The other day was a roller coaster of TV emotion for me. First I finished the first season of Wakfu, which got surprisingly dark at times and has now one of my favorite villains of all times, Nox. That dude is a wonderful villain. Immediately after, though, I watch this past week’s episode of Supernatural. Now, I’ve supported this show through thick and thin, but I was extremely disappointed by not Slenderman. Sign #1 that the ep was going to be bad was the name: Thinman. I can understand if they couldn’t get the rights to the name Slenderman, but if that’s the case, don’t try to make a cheap knockoff. Just skip it and do something else. #2 was the fact that SPOILER it ended up doing a Scream thing, which they say in the ep, where not Slenderman was two psychos who were killing people. I would have been okay with it if the two guys weren’t exactly the two guys in Scream who were killing people. At least give them a different personality. SPOILER OVER.
Anyway, now I really need a good Nox cosplay. And I might go on a rant about villains next.
I saw this and thought if it could be Indie’s grandkid but hmmm, mark is in opposite side and doesn’t have that other mark in the eye, oh well, it would have been cool though
Yes, I saw and thought it was the coolest thing of all xD
They were educated by the two greatest friendheros in the World of Twelve, it will be cute and awesome with Joris and her :D
Interesting thing about this poster - it was leaked. It’s not the final version.
Ankama Confirms ‘Dofus’ Animated Film Distribution Partnership
ROUBAIX – 7 March 2014 – Ankama and Gebeka Films announced today that they have signed a partnership agreement for the distribution of Ankama’s first animated feature film DOFUS – Book 1: Julith. Produced entirely in France by a single studio that is already well-known for the quality of its productions, the animated film is scheduled to hit cinemas in 2015.
Ankama, which has already produced and directed the successful series WAKFU (2 seasons, 52 episodes of 26 minutes each) and DOFUS: Kerub’s Bazaar (52 episodes of 13 minutes each), will be building on the expertise developed over the last six years to enrich their universe with their first movie, a feature-length cartoon for the whole family.
Reputed for its projects’ graphic style, which combines traditional animation and vector rendering, the studio will remain faithful to all the traits that made it successful: brightly colored visuals in an enchanting world, a storyline that works on several levels, and a lively mixture of comedy, action and adventure. The studio, which is located in France, employs over 100 people who will oversee each step in the film’s production.
“DOFUS – Book 1: Julith is the next stage in our transmedia strategy. The DOFUS adventure, which started over 10 years ago with the online game, is about to enter a whole new dimension with cinema,” said Olivier Comte, Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director of Ankama Group. “This first movie is accessible to everyone, making it a great gateway into our world. Newcomers are sure to be charmed by the beautiful landscapes, the rich detail of a magical world, and the funny, endearing characters, whilst existing fans will be excited to rediscover a familiar universe and spot characters they know well on-screen. This will be a chance for them to learn more about DOFUS and enhance their experience of it!”
DOFUS – Book 1: Julith will be distributed in France by Gebeka films.
DOFUS MOVIE JORIS JORIS JORIS JORIS JOOOORIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS
AAAAAAAAH MY BABY FINALLY