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When I started playing those Bubsy games, I already liked the character in an embracing way. And since then, I been having interests into just about any media that centers on the character.
I wonder why a number of viewers find this cartoon unfavorable? I wonder if all that disdain to Bubsy is based on the negative reception received by the character's first and only 3D video game? Whatever the reason, people should treat each media individually.
Some viewers say the rhythm of the show is loud or too upbeat. Well I have no problem with that. In fact that rhythm was something popularize in cartoons from the 1940s and 1950s.
As to what I appreciate in this one, the action and gags are adequate, and pretty standard for its time. Those action include aggressive excitement and exaggerated passion which is best suited for younger audiences.
The only flaw perhaps is the way Bubsy says his catchphrase maybe a bit to repetitive. Viewers don't need to be annoyed because one the characters in the show feels the same way.
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