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Desc:Disney teamed up with Warner Bros. and gave us... this.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Business
Tags:Disney, Warner Bros., Horrible cartoon infinity, Right Now Kapow
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Maggot Brain
everything is ugly
man it's like someone threw a dart at the keenspot homepage circa 2006
Wow. It's fucking awful. Like, it's hard to believe it's this awful, that a commercial entity (Disney and Warner Bros none the less) created this.

Believe me, after ten years on PoE, that's saying something.
Counterpoint: this is EXACTLY what I expect whenever a commercial entity like Disney or Warner Brothers decides they needed to get hip to the youth of today.

This needs the "totally grungified" tag.

Imagine being someone saddled with a [insert astronomical figure] student loan debt for going to CalArts or similar school, watching this

I think it's less like Warner and Disney teamed up, and more like Warner left a flaming bag of crap on Disney's front step, and rather than stomping on it, Disney put it on national television.
It's like the retarded offspring of a royal marriage

We'll always have the skydiving scene from Roger Rabbit.

Roger Rabbit was the best. Western anime has been all downhill since then.

Reeks of some higher up hiring one of his "funny" close relatives to do all the writing
Eh, looks like any other hipster cartoon to me. You could have told me it was Ricky & Morty or Steven Universe, and I'd have believed you.
Checking into it, it seems the creator worked for, amongst other things, Adult Swim. So yeah: slap a big Superjail logo on this, and I don't think anyone would notice the difference.

It looks like a low budget edutainment CDROM game from the '90s.
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