Into The Garden Talkback (Day 2 Encore)
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You guys... Into the Garden is about to air right now... 3:30PM/15:30 on the west coast and if you have a cable subscription with a stream, you can watch the west coast feed.
Could we discuss this? I've never seen it ever but I know /co/ seems to really love it so why not check it out. I want to watch it now since its airing and I can catch it.
Ready? Lets watch. The Old Grist Mill is airing right now!
It's 'Over the Garden Wall', mang
I made my sister watch this with me last night when it was on. She didn't start paying attention till the Pottsfield citizens showed up and her focus was off and on until then, but she said she really enjoyed it.
My brother walked in during Greg's acid trip episode.
Either way, it was awesome the second time. Probably going to buy the whole series on iTunes soon.
you could also just watch an illegal stream
the werewolf almost ate them!!
I really loved it and ended up using an iTunes giftcard I got to buy it. Also that tribute to Flescher studios was great.
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>tfw no Over the Garden Wall on VHS
Man the first episode was awesome. Whoever made those background stars and the moon... holy fuck so much effort I really appreciated it even if it was just a few seconds. The artwork seems to be on par with amazing for it so far!
The bird seems very nice too.
The music is another highlight - it becomes more noticeable later, around the third episode on.
Also, when you listen to the background music, notice that the clarinet has the melody in a lot of it. That'll have minor significance later on.
>>68471315>VHS>Not Laser Disc
wwhy is shrek piss
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I like Greg. He's a loving brother that forgives Wirt even when he treats him like shit.
Have a doodle
Someone else noted that if CN/whoever ever do release a soundtrack, they are morally obligated to release it on cassette tape.
I'm digging the shit out of the backgrounds. Who/which animation house did the drawings for this? Besides the obvious stellar voice acting cast that we already knew about, this is pretty awesome. I'm noting now to keep a highlight of the music and the clarinet. 2nd episode music was awesome and reminded me so much of Milo And Otis... also a fantastic movie with great music.>>68471315
I have a VCR. Need to connect it to my TV to record stuff like this and Regular Show to say I own this stuff on VHS!
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the series is so comfy as hell and the beginning violin/string music puts me on the verge of tears for some reason... it reminds me of Milo and Otis I think the classical piece they used was something by Franz Liszt I don't remember the name but it seems that this one in particular influenced this series and I love it.
That line was great..
"I just wanted to have fun and change the world"
The backgrounds were done in-house at CN Studios: http://jasonfunderburker.tumblr.com
>Tfw I can't own my own copy of the soundtrack on vinyl
I want it so bad /co/, but apparently it was only made for people who worked on the show
It wasn't the soundtrack, just a old timey read-a-long storybook deal
That's because Greg will never ever give up. If Wirt is mad at him he'll just keep loving his brother until he gets over it.
My mistake... in >>68471873
I meant to say that the track (I just found it) was Serenade by Franz Schubert https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3UzgFIWlN0
Whats the point of contracting work overseas if they can make masterpieces like that? Clearly they can make superior stuff in the US, in house, if what you're saying is true. THe art quality is incredible
wwwwwttttffff??? does one exist? I want one too
yeah we /mu/ here but that would be so fun to own one.
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RUN /co/! A RUSTLED GORILLA IS ON THE LOOSE!
>>68472156>Whats the point of contracting work overseas if they can make masterpieces like that?
For most cartoons (at least CN Studios and Disney stuff) only the animation itself is outsourced. All the pre-production stuff (backgrounds, storyboard/animatics, etc.) is done in-house.
Beatrice is fucking hilarious. Her VA's line delivery is flawless, I just love how fed up with everything she always sounds.
I rewatched this. This time, with someone that kept asking questions. They just had no ability to watch something unfold, wanted every detail explained to them, and kept themselves frustrated in the constant thought that every line of dialogue was some kind of sermon that advocated whatever angry or snarky attitude it contained.
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What episode does Tim Curry
he was Captain Hook on Peter Pan and the Pirates from the 90s come in? Shouldn't he be in this series too?
well i fucked that up. but it's over right, nobody new is here?
Episode 7, but he's a pretty prominent character in that episode.
Wirt has seen Jason in the gym shower. He's the biggest threat on campus, and the stuff of nightmares.
I loved the buildup of Jason Funderberker. The real one, i mean.
Wirt makes him sound like the king of the school, most popular guy in class, captain of the makeout team
Then we see he's...not.
Supposedly some people are watching for the first time.
I mean, Jason Funderberker being a dork isn't exactly the biggest surprise in episode 9.
This thread was made an hour ago
We are an hour into the best coast airing
Yeah me. I'm new, I think theres a few others. Sadly there were people who I think ruined the ending but I'm discarding what I maybe
have heard and watching it for the first time. I wasn't able to watch it the first week and yesterday so I'm glad they're airing it today. Its pretty amazing so far!
A lot of people got spoiled before they got to watch it. It's still worth finishing, even if you did.
What was the deal with the thing with the rainstorm over his head during the cloud city part? The one that appears when Greg asks if there are any more reception committee's .
That's one of the things I don't think we know. Same with the leaf at the end of E2 being focused on.
It was just a grumpy individual, with no required special meaning or purpose.
the series gets better and better with every episode
9 and 10 are the best
I think it's just that it hits a low point in 3 and takes a while to get back up
What's the matter with 3?
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There's not a single bad episode in the series, I say.
I think it was just to emphasize that the trees were losing their leaves, winter was coming. Everything dies.
Who let this bird in the thread? That's bad luck!
Winter doesn't come to the Unknown until the "Where are they now" bit at the end of E10, though.
The school's kinda boring compared to the other adventures
The few chapters after that aren't that exciting either, for the most part
Not them, but three is kind of a low point coming off of two. To me it felt more cartoony, less folktale, and I like the folktale stuff more.
It doesn't all have to be scary/exciting, though.
I'll grant that E3 might be a lowpoint, though it does have 2 great songs. But the Tavern ep is really cool, as is the riverboat one.
Yeah, the boat is where it really starts to pick up again
Though I can't really agree with you about the tavern, aside from the subtle character development and the end part with the woodsman, there's not much there other than filler
I don't think they even did any kind of segway into the next chapter like they usually do
The tavern ep is notably missing a segue, that's true.
But the tavernspeople just struck me as so interesting. The Highwayman alone is so fun.
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This had to be one of the best twists in the series.
The only thing that struck me about the highwayman was that the he was singing over the theme song, and I still can't decide whether that's clever or lazy
It's pretty good, but does it really compare to all the stuff in E9?
9 had no skeletons
It had the perfect opportunity for skeletons, too
Wasn't Sara a skeleton?
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Almost near the end. Chapter 8 just started.. I think I know from life experience and also with
the spolers how the series is going to end. If so, its very interesting how the first few episodes got there.
And that said, I know its almost there and the series is fun but
my sleeping pills are kicking in and I'm trying to stay awake. Was Tim Curry that old woman in The Ringing of the Bell?
Astral Projection scene in Babes in the Wood was fucking amazing especially when you can lucid dream and really have a good night of sleep. I'm pretty sure this is what the series is doing and where its going but I've never seen a cartoon or animation series do anything on the amazingness of sleeping/lucid dreaming/astral projection. Please don't spoil it for me yet if I'm right or for the others.
Also, isn't Babes in the Wood the original book/writing where this came from?
What is the twist? I don't get it.
Oh, she did look vaguely like a skeleton, didn't she
I didn't really think about that
Auntie Whispers? Yeah, that was him.
I love how the teenagers actually act like teenagers. Wirt is one of the best written teenage characters I've ever seen.
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oh shit I didn't notice this before
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Yup! I thought if anything that would be him. Has been ages since I heard his voice but that would seemed like it!
A girl named
broke me as a human being so I could relate to that last episode,
breaking and smashing everything, then changing yourself. Even the music and also a terrible incident at a Halloween party
So was episode 9 just an episode of
Wirtâs dream and how he could try and fix and reconcile problems in his subconscious? Was that Gregâs dream to try and fix it and why he was âdeadâ and letting the vines and nature take over him while he slept? He was âdeadâ inside but his brotherâs dream was to try and make him alive again? It also seems weird the time frame vastly changing from the fantasy realm to going back to high school. I had a very similar experience too and it almost made me âdeadâ but it made me a better person and regardless of all that, sleeping and astral projection is awesome and a good way to overcome problems from the past like that. Maybe if they keep the series going on, theyâll do something that shows Wirt and Gregâs skill of lucid dreaming and astral projection?
The vines wrapped around Wirt because The Beast only has claim to those that give up. After what happened with Beatrice Wirt lost all hope that he would ever get himself and his brother home, so he started to becoming a Edlewood Tree.
Greg switch places with him because he thought it was his fault they were lost, even though the flashback in 9 shows that it was Wirts.
In the eighth circle of hell, the suicides become twisted bleeding trees.
just something to think about
The woman was probably in the adjacent grave.
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the vines symbolized apathy and death since apathy = death and he was pretending to sleep in the woods since he didn't want to pursue Sara anymore and he'd given up and created that fantasy world they were all living in (for a time) and when they became the heroes of the dreamland. Like in sleep, and even better when you can lucid dream, you become the hero of your own world or you retreat to a world where things are safer and you make a twisted reality to hide or shield any pain in your conscious world and the subconscious realm is a nice place to go (without dying) where you experience a temporary paradise [and wasn't that what the ending was? They all realized it was bullshit and they needed to go back and face their fears so when Beatrice decided to face the scissors, she went back to her family, Wirt decided to face Sara and the fear of himself, and the old man from the mill decided to burn out the lantern thus escaping from sleep/somewhat when you're asleep, you see something that scares you and you know you're having a nightmare, then you turn around realize its all a dream, then face your fear, go lcuid, and you can insert any badass ending (e.g. if you think of having your arm turn into a machine gun it happens then you blast the nightmare away and the rest of your dream is happy until you wake up?]
Thats what I got out of it from loads of personal experience and discussion with others. Plus, I heard the ending was spoilered so many times but I didn't think it would be THAT awesome despite giving the ending away. I started to cry at the very last sequence of the last episode. This was such an amazing series and yet again, /co/'s recommendations are spot on! I'm just glad I was finally able to catch the series and hopefully others too, today who weren't able to see it before!
Wouldn't the fact that Greg's a thief mean that he may be the reason why they're in Hell?
I need to read The Divine Comedy again.... I remember the 6th was the City of Dis and the dead entombed again... I can't remember the 8th... all I remember was that
the 13th layer was the demon with 3 heads of the betrayers and it was cold and snowy from the dragon flapping its wings causing the heat to be extinguished. I see where you're going though and its a great point to think about, especially when the lantern becomes extinguished and The Beast freaks out.
8th is the violent. The suicides committed violence against self.
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Forgive me if this hasn't been brought up before for this series but yeah, >>68474336
has an excellent point about The Divine Comedy/Dante's Inferno. Going to the store to pick up supplies then I'm going to read it before bed, maybe trigger
a lucid dream and fight something from my subconscious
as well as get through most, if not all of the book and re-learn each layer of Hell. Here it is if anyone else wants to read it from Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/8800/8800-h/8800-h.htm
This series absolutely has parallels to it and seeing all the episodes/chapters, I can see how it all ties in... both began with travelers getting lost in the woods and going through a crazy experience. High five from the universe for you for pointing this out and telling us to rediscover both!
They're in the wrong circle for that to be the case.
thieves were 1st or 3rd circle right? wasn't "0" limbo then #1 was all the thieves and robberies?
Plus the whole narrative is about Wirt learning to own up to his problems and not blame them on outside forces, like the Woodsman tells him in chapter 1. It'd be a pretty stupid hell narrative if it didn't focus on the crime that put them there at all untill the last second.
were the ratings from saturday published? when this series first aired the ratings were atrocious and this series was totally underrated and the numbers were surprising. plus, directv was fighting with cn so they lost lots of viewers. i hope cn considers this a success and renews it. i was blown away this weekend
It's called a twist. We didn't know that Greg was a sinner. You can learn about yourself from any journey, this one just may have been caused by Greg. It could have pulled him in for his sin and Wirt as well since, as the woodsman said, he is responsible for him.
>>68476571>i hope cn considers this a success
Yes, more risky animated miniseries, please>and renews it
what didn't you like? have you actually seen it? i thought it seemed weird reading about it and after the first airing but holy fuck it was amazing
I thought it was great, but honestly I'd rather leave a good thing be and let 'animated miniseries' be a thing that CN starts to do, allowing there be to be separate, finite stories with unique visual styles than the usual lineup.
If a sequel series were announced, of course I'd be excited, but it always runs the risk not living up to the original/milking it for all it's worth ala AT.
Alright people, Over the Garden Wall 2 is in the works! I spoke to Patrick McHale earlier today, and according to him, CN has approved of a sequel. Not much information is known, but he has revealed that OTGW 2 will focus on Wirt and Greg's relationships with their parents, and Wirt's dad. Much like how OTGW elaborated on their brotherly connections. It will take place five years after the original series.
I dunno when CN will actually reveal it, but it's definitely coming.
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Whats he basing this on, who are you, how reliable are you, did you record the conversation or anything? I'm definitely interested but as Reagan once said... "doveyai, no proveyai"
trust... but verify! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=As6y5eI01XE
and how'd you meet him and are you sure it was actually him? are you i Los Angeles or something?