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Ding! Marshmallow's Last Stand is a featured article, which means it showcases an important part of the Homestar Runner body of work and/or highlights the fine work of this wiki. We also might just think it's cool. If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, feel free to contribute.


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Opinions

I can see why TBC rejected this toon, it's TERRIBLE! I don't know why they rejected the Jumping Jacks one, though. The old site was too cartoony. Part of SB's head came off and he didn't die-or even bleed. Another cartoony thing was that SM bounced into space. This cartoon is just-ughhhhhhh! It sucks like the first season of The Simpsons! IT SUCKS! Ah, felt good to let that out. -Shopiom

Even though I highly agree with you on this cartoon sucking, I must ask why you said that he didn't even die or bleed as though it's a bad thing? -Miss Free Country USA

I'm just saying that that fact makes it too cartoony. -Shopiom 19:52, 28 Nov 2004 (MST)

Dude... it wasn't that bad. -- FireBird

I liked this cartoon, and I really hope they make it into a DVD with a modernized version. --Joshua 18:25, 11 Mar 2005 (MST)

I liked it to see this old stuff. Yhea, the newer ones are better b ut it whas fun to see how much they changed.

I agree with FireBird... It's not the greatest, but it doesn't entirely suck. I'd give it 5/10. It's lacking a little. I do like the A Jumping Jack Contest better though. This is "historic" however, because it showed how much Homestar Runner and everybody have changed.--MrsCommanderson 13:10, 18 Aug 2005 (UTC)

I didn't like it that much... but it's kind of entertaining watching how much they've improved over the years. --Skizzot 21:48, 23 Aug 2005 (UTC)

First of all, this cartoon sucks more than The King Of Town's cartoon. but so does a lot of crap in the museum. that's why this cartoon doesn't belong in DVD form, but only in the h*r museum. Secondly, They may have to "set up" the re-release of the cartoon. If the cartoon appears as a full length toon, it should be regarding a character visiting the marshmallow stand and getting information from the employee in a flashback, momentarily interrupted from time to time by events in the current world. since I predict a ridiculously huge cartoon, t should be a story told in two parts. Truly this will be an epic. --Helios Rex

How do you watch it?

How do you watch it?

Krackajack

The link (mirror) is in the External Links section of the toon. And may I suggest creating a User Name? -- FireBird|Talk

Well, I once went to [[1]] and they have everything old tht was on the site. You can view this toon, and the jumping jacks one on that site.Unknown

Okay, but like FireBird said, the link for the toon is right at the bottom of the article. -- Tom 15:23, 19 Mar 2005 (MST)

Donkey Kong?

Does anyone think that right after Strong Mad is bounced into space, when Strong Bad jumps in to the ring and jumps from side to side, it could be a reference to the opening sequence from Donkey Kong, where Donkey Kong stomps the girders?

DONKEY KONG ROCKS!!!!!!!!! But I don't know what you're talking about. -Miss Free Country USA

If you don't remember this part, you might be thinking of the NES game, which didn't have this part. The arcade version had a short cutscene before the first level showing Donkey Kong taking Pauline up to the top of the first level and jumping around in a way that's similar to Strong Mad in this, to make the girders tilted the way they are when you start the level. This scene also shows up in the Game Boy version of the game.

I like it.

It's primitive, and a lot more plot-oriented than the later HR content, but it's cute.

Mostly, I just like SB's wrestling stance. ARRRRR.

Me too. I think they should put it back as a museum feature. Unknown

The sound when Strong Mad is launched into space?

I know I've heard that from some very old video game... any ideas where it's from?

Ooo! I know! a game called chicken invaders was an old arcade type shooter with that noise!

Oh....maybe i'll make a flash version of that game....just becouse of the cool sound- Sibbie

Old Interview Context

Look at this:

Mike Chapman: It's been off the site for awhile now. You can see it at www.robofilms.com in the archives section. It's called 'Marshmallows last stand'. It was the first cartoon we did for the site.

Stephan: Oh yeah, the art is really different in those. You can tell its older.

Mike Chapman: Yeah, that's why we took it off the site. The characters are completely different. Saying and doing things they'd never do now.

Just thought ya might wanna know. But this is an old interview. -- Joshua 02:05, 27 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Kinda Creepy

Does anyone else find it creepy how Strong Mad is always facing the camera in this 'toon and seems to flip around to face us instantly? Poopsmith Z

Very little to do

I don't know why this toon was called "Marshmallow's Last Stand". It had very little to do with the place. It should have been called "Tag Team Wrestling". -Kinsey

It's should "have", by the way. Anyway, I'm not saying you're wrong, but that IS the name of the 'toon. --Jay o'Lantern (Haunt) 20:05, 6 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Or maybe it's just a play on the words. "Marshmallow" is Homestar, because he loves them so much and eats them a lot, and it's his "Last Stand." Just a theory, but still. - Joshua

Mike Tyson's Punch Out

I was watching this today, and it seemed to me that the crowd noise might have been lifted by TBC from Mike Tyson's Punch Out. It sounds quite similar, from my recollections...Obviously they are fans of the old NES game, as seen in the Easter Egg for montage. What does anyone else think? --Duke33 16:40, 16 Aug 2005 (UTC)

I just tried it out, and the crowd doesn't really sound the same. Is there a specific part of the toon you are referring to? Punch Out has kind of a dullish roar as opposed the yell-ish type sounds I hear in Marshmallow's Last Stand. Of course, it could just be the speakers on my laptop. I'll try again when I'm home. -- Tom 17:00, 16 Aug 2005 (UTC)
I'll have to fire up my emulator when i'm at home, and give it a listen...Like i said, i was going off my memory, which apparently might not be so good! --Duke33 12:56, 18 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Hollow Head

Strong Bad's head seems to be hollow after the bomb went off on it.

Hello...this was originally a children's series. Kids are not supposed to see gore, although you have no idea how much I have seen in my early years. They had to break that barrier in time, In Yello Dello and reform it, in the TGS series. Poop is as offensive as they will go. Helios Rex

Crap!

I can't beleave the Chap bros made this crap.

Hmmm I wonder why they took it off... seriously this was a long time ago. Besides I still like it.

Choco 23:04, 21 October 2005 (UTC)

It's cute, to say the least. DaChazman

Space

Shouldn't we have an arcticle on space? It appears about three times after all. — talk Bubsty edits 18:07, 11 November 2005 (UTC)

Although I'm not arguing for its existence, I make it more than three:

Good point. So seeing as there are about 6 referances, shouldnt there be a page?? — talk Bubsty edits 18:52, 11 November 2005 (UTC)

Perhaps a better question would be why haven't you created one already? Please be bold and go for it: Space. -- Tom 18:55, 11 November 2005 (UTC)
Alrighty then. — talk Bubsty edits 18:57, 11 November 2005 (UTC)

Disambig

Is the disambiguation page really that necessary? I think the place should be just "Marshmallow's Last Stand", while the toon would remain "Marshmallow's Last Stand (toon)" with a disambiguation notices at the top. Like furrykef said, it's good enough for Wikipedia and it's still good enough for us. --Trogga 02:23, 1 May 2005 (UTC)

If that was done, I would think we would want the toon to be on the "Marshmallow's Last Stand" page and the place to remain at "Marshmallow's Last Stand (place)", seeing as how the toon eclipses the place. -- Tom 03:39, 2 May 2005 (UTC)

Ugh! You linked to a disambig page! Please change that very soon. I'd do it myself, but I don't want to mess with something somebody else wrote. — User:ACupOfCoffee@

Of course he linked to a disambiguation page... That's what they were talking about. — It's dot com 06:02, 23 Aug 2005 (UTC)

why is (toon) at the end of the title...we dont have wheres the cheat (toon) etc..unless its there for a real good reason...then i vote we take that part off...seriously

Marshmallow's Last Stand is also an actual marshmallow stand, seen in date for one. --Some HSR themed username 01:33, 24 Jun 2005 (UTC)
I'm planning to remove "(toon)" from this article's title (leaving "(place)" in the other one), adjust all the links to it, and kill the disambiguation page. When choosing which article gets the base title, the toon should take precedence over the place. User:Bill Martinson/sig 21:53, 23 December 2005 (UTC)
Okay, I'll delete the disambig page to make way for the move. — It's dot com 19:35, 25 December 2005 (UTC)
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