Gumball almost sound like someone that people can relate to, I like that in a character. His sister sound hilarious, along with his best friend.
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Kwesi Boakye will be providing Darwin's voice. I’ve never heard of the kid, but it does prove what one of the writers told me: the series is going to use U.S. talent for the voice work despite being developed in Europe.
According to one of the main writers for the series, all twenty episodes (forty segments) have been written and the series should premiere early next year. I have higher hopes for this series than I ever had for Hero: 108, but the network's poor treatment of that series does have me somewhat concerned.
Cartoon Network themselves and not a third party. I just hope it actually comes here at all, though. As I recall, Robotboy and Cramp Twins were the only CN Europe originals to come over stateside.
Doesn't really seem to be aimed at me, but I will keep my eye out on news.
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Looks okay so far, the surrealism is deffenitly there. Now that I think about it most if not all of CN's projects have been surreal.... not that I'm complaining!:anime:
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I can appreciate surrealism when it's executed well, and this series would be a nice change of pace form the aeon flux of action shows that Cartoon Network has been getting. If The Amazing World of Gumball comes to the U.S., I'll check it out.
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