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Discussion in 'The Cartoon Network/Boomerang Cartoon Forum' started by superkeegan9100, Feb 26, 2017.
I wonder why the Eds weren't represented in the image.
Wasn't it one of CN's most popular shows of that era?
You can see Plank above Johnny Bravo's head.
On Trademarkia it says that Cartoon Network has started filing new applications for "Downloadable audio, video, audiovisual and image files" for trademarks on a quite a lot of their older stuff last week, including Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Courage The Cowardly Dog, Ed Edd N' Eddy, Codename: Kid's Next Door, and Camp Lazlo.
I already have a feeling they wont do much for the 25th anniversary, so I'm doing my own celebration and taking a picture of all my Cartoon Network merchandise as a way of reminding people how awesome they used to be.
Man, I am so glad they decided to cram Bubbie in there. I freaking love Flapjack.
Glad to see someone else who really liked that show. I know a lot of others find it gross, and I can see why, but to me it just adds to the already strong pirate-y atmosphere, which is one we don't get a lot of in TV animation.
Gonna heavily disagree. WB may have played a part to why JLA hasn't been exposed no but CN I still fully responsible as in why should've given the show better airings
What do you mean by Warner Bros. (WB) playing a part in this?
I don't even except anything big, knowing how bad CN's quality is this year, schedule-wise
Cartoon Network Italy seems to care more than CN US.
Well that's better than nothing.
Let's wait and see if this makes it in some form on the air. Online is great and all, but I feel like there should be some acknowledgement on the live feed.
I said this in the CN Schedule thread, but if CN did a big extravagant celebration every five years it would wear out its welcome very, very quickly. They didn't even do anything for their 15th in 2007, heck, that was the year "Fall Is Just Something Grown Ups Invented" debuted. A neat little bumper length clip is more than enough and gets the job done. Turner doesn't owe us a party.
Having said that - I'm surprised that Regular Show and Gumball got a little more representation in that clip over Adventure Time, much less Teen Titans Go, though if CN needs a flagship series to represent the brand, I'm totally fine with it being Gumball. He did appear in an AT&T commercial with Mark Wahlberg for Pete's sake.
Is it bad that I kinda actually liked the Fall 2007 era?
Nah, I didn't mind it either.
Same. With Fall being my favorite season I found it visually quite nice. Definitely preferred it over Noods and Yes! eras in terms of presentation.
I just hated how a network meant for cartoons tried to replicate Disney Channel and Nickelodeon's success of live-action tween music sitcoms and bands. Those are the negatives about CN when I look back at "Fall Is Something That Grownups Invented", Fried Dynamite, Out of Jimmy's Head, and CN Real. Not saying any of these live-action shows or bands were completely bad, but it was cringeworthy doing this on a network that was only meant for 24 hours of animation for years, similar to the route MTV suffered eventually when it came to reality shows instead of music. Historically Cartoon Network has always done the worst when it has tried to be something that it's not. (Tickle U is another prime example when the network tried to replicate Nick Jr. and Playhouse Disney) When Cartoon Network does their own creativity and focus on everything related to animation they've done best. Even when there's parody promos or blocks when they mix live-action with animation and it's still about the cartoons, they've done very well. At least the Nood bumpers (not the era) were more creative because it had to do with animation and so many different cartoon colors.
If you slow down the video you can see 2 more characters that can't be seen in the group shot they posted for the anniversary.
Zombie Pumpkin Magisword - Mighty Magiswords
Lazlo - Camp Lazlo
Why they didn't put them in the group shot is beyond me.