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The Looney Tunes Show Review
TheWildeOne Review: The Looney Tunes Show
Welcome again to TheWildeOne reviews. Looney Tunes. What I consider to be the greatest of American cartoons ever, next to Animaniacs. Inspiring countless classic characters, great music, and giving work to the greatest American voice actor ever, Mel Blanc, Looney Tunes was without a doubt influential in the cartoon industry. Now, today, with a new generation of kids to cater to, I am glad to say that Looney Tunes has now been resurrected from the dead and is now being brought to the new generation of kids to bring its old style of comedy to them! Or am I glad? Is this new incarnation of Looney Tunes really that good? Well, whether you like it or not, it's today's subject as we review The Looney Tunes Show!
Just some things to get out of the way first. When I first saw commercials for this show, I had to be there. I had to watch this show, and for several reasons. I had already heard the theme song, which is a lot like the music in the show, and
Regular Show Review
TheWildeOne Reviews: Regular Show
Welcome to another episode of TheWildeOne Reviews, evrabody. Now, let me just say that I grew up during the Golden Age of cartoons: when Genddy Tartakovsky ruled over all cartoons, when Craig McCracken gave us Foster's and Powerpuff, and when Nickelodeon had respect for its cartoons with Danny Phantom and Avatar: The Last Airbender. Now, given from what you have all heard on the internet from old school cartoon lovers who are pessimists, you may already think that I'm a real pessimist about today's crap on TV, that it's not as good as the original cartoons we use to have and that I want it all back. To be honest, I don't have that much of a mindset like that. Yes, I miss the old cartoons for being edgy with their humor and for all of the great animation and writing, but that doesn't mean I hate all of today's newest cartoons. First, though, I am mainly referring to Cartoon Network in this case. I know that taste in humor can change over time, and I ful
Rise of the POTA Comparison
Chimps vs. Rubber Masks: why The Rise triumphs over The Conquest.
A review by TheWildeOne
Hello, dear viewers! Well, as you all know, Rise of the Planet of the Apes is finally out, and you all get to take another look into my past movie experiences!
Yes, viewers, I am a bit of a fan of the original Planet of the Apes series of movies. I just saw them one day play a bunch on the Fox Movie Network and I was hooked. If you want my run down of them all, as far as I can remember, here is basically what they are all like.
Original Planet: Great. Good costumes for the time and awesome concept with a good twist ending.
Second Planet: Kind of stupid with psychic humans and a bummer ending.
Escape from: Stupid in not exploring deeply the effect of evolved apes in modern society.
We will discuss Conquest in a bit, but Battle was also pretty stupid.
Now that I have given my short explanation of all of the films, I have recently seen the reboot of the POTA films, and I have to say this to anyone, i
TheWildeOne Reviews: MAD
Welcome one and all to another review by TheWildeOne. Out of all of the new shows and cartoons to grace Cartoon Network today, one has definitely stood out as being unique in that it follows no linear plot, but also has varying animations and uses satire.
Mad is one of the new cartoons introduced to Cartoon Network created by Kevin Shinick and produced by Warner Bros. Animation. It's of course based off of the magazine Mad, and is now bringing its brand of humor to the air waves.
Let me start this off by saying that I don't know much about the actual magazine Mad. I had heard of the live-action sketch comedy show, but that was never anything close to the actual magazine. So, going in to this, I was really inexperienced in knowledge about the magazine this show was based off of, but I was still willing to see what it was like. All I knew about the magazine was that it was satire and gross out gag based, so I expected as much. And, sure enough, I found
Grow Up Timmy Turner Review
TheWildeOne Reviews: Fairly Odd Parents Grow Up Timmy Turner
Welcome one and all to my first official review for TheWildeOne. To start off what I hope to be a series of reviews of things from my past or things from the present (mainly cartoons I think) I think it will be a fun and yet painful endeavor to review something that has come of light as of recent.
The Fairly Odd Parents was a show created back in 1998 by animator Butch Hartman that originally got his start by use of the show Oh Yeah! Cartoons, where a lot of animators got their start on Nickelodeon, including the creator of Hey Arnold. The show was highly applauded when it first got released and became a big hit on Nickelodeon. For me, it got big because of the colorful characters, kooky situations, and all around wackiness of being a kid with magical godparents who could do almost anything. The adventures were always interesting and almost anything could be done with the shows writing, and things were kept fresh and consiste
TheWildeOne: DC Comics
Super villain Concept
Hello and welcome to episode 3 of TheWildeOne's character concepts! In this episode, I take a look into the psyche of the villain and try to give my own spin on one of my own so as to try and contribute something to DC Comics.
The Series: DC Comics
Okay, not series, but technically an entire franchise. I really don't think I need to say much except that DC Comics is one of the largest comic book franchises in the world and has given us many beloved superheroes in the process of becoming that franchise: Superman, Wonderwoman, Batman, Aquaman, The Flash, Plastic Man, The Green Lantern. I don't think I need to say any more, but I will anyway. Along with great superheroes, there have also come great villains: Joker, Grodd, Grundy, Star Sapphire, Lex Luthor, Sinestro, and many more. A lot of these villains also have a certain air of complexity to them too, as their character arcs have stretched over many years and have had room for development. But, I thought tha
TheWildeOne: Fairy Tail
Fairy Tail Character Concept
Intro: Hello everyone and welcome to episode two of TheWildeOne's Character Concepts! Today we will be taking a look at a character that I invented for an up and coming manga/anime whose "tail", so to speak (damn I'm good), is filled with oedipal issues, revenge, romance, and all out fighting for the good fight.
The Series: Fairy Tail
For those not familiar with the series, Fairy Tail is a manga/anime created by Hiro Mashima that has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump and published by Kodansha Limited for both its Japanese and English release. The series is told from the perspective of a 17 year old girl named Lucy Heartfilila, who is a part of one of the most infamous mage guilds out there, Fairy Tail (mage= magic user). She joins up and gets immersed in the world of mages she has desired so much and makes new friends; I cannot stress the annoyance of the friendship theme enough, and with her new friends' plunges deeper into the inner conflicts of the m
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