I'm finding I'm having to explain who every guest star is in "Scooby Doo and Guess Who?" to my kids. The only ones they know are Batman and Wonder Woman. George Takai, Whoopi Goldberg, Mark Hamill....they're all like "Who?!?"
With the rumored "Mario 35th Anniversary" stuff out of the way, I would now expect a full blown Nintendo Direct to FINALLY come out in October or November (or maybe early December). Their way of saying "We know 2020 sucked, but look at all the awesome stuff coming out NEXT year!"
I'm getting so sick of "Oh, Netflix has that movie! I'll be sure to watch it someday soon" and then 6 months later, when I'm in the mood to watch it "We're sorry, this movie has been removed from Netflix". I want it to always be available, not be burdened with rights expiring (this time it was the 1990 Ninja Turtle movie, which was on Netflix for months!).
I know it's been several years since I watched Star Trek: Deep Space 9, but...I'm trying to remember the names of the 2 major alien races at the start of the series...and I'm pretty sure they're not the Kardashians and the Bjorkians.
Just noticed: the 1987 "Masters of the Universe" movie is on Youtube legally (and it's free)! A childhood favorite of mine! I saw it in theaters that year - that was the same year I saw the animated "Transformers" movie. Life is good.
COMING NEXT WEEK: The return of the annual "Toonzone Battle of the Brackets" tournament! Look for the thread at the top of the "Toonzone: General Animation" forum! (just giving everyone a heads up now - the thread will be coming soon, in early March...)
Nearly done with watching the last few episodes of the original "Star Trek" series on Netflix. For all the badmouthing the infamous 3rd season got (from 1968-1969) there were a few gems in these last few episodes.
Honestly, some of the shows that aired (or currently airing) on Cartoon Network don't even warrant the TV-PG rating, I'm talking shows like Teen Titans Go!, DC Super Hero Girls, Clarence, Uncle Grandpa for example. TV-Y7 at least.