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Buzz In: What Cartoons Would You Like to See Rebooted?

You probably don't need me to tell you that reboots are the new black these days — sometimes it feels like Hollywood has completely given up on new ideas. Bringing back a beloved work of entertainment isn't always a bad thing though: take, for example, today's news that the '80s cartoon Thundercats is coming back with a makeover from the Cartoon Network.

I was a huge fan of Lion-O and the gang back when I was barely out of diapers, and I'm excited to see what kind of new adventures (and much better animation) the Cartoon Network can come up with. The more I think about it, the more I realize how many cartoons I wouldn't mind seeing reimagined, especially since today's younger generation was never really exposed to the greats like Doug, Ducktales, and The Snorks. I could also totally get into new episodes of Alvin and the Chipmunks, since the big-screen versions didn't do justice to the original. What about you — what cartoons would you like to see rebooted?

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reesiecup reesiecup 6 years
I loved the cartoons from when I was a kid, but truth be told I probably wouldn't watch them now. It's like Scooby Doo. Never watched an ep or movie since I started middle school...
HoneyBrown1976 HoneyBrown1976 6 years
How about leaving them alone and coming up with some new ideas?
ManiMartinixo ManiMartinixo 6 years
I don't want them to touch ducktales. Ducktales was my show! I agree with redchick though. Johnny Quest would be an awesome movie.
ManiMartinixo ManiMartinixo 6 years
I don't want them to touch ducktales. Ducktales was my show! I agree with redchick though. Johnny Quest would be an awesome movie.
redchick152 redchick152 6 years
ch ch ch chip and dale, rescue rangers...i loved that show!! i was a huge fan of the rainbow bright movies (was it ever on tv?) and Johnny Quest. actually, i think Johnny Quest would make for a good movie as long as the script was good.
redchick152 redchick152 6 years
ch ch ch chip and dale, rescue rangers...i loved that show!!i was a huge fan of the rainbow bright movies (was it ever on tv?) and Johnny Quest. actually, i think Johnny Quest would make for a good movie as long as the script was good.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 6 years
BIKER MICE FROM MARS!
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 6 years
BIKER MICE FROM MARS!
bryseana bryseana 6 years
How about Jem and Holograms. I loved that show.
bransugar79 bransugar79 6 years
I don't really think these classics need "re-imagining" I'd love it if they just went back on the air exactly as they were in my Saturday morning childhood memories.
iheartadambrody iheartadambrody 6 years
Ahh, there are so many gems to choose from, where should I begin? How about Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers or perhaps Gummy Bears (the gummy beary juice alone would lead to millions of mischievous plot lines.) I was a big fan of the Cartoon Express on USA, classics like Jabber Jaw, Grape Ape and the Laugh Olympics are all in my top picks but if I was forced to pick one magical remake I'd gave to go with the Wuzzles....no wait, Monchichi's.....can I change my answer to Popples?!
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