Oh ponies, you so derpy
Poor Fluttershy. Did not know what she was getting into.
I remember that movie from my childhood. It was so confusing and terrifying, second only to The Brave Little Toaster for inspiring nightmares and long held mental trauma.
#1: Poor Fluttershy... Watership Down is a pretty good book. Never saw the movie (assuming it exists)#2: Eh... seems a bit forced really.
That 2nd comic is adorable. :DNever watched watership down.…
Love Both of these. Really do like the idea of the reverse yay one though.
@TylendalThe brave little toaster was seriously the most mentally scarring thing ever created by man. Ponies are nice safe ground.
As soon as I saw the movie title, I was all "Fluttershy! NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!"Kickass movie it was, too. But with the cartoons I grew up with, I could handle it (Animals of Farthing Wood, anypony?)
D'aww poor Flootershai D: I dunno what that movie/book's about but now I'll look into it
Poor Fluttershy, never saw it coming....Briiiight eyyyyyyyes, buuuuur-nin' like fire~
@TylendalI watched both of those, the hell are you talking about? I really remember all of Watership Down, but I loved the brave little toaster as a little kid. Along with the land before time.
I'm in my "I should have gone to bed several hours ago." phase of mean-ness... And my first thought was to show Fluttershy this pic.http://www.fugly.com/media/IMAGES/Random/eat_the_cast_of_watership_down.jpg
Watership Down is a movie with anatomically correct cartoon animals who get eaten and buried alive and killed in all sorts of bloody ways.
I bet Angle would of loved the movie.....I just spelled his name wrong didn't I?
Poor poor Fluttershy, luckily she goes evil enchantress after this.As for Rainbow, since when has she had the ability to perform meditation practices? She's kind of hyper but she's not nearly as bad as Pinkie but I didn't think she had the patience to do super quiet meditation.'The Quiet Game' champion of Ponyville should not have asked Rainbow to cheer her on.
saw movie title, was waiting for last panel
Both of these made me lol, now I really wanna watch whatever movie that was to see why there was bunny murder and blood.
Watership Down is a masterpiece of a movie, if you haven't seen it, you should take the time to look it up, it does Exist, and it is wonderful(and if you read the book or haven't already figured it out, bloody)
I'm with Fluttershy on this one!
Meditating Rainbow Dash is quite possibly the best thing I have seen all day....Or, well, come to think of it perhaps not considering the opening gala of the film festival that I was fortunate enough to attend today (*squee!!*), though it certainly receives an honorable mention!
So bunny death = undead FluttershyArise Fluttershy! Arise and shadow this world with your kindness!
I saw Pretty in Pink and flipped out for a second before remembering that I got the title for my fic from a John Hughes movie.
@CTVulpinBelieve me, the movie exists. I saw parts of it as a kid and now refuse to read the book.
My exact reaction to Watership Down when I accidentally rented it at the age of 4.I know what you're going through Fluttershy....
Ah, Watership Down.I religiously watched the TV series when I was a lad...I still remember this one dream about entering a world of rabbits after seeing the first episode.That show made me want a rabbit for a pet.Too bad rabbits have such short lifespans...I miss Wicket...
And this, Fluttershy, is why you read the little reasons for the film's rating on the back of the cover... because there you would've read "For frightening sequences of violence including bloody images."
Fluttershy's face...she needs a hugLoved the reverse yay comic
Awww... poor Fluttershy.I saw the movie when I was like 8 and had the same reaction. Then I watched it again like ten years later and realized that it was actually a really awesome movie :)
Rainbow Dash is Hinduism! Just like me!
And Fluttershy, didn't you read the ratings onthe back of the CD? whether it's mature or safe? Maybe u shouldn't have bought it. I hate that horrible movie though I watched half, it was very disturbing!
#1 reminds me of the time I bought Plague Dogs for my sister because she's a dog person and it was only $3, without reading what the film was actually about.She has still never forgiven me.
Comic #1] Poor Fluttershy. I just want to hug her and calm her down!Comic #2] Hilarious, and Dash's moment of Zen cinched it. LOL
I remember Watership Down being some badass, hardcore shit.All the world will be your enemy, Prince of a Thousand enemies. And when they catch you, they will kill you.BUT FIRST THEY MUST CATCH YOU
tehers a "dogs" cartoon/movie thats actualy MORE grusome than watership down from around the same time(theres atleast 2 others that are just as dark)...i forget the name...as soon as i saw watship down in the second panel i knew what had to come
:( i feel so sorry for Fluttershy, and the reverse 'yay' was just too funny. Both comics were great!
I loved Watership Down. It was one of the first real books I ever read. Then I found out about the movie. Now I really want to see it again.
Has anyone here ever seen the movie 'WIZARDS' made in 1977.Speaking of which... what would Twilights reaction be to watching that particular movie? I already know how Fluttershy would react to it.@Woof Hooves I'm assuming you mean 'All Dogs go to Heaven' where they gave Charlie the cement shoes treatment. But I'm not entirely sure that's what your thinking of.
@D. ShadowsI saw Wizards a few months ago, trippy. I think he's talking about Plague Dogs not All Dogs Go to Heaven.
@mycutiemarkisagun Digger, listener, runner. Prince with the swift warning. Be cunning, and full of tricks, and your people will never be destroyed.Also, as far as poor Fluttershy's mortification... Fiver, Holly, Woundwort, and the Bright Eyes sequence.I still love Kehaar.
Never saw the movie, but I read the book. It was actually one of the last books I actually enjoyed reading in high school. The majority of the books we read can silflay hraka (c wut i did there?)
Watership Down was one of my childhood movies. I vaguly remember it, and I still have the VHS of it in my room, intact and everything! I lack the VHS player though. I need to watch it agian really soon.
@Tylendalhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UfsEj7AOGIno need to thank me :Dthe movie and the subject itself of the movie is pretty weird but its pretty cool moviein my case, watership down and the giant mouse of minsk from "An american Tale" are two things that absolutly terrified me as a kid and I loved ithttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15t-L9lP9rUas Jayson Thiessen said in the interview kids do love to get scared :)
What, its a real movie? Not just a ponified "Blackhawk Down"Ponies in blackhawk down.Best movie, meets best show.
@crazyredemu*sigh* The old angle and angel mistake (I use to do that as well). And yes, you did get it wrong.
Oh man, I remember a couple months back in the Animated Movie Night synchtube channels, we watched Watership Down. Same reaction."D'awww, bunnies! And they're so cute and beautifully drawn, it's like a storybook fairytale-HOH MY GOD WHAT THE HELL!?!"That scene. That one scene. When they're pinned in their own den, being pressed further and further against the wall underground in that spinning, narrowing passage...I will never step foot in a cave for the rest of my life, mark my words.
Woohoo! It's up!I really hope Watership Down gets some more attention thanks to my comic strip. It's an awesome movie that deserves love, because of how hardcore and bullshit-free it is. Great stuff.
I love Watership Down, one of my favourite childhood films, along with Land Before Time, All Dogs Go to Heaven, An American Tail, Labyrinth and Dark Crystal.
After the first I was all :(But after the second I was all Yay!
@CTVulpinWatership Down is known for traumatizing an entire generation of children whose parents thought, "Hey, a nice cartoon movie with cute bunnies. I can drop off my kid and go shopping for an hour or so!"Yyyyeah...
Watership Down, "You know, for kids."Saw that when I was a kid to, honestly glad I did but yeah, Fluttershy didn't know what hit her.
It would appear that Dash has found Enlightenment. Sadly, it seems it doesn't help her a bit when it comes to being quiet.
Well, she would have to watch it a some point. Better to watch it with friends then on her own. She should use that to keep Angel in line. "Now Angel, Finish your Carrot or I will send you to Watership Down. I think you would like it there."
Both comics really funny. The second one you see the punchline coming from a mile away, but it still made me laugh.
Somehow I saw both endings coming.
I remember watership down...*starts sobbing*I WAS LIKE, FIVE YEARS OLD, GOSH DARNIT!!!!Luckily the scars have healed...but now I kinda wanna re-watch it
The second comic made me go Awwwwwww and laugh at the same time! XD
Second one is the funniest comic I've seen in a while
And Fluttershy gets traumatized again! Hopefully for her and her friends' sake she won't even bother with "Night of the Lepus". It might give Angel ideas...
Others' reaction to dead bunnies are awesome :D Poor Fluttershy XD
Watership Down?! Did you NOT read the back cover, Fluttershy?
Pinkie HAD to mention cupcakes.
THAT MOVIE TRICKED ME AS A CHILD!!!
Loved the second one xD
All I saw was "Watership Down" and I was like, oh crap poor Fluttershy...
Watership Down. Fantastic animated movie, not for the faint of heart though.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gYpLGxAetg - Part 1 of the movie for those interested!Anyway, those reactions seem pretty spot-on. Though I imagine Applejack wouldn't be THAT heartless... If she was a carrot farmer though, yes. :P
Love the second one. That style is so fun.Never saw the Watership Down movie, but I love the books. The mythology is awesome. @mycutiemarkisagun El-ahrairah is the SHIT. Just reading your comment gave me shivers.
Oh not watership down the only pony to be more depressed thn I was watching that was Luna, its very good at tricking ponies into thinking it will be happy if you don't look at the cover.Second one is good, just seems right.
Yeah, I knew where this was going as soon as I saw "Watership Down", but like most episodes of MLP:FIM, it's not the destination, it's the journey.And Plague Dogs is just as brutal (the book anyways, haven't gotten up the nerve to watch the movie).
i feel for ya fluttershy, i feel for ya