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Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page20 by KarToon12
Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page20

"JAMIE JUPITER" IS OF MY OWN CREATION AND IS COPYRIGHTED TO ME! YOU MAY NOT USE ANY OF MY ARTWORK OR CHARACTERS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION!
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This time around, the victim survives (thankfully). ^^;

And so ends another episode.  ;)
 
Start here: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 2: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

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Episode 4: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 5: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 6: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…


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Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page19 by KarToon12
Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page19

"JAMIE JUPITER" IS OF MY OWN CREATION AND IS COPYRIGHTED TO ME! YOU MAY NOT USE ANY OF MY ARTWORK OR CHARACTERS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION!
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See? TV DOESN'T rot your brain.
 
Start here: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 2: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 3: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 4: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 5: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 6: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…


Next page: Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page20 by KarToon12

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Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page18 by KarToon12
Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page18

"JAMIE JUPITER" IS OF MY OWN CREATION AND IS COPYRIGHTED TO ME! YOU MAY NOT USE ANY OF MY ARTWORK OR CHARACTERS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION!
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Does being attacked by a jelly monster count as an emergency?
 
Start here: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 2: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 3: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 4: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 5: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…

Episode 6: kartoon12.deviantart.com/art/J…


Next page: Jamie Jupiter Season1 Episode7 Page19 by KarToon12
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So I Finally Saw The Secret of NIMH

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 29, 2015, 5:15 PM

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Hey everyone! Got some quick news to report!

First off, I hope you all survived the "Jamie Jupiter Bomb" this past week. :giggle:  I'll give you guys a bit of a break, and then at the end of this week, I'll start another "bomb" of the next episode. Only this time, I'll space out the two page updates to every other day instead. Hopefully, I can get JJ's dA updates caught up to the main website much quicker this way.

Also, a few days ago, for the first time, I finally watched "The Secret of NIMH".  As much of a cult classic as this movie is, for whatever reason, I never saw it until now. (Blame the Nostalgia Critic for nudging me to finally get off my butt and hunt this down.) So for those of you who have yet to see it, here's my review; copied and pasted from my Amazon page:

Being a fan and lover of animation, I've always had an appreciation for director Don Bluth's work, and many of his movies have been a part of my childhood, especially "An American Tail" and "The Land Before Time". But one of his most infamous works, "The Secret of NIMH", for some odd reason, always eluded me. While I was always aware of it by name, it wasn't until an internet movie reviewer called The Nostalgia Critic sighted it as one of his favorite films that I finally decided to hunt the movie down and give it a look. Along with other friends and family raving to me about how good it was, I figured now was as good a time as any to see just what all the hullabaloo was about. And I wasn't disappointed.

Based upon a children's novel, the movie tells the story of Mrs. Brisby--a field mouse who lives in a cinderblock with her children in a field on a farmer's plot of land. When plowing time approaches, she must devise a plan to move her family out of the field. To complicate matters, one of her children has fallen gravely ill, and is physically incapable of making the move. After befriending a clumsy crow named Jeremy, she's taken to visit a wise old owl, who instructs her to seek help from a group of rats who live below a rose bush on the farm. From there, Mrs. Brisby must gather all her strength and courage to face her fears and save her family...and in the process, uncovers the mystery behind her late husband's disappearance, and a secret that could change the lives of everyone forever.

In a weird way, I'm kind of glad I saw this later as an adult, as I have no doubt that the underlying themes and morals presented here would've flew over my head as a kid. But this isn't a criticism--merely an observation, for this is one animated movie that's just as much for adults as it is for kids. (I hate it when people hear the word "cartoon" and immediately think "only for children".) The rats of NIMH, who were genetically altered through scientific experiments, have arguably become just as intelligent as humans, and both they and the audience are left with the question of what is the morally right choice for them. Should they stay where they are and keep stealing electricity from the humans? Or should they strike out on their own and build their own civilization?

While these are questions with no clean cut answers, their destiny lies with Mrs. Brisby, who's one of the best female main characters I've ever come across. She's instantly likeable and relatable, and she can get understandably frightened or frustrated, but never to a point where it becomes annoying. "Strong" doesn't always mean "stoic, bad ass fighter". All she really wants is to save her family, and it's through her undying bravery that the other characters learn that understanding and love is the key to solving their problem. One may argue that the magic stone that comes into play was a bit of a "deux ex machina", but like any fairytale, it serves as a representation of Mrs. Brisby finding her inner strength and courage she never knew she had.

On the subject of the other characters, all of them are either loveable, interesting, or appropriately villainous. Jeremy, the crow, is especially memorable, and Dom DeLuise's performance just adds to his comedy relief. Admittedly, I was always kind of anxious to get through his scenes so we could get back to the story about the rats, but it's a minor complaint, and I understand that you need a bit of a break to balance out all the dark elements.

And dark is definitely the word to use here in describing this film. While the stuff with the animals is cute, the themes of science, nature, and the unknown all working together for survival is enough to make even adults have to stop and really think about what they've just watched. And this movie isn't afraid to depict gruesome scenes of torture, blood, death, and the occasional swear word. It really surprised me the DVD put this at a "G" rating. Maybe back in the 80s this was passable, but now a days, I'd rate this at a "PG".

In any case, I'm glad I took the time to hunt this movie down, as it truly is one of Don Bluth's finest works--one that's severely underrated and deserves more attention for it's incredible and lovely traditional animation. I'd recommend this for ages 10 and up, due to depictions of blood, violence, and a set of lessons that might only be understood and appreciated by an older audience.

 

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Steel City Con Recap:  youtu.be/klOesCVkFfw

My Top 10 Favorite Eps. of The Outer Limits: youtu.be/74kPJdIq00s



  • Mood: Wow!
  • Watching: The Secret of NIMH

So I Finally Saw The Secret of NIMH

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 29, 2015, 5:15 PM

Always open for commissions--> jamiejupiter.thecomicseries.co…

Purchase the "Jamie Jupiter" trade paperback books, HERE: www.indyplanet.com/front/?prod…

______________________

Hey everyone! Got some quick news to report!

First off, I hope you all survived the "Jamie Jupiter Bomb" this past week. :giggle:  I'll give you guys a bit of a break, and then at the end of this week, I'll start another "bomb" of the next episode. Only this time, I'll space out the two page updates to every other day instead. Hopefully, I can get JJ's dA updates caught up to the main website much quicker this way.

Also, a few days ago, for the first time, I finally watched "The Secret of NIMH".  As much of a cult classic as this movie is, for whatever reason, I never saw it until now. (Blame the Nostalgia Critic for nudging me to finally get off my butt and hunt this down.) So for those of you who have yet to see it, here's my review; copied and pasted from my Amazon page:

Being a fan and lover of animation, I've always had an appreciation for director Don Bluth's work, and many of his movies have been a part of my childhood, especially "An American Tail" and "The Land Before Time". But one of his most infamous works, "The Secret of NIMH", for some odd reason, always eluded me. While I was always aware of it by name, it wasn't until an internet movie reviewer called The Nostalgia Critic sighted it as one of his favorite films that I finally decided to hunt the movie down and give it a look. Along with other friends and family raving to me about how good it was, I figured now was as good a time as any to see just what all the hullabaloo was about. And I wasn't disappointed.

Based upon a children's novel, the movie tells the story of Mrs. Brisby--a field mouse who lives in a cinderblock with her children in a field on a farmer's plot of land. When plowing time approaches, she must devise a plan to move her family out of the field. To complicate matters, one of her children has fallen gravely ill, and is physically incapable of making the move. After befriending a clumsy crow named Jeremy, she's taken to visit a wise old owl, who instructs her to seek help from a group of rats who live below a rose bush on the farm. From there, Mrs. Brisby must gather all her strength and courage to face her fears and save her family...and in the process, uncovers the mystery behind her late husband's disappearance, and a secret that could change the lives of everyone forever.

In a weird way, I'm kind of glad I saw this later as an adult, as I have no doubt that the underlying themes and morals presented here would've flew over my head as a kid. But this isn't a criticism--merely an observation, for this is one animated movie that's just as much for adults as it is for kids. (I hate it when people hear the word "cartoon" and immediately think "only for children".) The rats of NIMH, who were genetically altered through scientific experiments, have arguably become just as intelligent as humans, and both they and the audience are left with the question of what is the morally right choice for them. Should they stay where they are and keep stealing electricity from the humans? Or should they strike out on their own and build their own civilization?

While these are questions with no clean cut answers, their destiny lies with Mrs. Brisby, who's one of the best female main characters I've ever come across. She's instantly likeable and relatable, and she can get understandably frightened or frustrated, but never to a point where it becomes annoying. "Strong" doesn't always mean "stoic, bad ass fighter". All she really wants is to save her family, and it's through her undying bravery that the other characters learn that understanding and love is the key to solving their problem. One may argue that the magic stone that comes into play was a bit of a "deux ex machina", but like any fairytale, it serves as a representation of Mrs. Brisby finding her inner strength and courage she never knew she had.

On the subject of the other characters, all of them are either loveable, interesting, or appropriately villainous. Jeremy, the crow, is especially memorable, and Dom DeLuise's performance just adds to his comedy relief. Admittedly, I was always kind of anxious to get through his scenes so we could get back to the story about the rats, but it's a minor complaint, and I understand that you need a bit of a break to balance out all the dark elements.

And dark is definitely the word to use here in describing this film. While the stuff with the animals is cute, the themes of science, nature, and the unknown all working together for survival is enough to make even adults have to stop and really think about what they've just watched. And this movie isn't afraid to depict gruesome scenes of torture, blood, death, and the occasional swear word. It really surprised me the DVD put this at a "G" rating. Maybe back in the 80s this was passable, but now a days, I'd rate this at a "PG".

In any case, I'm glad I took the time to hunt this movie down, as it truly is one of Don Bluth's finest works--one that's severely underrated and deserves more attention for it's incredible and lovely traditional animation. I'd recommend this for ages 10 and up, due to depictions of blood, violence, and a set of lessons that might only be understood and appreciated by an older audience.

 

________________________

Steel City Con Recap:  youtu.be/klOesCVkFfw

My Top 10 Favorite Eps. of The Outer Limits: youtu.be/74kPJdIq00s



  • Mood: Wow!
  • Watching: The Secret of NIMH

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KarToon12
Artist by day or night!
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I was born, and have lived in Pittsburgh my whole life. While other girls wanted to be princesses and put on make up, I wanted to read comics and watch cartoons all day (and I still do). I'm now making my dream of creating my own comic book come true. :aww:

The alien with the glowing blue hair that you see above you is Jamie Jupiter. She's an intergalactic police officer, who disguises herself as a high school student. Only two of the students know her secret, and they must now help her to defend the Earth from evil alien invaders.

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Current Residence: Pittsburgh
Favourite genre of music: Any kind!
Favourite photographer: My dad :)
Favourite style of art: Any style can look cool!
Skin of choice: My own, and no one else's.
Favourite cartoon character: Too many to count!
Personal Quote: Just be yourself!
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CelineDGD Featured By Owner 20 hours ago

Hellow there random deviant. :) *clicked the random deviant button* Just want to spread the love. :)

You are beautiful and worth it, no matter what people say. <3

Have a hug too. :hug:
Don't be afraid to pass this on if you want. :)

And have a nice day/evening/night. :3

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MSExperience Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for the llama!
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KarToon12 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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LeslysPlushes Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Artisan Crafter
I'm not sure what happened, but just thought I'd let you know that the Commission: Jamie Jupiter deviation was requested to be in like 30 groups today xD 
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KarToon12 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah...that was all my doing. :giggle: I thought the exposure would work out for both of us. :aww:
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LeslysPlushes Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Artisan Crafter
aha it's all good then! xDD
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GokuandSonic707 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2015
Interesting! Also, thanks again for those illustrations of Steven Universe, the Titans, and Crash! They look awesome! (You might not know me, but I'm the guy with the Ash Ketchum hat from the Con.)

*Sonic*
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KarToon12 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome, and thanks! :D  And yes; I remember you!  I'm happy you enjoy the artwork! :hug:
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TheLastCybertronian Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday hunny :aww: :cuddle:
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