473 Posts
17 years, 1 month ago

tiny toons
plastic man
tons more.

Plus you can put a write in vote at the bottem.

I put saturday supercade.

This may be our only chance at getting shows like pac-man or plastic man on dvd!
    COOLHAND's Avatar
    2938 Posts
    17 years, 1 month ago
    Awesome! I'm gonna vote right now!
      bamfingnightcrawler's Avatar
      17 years, 1 month ago
      Tiny Toon Adventures
        2602 Posts
        17 years, 1 month ago
        I voted for Silverhawks.
          Forgotten_sin's Avatar
          889 Posts
          17 years, 1 month ago
          I'd so buy a tiny toons set.

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            Dawg's Avatar
            484 Posts
            17 years, 1 month ago
            Pac-Man! Pac-Man! Pac-Man! Pac-Man! Pac-Man!

            Please, for the love of God... Pac-Man! :-)

            Then let's bring along Supercade on DVD.
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              17 years, 1 month ago
              I voted for Tiny Toons! I missed that show!
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                17 years, 1 month ago
                Tiny Toons!
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                  menasor's Avatar
                  661 Posts
                  17 years, 1 month ago
                  i voted for silverhawks and freakazoid:cool:
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                    423 Posts
                    17 years, 1 month ago
                    I want to see Tiny Toons again, a big chunk of my childhood died once that show was taken off the air.
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                      331 Posts
                      17 years, 1 month ago
                      Tiny Toons and Freakazoid were the best, but I would also accept pac-man. I haven't seen episodes of Tiny Toons in years.
                        79987 Posts
                        17 years, 1 month ago
                        I'm definitley voting for Tiny Toons.
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                          22 Posts
                          17 years, 1 month ago
                          "Tiny Toons" and "Freakazoid" were very good. I'm surprised the '90s version of "Johnny Quest:The Real Adventures" was'nt listed. I voted for "Tiny Toons" and "Freakazoid".

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                            animaniac318's Avatar
                            384 Posts
                            17 years, 1 month ago
                            OMG I hope they come out with Freakazoid!
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                              713 Posts
                              17 years, 1 month ago
                              I voted for nearly all of them, because most of them I haven't seen in ages. In particular, from the list mentioned, I remember Plastic Man, Pac-Man, Tiny Toon Adventures and Freakazoid!. Out of all the four that I mentioned, both Plastic Man and Pac-Man deserve some more exposure and merit from the rest of us.

                              Plastic Man, a character from the DC Comics vaults since the 1940s, was, in the form of this 1979-81 cartoon series produced by Ruby-Spears (he had appeared on one episode of the 1-hour, Hanna-Barbera-fostered SuperFriends series from 1973-74, prior to this show), at first the lead series that began the 2-hour The Plastic Man Comedy-Adventure Show.

                              The component shows of The Plastic Man Comedy-Adventure Show were Mighty Man & Yukk, which featured the world's smallest superhero and his ugly-faced mutt, Yukk, who always had to wear a doghouse to hide it, until he came across villains. Only then would he remove it, and even so he turned away from the audience when doing so. The second one was Rickety Rocket, which featured four African-American teenage detectives traveling in a talking rocket (hence this show's title). The final show was Fangface and Fangpuss, which was a continuation of the 1978-79 series called simply Fangface, was about a crime-fighting werewolf who was Sherman Fangsworth by day and as Fangface by night. His baby nephew, who became Fangpuss by night, was aware of his uncle's werewolf inhibiting problems whenever he saw a moon in any form (be it real or drawn on paper), actually liked the changes.

                              Rickety Rocket vacated the 2-hour block around December, 1979, and when the 1980-81 season came, Plastic Man's show was stripped down to a mere 30 minutes, and adding son Baby Plas, becoming The Plastic Man/Baby Plas Super Comedy Show.

                              Pac-Man, like Plastic Man, also was originally part of another well-regarded block... and another headliner, too. In this case, it was The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show, which aired on ABC for the 1982-83 season. Only the closer, Richie Rich, was a holdover, because it first was part of the 1-hour block The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show which itself ran from 1980-82 and shared adventures with Scooby and Scrappy-Doo (minus Freddy, Daphne and Velma from that show's 1st season). Getting back to Pac, for the 1983-84 season, his show then segued into The Pac-Man/Rubik the Amazing Cube Hour.
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                                COOLHAND's Avatar
                                2938 Posts
                                17 years, 1 month ago
                                I voted for almost all of them as well
                                  79987 Posts
                                  17 years, 1 month ago
                                  they damn well better make a tiny toons one soon. that was the first ever original show i watched growing up
                                    FanOingo's Avatar
                                    19 Posts
                                    17 years, 1 month ago
                                    Tiny Toon Adventures and Freakazoid for sure. Those two were the best right next to Animaniacs. I can't wait.
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