Yes it was kind of nonsensical trying to justify this crossover, and yes, it was mostly fanservice, but damn if wasn't MY kind of fanservice. My friends and had a great time loudly shouting and pointing when we recognized all the references to Courage episodes (and there were a ton). I only wish they had stuck Doc Gerbil, Cajun Fox, the CGI thing from "Perfect", or Di Lung in there somewhere...
A few years ago I read the original Devilman manga on a whim and adored it. Devilman Crybaby stoked my flames for it again so I, a connoisseur of bad movies, wanted to watch this for shits and giggles because I've heard it was terrible.
It definitely holds itself to that reputation, because holy fuck it is bad. Not really even fun-bad, just bad. The CGI was straight out of an early PS2 game and most of it has the…
FINALLY..... SOME GOOD FUCKING FURRY CONTENT.
I would have been in Pittsburgh this weekend for Anthrocon (sigh; thanks, COVID-19) and this was such a great way to celebrate that instead.
It was nice to see a documentary that wasn't just the same basics of the same "here's who we are" and "this is why my fursona helped me discover myself" as they usually do in furry documentaries, and actually delve into the history of our fandom itself.
My one gripe…