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(podmaster) Re: My favorite cartoon is

by PodMaster (Abbot)
on Mar 25, 2002 at 07:48 UTC ( #154040=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to My favorite cartoon is

I don't have a single favorite anything, so from the list, I like:
Dexter's Lab (Dee Dee, you are a cookie.)
Johnny Bravo (Do the monkey with me).
Futurama & Simpsons (always)
R.R. & Coyote (classic, but they don't make new ones)

I also like (shows that are still running)
Family Guy (I really liked the Death episode.
            BTW - The Grim Reaper was played by Adam Corolla
Sponge Bob Square Pants (my favorite fry cook)
SouthPark (kickass),
Batman Returns (action is good),
Grim'n'Evil (It's opposites day!),
Courage The Cowardly Dog (Oh Courage, you're the greatest)
Samurai Jack (KICKASS!!!!!!!!!)

And (shows which are "retired")
Animaniacs -- Pinky and the Brain (zort),
              the Good Feathers, Mindy
       ... most of the entire lineup
Freakazoid (great theme song),
Earth Worm Jim (moo ~ i even like the game),
Beavis'n'Butthead ...
Pink Panther (classic)

I don't like Anime
There is probably plenty I forgot about ;)(i will update)

update: the above was just from memory (20min worth).

In need of a cartoon expert ~ I can't remembe the name of this one cartoon ~ central char. blonde kid (plays bluesharp), w/magical red hat that opens portals, talking bird sidekick (intelligent)

update: right, Might Max, thanks guys ;)

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Re: (podmaster) Re: My favorite cartoon is
by bmcatt (Friar) on Mar 25, 2002 at 16:20 UTC
    Sigh... I'm such a weenie...

    The cartoon you're thinking of is "Mighty Max". Great show, just wish the ending hadn't wound up with it turning into a loop. :-)

Re: (podmaster) Re: My favorite cartoon is
by jrsmith (Pilgrim) on Mar 25, 2002 at 16:36 UTC
    i believe you're referring to Mighty Max.

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