Road Rovers

The WB (ended 1997)


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  • The funniest Superheroes since Freakazoid

    This was a very great show when it was on. It had humor but the villains were pretty dark, but not without humor as well. All the character were very funny and was very appealing to kids as well as having a nostalgic feel to adults who have seen this.

    My favorite character was Blitz because he had a massive crush on Colleen, but because he was a narcissist, she would pretend to not know his name and then he would get his butt kicked, which made me laugh as a kid.

    Sadly this show did not last long and thus, not many people may remember this show.
  • I really miss this show. Why did they have to cancel it ?

    The 90s, a wonderful time to be living. And that's when this show was on the air. Before gay shows like Avatar, Catscratch and Ben 10. Now for the review. This show is about six dogs living around the world with the leaders of their country. When there is trouble brewing, a nuclear reactor about to destroy millions of people, and more dangers, The Road Rovers put a stop to it. Each of them are a different breed and have different superpowers and traits, just like regular dogs. Well, except the superpower part. In any case, this is an awesome show and it's a shame that it's not on anymore. But if you ever saw the show, you and any other dog lover would love to watch it. I know my dog would!
  • Ich liebete wirklich dieses Erscheinen! es ist noch mein dritter Liebling, (mein sekude der pokemons'). welche die Idee von "Cano-sapiens" sub ist!

    Road rovers is a classic. i don't even care what anyone thinks, i loved this when i was younger,(and still do), i just know any kid would too. it depends, though. most people are too into fitting in and being popular, and the mainstream(NEIN!!), that they lose grasp of the kid in them. that may be why most teens want to try to make themselves look older, or think that they got to front. well, thats one good thing about the old kid shows, they remind me about things i don't even think about what it was like to not go to school, but be 4 or 5,and be home and watch cartoons all day, after waking up at noon. besides, some of the new stuff either covers a gay aspect, or has too many subliminal things in it, which give kids the wierdest impressions.
    ROAD aspects really, just fun cartoons.
  • Super-hero dogs fight bad guys.

    Why wasn't this show more successful? This is such a hilarious show. So many great jokes were in this show.

    I love this show to death. I was fortunate to find copies online and was able to relive it all over again. This show is in a similar vein to Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, and Freakazoid. Same animation style same sense of humore.

    How can you not love this show? It has dogs that become somewhat human-like and can talk. Yet as human as they become they still act like dogs. They sniff each other. Still like to chase tennis balls.

    The charachters are great. Hunter is an all american all around good dog. Colleen is a kung fu collie. Blitz talks like Arnold Shwartzenegger and is obsessed with biting tushies. Exile is the russian husky with super heat and freeze vision. and Shag is like a giant walking carpet that pulls out the needed object from beneath his thick coat.

    All around it is a show taken before it's time.
  • Road Rovers is a show about a team of crime fighting canines. When the call goes out, the dogs report to Road Rover Mission Control and are transformed into Cano-Sapiens, which are part dog and part human. Road Rovers is a show with action, comedy, and th

    As a Warner Bros. cartoon, Road Rovers has all the same comedy and wit as their other shows, such as Animainiacs, Histeria, and Freakazoid. The rovers team consists of dogs from all over the world. Hunter is a mutt from America who is the leader of the team with super speed. Colleen the collie is from London, and rather than have a super power, she is a mistress in martial arts. Exile is a sled husky from Siberia. His powers include freeze vision, laser vision, and night vision. Blitz is the egotistic doberman from Germany with super powerful jaws and claws. Shag is the cowardly sheepdog from Switzerland with super strength. Muzzle is the last “member” of the team. Although he never is transformed into a Cano-Sapien, he is quite vital to the team. He is always restrained in a straight jacket on a dolly due to him being… well crazy. When the team needs a lot of damage done to something, they release Muzzle! All of the rovers are very different from each other, and one of the great parts of the show is seeing these dogs from all parts of the world working together to save it. The show only ran one season with 13 episodes. The WB was planing to air new episodes, but didn’t (even though the ratings for the show were great). Still, even with the short run, Road Rovers is a great cartoon.
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