"Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own" News & Discussion Thread

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zoombie

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#29
I wonder if they could do a crossover with Hanazuki, with the Himpkas they are sort of like pets. Is Bev voiced by Evany Rosen from Mystacons? She sounds like Em.
 

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#32
Frankly, I like the old version better.
Which one??? I can almost agree with you. Almost... Only because I still have my problems with LPS (2012), plus I've never seen, let alone care for, the 90's one, all that much, honestly. And even despite my issues with it, there was something special to said show for me that I feel this new show is sorely lacking - where LPS (2012) really did feel like its own thing, unlike what naysayers who especially happen to be MLP fans on the internet will tell you otherwise - this looks like nothing to get really excited about to me.

Guess I'm one of the few people out there who liked Blythe as a core focus - something I will never allow myself to let go of, knowing that human element is what helped me to get into said show at all, once it actually got some development to it, that is (Seasons 2 and 3 are what I'm getting at, for best examples.).

Being brutally honest, I'll be very shocked out of my mind if this gets any fanbase, let alone any fanfare - it just doesn't look like there's a lot here so far to differentiate it from MLP, let alone any generic Nick Jr. / Playhouse Disney show people rarely talk about (usually for good reasons, too.), right now.

It's sad this is how I feel, but I really do feel that they should have waited a couple of years and found some creators/writers who could really do something like this justice on MLP's level (if that's even possible, knowing that this was never a popular brand, even back in the 90's, compared to MLP, unfortunately.) - even if it just turned out to be some simple comedy that could fly over children's heads, at most.
 
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Which one??? I can almost agree with you. Almost... Only because I still have my problems with LPS (2012), plus I've never seen, let alone care for, the 90's one, all that much, honestly. And even despite my issues with it, there was something special to said show for me that I feel this new show is sorely lacking - where LPS (2012) really did feel like its own thing, unlike what naysayers who especially happen to be MLP fans on the internet will tell you otherwise - this looks like nothing to get really excited about to me.

Guess I'm one of the few people out there who liked Blythe as a core focus - something I will never allow myself to let go of, knowing that human element is what helped me to get into said show at all, once it actually got some development to it, that is (Seasons 2 and 3 are what I'm getting at, for best examples.).

Being brutally honest, I'll be very shocked out of my mind if this gets any fanbase, let alone any fanfare - it just doesn't look like there's a lot here so far to differentiate it from MLP, let alone any generic Nick Jr. / Playhouse Disney show people rarely talk about (usually for good reasons, too.), right now.

It's sad this is how I feel, but I really do feel that they should have waited a couple of years and found some creators/writers who could really do something like this justice on MLP's level (if that's even possible, knowing that this was never a popular brand, even back in the 90's, compared to MLP, unfortunately.) - even if it just turned out to be some simple comedy that could fly over children's heads, at most.
I'm talking about the 2012 version.
 

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#34
I'm talking about the 2012 version.
Then I definitely agree with you - although flawed, I still saw effort in said show that I feel this incarnation is lacking. I hope I'm proven wrong, at least for anyone else giving it a chance. It would really suck if this show got met with too much hatred. No cartoon (or anything in any medium for that matter) deserves to be universally hated without reason.
 

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#35
I’ve been liking this version so far, though I do agree that the 2012 series was better (at least from what’s been released so far).

Anyway, here’s another new short. In case anyone is wondering, this wasn’t one of the shorts that aired on Discovery Family Sunday night (there were 2, the first was Welcome to the Littlest Pet Shop, I didn’t catch the title of the second one).