Found November 14, 2012 on With Leather:
I considered writing my normal wordy intro paragraph about how Taiwan Animation is the weirdest thing in the world, citing examples from the stories we’ve covered and wondering how two Taiwanese ladies with 3rd grade computer animation skills could get to the heart of a story better than a nation of aged sports reporters, but I’ll let this image do all that for me:Additional highlights, if you aren’t already watching, include:- Phil Jackson as the zen, levitating version of The Mandarin from ‘Iron Man’ - A swinging jazz soundtrack - The Lakers having fruit thrown at them because they’re trying to play basketball with walkers (try to figure out which one’s supposed to be Steve Nash!) - Slow motion fruit explosions - Player-on-fan violenceThey really got their money’s worth out of that “bus backing up” noise.The post Taiwan Animation’s Take On Mike D’Antoni Is Pretty Perfect appeared first on With Leather.
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