Monday, August 29, 2016

The Cartoon Hero Presents: Phineas & Ferb


The Cartoon Hero Presents: Phineas & Ferb by theherooftomorrow

Time to premiere Season 8 with a review that's been a long time coming!

8 comments:

  1. Ehhhh, I'm personally not a fan of the new opening song. I think the previous two were better. But that's just my opinion. I personally have no desire to see this show, as it just doesn't look to be my cup of tea. Still, great job on the review!

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  2. i think you have give this show more in depth review in most let animation prove it that good because you did not said any about the movie or there a spin of called milo murphy law staring wierd al to star airing this October

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  3. i think you have give this show more in depth review in most let animation prove it that good because you did not said any about the movie or there a spin of called milo murphy law staring wierd al to star airing this October

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  4. I agree. I was hoping for a more in-depth review of the show such as the characters, important/best/worst episodes, movie, and songs. A big waste of opportunity.

    Anyway, this show is awesome. Love the songs and short stories and the movie.

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  5. Is that a fandub of One-Punch Man's opening theme?

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  6. People like you give the mid to late 2000s way more crap than it really deserves 2005-2009 was a great era for cartoons. It had Avatar The Last Airbender, The Emperor's New School, Justice League Unlimited, Kim Possible, Megas XLR, The Secret Saturdays, Shaun the Sheep, Camp Lazlo, Ben 10, Ben 10 Alien Force, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, Fantastic Four World's Greatest Heroes, Transformers Animated, Jacob Two-Two, The Batman, Teen Titans, SRMTHFG, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (4Kids), The Spectacular Spiderman, Wolverine and The XMen, Iron Man Armored Adventures, Legion of Super-Heroes, Kappa Mikey, Martin Mystery, Chowder,American Drgon Jake Long, The Replacemnts, The Mighty B!, The Marvellous Misadventures of Flapjack, Chaotic, Batman: The Brave and The Bold and more. This era wasn't just good, it was fantastic. Stop looking at the bad things, try to focus at the good stuff instead. Otherwise every era would look bad.

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    1. First of all, I said the EARLY 2000s was a bad era for cartoons. Second, even so, I never said that EVERYTHING from that era was bad. Third, if you're trying to convince me that this era was better than I said, you've picked a list with a lot of holes in it.

      Emperor's New School-repetitive and got stale fast.
      Camp Lazlo-I really don't get what people see in this show, it was never funny to me.
      Ben 10: Alien Force-Uh, no. This was terrible, especially compared to literally every other Ben 10 series.
      Foster's-Had its moments, but suffered from a lot of bad episodes.
      SRMTHFG-Seriously?
      Kappa Mikey-Again, seriously?
      The Mighty B!-ANNOYING.
      Flapjack-ALSO ANNOYING.
      Chaotic-Again, had its moments, but really went downhill after a change in animation style.

      Again, I'm not disagreeing with you, most of the shows you listed were at least pretty good. But I never said they all were. In fact, I'm not going to demonize one particular era. Every era of cartoons has good ones--and if you're going to air your grievances with animation critics, you picked a weird one to come to. I'm probably one of the most forgiving critics out there, and hey, guess what--the comment you left is on another positive review.

      Also, work on your spelling if you want to be taken seriously.

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    2. Sorry dude, but about only half of those are actually good. In my opinion anyway. And those shows are: Avatar: The Last Airbender, Justice League Unlimited, Kim Possible, Megas XLR, Ben 10, Ben 10 Alien Force, Fantastic Four World's Greatest Heroes, Transformers Animated, The Batman, Teen Titans, Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), The Spectacular Spider-Man, Wolverine and The X-Men, Iron Man Armored Adventures, Legion of Super-Heroes, Chaotic, Batman: The Brave and The Bold, and yes there are more. But less of them are fantastic: Avatar: The Last Airbender, Justice League Unlimited, Kim Possible, Megas XLR, Transformers Animated, The Batman, Teen Titans, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), The Spectacular Spider-Man, Wolverine and The X-Men, Iron Man Armored Adventures, and Batman: The Brave and The Bold. Also in my opinion, the 1994 Fantastic Four Animated Series is better than World's Greatest Heroes, as cheesy as it is, the main characters are much more likable, as the main cast of World's Greatest Heroes could be very obnoxious, except for Ben.

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