Thread: Which one of these is the best of the 80s cartoon revivals?

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    • 8 years 2 months ago
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    He-Man 200x.
    My Little Pony Friendship is Magic.
    Thundercats.
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

    Pick one.
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    TMNT
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    Thundercats, definitely.
    The new TMNT was *meh*, the new heman was mediocre, the new MLP is bleh.


    ...btw You left out quite a few. Some omitted examples include; GI Joe renegades, transformers prime, voltron force, and the new pound puppies.

    GIJ renegades and the new pound puppies ones are horrible. Transformers prime is good. Voltron force is so-so.
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    Shouldn't Garfield be added in there?

    I know that the modern cartoon from Cartoon Network is in CGI, but it's still kind of a revival.
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    Probably TMNT if I HAD to pick one. As for My Little Pony, have any of you heard about this "brony" thing? It's pretty pathetic.
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    Quote by surf_wax_america
    Probably TMNT if I HAD to pick one. As for My Little Pony, have any of you heard about this "brony" thing? It's pretty pathetic.

    Yeah, I'd rather not be one.
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    Seems like all the remakes got the anime treatment. I remember the He Man one was at least visually reminiscent of the original.
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    TMNT
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    Quote by Drahken
    Thundercats, definitely.
    The new TMNT was *meh*, the new heman was mediocre, the new MLP is bleh.


    ...btw You left out quite a few. Some omitted examples include; GI Joe renegades, transformers prime, voltron force, and the new pound puppies.

    GIJ renegades and the new pound puppies ones are horrible. Transformers prime is good. Voltron force is so-so.


    I actually like GI Joe Renegades the best out of any of these, i did used to watch the new turtles too
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    If I had to pick out of that list, I'd say Thundercats. That was surprisingly okay for a remake/revival show.

    Now, if I had to add one of my own, I'd add Transformers: Prime. I feel it's one of the best thing to happen to the franchise since Beast Wars.
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    MLP's
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    Personally, TMNT 2k3 and Transformers Prime.

    Gi Joe was so-so, never really watched He-Man and MLP, I can't see the appeal of, especially to older men.

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    TMNT, definitely
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    My Little Pony
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    My little pony, FTW.
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    I've never seen those new Transformers or TMNT shows. I've only seen one episode of the 2000s MOTU,and I don't remember much of it. I'm yet to see the new Thundercats,but it looks somewhat decent.

    But that new MLP thing... (shakes head). The less I talk about it,the better.
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    Quote by Retro_Phil
    Personally, TMNT 2k3 and Transformers Prime.

    Gi Joe was so-so, never really watched He-Man and MLP, I can't see the appeal of, especially to older men.

    Have they no shame?


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    TMNT 2003
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    Quote by Drahken
    Thundercats, definitely.
    The new TMNT was *meh*, the new heman was mediocre, the new MLP is bleh.


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    You forgot Gadget and the Gadgetinis, which I'd prefer over My Little Pony any day
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