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    The Tex Avery Show

    The Tex Avery Show

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    Cartoon Network (ended 1999)
    Welcome to The Tex Avery Show guide at TV.com. Tex Avery influenced American animation and comedy in immeasureable ways. Cartoon Network pays tribute to the legendary director with 'The Tex Avery Show' each episode presenting a half-hour collection of his best cartoons.moreless
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    The Mr. Men Show

    The Mr. Men Show

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2009)
    The Mr. Men Show is an animated sketch comedy for children, based on the books by Roger Hargreaves. The show will feature twenty five Mr. Men and Little Misses, some of which have been re-designed for the series. Each episode will consist of a specific theme, as well as music that revolve around one or more of the characters.moreless
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    League of Super Evil

    League of Super Evil

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2010)
    There's no better time to root for the bad guys than with The League of Super Evil (L.O.S.E). There's Voltar, their evil leader; Red Menace, the group's muscle; Doktor Frogg, the group's mad scientist; and Doomageddon, the well, the dog. Follow these four Super Villains as they try for neighborhood domination!moreless
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    Astro Boy (2004)

    Astro Boy (2004)

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    Astro Boy (2004) tells the story of a youthful robot boy - Astro -modeled after the deceased son of a research scientist, Dr. Tenma. Originally intended to be kept a secret, the atomic-powered robot becomes a reluctant superhero who fights for justice and peace for humans and robots alike. Created in Metro City he lives among a 'retro-futuristic' society populated by humans and robots. His creator Dr. Tenma, head of the Ministry of Science, builds Astro in his son's image. Astro never can fill the void that Dr. Tenma feels over the loss of his son. Astro Boy (2004) is a show that you can't miss. Tenma shuts down Astro, burns down the Ministry of Science and flees. Some time later, Astro is discovered by Dr. O'Shay, the new head of the Ministry. Dr. O'Shay takes in Astro and serves as his mentor. Driven by the belief that robots and humans should be friends, Dr. O'Shay is Astro's greatest ally. He provides Astro with a home, enrolls him in school and creates a robot family for him. Astro possesses superb strength, including jet-rocket feet and arms that allow him to fly at extreme speeds. However, the secret to his victories is not his super-powers; the quality that makes him superior to other robots is his artificial brain, the most advanced in the world. This unique quality, termed kokoro in Japanese, allows Astro to experience all of the same emotions as humans. He's clever, resourceful and has a strong sense of justice, always attempting to reason with his adversaries. Mankind's only hope of surviving the onslaught of rebellious robots is a robot himself...the fearless, selfless, incorruptible champion known as Astro. In his quest for peace and justice, Astro often goes it alone, but he is occasionally aided by his robot sister or even rebel robots that he is able to enlist. Astro also has human friends from school who often become entangled in his conflicts. Astro Boy (2004) is produced by Sony Pictures Entertainment.

    Character Guide

    Astro - Astro is the main character of this anime series. Astro has the skills of a god. With his powerful jet boots, and other unbelievable appliances no one can beat Astro. His set of helping others also makes him a very caring friend. You do not want Astro to fight because he will knock you out with one shot of his laser. Astro's best friend is his savior, Dr. O'Shay.

    Dr. O'Shay - Dr. O'Shay founded Astro after he was disposed and de-activated by Dr. Tenma. Dr. O'Shay cares for every robot and shows respect to all of his other human friends. Dr. O'Shay helped Astro find out what he truly had inside of him, which made him a hero. Dr. O'Shay has shown a great amount of respect for Astro and Astro respects him back. Dr. O'Shay easily proves that he's the master doctor of his time.

    Atlas - Atlas is the evil, yet brilliant robot that Dr. Tenma created after he found out that Astro was rebuilt into a heroic robot. Atlas is an inner and outside remake of Astro. Atlas often taunts Astro by telling him that he is his brother. Atlas shows much citizenship to all townspeople in Metro City. He's often a threat to many people in his local town.

    Dr. Tenma - Dr. Tenma created two of the most powerful robots in the world. Both of his robots include, Astro and Atlas. Both robots were created to remember his lost son who died. Dr. Tenma is Dr. O'Shay's greatest enemy because of how he treated and disposed Astro long ago. Dr. Tenma is very jealous over how Dr. O'Shay changed his former robot-like son. Dr. Tenma is the criminal behind the series.moreless
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    Perfect Hair Forever

    Perfect Hair Forever

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2007)
    Perfect Hair Forever is a show about a young boy named Gerald who for some unknown reason is going bald. He sets off on an adventure to gain "perfect hair forever" under the guidance of his mentor, Uncle Grandfather, and Rod, The Anime God. He meets many strange individuals who join him in his quest including the Action Hotdog, Norman Douglas (Former the Inappropriate Comedy Tree), The King of All Animals, Twisty (aka Terry), and others. He is thwarted at every step by Coiffio, the Evil Controller of Cats, whose minions include Catman, Model Robot, and the Astronomic Cat.

    Essentially it's a big parody of Japanese Anime, and is not meant to be taken seriously, at all. Not even a little bit.moreless
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    Gormiti: The Lords of Nature Return!

    Gormiti: The Lords of Nature Return!

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2009)
    This show follows two brothers, Nick and Toby, who discover that they have the power to transform into powerful creatures known as Gormitis. Their two friends Jessica and Lucas join the fight, and together they harness the power of the four elements. Now it's up to them to save their world, and many others, from destruction.moreless
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    Porky Pig

    Porky Pig

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    Porky Pig is an animated comedic collection of TV series shorts gathered from the best of Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies fan favorite Porky Pig. While Bugs Bunny gets all the glory, Porky Pig holds the power as the first character created for the cartoon series. His stuttering signature line has made this everyman infamous and well known for his signing off Looney Tunes line of "That's All Folks!". Watch Porky Pig go to Wackyland in order to hunt down the elusive Dodo bird, as he deals with his scaredy cat Sylvester in a visit to a haunted mansion, and when he takes on his new job as a milkman. Academy Award nominated, loved by critics, fans, and creators alike, and a staple of childhoods galore, Porky Pig is a classic cartoon character with even more classic short cartoons.moreless
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    Blue Submarine No. 6

    Blue Submarine No. 6

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2002)
    Aono Roku Go [Japanese Title] Blue Submarine No. 6 takes places in a future time, with the sea levels dramatically risen and humanity on the losing side of a mysterious war. The story revolves around the Blue Submarine No. 6, a futuristic submarine with a talented military crew. The key characters are Hayami Tetsu, a great mini-sub pilot but depressed and aimless, and Kino Mayumi, a cute girl pilot with a strong conviction to fight in this war.moreless
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    The Tom and Jerry Show

    The Tom and Jerry Show

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    The Tom and Jerry Show is back! This time brought to you by Cartoon Network, See all the action and adventure when you're watching the Tom and Jerry show,The series follows the antics of a cat named Tom in his pursuit of a mouse named Jerry, as they fight and go on adventures, All happening on the tom and Jerry show.moreless
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    The Popeye Show

    The Popeye Show

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2001)
    Each episode of The Popeye Show includes three Popeye cartoons that have been restored to their original theatrical state. Along with that, the show presents facts and trivia about Popeye and his supporting cast, from his origins in E.C. Segar's 'Thimble Theatre' comic strip, to notable people behind the scenes, such as Jack Mercer and Max and Dave Fleischer, who made Popeye a star.moreless
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    Go-Bots

    Go-Bots

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    Cartoon Network (ended 1987)
    A race of intelligent robots is hiding on Earth, disguising themselves as ordinary cars and motorcycles. There are two factions: the good Go-Bots and the evil Renegades. Each episode features new attempts by the Renegades to seize power from the Go-Bots, and the Go-Bots' efforts to maintain dominance over the Renegades.

    Challenge of the GoBots also known as Mighty Machine Men is an animated series produced by USA company Hanna-Barbera Productions, based on the toy line from Tonka. The show was first released on the 8 September 1984.

    The show is similar in theme to the more popular Transformers series, Gobots dealt with two opposing forces of transforming robots, the heroic Guardians, led by Leader-1, and the evil Renegades, led by Cy-Kill. The characters were based on the toy line released for the Japanese animated television series, Machine Robo.

    Hasbro bought the Gobots name in the early 1990's in an attempt to remove their competition and either in spite or as a homage released a series of toys titled 'Transformers: Gobots', which has no attachment to the Challenge of the GoBots.

    The initial Gobots toys were re-releases from the Japanese Machine Robo series, sold on blister cards. Other toys from the Machine Robo DX were also released as ‘Super Gobots’. Tonka also created a number of original toys for the line, such as the Command Centre, Thruster attack ship and the robot dinosaur, Zod. The initial Gobots were released in 1984.

    The Gobots were divided into two factions, the Guardians and the Renegades. Unlike in the Transformers toy line, there was no clear divide between the two factions; the toys had no identifying insignias or markings to indicate their allegiance. Likewise, there was no commonality of design within each faction. The only “theme” to a side was that anything that turned into a “monstrous” looking robot or vehicle was a Renegade.

    As the line continued, Tonka added more original toys to the, like the Power Suits and the Secret Raiders. A spin off line, the Rock Lords was launched in 1986, but it was a failure. The Gobots line was discontinued in 1987, the Dread Launchers being the last toys released.

    Gobots were sold in Australia under the name Mighty Machine Men.moreless
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    Shura no Toki

    Shura no Toki

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2004)
    Legends tell of an invincible martial art known as Mutsu Enmei-Ryu, an unarmed style that allows the user to defeat any number of armed opponents using incredible speed and strength. This is the story of three generations of those who bear the name Mutsu, and their encounters and battles with the strongest fighters of their era. Alternative titles:
    L're des Shura
    Mutsu Enmei Ryu Gaiden: Shura no Toki
    Shura no Toki: Age of Chaos Opening Theme:
    "Identity" by sacra Ending Theme:
    "Natsuhiboshi" by Akane Osawamoreless
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    Shamanic Princess

    Shamanic Princess

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2000)
    One night, a young girl arrives on Earth along with her partner Japoro. Her name is Tiara, and she is here on a mission to find her former lover, Kagetsu, who has stolen the mysterious Throne of Yord, the source of power for the magical Guardian World. When she catches up with him, however, she finds that he is not alone. Tiara's former acquantaince, Lena has sided with Kagetsu along with Lena's partner Leon are trying to save Sarah without Tiara's help. Can they do it? You just have to watch it. Character profiles: Tiara: Tiara is the confident and feisty main character sent to Earth to retrieve the Throne Of Yord. Tiara possesses Shamanic powers and can summon shadowy creatures to aid her in battle. She can also focus her powers to evolve into a demonic figure with amazing speed and fighting ability. Lena: Lena is a childhood friend and rival of Tiara who also has shadowy powers that are most often focused through a special flute. She was originally sent to retrieve the Throne of Yord but is now, for some reason, working against Tiara to keep her from completing her mission. Sarah: Kagetsu's sister who is also a Neutralizer. She appears in Tiara's dreams near a pond. Lena,Tiara, and Sarah were all childhood friends. Sarah was once a cartaker of the Throne of Yord. She has since mysteriously disappeared. Kagetsu: Tiara's former lover Kagetsu is a Neutralizer from the Guardian World. Neutralizers can negate other people's magic and can actually borrow their power for a short time. Kagetsu was also a caretaker of the Throne of Yord before stealing it from its place in the Guardian World. Leon: Leon is Lena's devoted partner and has special powers to aid her in her mission. He can freeze time, detect the Throne of Yord, and if neccessary, evolve into a more powerful being to battle a strong opponent. Japolo: Tiara's newest partner, Japolo, is a wise talking ferret. Japolo is highly intelligent, but is sometimes also an annoying to Tiara by being exceedingly critical. Japolo has the ability to create a stasis field when Tiara battles and can detect the proximity of the Throne of Yord.moreless
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    Grojband

    Grojband

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    Cartoon Network
    Grojband, Cartoon Network's latest animated series, is about the spontaneous and rock-driven life of young, passionate musician, Corey Riffin, and his 3 best friends Laney, Kin, and Kon. Together, they create the ultimate rock band to pass the time. The problem: they haven't the slightest clue how to write good lyrics. Unless of course they steal juicy ideas from Corey's older sister, Trina's, diary. The evil, overly-emotional, and highly popular drama queen makes for the perfect source of a good song. With that in mind, Corey and his band create and rock to the best lyrics, always ending in a great show.moreless
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    The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

    The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
    Juniper Lee is a typical 11-year-old girl born into the secret responsibility of fighting the forces of mischief and chaos that hide everywhere. On any given day, she may have to skip out on her best friend's birthday party to discipline some unruly 6-foot leprechauns or smack down some troublemaking gnomes. Theme Song In a world full of monsters and demons, June is the only one who sees them. When evil beasts start their plotting and scheming, She kicks butt and sends them home screaming, Sends them home screaming... Go! Go! Go! Go! You can't stop the girl... When crazy creatures come, June has to stop them; She'd be happy if it wasn't her problem; She's the one who has to resolve them, Has to resolve them... Go! Go! Go! Go! You can't stop the girl...moreless
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    Super Milk Chan

    Super Milk Chan

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2005)
    This show star Milk-chan, a selfish, drooling, potty-mouthed, 5 year old superhero without any superpowers. She lives alone with her robot nanny, (Tetsuko), that looks like a giant milk bottle and a slug, (Hanage), who drinks too much and her mechanical dog, (Robodog), that pees on everything. She spends her time dodging her landlord since she's six months behind on the rent. Every episode the President (of everything) calls her on the hot line, and there is some trouble at hand. Don't worry about her lack of abilities though, she doesn't really accomplish anything, just complains and swears a lot. The American version is outrageously funny! The humor in this show is definitely off beat and strange, just about as strange as a powerless 5 year old superhero who lives alone. In one show she convinces her landlord to leave by imitating Michael Jackson. "Michael" threatens to slaughter a bunch of cows and place a blood curse on the landlord if he doesn't leave. "There's a slot on my **** between Spielberg and Geffen." Michael Jackson (Milk) yells at the poor man. In the same episode the president discusses his sexual exploits with the tot and relates how Condoleezza Rice said that she wanted more of his 'executive branch.' The humor is definitely off kilter. One problem Milk faces is tracking down a counterfeiter who has replaced the picture of Mary-Kate Olsen on the new currency with that of Ashley Olsen. As the president states, there's no way that "Joe McBus-pass" will notice that difference. It's up to Super Milk-chan to find the creator of the bogus bills before the economy is ruined. This is The Super Milk-chan Show. Is it wholesome? Probably not. Good for you? Definitely.moreless
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    The Eric Andre New Year's Eve Spooktacular!

    The Eric Andre New Year's Eve Spooktacular!

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    Cartoon Network (Holiday Event 2012)
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    Tom Goes to the Mayor

    Tom Goes to the Mayor

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
    Tom Peters is full of ideas. The Mayor is eager to embrace almost any proposal, as long as it is accompanied by a snazzy Powerpoint presentation or a cool musical number.

    Tom Peters is a would-be entrepreneur and civic do-gooder in the eccentric small town of Jefferton. He brings his crackpot ideas to The Mayor, who invariably endorses them. From there, the show explores the comedic possibilities of government machinations, provincial thinking and tragically misguided civic pride.

    Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, the show's creators, met in 1994 as college freshmen at Temple University, helping each other out on film and video coursework. After graduation, they continued to work together, working in both New York and Philadelphia on strange short films. One of their first projects, Tom Goes to The Mayor, a short, dry conversation about a proposed buffet restaurant, was included in Penn University's Institute of Contemporary Art and selected by the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema as a short film. In 2001, Tim and Eric compiled "Tom" and several others shorts onto a tape that they sent to all their comedy heroes, including Bob Odenkirk. He liked it. Together, these three developed Tom Goes to The Mayor as a TV series, which they pitched to Adult Swim, while Tim and Eric continued to make short films and perform in comedy showcases. In early 2004, Adult Swim gave the greenlight to the series.

    Tom Goes to The Mayor has a unique animation style. Tim and Eric take still photographs of real actors, processing them with a computer filter. The various still poses are strung together to tell the story, in a fashion not unlike a school filmstrip. No "lip flap" and very little actual movement of arms, legs and objects are used. As a result, the series sets a new definition for the phrase "limited animation," and establishes a compelling visual style.

    The show was renewed for a 17 episode second season which began on June 5, 2006 and concluded on September 25, 2006.

    Season 1 and 2 DVDs are due out by Spring 2007 according to Tim and Eric's website.

    Theme Song Jefferton alive! Jefferton alive! The Mayor: (spoken) Hi. I'm the Mayor, and my door is always open for you! Jefferton alive! Tom Peters: (spoken) My name is Tom Peters and I'm full of ideas. Community spirit! The Mayor: (spoken) Hi, how are you? (laughs) Shopping! Food! Free to be, Being free, Jefferton alive!moreless
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    D.I.C.E.

    D.I.C.E.

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2006)
    D.I.C.E. brings to life the transforming dinosaur vehicles and non-stop rescue action and adventure of the newest animated show brought from Bandai. This show targets boys 5-11 and is the first property created entirely in-house by Bandai North America for US audiences. Now airing on Cartoon Network as part of their Toonami block, D.I.C.E. is sure to be a long-term brand with significant television commitment. D.I.C.E. (DNA Integrated Cybernetic Enterprises) is an organization specializing in dispatching teams of highly-trained agents to handle various situations that arise in the Sarbylion galaxy. When a problem arises, D.I.C.E. is called to the rescue. And when their special training and skills aren't enough, they rely on their Dinobreakers, which can transform from Vehicle Mode to Dino Mode, to help get the job done! The enormous D.I.C.E. space station is divided into six divisions and each division houses a number of teams. Our story focuses on the young, skilled crew of D.I.C.E. station F99 and their space adventures. With D.I.C.E. no task is too big, no rescue to small. Always on call, always on alert - D.I.C.E. is ready for action!moreless
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    Scooby-Doo: In the Beginning

    Scooby-Doo: In the Beginning

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    Cartoon Network (TV Movie)
    Scooby-Doo: In the Beginning This live-action television movie tells the tale of how Scooby-Doo and the gang came together as a crime-fighting team. The film is set to air on Cartoon Network in fall of 2009.moreless
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