Sunday, July 7, 2013

Toons These Days: Pac Man and the Ghostly Adventures

This will be one of the two last Toons These Days episodes for now since I've been getting many requests from my uncle John to do stuff about life, not review cartoons. So, here we go.

Doggy: Better get the complete series DVD for Sonic SatAM because this one is about as dark than the game it was based on. This is Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, or as I call it, "The New Adventures of Pac-Man"

Pacster or Pac-Man is the last of the Yellow Ones after they were all wiped out by the evil Lord Betrayus during the Pac-World War. Mostly, Pac World is inhabited by spherical creatures who's species that have no name! Anyway, Pac-Man is aided by his high-school friends Cylindria and Spiral in wiping out the ghosts that were released from this place from the Nether Realm. It also replaced that show I reviewed awhile back called "Motorcity".

Anyway, the show features some voice actors from My Little Pony and even Tom Ruegger is the producer. Gee, since his shows were so great, Tom thought he would top it. I was never into video games, I was more into dice games, poker, checkers and kick-the-can. For those unfamiliar to Pac-Man or are bronies, this is a watch. Now, before I go on vacation to Hawaii, I will review the show that many requested........Aquarium Girls. Hah! Just kidding it's Xiaolin Showdown. When I return from vacation I will review this Teen Titans Go. Conroy, where are our bags?

Conroy: All ready Doggy.

Doggy D Dachshund and Conroy Cat belong to Alex Dudley. Sonic SATam belong to Cookie Jar and Sega, Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures belong to Namco and Toru Iwatini. Motorcity belongs Titmouse, Inc and Disney Television Animation, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic belongs to Hasbro and DHX Media, Xiaolin Showdown and Teen Titans Go belong to Warner Bros Animation.

Also, the crossover review will be put on hold. Coming soon, Doggy, Conroy and Chester A Bum will review "My Little Pony: Equestria Girls"and "Johnny Test"

Monday, July 1, 2013

Toons these Days: The Cat in the Hat knows a lot about That

Doggy: AHH, MY BRAINS! OH THE CHARACTERS, THEY'RE SO STUPID! HOH BOY, OH JEBUS, BY THE NAME OF HAYAO MIYAZAKI, THEY'RE SO DUMB! Conroy, get me a giant marshmallow to avert my senses!

Conroy: Here you go! (throws giant marshmallow)

Doggy: Ah, that's better. Anyway, the show I watched is another media version of Dr. Suess' works. This one in fact is a Cat in the Hat cartoon starring Martin Short and Robin Tinkler. The story is about the Cat who's friends with these bratty nobodies named Nick and Sally. In the original book and the Bo Welch movie, it was Sally and a boy named Conrad.

Back to the Cat, they go to all sorts of places with dumb names like Muddyfeet Waterhole, the kingdom of Color-Galore and many more stupidly-named places. As for Nick and Sally, they're just dim lightbulbs waiting to burn out. And just when you think that they have only mothers like the Romeo and Juliet with the Flash-animated seals, think again you little shmucks! Watch the Christmas special.

And they say the Cat knows everything but no! The good name of Ted Geisel has been ruined a lot of times save for Blue Sky's Horton movie and I think it's time for these adaptations to die out and be forgotten.

Speaking of Flash, this show is animated in this kind. And I thought Johnny Test was so horrible and easily-made. My rating on this show, half a hat! Coming up next, my first crossover review with Chester A Bum. Wish us good luck on surviving more about everyone's FAVORITE Flash cartoon but it's a surprise. Here's a hint, it's on Cartoon Network and has James Arnold Taylor in it.