In the year 2772, a meteor of unknown origin collides with the planet Earth, transforming it and some of its inhabitants forever. Included in this transformation are the descendants of the classic Looney Tunes characters, who become super-powered heroes, yet still retaining the wacky personalities of their ancestors. Written by
After complaints about the original preproduction character models' appearances, including an internet petition of protest that was started by an 11-year-old boy, the producers of the series revised and softened the characters' appearances to make them appear less menacing. See more »
Would you look at that thing? It's gotta to be the biggest ice berg I've ever seen. I've seen some before. Did you think we should have put some more juice in the blasters? Not like I doubt your expertness. But that is one giant...
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Okay. I can see where people will be getting up in arms about this. But you can't expect every child who watches this to say to themselves 'this is ruining classic characters'. I grew up on the cartoon of Ninja Turtles (or hero turtles as it was called here) and consider them classic characters. with the new movie, I don't feel the need to tell every seven year old 'Hey you know that this is rubbish compared to the comics'.
Okay. The 'mad scientist rejected by 'The Academy' and now seeking revenge' plot is a little overused and Tim Curry voices about 10 villains per series but if they made it more like the original cartoon shorts, there would only be more people complaining about the amount of slapstick
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