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  • With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

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    • Well, I think it might get sucessful by animation as proven by this poster by Daron Mefcy: http://www.imdb.com/media/rm815903488/tt1869016?ref_=tt_ov_i.

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    • Here's her web site!

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:
      Here's her web site!

      I saw it

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.


      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).

      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents


      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.


      Yeah, and now Nickelodeon is debuting really lame shows that are polluted with fart jokes like Sanjay and Craig and Breadwinners. I am only forced to watch these because my little brother watches them.

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.

      Yeah, and now Nickelodeon is debuting really lame shows that are polluted with fart jokes like Sanjay and Craig and Breadwinners. I am only forced to watch these because my little brother watches them.


      I think those shows too were inspired by shows like The Regular Show and Uncle Grandpa on Cartoon Network. I mean, all of them are geared to young boys, are relatively weird, have "unique" character designs and artstyles (and by unique, I mean, overused but different from the designs of other shows before them) and are filled with gross out jokes. And not to mention they're bad and non-creative (even though it seems like they're trying to be creative with animals and humans with weird designs). And I'm not saying this because they're not from when I was growing up, a lot of people can agree these shows are just... blegh.

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      EpixAndroid wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferb, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.

      Yeah, and now Nickelodeon is debuting really lame shows that are polluted with fart jokes like Sanjay and Craig and Breadwinners. I am only forced to watch these because my little brother watches them.

      I think those shows too were inspired by shows like The Regular Show and Uncle Grandpa on Cartoon Network. I mean, all of them are geared to young boys, are relatively weird, have "unique" character designs and artstyles (and by unique, I mean, overused but different from the designs of other shows before them) and are filled with gross out jokes. And not to mention they're bad and non-creative (even though it seems like they're trying to be creative with animals and humans with weird designs). And I'm not saying this because they're not from when I was growing up, a lot of people can agree these shows are just... blegh.

      Exactly! It seems like there's a lack of creative talent at Nickelodeon Animation dept.

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.

      I do believe the Fairly Odd Parents and Spongebob still has their quality

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.
      I do believe the Fairly Odd Parents and Spongebob still has their quality

      Really? Almost everyone whose been watching Spongebob since the begining and whose older enough to realize it can agree the quality of the episodes are getting lower and lower. I mean, there was even a whole episode about Spongebob having a gross splinter. A whole episode... And FOP added a baby and a dog to the show, not many like the Wishology thing, and the writers are basically trying to jump the shark with the new character additions.

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.
      I do believe the Fairly Odd Parents and Spongebob still has their quality
      Really? Almost everyone whose been watching Spongebob since the begining and whose older enough to realize it can agree the quality of the episodes are getting lower and lower. I mean, there was even a whole episode about Spongebob having a gross splinter. A whole episode... And FOP added a baby and a dog to the show, not many like the Wishology thing, and the writers are basically trying to jump the shark with the new character additions.

      I agree with Jay. Spongebob has seriously gone down hill. All the characters have become annoying and unlikeable, the strories and jokes are dull and uninspired, and it's just downright mean-spirited. Don't believe me? Just watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwopqnDgRVI

      Also, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gravity Falls, Wander Over YonderPhineas & Ferbhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ihzp55Cuo7M

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.
      I do believe the Fairly Odd Parents and Spongebob still has their quality
      Really? Almost everyone whose been watching Spongebob since the begining and whose older enough to realize it can agree the quality of the episodes are getting lower and lower. I mean, there was even a whole episode about Spongebob having a gross splinter. A whole episode... And FOP added a baby and a dog to the show, not many like the Wishology thing, and the writers are basically trying to jump the shark with the new character additions.

      Oh come now every cloud has a silver lining, like Porous Pockets, it was very creative and ever since I was young, I wondered if Cosmo and Wanda will have a child of their own, and it was answered when Poof appeared

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.
      I do believe the Fairly Odd Parents and Spongebob still has their quality
      Really? Almost everyone whose been watching Spongebob since the begining and whose older enough to realize it can agree the quality of the episodes are getting lower and lower. I mean, there was even a whole episode about Spongebob having a gross splinter. A whole episode... And FOP added a baby and a dog to the show, not many like the Wishology thing, and the writers are basically trying to jump the shark with the new character additions.
      I agree with Jay. Spongebob has seriously gone down hill. All the characters have become annoying and unlikeable, the strories and jokes are dull and uninspired, and it's just downright mean-spirited. Don't believe me? Just watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwopqnDgRVI

      Also, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gravity Falls, Wander Over YonderPhineas & Ferbhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ihzp55Cuo7M

      Come on, come on, if we keep talking like that there won't any hope that animation still has quality

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.
      I do believe the Fairly Odd Parents and Spongebob still has their quality
      Really? Almost everyone whose been watching Spongebob since the begining and whose older enough to realize it can agree the quality of the episodes are getting lower and lower. I mean, there was even a whole episode about Spongebob having a gross splinter. A whole episode... And FOP added a baby and a dog to the show, not many like the Wishology thing, and the writers are basically trying to jump the shark with the new character additions.
      I agree with Jay. Spongebob has seriously gone down hill. All the characters have become annoying and unlikeable, the strories and jokes are dull and uninspired, and it's just downright mean-spirited. Don't believe me? Just watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwopqnDgRVI

      Also, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gravity Falls, Wander Over YonderPhineas & Ferbhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ihzp55Cuo7M

      Come on, come on, if we keep talking like that there won't any hope that animation still has quality

      Just be happy we live in an age of creator-driven cartoons and this isn't the '80s where almost every cartoon is a half-hour toy commercial and "moral guardians" controlled the show's content. Also, I get the feeling you dislike shows like Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Gravity Falls because they're more edgy and geared towards an older audience, which is a really stupid reason for disliking something. Not every show has to be sweet and child-friendly. 

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.

      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).
      Not let's not despair, there might be hope, because of shows like Phineas and Ferg, Spongebob and the Fairly Oddparents

      Spongebob and FOP are kinda loosing their quality as well, not to say that they're bad shows.
      I do believe the Fairly Odd Parents and Spongebob still has their quality
      Really? Almost everyone whose been watching Spongebob since the begining and whose older enough to realize it can agree the quality of the episodes are getting lower and lower. I mean, there was even a whole episode about Spongebob having a gross splinter. A whole episode... And FOP added a baby and a dog to the show, not many like the Wishology thing, and the writers are basically trying to jump the shark with the new character additions.
      I agree with Jay. Spongebob has seriously gone down hill. All the characters have become annoying and unlikeable, the strories and jokes are dull and uninspired, and it's just downright mean-spirited. Don't believe me? Just watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwopqnDgRVI

      Also, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gravity Falls, Wander Over YonderPhineas & Ferbhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ihzp55Cuo7M

      Come on, come on, if we keep talking like that there won't any hope that animation still has quality
      Just be happy we live in an age of creator-driven cartoons and this isn't the '80s where almost every cartoon is a half-hour toy commercial and "moral guardians" controlled the show's content. Also, I get the feeling you dislike shows like Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Gravity Falls because they're more edgy and geared towards an older audience, which is a really stupid reason for disliking something. Not every show has to be sweet and child-friendly. 

      I get it, but just say it to me, for I'm not the only one, because as I seen in some articles and comments in places like wikia pages of shows or episodes of some shows, there are many others who aren't very thrilled about

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    • We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      So Mickey won't be like the one in the new Disney Channel cartoon shorts: Mickey Mouse (2013 TV series)

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.

      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.

      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 


      I agree with Nsanity64, Gravity Falls, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, are good. Both are WAY better than Annoying Orange.

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

      Well, it seems you're one of them who enjoys them, when most of the world doesn't

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    • Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

      I agree with Nsanity64, Gravity Falls, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, are good. Both are WAY better than Annoying Orange.

      Well, it seems you're one of them who enjoys them, when most of the world doesn't

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

      I agree with Nsanity64, Gravity Falls, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, are good. Both are WAY better than Annoying Orange.
      Well, it seems you're one of them who enjoys them, when most of the world doesn't

      Actually, a lot of people enjoy them. You don't have to look hard to find fans of these shows. 

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

      I agree with Nsanity64, Gravity Falls, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, are good. Both are WAY better than Annoying Orange.
      Well, it seems you're one of them who enjoys them, when most of the world doesn't
      Actually, a lot of people enjoy them. You don't have to look hard to find fans of these shows. 

      Well I got proof from those who responded and reviews

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

      I agree with Nsanity64, Gravity Falls, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, are good. Both are WAY better than Annoying Orange.
      Well, it seems you're one of them who enjoys them, when most of the world doesn't
      Actually, a lot of people enjoy them. You don't have to look hard to find fans of these shows. 
      Well I got proof from those who responded and reviews

      But Gravity Falls, Adventure Time, and Regular Show have all received very good reviews.

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    • Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

      I agree with Nsanity64, Gravity Falls, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, are good. Both are WAY better than Annoying Orange.
      Well, it seems you're one of them who enjoys them, when most of the world doesn't
      Actually, a lot of people enjoy them. You don't have to look hard to find fans of these shows. 
      Well I got proof from those who responded and reviews
      But Gravity Falls, Adventure Time, and Regular Show have all received very good reviews.

      Yeah, yeah, yeah, in entertainment news but not many fans I could recall

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Disneyfan97 wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We do got to stand up and help have animation meaningful again, even in Disney as proven by this video: 
      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      Walt Disney & Mickey Mouse- Somewhere Out There, An American Tail

      You do realize that's a fan video, right? Also, not everything needs to be exactly like what Walt made. No disrepect to the guy, he's a genius and a lot of his films are brilliant, but there's nothing wrong with other artists doing their own thing. Just do what you think is entertaining first; and if it happens to be sweet and heartfelt or zany and crude, then so be it. Variety is what the animation industry really needs, especially in mainstream animation.
      I get that this is a fan video (even when I put it in) the point of me putting the video in is because in the end of the video (if you seen the video) Walt Disney said "When I die, I don't want a funeral. I want to be remembered alive". I think what he was saying was he wanted his memory being remembered, and I think I know how by his media, and I think the shows like Fish Hooks, Gravity Falls and the 2013 version of Mickey Mouse are preventing that, except for the films. And I think you your right, the animation buisness needs variety, mostly in television shows, and I think most of the television shows are the ones lacking it like Uncle Grandpa, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Annoying Orange, The Looney Tunes Show, Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show, Breadwinners and Sanjay and Craig.
      What's important is that Gravity Falls and the new Mickey shorts are entertaing in their own right. And God forbid Disney try new things and experiment. Didn't Walt say "Keep Moving Forward?" Besides, all of the shows you listed are unique in their own way with varying levels of quality, ranging from good (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, Looney Tunes Show), to okay (Uncle Grandpa) to awful (Annoying Orange). 

      I agree with Nsanity64, Gravity Falls, and the new Mickey Mouse shorts, are good. Both are WAY better than Annoying Orange.
      Well, it seems you're one of them who enjoys them, when most of the world doesn't
      Actually, a lot of people enjoy them. You don't have to look hard to find fans of these shows. 
      Well I got proof from those who responded and reviews
      But Gravity Falls, Adventure Time, and Regular Show have all received very good reviews.
      Yeah, yeah, yeah, in entertainment news but not many fans I could recall

      Still, the shows have lots, and lots, and lots, and lots of fans. You can find them everywhere if you look for them, even on this wiki. 

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    • I feel gravity falls does embody a lot of what walt Disney meant by some of his speeches.

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    • Well, back on topic, I hope Star Butterfly will be a lot like Kim Possible.

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:
      Well, back on topic, I hope Star Butterfly will be a lot like Kim Possible.

      Me too

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:
      Well, back on topic, I hope Star Butterfly will be a lot like Kim Possible.


      Agreed!

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    • Could Star Butterfly become an unofficial Disney Princess?

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    • Btgr wrote:
      Could Star Butterfly become an unofficial Disney Princess?

      Maybe

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Btgr wrote:
      Could Star Butterfly become an unofficial Disney Princess?
      Maybe

      No, it's a YES!!!

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    • http://warburtonlabs.blogspot.com.au/2014/06/second-annual-tva-dts-sonora-speedway.html

      Everyone! I've just found this. They've finally revealed official promo art for Star and the Forces of Evil (It's only a unicorn though) and Penn Zero: Part Time Hero on remote control cars.

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    • Btgr wrote:
      http://warburtonlabs.blogspot.com.au/2014/06/second-annual-tva-dts-sonora-speedway.html

      Everyone! I've just found this. They've finally revealed official promo art for Star and the Forces of Evil (It's only a unicorn though) and Penn Zero: Part Time Hero on remote control cars.

      Well, with that Star and the Forces of Evil might become a sucess

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    • 356px-Star
      Hey, would this be considered fanart even though I found it in starandforcesofevil.wikia.com.
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    • Btgr
      Btgr removed this reply because:
      I want to make a fresh entry.
      00:24, June 22, 2014
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    • Update: 

      They've finally shown previews of Star and the Forces of Evil:

      http://mercuryfilmworks.com/projects/

      http://vimeo.com/97468110

      http://derekleethompsonblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/StarBoardTestPart1.pdf

      http://derekleethompsonblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/StarBoardTestPart2.pdf

      Mercury Filmworks also claims there are three upcoming Disney projects called: "Thunderbeards,Rapscallions and Shred Force".

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    • Btgr wrote:

      Update: 

      They've finally shown previews of Star and the Forces of Evil:

      http://mercuryfilmworks.com/projects/

      http://vimeo.com/97468110

      http://derekleethompsonblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/StarBoardTestPart1.pdf

      http://derekleethompsonblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/StarBoardTestPart2.pdf

      Mercury Filmworks also claims there are three upcoming Disney projects called: "Thunderbeards,Rapscallions and Shred Force".

      With that it might become a success.

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Btgr wrote:

      Update: 

      They've finally shown previews of Star and the Forces of Evil:

      http://mercuryfilmworks.com/projects/

      http://vimeo.com/97468110

      http://derekleethompsonblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/StarBoardTestPart1.pdf

      http://derekleethompsonblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/StarBoardTestPart2.pdf

      Mercury Filmworks also claims there are three upcoming Disney projects called: "Thunderbeards,Rapscallions and Shred Force".

      With that it might become a success.

      Darn! I was going to post a link for the last 2 links!

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      WanderIsAwesome2001 removed this reply because:
      I just do.
      17:45, July 29, 2014
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    • I now hate that it's now called Star Versus The Forces of Evil. That's one sylable too many!

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    • I understand why they would change the name. A girl like Star would never be affiliated with the ones she fights against, after all.

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    • I have a feeling that this show is going to be like a mixture between Adventure Time and Kim Possible.

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    • I saw the opening of the show on YouTube (for it was a sneak peek from the International Comic Con) and I got to say, I believe that show will become a sucess

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    • To me, it looks like this show will be really good. I love the teen superhero and magical girl genres), and it's refreshing to get a female protagonist on the Disney channels. The art style and animation looks fanastic in the theme song, and the multiple characters and creatures in the theme song, like bunny pirates and a flying unicorn head, look creative and fun. This'll definitely be worth the wait for 2015.

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    • Tansyflower wrote:
      To me, it looks like this show will be really good. I love the teen superhero and magical girl genres), and it's refreshing to get a female protagonist on the Disney channels. The art style and animation looks fanastic in the theme song, and the multiple characters and creatures in the theme song, like bunny pirates and a flying unicorn head, look creative and fun. This'll definitely be worth the wait for 2015.

      Oh yes indeed, I quite agree for I saw the opening myself

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:

      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      With some of the animated shows on Disney Channel like Fish Hooks and Gravity Falls, I hope the upcoming animated television series Star and the Forces of Evil will be like Kim Possible, American Dragon: Jake Long and Phineas and Ferb.


      I agree, DTA used to make great series but it seems like they just gave up and decided to be influenced by other channels like Cartoon Network (aka lametoon network).

      I agree as well, animation is too relied upon humor and shows like Batman The Animated Series, Watership Down and even Shane Acker's 9 are living proof that serious animation exists and Hollywood doesn't want anyone to know about it. But you know what I would like?: a dark and gritty Big Hero 6 television series.

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    • Iscreamer1 wrote:

      I agree as well, animation is too relied upon humor and shows like Batman The Animated Series, Watership Down and even Shane Acker's 9 are living proof that serious animation exists and Hollywood doesn't want anyone to know about it. But you know what I would like?: a dark and gritty Big Hero 6 television series.

      Dark doesn't always means it's good. Dark shows do get boring as well.

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    • Btgr wrote:

      Iscreamer1 wrote:

      I agree as well, animation is too relied upon humor and shows like Batman The Animated Series, Watership Down and even Shane Acker's 9 are living proof that serious animation exists and Hollywood doesn't want anyone to know about it. But you know what I would like?: a dark and gritty Big Hero 6 television series.

      Dark doesn't always means it's good. Dark shows do get boring as well.

      Maybe so, but still I want something that's not too comical but an emotional roller coaster. And THAT is what Big Hero 6 is.

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