Anonymous Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 04:43:10 No. 4037
Yesterday thanks to some anon I in SU thread I have rediscovered a childhood classic cartoon of mine, Malo Korrigan and the Space Trackers. I just watched the first two episodes and it really does live up to the nostalgia. Also I think I really wasn't mistaken that it was based as fuck: the very first episode has an underlying anti-corporate-imperialism theme, showing corporations muscling out any local competition, treating workers like shit and doing an imperialist genocide, and if I recall correctly, it only gets more based from here. Also the main casts ship has big red star painted on the side for gods sake.
However there is a problem. This show seems to be really obscure (like only 300 people looked for the English first episode obscure). The YouTube channel with English episodes has big gaps between episodes. Then there are some episodes posted on daily motion, but again, with holes. The only full series I found was in French, and I can't understand it, nor have the time to learn. So, can anyone give any tips on how to find the full English version?
Anonymous Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 04:43:10 No. 4038
I could get motivated to translate one episode or two
Anonymous Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 04:43:10 No. 4039
I'd prefer not to exploit a comrade like that. If nothing comes up here I'll try asking the same thing over at 4/co/, though I never used 4chan apart from raiding /pol/, so I don't know if they deal in such topics as finding obscure shows.
Anonymous Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 04:43:10 No. 4043
I was that anon, you're welcome, I didn't see your reply.
Unfortunately I haven't seen the show in a while so the only current online source I can find in the past minute (in english) is Daily Motion. Russian Servers ought to have some torrents though if you check.
>>4039 >exploit a comrade
It's not exploitation is helping one another. He isn't losing anything, is likely enjoying himself and sharing it.
Anonymous Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 04:43:12 No. 4058
Was thinking about Asterix the other day.
Most European representations of Romans in art (films etc) have them as the antagonists while the celts gauls etc are the uncivilised other.
Asterix seems to be one of the few representations where the Romans are the other.