Also Rocket Robin Hood, and also helping Ralph Bakshi make his first movies!Speaking of 2000-year olds, there's also Max: the 2000-Year Old Mouse (1967), short educational interstitial cartoons from Krantz Films, makers of the 2nd and 3rd seasons of Spider-Man.
They were definitely making these to sell all over, yet they ended up as filler fodder on Canadian TV for decades!They were made in Canada though most of the historical figures and events covered weren't Canadian.
Another Krantz classic is "The Wonderful Stories of Professor Kitzel!"And, yes, Max: the 2000-Year Old Mouse used the same stock music library theme music as Sneak Previews.
It's nice finally someone's going to play these at all, but feel like Nick missed an opportunity to just air 'em themselves.Don’t know if any of you have heard, but Netflix has acquired the rights to the Rocko and Invader ZIM movies.
There’s no date out yet but I do know it’ll be sometime late this summer.
Too bad, it was pulled the plug so fast. That cartoon should had got more episodes.This was one of my all-time favorite cartoons growing up. It was such a creative world and really had some (for a show aimed at kids at least) deep lore and history to it's world and characters. You had some of the "wacky comic character" stuff (Niddler...) but it also felt more serious in tone than other cartoons and wasn't afraid to deal with some darker themes.
I recently showed a few episodes to my nieces who wanted to know what I liked when I was their age, and even they started getting into it. Still wish they would have finished the show, but it got cancelled after only about twenty-two episodes or so.
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Everything after the meteora fight felt rushed. The whole lets destroy magic thing seemed like such an extreme option onsidering it doesnt really solve the racism problem.Star really needed like an extra 30 mins or so for the finale. It felt incredibly rushed.
Constantly switching up pairings and such too didn’t help, but that’s an overall series thing.Everything after the meteora fight felt rushed. The whole lets destroy magic thing seemed like such an extreme option onsidering it doesnt really solve the racism problem.
Everything after the meteora fight felt rushed. The whole lets destroy magic thing seemed like such an extreme option onsidering it doesnt really solve the racism problem.
The implications that would occur with all those deaths, the fact that magic is gone and the relationships between the human race and the citizens of Mewni that aren't magic just makes me feel like they should at least address this shit in a TV movie/special down the line. But we know they won't.Constantly switching up pairings and such too didn’t help, but that’s an overall series thing.
And this is just a personal thing, but they killed Heckapoo off and that’s crap.