say he does a pretty good job.

I’ve never gotten around to seeing Killer Klowns from Outer Space. I understand it’s a cult classic. I had no idea there were this many Klowns, though clearly some are just mixed and matched. Still, good on the Tell It Animated guy for finding new things to do with his art.

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