Episode One-derland: Cartoon Edition

A series dedicated to my first impressions on cartoon series!

Green = Continue

Red = Drop

Yellow = Uncertain

Italics = Full review now available (link inside)

# – 6Teen

A – The Amazing World of Gumball

ATOM: Alpha Teens on Machines

Angel’s Friends

Angry Birds Toons

B – BattleTech

C – Camp Lakebottom

D –Detentionaire

Diabolik

Dino Riders

E – Extreme Dinosaurs

F

G

H – Huntik: Secrets and Seekers

I

J

K

L – Lloyd in Space

Loonatics Unleashed

M – Martin Mystery

N – NASCAR Racers

O

P

Q

R – Robotomy

Ruby Gloom

S – Scaredy Squirrel

Slugterra

Star vs. The Forces of Evil

Storm Hawks

T – The Looney Tunes Show

The Mighty B!

The Mummy: The Animated Series (Secrets of the Medjai)

U

V

W – We Bare Bears

Winx Club

X

Y – Yin Yang yo!

Z – Zeke’s Pad

Zevo – 3

Zorro Generation Z

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4 thoughts on “Episode One-derland: Cartoon Edition

  1. I don’t know where else to say this, but you tweeted about Teen Titans Go and its movie. Do you plan to review Teen Titans Go?

    On a semi-related note, how about Nina Needs to Go?

    • I plan on watching the movie and most likely reviewing that, but I don’t really have plans on reviewing the series. I feel like I don’t have much to add to the conversation that many many others have already contributed to, and I just don’t enjoy watching it at all. It’s a miserable experience to me, especially when the episodes are Beast Boy or Cyborg focused.

      Also, side note, but if they weren’t kidding about the TT season six thing, you can bet everything I’ll be reviewing every episode of that.

      I’ve never heard of Nina Needs to Go, but after looking it up, sure. I’ll give it a go. The episodes are short enough for me to plow through in one sitting, and I can make a review of the series as a whole, if I can find them. 🙂

      • Nina Needs to Go was just a joke, but if you want to take it seriously, feel free. Just don’t feel like you HAVE to; it’s your blog, not mine.

        Fun fact: I’ve watched TTG, but not the original. I was younger when I watched it, and I thought it was okay. Nothing amazing, but it kept my attention when it appeared on TV. Then again, I have a track record of liking things until people point out their flaws and I recoil at the thought of ever having liked it in the first place.

        Not all TTG episodes are bad, though. There’s the renowned “40% 40% 20%”, and AlphaJay made a list of his ten favorite TTG episodes, none of which are “40% 40% 20%”.

      • Too late. You opened the can of worms, Tic Tac. And you opened it in the bathroom.

        I honestly don’t mind since it’s so short, and, yes, I’ve already started watching it lol I do always say I’m willing to give nearly everything a shot. But I will be heading the review with ‘THIS IS ALL TIC TAC’S FAULT’ 😛

        I was a huge fan of the original, but I didn’t go into TTG actively wanting to dislike it or anything. The original TT had plenty of great comedy, so I figured that a comedy spin-off had promise, but then I just spiraled into massive disappointment after watching a few episodes. I still catch scenes in passing because it’s damn near always on, but I don’t like it.

        Also, I can’t feel like giving it too much of a chance anymore because…I forget if it was Mr. Enter or PIEGUYRULZ who reported that the writers of TTG basically said in an interview that they know they write poorly and make dumb jokes but they don’t care because the show makes money either way.

        Then there was that episode that seemed to make fun of fans of the original series who wished TTG was a more serious continuation of the original.

        I’m certain there are some good episodes in the mix, and it seems like the voice actors still have a blast with the series, but, besides the movie, I don’t have it in me to actively watch or review it.

        I have a similar relationship with the Powerpuff Girls reboot. I know I could drown in fuel for review/rant fodder there (I am haunted by the twerking…), but I just feel depressed watching it.

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