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Or: How Thundercats (2011) was the end of the North American animation/Kids Business (in a way)

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Its Saturday – winter is only a few days away and after that – Christmas on Friday and then – Saturday rolls around again, the next Friday is 2016 and then the first day of the new year – Saturday rolls around again.

But the room is empty.

Children are sleep – or trying to go into lessons of music, art or sport in a what has become a rarity in this late 2015 – frost. Not much snow, not much of a winter. And some on twitter worry that its a bad omen…even those that dont believe in a creator.

Its strange to hear that – those who are my friends on twitter usually are headstrong, racing against those with differing opinions – sometimes in a passive aggressive way, other times for legit reasons, still others to talk in jest, tact etc.

But some say the spirit of Christmas overrides these worries.

They may have been right in a past time – before things changed – some for the better – and some for the worse.

But all changes effect us in many ways.

This year – the Christmas spirit seems to be tempered by the Star Wars machine. And as the new engine of the creation of a “Corporate Safe Space” start in earnest, three films before 2020, many TV series – other animated spots – video games, toys and other trinkets; its more of a cynical promotion of the greatest and most secretive fan fiction ever created.

In any other time – it would have been just one of the many major blockbusters – didn’t effect next weeks numbers or so on. We would have other things to pass the time. But the concept of the “Corporate Safe Space” is much more insidious – it promotes the other products from other companies it competes with as the literal manifestation of evil, and their own product – as the good work – the holy work – the one you turn to when all is lost.

Made simple and plain by this post on twitter:

to people who complain about some movies being too long: do you realize your own garbage life goes on like forever

make good movies last as long as possible. 3 hours, 100 years, forever. put us out of our misery

And Misery loves Company. Its the end as entertainment as a way to relax, and at times to wonder about our human condition, or even to have fun. It now has become a cradle to grave mantra of endless content creation for the content men who via their advertising agencies promote a existence that doesn’t exist in reality.

I could tell other stories. How, why and for what reason things arnt the way it seems anymore. But more often than not – its because people, companies, multi-nationals, educators and even those who were meant to represent us dont. They turn out to be more of a maguffin. A sad fate of madding ideals mixed with the most banal pragmatism.

I just want to focus on us. The fans of animation.

Its hard to deal with but – just because a show has some merit doesn’t mean its good.

We have seen with My Little Pony (and Equestria Girls), Steven Universe – and even the weaker shows such as Regular Show and Gumball – the sense is that they talking above the adults and the children are just asking questions about things that are in the show and they just become so lost. Their fanbases are taken over not just by adults who just love the show by its own merits, but by those who feel the show creates a space where everything else feels lost to them. They didnt develop strength and character even when the show was dark – now as the animated series promote a light hearted fare – it becomes a way to promote all sorts of dank memes and even more politically charged language, and using the concept of sexuality as a way to  ease a man or a womens shadow natures into quiet repose. In the west and most western animation Its a sad, banal attempt to extend ones love of a work of fiction or genre. The east handles this better – and sees it as it is – integration, fashion, technique and embracing the work as is and nothing more or less.

We talk about what happened to Zamii, and the media has done so in many ways. But what people dont realized is that when the creators backed down from comments made by those who wished Zamii dead, it proved to me that nobody knows when to stand their ground and say – enough. It started from the day the Thundercats got canned, to the day that they made the move for Korra, to the issues with Steven Universe and the issues with their fanbase. The Internet given voice, the voice given form and now it has power even over the creators of these shows.

Its because the executives and the fans are from the same economic structure. The creators not only have to cowtow to said executives when it comes to content – which always been a problem for years, now have to deal with the views that has the money. The advertising agencies may aim for most viewers, but we seen now, even despite advertising laws made in order to make sure that children dont become mindless consumers, it just made things worse for all involved.

It has been mentioned before about education and the E/I. I also mentioned about the scandal concerning the lowering of wages and collusion in the theatrical animation sector. Did you know that Ed Catmull  bought a 12 million dollar house? This is after the trial finds out that the Disney board knew about these issues.

Welcome to Poof Poof, Glitter Boots, the force is with us. Netflix is about to spend five Billion dollars on “content creation” while Netflix is overvalued in the stock market by a value of 400X its price. Its the time of complaints of how a animated character looks via the eyes of a fan. Its the time when ratings “dont matter”, its audience share, that # social network outreach, insta connections and all the rest. In a world when ignorance is awarded, all those who run entertainment – and in animation, “create”and manufacture the look and feeling of a inglorious look. Not for satire, not even to make fun of the world – but to create safe spaces that don’t challenge the characters, nor the setting – and most important the viewers.

Increasingly, the Holiday classics take more importance. Years ago, they were apart of a extended program of network kids shows and which many popular shows joined in specials during the weeks leading up to Christmas. Today these holiday specials stand as the guard of a time long  past. For the shows now air on Cartoon Network/ Nick and Disney XD  are now run by feckless creators, some who feel that kowtowing to powers and those that perceive they have power, only hurts the show in the end of the day. They are not creators, they are PR men, propaganda for either a education mandate that doesn’t work, a form of social uplifting of the misfits of the world that doesn’t uplift anything but Pateron accounts and Kickstarter Funds, and content that all dines in the mesh and morrass of pesudo-scarlet letter trigger warnings, slights of political gotcha checks, and all and all out purriance. Its the wonderful world of dung emoji and it been that way since that’s all what the “Corporate Safe Space” will give us.

And in one of the sad ironies of the time, Toys has lost wonder – even Lego uses Japanese culture tropes to sell product. You usually have team ups with diffrent shows in many of a Japanese product – but it doesnt happen in the states…unless you Lego and have more clout than most other franchiser in the kids business.

It even reaches Toonami in a sense. After the announcement that they were bringing back Samurai Jack, Mr Demarco stated he wanted one of the newer Lupin series, Yukyo Mine. Not the best of the Lupin works. But even he was told by the censors he couldn’t. Its strange. Lupin hasnt been apart of American culture – so it becomes to most hardest of sells to even put it on Toonami. Of course he would get Wakfu, but then they are on Netflix.

The fact that a dude who makes Adult Swim money over fist – gets denied a show – while the Creators of the Steven Universe are allowed to get away with everything – and the creators bows down to pressure from people who wish other fans of their show dead, is sad to me. Mine(And Lupin for that matter) isn’t going to cause your network problems, the show you promote next  to the 5th iteration of legendary Looney Toons characters has become more problematic and the fact they don’t see this tells me all i need to know.

They have given up on us. The American people – the American audience. who they feel are too lost in their “common sense” to talk to. We got so many was to view the content – they think its OK to delay shows for months on end. They will watch it again and again, old episodes – six, seven times a week. It will be greater than everything we have done before.

Then the holiday classics come on. The humanity. Coming from puppets, from animation, from the voice overs, the backgrounds. They stood, even when things were being built for children around, and torn down by government edict. Yes, animation is for all.

But at times, the little ones are to be reminded there are things beyond numbers, letters, and such things we as people need to be in the world. They need the journey of the heroes, the power of belief and the joy of overcoming life’s grand trials. And these folks who would easily falter to the hands of those willing to kill don’t understand and never did truly loved the work. They loved the fame, and sold their souls to the oligarchic power structures they trying to fight against and say they are against, but in reality work for them and are in tandem with them.

They are nothing more than the Grinch.

He could be redeemed, but I doubt they can.

Can anybody be redeemed?

Not so.

Thats why these specials, are truly are. They show us were we have fallen – the simple reasons why – and putting complications on it – and excusing it only causes us to lose the plot.

“Baby stuff”, Charlotte said to Virgina there is no Santa.

“Baby stuff”, when those demons said to Zamii when they said to her kill herself – “You know how she looks LIKE!”

But its that spirit of Christmas, that these specials represent show the best of ourselves, the hope in a manger. The hope in a child born in poverty gets the only thing that can get him out of it, a football. The hope in a woman who is homeless – to get 100 bucks from a man, not for favor, but out of his heart and his own reasons. The hope of a man, who after being told after he comes back from war, that the people he fought for calls him names, cishet, warmongerer, etc. That he – suffering from a lost hand, and lost heart and mind, can find a home, an honest job, and finally a smile from a grateful nation.

But for 345 days of the year, America is “We The Spiteful”. It feels more like pity.

We don’t know what we had until its gone.

And these holiday specials remind us every year of what we truly lost, the sense that good will truly win, and hope never truly dies.

They used to be apart of a place children could go.

Now these shows, these specials that only come one time a year, are now the gold standard of the industry.

Its not a popular opinion.

But in the end, the facts remain.

Maybe we adults can never be redeemed.

But Tomorrow isnt not the far away…

And the young must find that tomorrow.

Even if time runs short.

This Saturday and for the foreseeable future of every Saturday, the rooms of the American living room is quiet like the grave…

But its never silent.

Yes, Virgina there is a Santa Claus…

If only they just believe…

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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Disney’s Fish Hooks Mobile App Gets an Update http://www.toonbarn.com/fish-hooks/disneys-fish-hooks-mobile-app-update/ http://www.toonbarn.com/fish-hooks/disneys-fish-hooks-mobile-app-update/#respond Tue, 30 Apr 2013 20:00:36 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=39070 Disney/ABC Television Group Digital Media’s extremely popular Fish Hooks App for iOS devices has just released a new update featuring crisper and clearer high definition graphics, as well as an expansion pack that includes five additional characters to play with, such as Randy Cunningham, Finberly, Shellsea, Bleak Molly and Jumbo Shrimp. The new Fish Hooks […]

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Disney's Fish Hooks Mobile App Gets an Update

Disney/ABC Television Group Digital Media’s extremely popular Fish Hooks App for iOS devices has just released a new update featuring crisper and clearer high definition graphics, as well as an expansion pack that includes five additional characters to play with, such as Randy Cunningham, Finberly, Shellsea, Bleak Molly and Jumbo Shrimp.

The new Fish Hooks app also has six new game mechanics and several new power ups, such as the Octopus, which can use his tentacles to swing around a level and Warps, which can be used to transport oneself throughout a level.

“Fans can’t get enough of the current Fish Hooks game so it’s a clear choice for us to expand on the app,” said Lauren DeVillier, vice president of digital media, Disney Channels Worldwide. “With the great success of the initial launch of the app, our team looked at what resonated with fans and responded by adding new characters and features to ensure the best possible user experience. It’s also a great digital touch point to the series on Disney Channel.”

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Disney Channel’s WhoDunIt Weekend http://www.toonbarn.com/fish-hooks/disney-channels-whodunit-weekend/ http://www.toonbarn.com/fish-hooks/disney-channels-whodunit-weekend/#respond Tue, 27 Mar 2012 19:00:25 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=28581 This coming April 13 to 15, the Disney Channel will present a special Whodunit Weekend, in which two nights of mystery-centric episodes of its various shows. The first leg of the special will premiere on Friday, April 13 at 8pm, with a new whodunit episode of Jessie, followed by a whodunit episode of A.N.T. Farm, […]

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Disney Channel's WhoDunIt Weekend

This coming April 13 to 15, the Disney Channel will present a special Whodunit Weekend, in which two nights of mystery-centric episodes of its various shows. The first leg of the special will premiere on Friday, April 13 at 8pm, with a new whodunit episode of Jessie, followed by a whodunit episode of A.N.T. Farm, and capped by a mystery-themed episode of Fish Hooks.

On Sunday, April 15, Disney’s Whodunit Weekend will end with a bang as the special mystery themed program block will feature Austin & Ally and Shake It Up, with both shows featuring mystery themes.

In support of Whodunit Weekend, the Disney Channel website will be hosting several Whodunit polls, photos, riddles, as well as three exclusive bonus scenes from the Whodunit Jessie episode. There is also a new mystery themed A.N.T. Farm game in the works. The Whodunit theme for the Disney Channel will start on April 13 and will end on the 15th, similar to the program block.

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Season 2 of Disney’s Fish Hooks Premieres November 4th http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/season-2-disneys-fish-hooks-premieres-nov-4/ http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/season-2-disneys-fish-hooks-premieres-nov-4/#respond Fri, 21 Oct 2011 14:53:07 +0000 http://toonbarn.com/?p=22360 The 2nd season of Disney’s imaginative, eye-catching animated hit series Fish Hooks is scheduled for Friday, November 4 on the Disney Channel. Fish Hooks is currently one of the top animated shows for kids aged 6 to 11, and is also popular with tweens from age 9 to 14. More importantly, it’s popular with me!! […]

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Season 2 of Disney's Fish Hooks Premieres on Nov. 4

The 2nd season of Disney’s imaginative, eye-catching animated hit series Fish Hooks is scheduled for Friday, November 4 on the Disney Channel. Fish Hooks is currently one of the top animated shows for kids aged 6 to 11, and is also popular with tweens from age 9 to 14. More importantly, it’s popular with me!! The second season of Fish Hooks will, as before, revolve around best fish friends Milo, Bea, and Oscar as they deal with the day to day life of a tween fish, as they tackle issues related to friendship, sports, and even dating. Of course, there are the occasional problems like giant lobsters, irritable catfishes that need babysitting, and being tasked with riding a bucking scorpion.

The series still boasts of an all star cast that includes Rachel Dratch (Saturday Night Live) as Esmargot, Jennifer Coolidge (Legally Blonde) as Ms. Lips, Jerry Stiller (The King of Queens) as Principal Stickler, and exercise guru Richard Simmons as Coach Salmons, among others.

Fish Hooks was originally adapted to animated form from Noah Z. Jones’ children’s book of the same name. It was developed by Alex Hirsch (Gravity Falls) and Bill Reiss (Chowder). Noah Z. Jones is also executive-producing with Maxwell Atoms (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy).

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Fish Hooks season two hits Disney Channel on November 4th http://www.toonbarn.com/nickelodeon/fish-hooks-season-hits-disney-channel-november-4th/ http://www.toonbarn.com/nickelodeon/fish-hooks-season-hits-disney-channel-november-4th/#respond Sat, 15 Oct 2011 16:21:21 +0000 http://toonbarn.com/?p=22325 With hits like the Avengers, Kick Buttowski, and Phineas and Ferb, Disney networks are doing A-OK in terms of keeping up with Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and the like. Those are some grade A quality toons right there, and we’re proud to cover them! But one such cartoon seems to have really hit a high note […]

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Fish Hooks season two hits Disney Channel on November 4th

With hits like the Avengers, Kick Buttowski, and Phineas and Ferb, Disney networks are doing A-OK in terms of keeping up with Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and the like. Those are some grade A quality toons right there, and we’re proud to cover them! But one such cartoon seems to have really hit a high note in popularity over the past few months, and now we’re even more enthused with the Disney lineup; Fish Hooks is back to the Disney Channel on November 4th with an all new collection of shows. What ingenious name did they give it? Fish Hooks season two, of course! Want more information, check out the whole press release.

IT’S GOING TO BE FIN-TASTIC!

SEASON TWO OF DISNEY CHANNEL’S HIT ANIMATED SERIES
“FISH HOOKS,” PREMIERES FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4

-Felicia Day, Wallace Shawn, Doug Brochu Join All-Star Recurring Guest Cast-

Season two of the imaginative, eye-catching animated hit series “Fish Hooks,” will premiere FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 (9:30-10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel. Since its September 2010 debut, “Fish Hooks” has been one of TV’s top animated series among Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14.*

“Fish Hooks” features a talented voice cast including Chelsea Kane (“Dancing with the Stars,” “JONAS”) as Bea, Kyle Massey (“Dancing with the Stars,” “Cory in the House”) as Milo, and Justin Roiland (“The Sarah Silverman Program”) as Oscar. Upcoming episodes will introduce guest characters, including a new crush for Oscar, voiced by Felicia Day (“The Guild”), a Rat King outside the tanks voiced by Wallace Shawn (“Toy Story,” “The Incredibles”) and a new marching band conductor voiced by Doug Brochu (“So Random!”). Season two will continue to follow best fish friends Bea, Milo and Oscar as they tackle everyday tween life from friendship, dating and sports, to more atypical situations like giant lobsters, babysitting an ornery catfish and learning to ride a bucking scorpion.

The series’ all-star recurring cast includes Rachel Dratch (“Saturday Night Live”) as Esmargot, Jerry Stiller (“The King of Queens”) as Principal Stickler, Atticus Shaffer (“The Middle”) as Albert Glass, Jennifer Coolidge (“Legally Blonde,” “Best in Show”) as Ms. Lips, exercise guru Richard Simmons as Coach Salmons, Dana Snyder (“Chowder”) as Mr. Baldwin, Alex Hirsch as Clamantha, John DiMaggio (“Futurama”) as Jocktopus, Edie McClurg (“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”) as Mrs. Goldfishberg, Tiny Lister (“Friday”) as Mr. Mussels, Kari Wahlgren (“Phineas and Ferb”) as Shellsea, John Caparulo (“Chelsea Lately”) as Headphone Joe and Kevin McDonald (“Lilo & Stitch: The Series”) as Mr. Frog.

“Fish Hooks” was created by children’s book illustrator Noah Z. Jones, developed for television by Alex Hirsch (“Gravity Falls,” “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack”) and Bill Reiss (“Chowder”) and is executive-produced by Noah Z. Jones and Maxwell Atoms (“The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy”). The series is produced by Disney Television Animation.

Disney Channel is a 24-hour kid-driven, family inclusive television network that taps into the world of kids and families through original series and movies. Currently available on basic cable in over 99 million U.S. homes and to millions of other viewers on Disney Channels around the world, Disney Channel is part of the Disney/ABC Television Group.

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Disney’s Fish Hooks takes on Phineas and Ferb http://www.toonbarn.com/nickelodeon/disneys-fish-hooks-takes-on-phineas-and-ferb/ http://www.toonbarn.com/nickelodeon/disneys-fish-hooks-takes-on-phineas-and-ferb/#comments Fri, 15 Apr 2011 11:45:51 +0000 http://toonbarn.com/?p=14267 For quite some time, the summer brothers have owned Disney. Phineas and Ferb have been to Disney what SpongeBob SquarePants is to Nickelodeon; that is, a ratings juggernaut. But then in steps this new comer, Fish Hooks. The quirky 2D animation set against photo realistic backgrounds has clearly caught the attention of fans everywhere, as […]

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Disney's Fish Hooks takes on Phineas and Ferb

For quite some time, the summer brothers have owned Disney. Phineas and Ferb have been to Disney what SpongeBob SquarePants is to Nickelodeon; that is, a ratings juggernaut. But then in steps this new comer, Fish Hooks. The quirky 2D animation set against photo realistic backgrounds has clearly caught the attention of fans everywhere, as the numbers show Fish Hooks topping P&F again and again in different demographics. So this obviously begs the most important question ever posed: which do you like better? Phineas and Ferb? Or Fish Hooks?

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Disney Channel adds Gravity Falls and Fish Hooks http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/disney-channel-adds-gravity-falls-and-fish-hooks/ http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/disney-channel-adds-gravity-falls-and-fish-hooks/#comments Tue, 18 Jan 2011 17:18:34 +0000 http://toonbarn.com/?p=13051 After an amazingly successful first season of Fish Hooks, Disney made the only logical decision it could regarding the series — it renewed it for a full second season! Disney Channel recently announced that the Disney Television Animation toon will swim along to the channel in the spring of 2012. And Disney didn’t just catch […]

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Disney Channel adds Gravity Falls and Fish Hooks

After an amazingly successful first season of Fish Hooks, Disney made the only logical decision it could regarding the series — it renewed it for a full second season! Disney Channel recently announced that the Disney Television Animation toon will swim along to the channel in the spring of 2012. And Disney didn’t just catch a single show this time, but an additional cartoon called Gravity Falls! The new series follows Dipper and Mabel Pines, a pair of twins spending summer in Gravity Falls, Oregon with their great uncle. It’s there that they discover The Mystery Shack is a little more mysterious than their great uncle let on. Disney keeps the good stuff coming!

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Disney Channel and Disney XD score big 2010 ratings http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/disney-channel-and-disney-xd-score-big-2010-ratings/ http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/disney-channel-and-disney-xd-score-big-2010-ratings/#comments Fri, 14 Jan 2011 17:15:56 +0000 http://toonbarn.com/?p=13042 In the history of Disney Channel, 2010 is now officially the highest rated year ever, bringing more eyeballs to the network than any other era. The channel averaged over 1.7 million viewers during the span of the entire day, and even beat other other major networks in specific demographics. Disney XD didn’t do too bad […]

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Disney Channel and Disney XD score big 2010 ratings

In the history of Disney Channel, 2010 is now officially the highest rated year ever, bringing more eyeballs to the network than any other era. The channel averaged over 1.7 million viewers during the span of the entire day, and even beat other other major networks in specific demographics. Disney XD didn’t do too bad itself, pulling in it’s biggest ratings ever – even including the era the channel was known as Toon Disney. Nearly 300,000 folks watched the channel every day, up about 15% from 2009. Are you part of the new ratings boost? Have you been watching Phineas and Ferb, Kick Buttowski, Iron Man, Naruto, Kid vs. Kat, Jimmy Two Shoes, Spectacular Spider-Man, Robodz, Fish Hooks and the other great Disney shows?

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Fish Hooks gives Astral’s Family Channel a dose of Disney http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/fish-hooks-gives-astrals-family-channel-a-dose-of-disney/ http://www.toonbarn.com/disney/fish-hooks-gives-astrals-family-channel-a-dose-of-disney/#respond Mon, 02 Aug 2010 16:22:09 +0000 http://toonbarn.com/?p=10998 There’s party guy, Milo. His neurotic brother Oscar. And, of course, the overly dramatic goldfish, Bea. Who are they? They’re the stars of Disney’s newest toon, Fish Hooks, who attend Freshwater High, a school submerged in a fish tank at a local pet store. The series chronicles their daily lives as they deal with friendships, […]

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Fish Hooks gives Astral's Family Channel a dose of Disney

There’s party guy, Milo. His neurotic brother Oscar. And, of course, the overly dramatic goldfish, Bea. Who are they? They’re the stars of Disney’s newest toon, Fish Hooks, who attend Freshwater High, a school submerged in a fish tank at a local pet store. The series chronicles their daily lives as they deal with friendships, dating and sports as well as such typical teen issues, giant lobster attacks, and school field trips to the hamster cages. What?! For those of you with Astral’s Family Channel, this Disney series will get a sneak peek on September 3rd at 9:30pm before starting it’s regular slot, Saturdays at 8am, on September 25th.

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