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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 »
So, what were those things?
Reminds me of some the guys who keep calling you, except the rocks have more personality. Ha, ha!
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Loonatics unleashed is actually very good in my opinion, a very interesting twist on the loony toons with very good humour and is an excellent in the action department.
However as Mark Twain said: "Humans will find something to complain about. One man was given a sack of coal and not being able to find anything wrong with it, he then complained it had too many petrified toads."
Several Loony Tunes fans are "More than a tad miffed" about the extreme version and many, not having anything better to do, make scalding complaints that really are quite hurtful. So to avoid such I have made a list of pros and Cons
Every bit as funny as the actual 'Loony Tunes' visual and verbal -
Lots of good action scenes - characters stay quite true to their ancestors in several regards whilst being quite original - the acting is exceptional for a TV show (as compared to programs such as sonic x whose acting talents leave something to be desired (though that is my opinion)) - the dialogue isn't to shabby although Ace's lines are a touch corny. - An interesting twist on the loony tunes characters
the 'extreme' version may miff some Lt fans a bit - the opening
sequence leaves something to be desired (season one's intro is a lot better though)
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