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Having grown up with the various incarnations of Looney Tunes and listened to my Dad Prattle on about how many times he has seen this episode or that episode since he was a kid it was really refreshing to see Loonatics Unleashed. Great animation, Justice League type story lines. Brilliant is all I can say. I hope this series runs for more than 1 season.
The other refreshing thing about this show is that the jury is still out as far as my dad is concerned. I finally get a show that I can enjoy without my Dad. The guy should grow up and stop watching cartoons for goodness sake. Well done Warner Bros.
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