Skunk Fu!

The CW (ended 2008)



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Skunk Fu!

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The evil Dragon and his sidekick ninja monkeys will stop at nothing to remove the forest animals from the valley. Master Panda has put the hope of the valley into a young student of his; Skunk. Skunk’s quick paw Kung-Fu and stinky behind may be the key to saving the valley from Dragon and his monkeys.
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  • Quite well played for Cartoon Network

    I used to watch the series as a boy, what I can tell from the series is that its storyboard is somewhat repetitive --- specially on the titles "the art but that even with those minor defects and with other small details that make it a bit... meh. But, the show at least shows some good work on what are the characters, such as rabbit, the narcissistic and a good sense of what it is to represent a strong character.

    It is interesting the way the characters react and interact. For example, you can see there is a constant tension between Rabbit and Fox, which helps create intrigue and give depth to the storyboard. Also, how Skunk behaves, he seems like the extrovert child who is cared for and constantly learns something new from experience. Not only that, you see how Panda and dragon had a background story... all that... its pure intrigue!

    About the comments of the anatomy, I believe that those minor defects do have their effect when exaggerating physical features to enable an idea of how old or in shape the characters are. I believe that even if the features do look somewhat excessive, they do help create an effect and differ one character from another. I really don't mind anatomy; it is relatively good and enhances the character's personality, for example, you wouldn't visualize fox as 'foxy' if it wasn't for the v- shaped narrowed torso, or skunk as somewhat silly or childish if it wasn't for the huge red nose, or Panda as old if it wasn't for the 8- shaped body and the expression. And remember, it is a c-a-r-t-o-o-n, where you can exaggerate features.

    Also, I believe that the fact that there are characters of different ages enables variety, we don't have repetitive characters: we have different archetypes who build a story on their own, a very nice idea for amusement. It has really good background story, outstanding character variety and character traits, without losing its charm and martial arts attire. Not bad, Cartoon Network. Maybe more sense in speech, but even with its cons, it is remarkable, even more when it is Cartoon Network, a place for ideas like those.moreless
  • A show that I finally took off the channel with my mind

    Skunk Fu? More like Skunk F-A-G because this show is HORRIBLE!! HORRIBLE!! The episode names are poorly named because they start off with "The Art of" all the time which is really annoying! The show is filled with ugly and unlikable generic animal characters which needs more lines and the backgrounds too.

    This show has no humor, just fart jokes. The plot is so repetitive.

    I'll talk about the characters. Ok, Skunk's design is a rip-off of Billy from The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Rabbit's design is a rip-off of Bugs Bunny but shorter, Panda is fat and looks a lot like a blob and Fox is a bitch ass slut.

    The music sucks!

    I finally took this show off with my mind! This show is just plain creepy.

    Overall rating: 1/10. Don't watch Skunk Fu! Watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, The Amazing World of Gumball, Angry Birds Toons and Total Drama!moreless
  • One of the most underrated cartoons ever.

    Wow, this show was perfect what's with all the hate? The show is about a young Skunk named "Skunk" who is trained by his master Panda to do martial arts and kung fu, and has friends like a Rabbit named Rabbit, a fox named Fox, a pig named Pig etc. Skunk and his forest animal friends try to save the valley from being taken over by The Ninja Monkeys and Dragon. Now first the idea may sound boring and stupid, but don't get drawn away by the premise, because it's actually executed greatly. Why does everybody hate this show so much? It's very underrated in my opinion. I used to watch it all the time back on CN when it first came on a lot and it sure does bring back a lot if good memories from that time.

    The characters are really likeable and cute. One of my favorites is Skunk, the main protagonist. Honestly, he's a cute and relatable character due to his hyperactivity. Normally, hyperactive protagonists get on my nerves, sometimes even to the point were I blow a fuse, but Skunk is the exact opposite of that, he is very likeable and does learn his lesson well In each episode. The best character in this show would have to go to Fox. She's just pretty and innocent.

    The animation is looks smooth and vibrant, with the character movements flowing smoothly throughout the show, and it doesn't look choppy, even throught the action the animation still looks great. The artwork is great and it does have some good and unique colorful visuals, and the sets look decent enough. The action scenes were fun to watch, and the fluid animations made it look even better.

    The humor was good, and there were a lot of scenes in the show that made me laugh. Each character brings in humor of there own that comes out as really funny. However, there were some fart jokes involved in it, but I didn't mind it, at least they don't overuse unlike most modern day cartoons.

    The shows premise may not have been the best, but it was greatly executed with its excellent lineup of characters with well developed personalities, smooth animations, unique artwork, good action and funny jokes. I don't get why everyone hates it so much. I do agree that the names could've been so much better and creative, but you should at least give this show one chance. It is very underrated IMO. What happened to it? I miss it and I'm so angry it got cancelled why would you do this CN? They need to bring it back.

  • Excelent

    Excelent show
  • One Of The Best Cartoons Ever

    I'm actually shocked that this show has a current 6.4 rating. Honestly, I love this show, and it is one of my favorite, if not my favorite, cartoon of all time. I used to watch this show all the time when it came on, and it brings back a lot of good memories from that time. Sure, the series' plot isn't original, but is very creative articulately. A skunk training to be a kung fu warrior? Ninja monkeys? Most of this sounds corny at first, but ultimately is executed very well. Name-wise and personality-wise, the characters are not very original, but they are enjoyable. My favorite character is Skunk, the titular main character. I don't like skunks (or the stench of skunks) in real life, but if there were more skunks like this, I would love them. Skunk is a very adorable and interesting character who is very hyperactive. Usually, I can't stand hyperactive characters, but Skunk is completely different. Even though there are points in the show where Skunk is rebellious and lazy, that doesn't make him a bad person. He does learn his lessons very well, and is a good person at heart. My favorite episodes (or "arts"), are "The Art Of Giggling", "The Art Of Tunneling", "The Art Of Responsibility", or "The Art Of Kung Fruit". It's really hard to pick a favorite episode, because all of them are very enjoyable. I have always loved this show. It's way better than the shows that KidsWB and CN air nowadays. I wish this should would air on TV again, maybe on The Hub or something.moreless

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