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Excellent Show. Wished it still aired new episodes
I loved this show, I really did. The show was one of few cartoon network shows that I don't find ridiculously stupid, or unfunny. This show was clever and funny, with a decent voice cast with the always excellent Patton Oswalt. The characters were spot on as well. Thrasher and Blaster, were well developed, and looked cool. Each episode promised something new. While I wish the episodes were longer, (each episode is 11 minutes) at least it isn't two separate mini ideas in one 22 minute episode. Each 11 minute episode was released separate from one another, which I like. This show is a gem. It is very good. Also Netflix, airs this on instant, which is good. What they need to do is start making more dang episodes. This is an excellent show, that deserves a well needed pat on the dang back. Bring it back already!
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