Thread: Cartoons that were cancelled too early

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    Name as many cartoons as you can that didn't last very long or just didn't have a lot of episodes in total. CGI animated shows also count, too.

    Let me start it off:

    Moral Orel (2005)
    Big Guy and Rusty (1999)
    Father of the Pride (2004)
    The Brothers Flub (1999)
    Butt-Ugly Martians (2001)
    My Gym Partner's a Monkey (2005)
    Mission Hill (1999)
    The Oblongs (2001)
    Laser Tag Academy (1986)
    Game Over (2004)
    The Pink Panther and Sons (1985)
    Godzilla: The Series (1999)
    The New Pink Panther Show (1994)

    How many can you guess? (And don't copy from me! )
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    Pirates of Dark Water
    Toxic Crusaders
    Swamp Thing
    Robocop
    Capitol Critters
    Dinosaurs (Not really a cartoon, but more of "puppets," made by Henson)
    Futurama (though it is now being continued)
    California Raisins Show
    Super Mario Bros. 3
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    King Aurthur and The Knights of Justice

    Sonic the Hedgehog (freedom fighters) sat. AM version
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    Baby Blues
    "It lies in the valley of the vision, where the slain are not slain with the sword. In the darkest shadows of light, there you'll find a door..."
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    The Spectacular Spider-Man. Dammit.
    Latest article: http://www.retrojunk.com/details_articles/7494/
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    X-men the animated series
    spider-man the animated series
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    Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM, The Wuzzles, The Snorks, Family Dog, Capitol Critters, He Man 2002 cartoon, Saturday Supercade, Dungeons & Dragons, The Cramp Twins, Funky Cops, Darkwing Duck, Garbage Pail Kids cartoon, Galaxy High, Coconut Fred, Mad Jack the Pirate, Yo Yogi, The Get Along Gang, Tom and Jerry Tales, Nightmare Ned and CBS Storybreak. If anbody wants their favorite cartoon shows and tv shows to be on dvd, please put down your vote at tvshowsondvd.com
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    What about Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light.That was a great cartoon.Well written and top notch voice actors.Also
    Spiral Zone, and the blood hound gang( i know it was live action, but still...)
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    Freakazoid!
    of Living in Sequential Dreams
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    Princess Tenko and the Guardians of The Magic
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    The Critic
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    David the Gnome.
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    The Super Mario Brothers Super Show
    The Adventures Of Super Mario Bros. 3
    Super Mario World
    The Legend Of Zelda
    Sonic The Hedgehog
    Invader Zim
    Sheep In The Big City
    The Brak Show
    2 Stupid Dogs
    Cartoon Planet
    Mickey Mouse Works
    Top Cat
    Cow And Chicken
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    king koopas kool kartoons
    hi
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    How about:
    C.O.P.S.
    mysterious cities of gold
    pound puppies
    grimms fairy tales (on nick jr)
    even "voltron" wasnt on long enough
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    ren and stimpy

    john k should still be churning out new episodes of this
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    Most certainly, without a doubt, Sonic The Hedgehog.
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    Freakazoid.
    Sonic SatAM. (Loved it since i was 11)
    Swat Kats. (Ditto)
    He-Man 2002.
    Capitol Critters.
    And others.
    "Nobody wants to see vampire killers or vampires either! apparently all they want are demented madmen running around in ski-masks hacking up young virgins"-Peter Vincent from Fright Night.
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    Oh, boy ... numerous Hanna-Barbera (and Ruby-Spears, from 197 cartoons got canceled for one reason or another:
    *The Jetsons (ABC) (1962-1963)
    *Jonny Quest (ABC) (1964-1965)
    *Space Kidettes (1966-1967)
    *The Fantastic Four (ABC) (1967-196
    *Wacky Races (1968-1969)
    *The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (1968-1970)
    *The Cattanooga Cats (1969-1970)
    *The Funky Phantom (1971-1972) (reruns to 1973)
    *The Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm Show (1971-1972) (reruns from 1974-76)
    *The Amazing Chan & the Chan Clan (1972-1973)
    *Sealab 2020 (1972-1973)
    *Yogi's Gang (1973-1974) (reruns to 1975)
    *Speed Buggy (1973-1974) (reran on ABC from 1975-1976, and back on CBS from January-September 1983)
    *Hong Kong Phooey (1974-1975) (reruns to 1976)
    *Devlin (1974-1975)
    *Partridge Family 2200 AD (1974-1975)
    *Valley of the Dinosaurs (1974-1975)
    *Wheelie & the Chopper Bunch (1974-1975)
    *The (New) Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show (1975-1976)
    *Mumbly (1976-1977)
    *Jabberjaw (1976-1977)
    *Clue Club (1976-197 (1977 reruns were part of Skatebirds, running as the segment titled Woofer & Whimper, but is edited so only the two titular dogs' scenes were seen)
    *Skatebirds (1977-197
    *Fangface (1978-1980)
    *Yogi's Space Race (1978-1979)
    *Jana of the Jungle (1978-1979)
    *The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show (1979-1980)
    *Casper & the Angels (1979-1980)
    *The Super Globetrotters (1979-1980)
    *The New Shmoo (1979-1980)
    *Fonz & the Happy Days Gang (1980-1982)
    *The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show (1980-1982)
    *The Plastic Man/Baby Plas Super Comedy Show (1980-1981)
    *Laverne & Shirley in the Army (1981-1982)
    *Trollkins (1981-1982)
    *The Kwicky Koala Show (1981-1982) (was legendary cartoonist Tex Avery's final work as he would die on August 26, 1980, while the show was in production)
    *Space Stars (1981-1982)
    *The Dukes (1983-1984)
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    • 9 years 9 months ago
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    Awesome list.
    Biggest flaw I have with Boomerang is that almost strictly HB, leaving out a lot of other clasisc cartoons.

    Would DC Follies count? (puppets)
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