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What WB DVDs do you want released?

Discussion in 'The Warner Bros. Club' started by Alpha Flight, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. Alpha Flight

    Alpha Flight Creator of the Mid-Night Detectives comic series.

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    What Warner Bros. DVDs would you like to see released next? I would like to see Yogi's Treasure Hunt aka Yogi's Space Race and Tiny Toon Adventures!
     
  2. Buster Bunny

    Buster Bunny Certified Rabbitologist

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    Totally and utterly absolutely positively completely certainly and surely without a doubt TTA :sweat:
     
  3. dth1971

    dth1971 Active Member

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    Tiny Toon Adventures
    Road Rovers
    Histeria!
    Taz-Mania
    Detention
     
  4. Fifi Fanatic

    Fifi Fanatic Certified Skunkologist

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    Tiny Toons, Freakazoid, Duck Dodgers, & Taz-Mania...... in that order. :)
     
  5. J. B. Warner

    J. B. Warner Increasing my wordiness

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    Well, "Tiny Toon Adventures", obviously. It did set the precedent for every Silver Age WB show that succeeded it, after all.

    Oh, and "Freakazoid", if only because I never got to see it, and I keep hearing people gush about how great it is. I want to see what I've been missing.
     
  6. takineko

    takineko I can do that with a pancake!

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    The rest of Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain
    Freakazoid
    Tiny Toon Adventures
    Earthworm Jim [does that count? It was on the WB but I don't remember who made it]
     
  7. Ishoka

    Ishoka The Genocidal Blue Bunny.

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    Everyone has already mentioned what I'd like to see come out... So I'll just add a little something to it.

    All the movies and specials for A!, TTA, and such. (Mainly meaning... The Spring Break Special XD) =)
     
  8. Jpox

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    Looney Tunes Golden Collection 5 - "however long it runs",
    rest of Tom & Jerry shorts,
    a complete, uncut Tex Avery collection,
    ToonHeads season sets,
    Tiny Toon Adventures,
    Taz-Mania,
    rest of Animaniacs & Pinky and the Brain,
    Freakazoid!,
    Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries,
    Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain,
    Histeria!,
    Duck Dodgers.
     
  9. Frank Castle

    Frank Castle Sic vis pacem, para bellum

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    FREAKAZOID!

    Low bridge every down! Caveguy's underpants are brown! Brown brown!:D
     
  10. takineko

    takineko I can do that with a pancake!

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    He's got the cooties ooOoooties!
     
  11. Harukuro

    Harukuro Member

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    Tiny Toons
    Freakazoid
    Duck Dodgers
    (and even though it may not by Warner Bros. I agree with taki on Earthworm Jim:anime: )
     
  12. John Pannozzi

    John Pannozzi Still Gritty after all these years

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    Tiny Toon Adventures (all episodes uncut, with "The Looney Beginning" as it originaly aired in prime-time, "The Return of Batduck" as it originally aired as the primere of the Plucky Duck show, "How I Spent My Vacation" UNCUT,a nd the 2 specials)
    Taz-Mania
    A widescreen version of Batman & Mr. Freeze in "Sub-Zero" (a box set of this along with "Mask of the Phantom", "Mystery of Batwoman" and an UNCUT "Return of the Joker" would be sweet, but I'd settle for just widescreen "Sub-Zero")
    Gotham Girls (the internet cartoon with female Batman characters)
    Cartoon Monsoon (some other internet cartoon)
    The Rest of Animaniacs and Pinky & The Brain (including "Star Warners" all 13 episodes of Pinky, Elmyra and The Brain and "Wakko's Wish")
    Freakazoid!
    Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries
    Road Rovers
    Histeria!
    Static Shock (in season sets)
    The Zeta Project (again, in season sets)
    Mucha Lucha (yet again, in season sets)
    The rest of Xiaolin Showdown
    All of Teen Titans in true widescreen
    Duck Dodgers
     
  13. Cortez2301

    Cortez2301 Active Member

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    These particular ones and MORE!
     
  14. Baltofan

    Baltofan Active Member

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    The rest of Animaniacs too.
     
  15. Alpha Flight

    Alpha Flight Creator of the Mid-Night Detectives comic series.

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    Wow, thank you for all the responses!
    It looks like there are a lot of possibilites out there, some I didn't even know about! Either way it seems that Tiny Toons is in the most demand and should be released 1st!
     
  16. Douglas E.

    Douglas E. Lucario For The Win!

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    What he said.

    -Doug
     
  17. Cortez2301

    Cortez2301 Active Member

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    I have a question.When you guys say the Silver age of the WB toons,Do you mean the 90s?
     
  18. J. B. Warner

    J. B. Warner Increasing my wordiness

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    ...Yeah, pretty much. I mean, all the cartoons mentioned in the forum description premiered in the '90s, so what else would we mean?
     
  19. Cortez2301

    Cortez2301 Active Member

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    Just wondering in general.
     
  20. J. B. Warner

    J. B. Warner Increasing my wordiness

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    No, I'm curious. Of the choices available, what else could you possibly have thought that the term "Silver Age" referred to? The limited-animation declining years of the 1960s? The bleak and boring slums of the 1970s? The slipshod compilation features of the 1980s? The disrespectful assembly-line garbage of the 2000s? Or the pure, unfettered and unmatched comedic brilliance produced for television throughout the 1990s, which is all we ever talk about in this section of the forum? What thought process could possibly have been going on in your head that would make you ask that question?
     

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