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Old 11-22-2017, 07:39 PM   #21
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Since the first season of FW tmnt was animated by toei, what if Laird and Eastman decided that they (Toei) could produce the show as well in Japan and have it dubbed in English by Funimation like in the case of the Dragonball TV series so that its exposed to a wider audience.
Funimation didn't exist until 1994, and didn't dub the Dragon Ball franchise in-house until 1999.
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Old 11-22-2017, 08:20 PM   #22
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Funimation didn't exist until 1994, and didn't dub the Dragon Ball franchise in-house until 1999.
Oops, my bad.

I guess that some random studio could've then dubbed it while the show would've been animated by Toei for its entire run rather than just one season.

Would've made for some pretty cool and interestinvly animated episodes.
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Old 11-22-2017, 09:14 PM   #23
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DIC Entertainment = Produced Captain Planet, so mabe more environmental-polticial messages?

Filmation = stupid messages after the episodes, like "Don't play with fire".

Hanna-Barbera = Stuck in the late-1960's and early-1970's? Turtles, meet the turtles, and have a cowabunga time!

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Hannah Barbara produced Swat Kats I don't think they were "Stuck" in the 60s/70s

I would have loved to see what Hannah Barbara would have done with the property
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Old 11-23-2017, 01:49 PM   #24
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Hannah Barbara produced Swat Kats I don't think they were "Stuck" in the 60s/70s

I would have loved to see what Hannah Barbara would have done with the property
Looking at the quality of animation for Captain Planet as well as their most famous shows the animation would have been too fluid and cartoonish. Like I said they have a tendency to get bored and reboot their shows every few years apart from maybe The Flintstones.
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Old 11-25-2017, 02:31 AM   #25
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Hannah Barbara produced Swat Kats I don't think they were "Stuck" in the 60s/70s

I would have loved to see what Hannah Barbara would have done with the property
TMNT done by the Swat Kats team would have been pretty rad and possibly closer to the original comics in tone.
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Old 11-25-2017, 11:41 AM   #26
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Looking at the quality of animation for Captain Planet as well as their most famous shows the animation would have been too fluid and cartoonish. Like I said they have a tendency to get bored and reboot their shows every few years apart from maybe The Flintstones.
I feel like you literally just "quoted" my post and did not read it. Swat Kats would be a good indication of the tone and animation quality would have been sense Swat Kats is most similar to TMNT.
And when you say most "famous shows" I am assuming you are being critical of animation quality of shows produced in the 60/70's???? This is another reason why Swat Kats would be a better comparison, bc it was produce in the 90's just like TMNT.

Also you should do your research on Hannah Barbara a lot of their shows lasted years ex: Dexter's Lab, Power-Puff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Courage the Cowardly Dog, (KND I believe as well) A lot of their show last a long time. Also Hannah Barbara would not have control over how long a show would run sense they do not own the property, but are hired help.

Also You claim Hannah Barbara was too cartoonish, but what would you call the OT animation then???? If thats not cartoonish I don't know what is
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Old 11-25-2017, 11:43 AM   #27
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TMNT done by the Swat Kats team would have been pretty rad and possibly closer to the original comics in tone.
I do agree
I think it would have been closer to TMNT 2k3 or at the vary worse the OT Red Sky era imo Swat Kats was somewhere between those two imo
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Old 11-30-2017, 10:52 AM   #28
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This is another reason why Swat Kats would be a better comparison, bc it was produce in the 90's just like TMNT.
I had no idea about that show. Having seen the intro on YT I think you're right about that.

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Also You claim Hannah Barbara was too cartoonish, but what would you call the OT animation then???? If thats not cartoonish I don't know what is
Hannah Barbara was known for it's wacky animation. The FW series had much more solid animation to it's characters. Hannah Barbara animation was mostly too fluid but yeah there were exceptions such as you mentioned Swat Kats and The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest.
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Man, think of the awesome that would be a Studio Mir TMNT show.
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Also You claim Hannah Barbara was too cartoonish, but what would you call the OT animation then???? If thats not cartoonish I don't know what is
On average, yes, the Fred Wolf animation was infinitely better from a technical standpoint than the typical HB cartoon. Better staging and "camera angles," no doubt. The TMNT animation suffered especially during the season 3-4 mass orders for syndication, but the CBS-era episodes have lots of polish to them in regards to cell shading and little to no reliance upon recycled cels.
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Old 11-30-2017, 04:47 PM   #31
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On average, yes, the Fred Wolf animation was infinitely better from a technical standpoint than the typical HB cartoon. Better staging and "camera angles," no doubt. The TMNT animation suffered especially during the season 3-4 mass orders for syndication, but the CBS-era episodes have lots of polish to them in regards to cell shading and little to no reliance upon recycled cels.
Yeah. The overall motion of the characters and how stuff like gravity was treated was more real...at least for a cartoon series anyway.
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