• 5 years 11 months ago
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    yeah not a very good vs thread of couarse i would say old school
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      • 5 years 10 months ago
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      mrpie wrote:
      yeah not a very good vs thread of couarse i would say old school


      Yeah, if some people here actually got to see it first-hand.
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        • 5 years 10 months ago
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        No contest! Old! I think the only show on CN that I would watch now is Tom & Jerry.
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          • 5 years 10 months ago
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          i_pwn_n00bz wrote:
          who cares? cartoon network isn't going back to the way they was in the past you epic failures!


          And who cares about you?

          Cartoon Network plays the same 7 shows all day long. No variety. You must be 5 years old.
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            • 5 years 10 months ago
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            grindcore_fan wrote:
            i_pwn_n00bz wrote:
            who cares? cartoon network isn't going back to the way they was in the past you epic failures!


            And who cares about you?

            Cartoon Network plays the same 7 shows all day long. No variety. You must be 5 years old.


            Stop talking to yourself.
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              • 5 years 10 months ago
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              That isn't me. That is likely Limpbizkitkid or Lockett.
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                • 5 years 10 months ago
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                Last I checked both accounts had the same IP, ISP and Network. And they still do, except for the last section of the IP which means you're using a different computer this time.

                But whatever, that's not important now. Try not to make accounts like that a habit.
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                  • 5 years 10 months ago
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                  Ha ha! Grindcore fan fails.
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                    • 5 years 10 months ago
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                    What do you think?
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                      • 5 years 5 months ago
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                      roygerdodger91 wrote:
                      What do you think?


                      Well, this thread's already 7 months old and 5 months have passed since your last post here in this thread. But anyway, there are a lot of people out there who are being publicly slapped for daring to mention the recent state and climate of Cartoon Network. A lot of you wanted those people to accept the changing face of Cartoon Network as final, and move on from some things. In fact, some people and some things move on especially since Dexter's Laboratory became a parody of itself (no thanks to the newer, 2001-2003 seasons and especially when Boomerang picked up the show and reair it in reruns or so). And things even move on since Toonami have ended. I know not only what cause Cartoon Network to jump the shark. I think it was the collaspe of the Toon Boom that lasted for 15 years since 1988's Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The Old Cartoon Network's finally gone. It's finally gone, perhaps. And nothing will forever remain the same on Cartoon Network. I believe Dexter's Lab and the Old Cartoon Network and even Toonami will exist only as cherished memories or so.

                      But...

                      I always thought I could stage a comeback for two classic Cartoon Network shows from the 90's (Dexter's Lab and the Powerpuff Girls) with my magnum opus, Dexter's Odyssey. And I always thought that new management, new directions, and even newer, younger, more eager animation talent will come to Cartoon Network someday.

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                        • 5 years 4 months ago
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                        Are you kidding? Old school Cartoon Network. That had more great shows than what the new one has.
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                          • 3 years 9 months ago
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                          :( Worried? Well not to worry, because Boomerang has all of the older Cartoon network shows out there! :wink: Well, I'll see you soon!!
                          ABSENT FOR PASSOVER..........WILL BE BACK AFTERWARDS...........JESSE :o
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                            • 3 years 9 months ago
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                            JesseInRetroLand wrote:
                            :( Worried? Well not to worry, because Boomerang has all of the older Cartoon network shows out there! :wink: Well, I'll see you soon!!


                            christ almighty, you sound like that magneticdestroyer fellow
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                              • 3 years 9 months ago
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                              I haven't really watched Cartoon Network in a while, so I'll say "Old-School", but from what I can tell, the quality of CN's shows hasn't gone down. The writing and animation seems to be on the same level as the old 60s/70s cartoons they used to show. The new animation formats and shows are new, so you guys say it sucks because of, well, I don't really know what you're basing your opinions on.

                              The old cartoons and formats were relevant in the 90s, but are dated and corny in the 10s, so they have to change to keep up with kids (no matter how badly they fail). A modern 7 year old wouldn't get references/spoofs of 80s/90s movies/shows/trends, so the jokes are kinda lost to them, since a spoof is funny when you know what's being made fun of, or what's being referred to. That's right. Shows like "Johnny Bravo", "Dexter's Lab", "Captain N", "Doug", "Road Rovers", "Huck Hound", "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "He-Man", "Thundercats", "Angry Beavers", "Animaniacs", "Ren & Stimpy", "2 Stupid Dogs", etc. are no longer relevant. Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network can still rerun these shows, and they could possibly have comebacks, but it's not likely. Get over it, and grow up.
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                                • 3 years 9 months ago
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                                Well I wouldn't say there's only two eras for CN. Id say there's four

                                1992-1994 era:
                                Back in this time they mainly showed reruns of old-shool cartoons like The Flintstones, Scooby Doo, Tom & Jerry, and the Termite Terrace cartoons. But in '94 they got their first original series Space Ghost: Coast To Coast. I don't remember this era because I was very young at the time. But I did see a lot of these shows on the network, because the reruns lasted a while so: 8/10

                                1995-2003 era "The Golden-age of Cartoon Network":
                                The era of the Cartoon Cartoons. their best shows Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow & Chicken, I Am Weasel, The Power Puff Girls, Ed, Edd, n' Eddy etc. premiered in this era. Also SGCTC was at it's best in the early part of this era. The reason they're famous is because of these shows. Also in 1997 Toonami premieres, and in 2001 [adult swim] premires. This is CN's best era. 10/10

                                2004-2009 era "The Downfall":
                                Most of the Cartoon Cartoons got canceled in this era. And some not so good shows came along like Ben 10, My Gym Partner's A Monkey, and Class Of 3000. I'd say this here is the downfall era for many reasons. Toonami ends, Cartoon Cartoon Fridays ends, old-school cartoons are removed, good stuff is replaced with bad stuff. 3/10

                                2010-Present era:
                                I think Cartoon Network are getting back on track nowadays. They're starting to show reruns of their older shows again, they canceled a lot of the crappy 3rd era shows, and some of their newer shows (like Adventure Time, and Regular Show) are actually pretty good. 6/10

                                The best is the 2nd era The era of the Cartoon Cartoons. The worst is the 3rd era The Downfall.
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                                  • 3 years 9 months ago
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                                  what a terrible question!
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                                    This crappy thread again...?? :roll:

                                    Again, I'd like to mention that Cartoon Network is for KIDS.... The network hasn't gotten any dumber at all, you guys just outgrew it. There's still just as much good shows for the kids watching it today as there was when we were kids.
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                                      blueluigi wrote:
                                      This crappy thread again...?? :roll:

                                      Again, I'd like to mention that Cartoon Network is for KIDS.... The network hasn't gotten any dumber at all, you guys just outgrew it. There's still just as much good shows for the kids watching it today as there was when we were kids.


                                      Yes I know the network is for kids. But some shows aren't only good because of nostalgia. Some shows I think are even better watching them as an adult. The channel did go downhill a little bit around 2004. But I think they're getting a little better now. Some shows from the 90's I didn't watch a whole lot when I was little, but I watched them again, and loved them. I don't ever consider nostalgia to be a reason for a cartoon to be good, but I do think most 90's cartoons are better. But I can also admit that some cartoons from before I was born (Garfield And Friends, and Inspector Gadget etc.) were good, and I do like some 2000's cartoons like:
                                      Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends
                                      Aqua Teen Hunger Force
                                      The Brak Show
                                      and
                                      Invader Zim.

                                      But c,mon man, the 90's was the golden-age for televison animation. I know kids of today are gonna complain about the next generation, but when it comes to cartoons the 90's was the best era. I've even showed some of my younger cousins, and my little sister some of the cartoons I watched, and even they loved them. So at the same time you do have a point, your also wrong.
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                                        • 3 years 5 months ago
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                                        This is one thing I could really argue with.
                                        I liked the old Cartoon Network in my humble opinion, but the newer CN has gone too far with airing live-action shows and movies every now and then.
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