In Part Two, Zadavia tells Ace and the team that she and her brother Optimatus are from another world and have different ideas about ruling it. She was banished by her brother and found a new home in...
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 pre-production character models' appearances, including an internet petition of protest that was started by an eleven-year-old boy, the producers of the series revised and softened the characters' appearances to make them appear less menacing. See more »
When the previews for this show came out, I remember thinking "Hmm...interesting..." I saw the second episode one day and thought "Hmm...interesting..." I skipped quite a few months and watched again recently. Now I'm thinking "Why do they say it's bad? It's surprisingly entertaining!" The whole power-acquiring situation was interesting, the characters were awesome (Rev Runner totally won me over. Rather quiet until his mouth opens, just like me! At least, I think that's how he's like...remember, I'm only running on two episodes here!) I've heard that fans of the original Looney Tunes should stay away, so I'd like to clear something up: Yes, I am a big fan of the original Looney Tunes and I'll admit that I'm not entirely too sure what to make of their descendants yet. And yes, I'll also admit that this show DID have it's annoying parts (oh, my goodness all that "You're all heroes; my heroes." part was so LAME!!!). But all in all, this show is...interesting...and entertaining! Great thing to watch if you need a morning wake-up call and you don't drink coffee.
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