The 1990′s X-Men animated series is one of the few superhero cartoons that I’m familiar with, but even if I wasn’t I could still appreciate the work that went into recreating the open in stop motion. Take the jump to view all of the uncanny amount of work that went in to making this astonishing video.
A while ago we featured the Jonny Quest intro done up by Roger Evans as a stop motion animated piece. Now Roger is looking to make a full on stop-motion episode, and is seeking funding through Kickstarter.
Kyle Roberts has some free time on his hands, and decided he would recreate the 1987 open to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon series.
If you’ve been following Major Spoilers all these years, you know we’re big fans of stop motion animation done right. Here’s one we stumbled upon today featuring Street Fighter action figures going at it.
Dude, Cloud and Sephiroth are tearing up your linoleum.
Or – “He’s Back, Dammit!”
I have a confession to make.Â I am an internet nerd.Â I remember BBSes, I played on the USENET years ago, and even had my own brush with Intarweb stardom.Â Once upon a time, I was known on certain minor posting boards as “The LizardÂ King.”Â My claim to mediocre fame was the creation of the “BMF List,” a list of fictional characters who were worthy of carrying Jules Winnfield’s famous wallet from Pulp Fiction, the one that said Bad Mother F&*#er.Â One of the Â earliest entries, indeed the one that I recall as inspiring it all, was a little clay dinosaur named Prickle, friend to Gumby the little clay boy.Â I return now, to the fields of yore, to see if it’s really true that you can never go home again…