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Considering AwesomenessTV is behind this, I already know this will be terrible. For shame Dreamworks.

TTTP In Exile / Happy Birthday Bugs Bunny!
« on: July 27, 2014, 12:11:30 am »
Happy birthday to one of my favorite cartoon characters! 74 years old and still as wasically as ever!  :bugs2:

TTTP In Exile / Anyone know this cartoon?
« on: June 09, 2014, 10:29:46 am »
Alright so I was sent a message by someone over at my Vimeo account and I was personally stumped, but I thought I'd bring it over here to see if anyone here could determine the cartoon:

It's about a couple; where Merlin, secretly allows them to have a baby. George is the father's name, and his wife knits tiny socks/shoes a lot.
(They are everywhere)
The baby grows and ages and eventually gets married to a tall princess. They have a tiny baby too. Then the baby has a tiny baby too, and so on and so for.
At the end, GeorgeĀ“s wife is knitting a giant baby shoe.
( I can not remember if this cartoon is Merrie Melodies, but I think it is)

Any help is most appreciated! :)

I thought Delbert might like this.  ;)

The main jist of it is that Viz Media is redubbing the entirety of the original Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon Stars is getting a dub for the first time, and the new Sailor Moon Crystal series will be simulcasted.

All I can say is: It's about time!

WHAT?!?!?! A new CDOTW? Yep, it's a new one. But don't get your hopes up, I don't plan on continuing weekly - this was just a special one that was requested by user AniDisFan.

The Looney Tunes Webtoons. These came out sometime during the early 2000s (originally estimated to be 2001, but evidence has been unearthed as to suggest release dates up to 2006). These cartoons have been controversal with fans due to the Flash animation used in them.

In my personal opinion, I think they are pretty alright cartoons for what they are. I like the premises and plots of them and with a little tweaking (and of course traditional animation), the shorts could likely be better than how they are right now. Overall, I do recommend that you watch the shorts if you're a hardcore Looney Tunes fan or even an animation fan.

For places to watch the toons, check out this thread:

What's your opinion on these toons?

TTTP In Exile / Looney Tunes Returns To Boomerang October 5th at 7am ET!
« on: September 22, 2013, 09:59:18 am »
No April Fools Jokes, this is completely real.

Looney Tunes is replacing Rocky and Bullwinkle next month for an entire hour of the Loonies! :D

Are you guys excited for the return of Looney Tunes on Boomerang?

Release Date: 1932
Studio: Paramount
Cartoon Series: Betty Boop

This was a fairly amusing short. You can kinda feel bad for Betty in the beginning when she's being yelled at for just not eating her hasenpfeffer! (Gee where have I heard that before *insert Bugs Bunny smiley here*). Some of the gags were true Fleischer material, like Betty's father's head turning into a record player, a flower eating Betty's food and shriveling up, and a naked woman on the stairs banister. I liked how Koko The Clown made a cameo when Betty dipped her quill in an inkwell. (Nice reference to Out of the Inkwell).  It was really cool how they got Cab Calloway to be rotoscoped into a walrus for the short. Multiple things in the cave scene were also eerie feeling, which added a nice touch to the short. Overall, I'd give it a 10/10. It's a fantastic outing from the Fleischer brothers and probably was revolutionary at the time.
(What better way to view the short than with the original titles and end credits?)

Release Date: 1942
Studio: Warner Brothers
Cartoon Series: Merrie Melodies

This was a pretty ok short. The opening song was a great addition, and making the short really living up to it's series name "Merrie Melodies." The gags were pretty funny as well, especially the running gag with Conrad and Daffy staying calm when the captain approached them. Daffy is still his screwy self, so that's a nice touch. Overall, I'd give it a 9/10.

Release Date: 1972
Studio: Walter Lantz/Universal
Cartoon Series: Woody Woodpecker

This was an alright short. Some of the gags in it fell short and didn't really amuse me that much. It really didn't seem like it was meant for a theatrical release; it felt more for television. I'll cut it some slack since it was one of the last and it's from the 70's. The plot with Buzz Buzzard and the Indian kid teaming up was kinda cool. Most of the gags are just old reused gags from other cartoons series like Road Runner.  I recognized the Indian kid's voice as the same person who voiced Auggie Doggie back in the early 60's for Hanna-Barbera. Overall, it was an alright short for what it was. And note, the short could offend, though it honestly doesn't have any stereotypes in it unlike other shorts and if there's any, it's a heck of a lot tamer than other shorts like this.

Welcome back folks! I'm ready to start up the CDOTWs again, and here's our first, Walt Disney's The Flying Mouse.

Release Date: 1934
Studio: Walt Disney
Cartoon Series: Silly Symphonies

This is one interesting short. I felt bad at the mouse when his brothers were laughing at him for trying to fly. The fairy encounter was surprising and unexpected. I kinda laughed when the wings he was given were bat wings. Then I went back to feeling sad for the mouse because of everyone being scared of him and even the bats calling him a nothing. The mortal in this tale, "Be yourself", is something that I found cool in this Silly Symophony, a mortal and an enjoyable short film. I also found those bats really cool, especially the first one's voice. Overall, a great short for all ages. v=8rPU7q5nWzs

Cartoon Discussion of the Week / An apology from LTF
« on: April 13, 2013, 11:53:39 pm »
Hello members of the IAD Forums.

I'm truly sorry about not getting around to these more. I know I should but, I really do not have the time to make a review each and every week. As I'm only 13 years old(bet that will surprise a lot of yah :P), I don't want to be stressed out all the time. I am attached to many other little projects around the interwebs that I don't have time to fit this into my daily schedule.

I don't want to hand the baton to anyone else yet, as I still think I can do these, just not one every week. Maybe on the first Sunday of the month, I could do one. Therefor it can fit into my schedule, and I'll make the members happy too.

Again, I apologize, and I hope to implace this starting next month. :) Till then, keep watching the classics. ;)


Hello everyone, I'm officially coming back and doing on each week! I've had a nice relaxing break, and now I feel regenerated to throw some cartoons back onto my plate!

To make CDTOW's a more entertaining experience, I will once again notify Patrick about what short I'll be doing each week(Sorry Patrick about not doing it recently, hope you understand. :))so that the cartoon of choice may be put up on the IAD website for your enjoyment.

Also, I will be actually taking time in my reviews each week and actually taking time and watching some shorts I haven't seen as many of my CDOTWs have been shorts that I've seen already.

Another thing on my to-do list: Continue the 100 Greatest Cartoons thing and complying a list of GAC CDOTWs.

Now with that over with, let's get onto some discussing! Today's short is "The Mouse of Tomorrow."
Release Date:  October 16th, 1942
Network: Theatrical
Studio: Terrytoons
Grade: B+
Review of Short: The short's first couple minutes were just an average cat and mouse fight, nothing really that special. As the short went on, the gags got better, and the origin of Mighty Mouse was nice to see too. (Unfornitly, I think the version I had was redubbed to say Mighty Mouse instead of Super Mouse. :/) All in all, good short for what it is.
Fun Facts: First appearance of Mighty Mouse, then named Super Mouse.
YouTube Link:

Hope you enjoyed and we'll see you next week with a review of another cartoon! Make sure to support IAD by watching the cartoon on the site as well! :D

TTTP In Exile / The Looney Tunes Forum Returns!
« on: February 16, 2013, 09:38:02 pm »
Hiya folks. Remember that Looney Tunes Forum I started back last year? Well, it's back and better than ever! We now have a better structure of an admin/mod team and better presented! (UPDATE: The merger fell through. :/)

Come and join The Looney Tunes Forum, the place for all Looney Tunes fans!

Welcome to yet another CDOTW! Today's CDOTW is Haredevil Hare.

Release Date: 1948
Network: Theatrical
Grade: A
Why I Like This Short?: It's a classic to say the least. I liked the gag with K-9 and Bugs Bunny and the whole dynamite skit. Hearing Marvin with a different voice is also fun to hear. It's one of the best Bugs Bunny cartoons, and it also introduces a classic character: Marvin the Martian.
Fun Facts: This is the last short to be sold to aap; Introduces Marvin the Martian.
Youtube Link:

Enjoy and Discuss! :D

Welcome to a new CDOTW! Probably going to do these less often due to lack of replies, but when I do them, go ahead and discuss! :D

Today's CDOTW is the previously long lost Dexter's Lab episode, Rude Removal.

Release Date: 1998(Comic-Con;accidental CN airing); January 22nd, 2013(Adult Swim)
Network: Cartoon Network/Adult Swim
Grade: A-
Why I Like This Short: It's not only historical, but it's a classic Dexter's Lab episode as well. I was expecting a bit more cussing, but it still is good for what it is. Overall, good Dexter's Lab episode, but nothing more than an average one.
Youtube Link: (CN accidental airing clip) (Full Episode)
Memorable Quotes: "Da **** off!" - Dexter

Enjoy and Discuss! :D

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