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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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