Zannek my point was that shows nowadays are good but some new shows on cartoon network dont have flaws that previous characters of previous cartoons had (maybe because its new creators)my comment wasnt to bothering people , its was only an opinion
Every day, I ask myself this question: was I the only person alive who liked LPS (2012) for what it was and it tried to be? Why was everyone so toxic toward it but me and still is (save for one or two people here), outside of here, anyway??
It took me all day and most of the month, but I finally got my 2 laptops upgraded (SSD, new RAM, replaced any and all broken parts, full cleanup of useless programs and salvaging useful ones). It was rough work, but I enjoyed every minute of it!
Someday, I'm gonna do this for a living, honestly.
Yeah... Pinky Malinky is just middling nonsense, at best. It still doesn't surprise me at all that Nick wanted nothing to do with it, though - too bad this is just one more failure for their regime that they cowardly pushed on Netflix to avoid taking blame for making a mediocre product that will be forgotten in due time.
Watched the latest Big City Greens episode... And am relieved they didn't go in a far too predictable direction. I won't spoil anything, I'm just very happy a new character is sticking around for more than one episode, that's all.
Yeah... I just watched the end of Peepoodo... And I wish I hadn't. If I'm considered a wuss for liking Milo Murphy's Law. Big City Greens, Summer Camp Island, Clarence, Craig of the Creek, Hilda, Harvey Beaks, Harvey Street Kids and even The Loud House - not to mention LPS (2012, 2018) SO MUCH MORE because at least those shows have some constraint to not be this gross - then I could care less what you think of me.
What's up with Mattel's fondness with Scare Glow in new Masters of the Universe merchandise? Maybe because he's a FREAKING SKELETON THAT GLOWS IN THE DARK, which is more toyetic than a guy with just a skull for a face, like Skeletor.