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(Variety)   Nothing good can exist in this world. After three critically acclaimed seasons, Ducktales cancelled   (variety.com) divider line
    More: Sad, Darkwing Duck, DuckTales, original series, Disney XD, current third season, voice cast, reboot of the popular animated series, Scrooge McDuck  
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2020-12-04 7:39:03 AM  
At least we have Animaniacs back.
 
2020-12-04 9:23:14 AM  
How old is this news, that show was on a long time ago
 
2020-12-04 9:45:14 AM  

leeksfromchichis: Stargazer86: EvilVanMan: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: Don't worry, folks. There will be many many maaaaany new episodes of "Thundercats Roar" to come.

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Do you just like complaining about shows that are dead before they even finished airing their first season? I'd post a link but sadly it seems only clickbait has picked up on the story.

I complain about shows that have no right to exist in the first place. No one outside of a Hollywood exec's coke-binging room wanted this thing ever to happen.

It is the Ghostbusters 2016 of animation. Thundercats Roar should be taught in schools as a lesson in animation history about "what NOT to do".

So did you complain about She-Ra and the Voltron reboots? The reboot of Reboot? The constant rebooting of Transformers or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Because there's a lot of those and for some odd reason the only one you seem fixated on is a rehashed reboot that was trying to strike gold like Teen Titans Go did.

Wait, there was a reboot of Reboot?

Yes. It was horrendous.

Hey, you remember that cgi action show about living beings inside a computer?

Yeah.

Let's make it a live action high school drama with a stock footage transformation montage and only three minutes of animation per show.

Brilliant!


Sounds like someone really wanted that Saban idea of making Sailor Moon with American actors a reality. Then added Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad in for good measure.
 
2020-12-04 3:32:36 PM  
I saw it a few times with my kids but it never really grabbed me in the slightest. I dunno. I'm incapable of giving it a fair chance. I don't really have any desire to watch a reboot of a show I actually watched as a kid. The past is gone.

Not to mention the other Disney Channel random escapade show they still show repeats of is Gravity Falls, which is 100% better IMO and usually new to me since I'm not a TV junkie.
 
2020-12-04 6:17:25 PM  

Optimal_Illusion: leeksfromchichis: Stargazer86: EvilVanMan: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: Don't worry, folks. There will be many many maaaaany new episodes of "Thundercats Roar" to come.

[media4.giphy.com image 400x300]

Do you just like complaining about shows that are dead before they even finished airing their first season? I'd post a link but sadly it seems only clickbait has picked up on the story.

I complain about shows that have no right to exist in the first place. No one outside of a Hollywood exec's coke-binging room wanted this thing ever to happen.

It is the Ghostbusters 2016 of animation. Thundercats Roar should be taught in schools as a lesson in animation history about "what NOT to do".

So did you complain about She-Ra and the Voltron reboots? The reboot of Reboot? The constant rebooting of Transformers or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Because there's a lot of those and for some odd reason the only one you seem fixated on is a rehashed reboot that was trying to strike gold like Teen Titans Go did.

Wait, there was a reboot of Reboot?

Yes. It was horrendous.

Hey, you remember that cgi action show about living beings inside a computer?

Yeah.

Let's make it a live action high school drama with a stock footage transformation montage and only three minutes of animation per show.

Brilliant!

Sounds like someone really wanted that Saban idea of making Sailor Moon with American actors a reality. Then added Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad in for good measure.


To be fair, it's not thaaat bad and on the nose cynical.  But it was certainly inspired by some cost saving measures.
 
2020-12-04 6:52:49 PM  

Optimal_Illusion: leeksfromchichis: Stargazer86: EvilVanMan: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: Don't worry, folks. There will be many many maaaaany new episodes of "Thundercats Roar" to come.

[media4.giphy.com image 400x300]

Do you just like complaining about shows that are dead before they even finished airing their first season? I'd post a link but sadly it seems only clickbait has picked up on the story.

I complain about shows that have no right to exist in the first place. No one outside of a Hollywood exec's coke-binging room wanted this thing ever to happen.

It is the Ghostbusters 2016 of animation. Thundercats Roar should be taught in schools as a lesson in animation history about "what NOT to do".

So did you complain about She-Ra and the Voltron reboots? The reboot of Reboot? The constant rebooting of Transformers or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Because there's a lot of those and for some odd reason the only one you seem fixated on is a rehashed reboot that was trying to strike gold like Teen Titans Go did.

Wait, there was a reboot of Reboot?

Yes. It was horrendous.

Hey, you remember that cgi action show about living beings inside a computer?

Yeah.

Let's make it a live action high school drama with a stock footage transformation montage and only three minutes of animation per show.

Brilliant!

Sounds like someone really wanted that Saban idea of making Sailor Moon with American actors a reality. Then added Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad in for good measure.


It was never a ReBoot reboot. It was the reboot of MP4orce. It hits all the same story beats. 4 kids getting recruited by a digital being entering the computer world to defend it from an evil computer program.

And both were made by Michael Hefferon.
 
2020-12-04 7:09:46 PM  

leeksfromchichis: Optimal_Illusion: leeksfromchichis: Stargazer86: EvilVanMan: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: MinatoArisato013: AAAAGGGGHHHH: Don't worry, folks. There will be many many maaaaany new episodes of "Thundercats Roar" to come.

[media4.giphy.com image 400x300]

Do you just like complaining about shows that are dead before they even finished airing their first season? I'd post a link but sadly it seems only clickbait has picked up on the story.

I complain about shows that have no right to exist in the first place. No one outside of a Hollywood exec's coke-binging room wanted this thing ever to happen.

It is the Ghostbusters 2016 of animation. Thundercats Roar should be taught in schools as a lesson in animation history about "what NOT to do".

So did you complain about She-Ra and the Voltron reboots? The reboot of Reboot? The constant rebooting of Transformers or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Because there's a lot of those and for some odd reason the only one you seem fixated on is a rehashed reboot that was trying to strike gold like Teen Titans Go did.

Wait, there was a reboot of Reboot?

Yes. It was horrendous.

Hey, you remember that cgi action show about living beings inside a computer?

Yeah.

Let's make it a live action high school drama with a stock footage transformation montage and only three minutes of animation per show.

Brilliant!

Sounds like someone really wanted that Saban idea of making Sailor Moon with American actors a reality. Then added Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad in for good measure.

To be fair, it's not thaaat bad and on the nose cynical.  But it was certainly inspired by some cost saving measures.


Okay. Looked it up as well, and it's more Denkou Choujin Gridman (Syber Squad) crossed with Code: Lyoko.
 
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