And the winner of this matchup is "Heroes United", which got 4 votes. "TGIS" got 1 vote. The next 2 matchups are the 4 main crossovers for OK KO, which are split into 2 parts. The first half covers "The Power Is Yours" and "Crossover Nexus".
The winner of this matchup is "Into The Hundred Acre Wood", which got 3 votes. "The Manny With The Golden Bear" got nothing. Our next match is Ben 10 crossovers. We have "Heroes United" (Ben 10 Ultimate Alien & Generator Rex) and TGIS (Ben 10 Omniverse & The Secret Saturdays).
Today we start the crossovers edition of Media Brackets. This matchup is between "The Manny With The Golden Bear" (Special Agent Oso and Handy Manny) and "Into The Hundred Acre Wood" (Doc McStuffins and Winnie The Pooh).
I find it interesting how "Nevermore" has been used thrice in DC animation. Teen Titans did it first. Then DC Superhero Girls 2015 did it. Then Young Justice did it. Also, they all give a major role to a Tara Strong character (Raven in the first 2 and Terra in the third).
A lot of Muppet performers who worked with Jim Henson and were born in the mid 1950s-1960s (1954-1963) straddle the line between classic and modern. Those like Pam Arciero, Kevin Clash, Karen Prell, Martin P Robinson, and David Rudman were definitely newbies in the 1980s, but eventually gained notable characters and have outlived Jim Henson.
And the winner of the last matchup of round 1 is Wow Wow Wubbzy, which got 2 votes. Chico Bon Bon Monkey With A Tool Belt gets 1 vote. And now we start round 2 . The matchup here is between Dinosaur Train and Helpsters.
So, we have a tie here, with "Into The Hundred Acre Wood" and "Quack Pack" getting 2 votes each. I'll be tiebreaker. I pick Quack Pack. Now we have the last matchup of round 4, which is between "Phineas And Ferb: Star Wars" and "Scooby Doo And Batman: The Brave And The Bold".
The History of Comedy Central goes back to November 15, 1989 when HBO's (Time, Inc/Time Warner's) "The Comedy Channel" launched, and on April 1, 1990, Viacom launched "HA! TV Comedy Network" The two channels would merge on April 1, 1991 to form "CTV: The Comedy Network", then on June 1, 1991 it was renamed to Comedy Central, with TimeWarner and Viacom having both a 50% share.