What's on your mind?
I've known since 2008, but there are those who say it's dead now, but it's an unforgettable channel.
There are two other competing channels and they are also legendary.
I know some of the important CN programs from television. But I rarely watched CN anymore.
I especially want an old CN program to come to our CN, that day may not be today, but it will contribute to our CN.
I join this wiki. I hope this is gonna be a good wiki. I think my brother Trevor is gonna be happy if I join.
After Stuart Snyder left and before Christina Miller took over as CEO, were Turner's executives temporary in charge of the channel while looking for a replacement for Stuart Snyder?
Spinel hates Blossom x Jared and likes Blossom x Brick. And you know what? I agree with Spinel.
This Is My Version Of Kelsey, But Instead Kelsey Is A African American, She Is A 14 Year Old Who Looks Like A 4 Year Old (Courtney From Total DramaRama), Also My Version Of Kelsey Is Based Off A Scrapped Character From CN City: The Series, She Was Voiced By A Unknown, Later Voiced By Noël Wells Despite Never Hearing Her Voice, She Is Also One Of 2016 Cartoon Network ( @Spacejamstr’s Friends).
This is my version of Ami and Yumi from Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.
About Ami Onuki (my version): Ami is cheerful, fearless, quick-thinking, sweet, optimistic, and easy to get along with. Ami is seen as a peppy and girly-girl female, but she is also capable of extreme rage when things don't go in her way.
About Yumi Yoshimura (my version): Yumi is a happy-go-lucky tomboy and the most aggressive and serious like her original TV series counterpart. What she likes most is singing, playing musical instruments, karate, wrestling, being loud, and being with her friends.
Aren't they amazing, guys?
So I Made Up Lyrics For The Theme Song For A Upcoming Spinoff Of Craig Of The Creek Called Jessica’s Big Little World
Jessica’s Little World Becomes A Big World!
Jessica’s Big Little World!
Jessica’s Big Little world!
Jessica’s Big Little World Is A Fun Place, This Is All About Jessica! A Girl Who Is All Time!
Jessica’s Big Little World
(Jessica’s Big Little World)
Jessica’s Big little world
(The Jessica’s Big little world shows Up.)
NOTE: I Am Really Excited For Jessica’s Big Little World, Also Ignore The Part “Jessica’s Little World”
(edited by IzzyIzzyTotaldramadrama)
2004 Cartoon Network (my version) is dressed as Princess Peach. The difference between Cartoon Network and Peach, is because they're both cute, lively, careless, optimistic, friendly, pretty, giggly, adorable, peppy, childish, sweet, gentle, graceful, outgoing, cheerful, girly-girl, and goody-two-shoes.
(edited by Spacejamstr)
Over the Garden Wall
5 Votes in Poll
2004 Cartoon Network (my version)
Barbara Gordon (2019 version)
Karen Beecher (2019 version)
7 Votes in Poll
My older bother name is Petergunderson. He's born in March 18, 2001. He is a tough guy. He has a girlfriend name Lisa. She's born in April 11, 2001.
My younger sister name is Katiegunderson. she's born in September 29, 2012. She is a cute girl, cutest girl I've ever seen.
My father name is Johnathangunderson. He's born in June 6, 1986. Sometime he gets aggressive.
My mother name is Sallygunderson. She's born in August 20, 1988. She is a friendly person.
What do you think of my family?
I can no longer use red magic or use telekinesis. Now what should I do?
"Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Show
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Show
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Show
Anything is possible
Anything is possible
Anything is possible
That song will never leave my head. In fact, this is the Cartoon Network show that made me fall in love with the famous J-Rock duo Puffy AmiYumi. So, I decided to review this one.
For those who don't know who the heck is Puffy AmiYumi, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi is a show created by Sam Register, former Cartoon Network vice-president and current Warner Bros. Animation president who's a huge fan of the real-life band and created the cartoon to share its fame with the entire world. The band has been very famous in Japan ever since it was formed in 1996, released several English-language albums and became very famous worldwide for singing the theme song to the classic Teen Titans cartoon. Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi premiered in 2004 with the episodes "Dis-Harmony/Collect All 5/Ninjcompoop" and became one of Cartoon Network's well-known franchises, ending in 2006 with "Manga Madness (Part 2)/Julie AmiYumi/It's Alive!" which sadly never aired in America.
I'm starting off saying that I used to love this show as a kid. It was amazing. After looking back on it, it wasn't as great but it wasn't Rocket Power neither. It wasn't anything on the levels of Codename: Kids Next Door, Steven Universe, Samurai Jack or Courage the Cowardly Dog, but it still leaves me a good taste. Why is this show still making me smile? Let's just ROCK!!!
One of this show's awesome gimmicks is the titular animated versions of the duo. Ami and Yumi are two buddies who travel around the world performing rock concerts, being famous and always running away from the toxic unhealthy papparazzi.
Ami Onuki: She's the most optimistic and adorable one of the duo. She has some interesting quirks such as loving everything she sees as cute. She's also a badass defender of the environment and a formidable percussionist. She's one of the best Cartoon Network female protagonists because of her hilarious dialogue and how insanely quriky she can be. And she's voiced by Janice Kawaye who is also the voice of Numbuh 83/Sonya from Codename: Kids Next Door and Jenny 'XJ-9' Wakeman from My Life as a Teenage Robot, so you'll notice how much effort she poured into her voice role.
Yumi Yoshimura: She's the cool metal head of the duo who loves electric guitars. Her sarcastic wits and deadpan delivery give this character a lot more of personality. As Ami's foil, she's a tomboy but also genuinely caring for Ami. Her voice actress Grey Griffin is also the voice of Mandy from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Sam Manson from Danny Phantom. So, I see Yumi as the seamless blend of both. She's also the archetype of Luna Loud from The Loud House and Maggie Pesky from The Buzz on Maggie, a show that coincidentally aired at the peak of Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi's popularity.
Kaz Harada: This guy may come off as an asshole most of the time, but he also has his funny moments. While his greed seems to be money, he also enjoys experimenting visual vanity. His voice actor Keone Young who also voices Numbuh 3/Kuki Sanban's dad from Codename: Kids Next Door gives this character a genuine Asian accent.
Jang Keng and Tekirai: Ami and Yumi's pet kitties are very hilarious, mainly whenever they interact with Kaz, resulting in comedic mayhem. While anthropomorphic, they still talk like real-life cats.
The rest of the cast also has the talent-sucking vampires Vlad, Nicolai and Mitch who are funny in their own way, the hyper fangirl Dis-Harmony who constantly stalks the duo and their manager and is hilariously obnoxious, the corrupt businessman Eldwin Blair who genuinely makes Kaz look less greedy and more caring with his quick buck-making schemes, the aspiring superhero Atchan who has a downright hilarious obssession for Yumi and, finally, we have Julie, the former member of the duo who's so psychopathic that she makes Ren Höek look more sane in comparison. She's the animated version of Emi who sang "True Asia" with the real-life Ami and Yumi. Her humor comes from calling Ami incorrectly "Arthur". Sadly, due to the show ending production, she was prematurely phased out, much to my and everyone else's dismay. We would like to see more episodes with her.
And let's move to the show's other aspects.
First one is the writing. The stories play very much like Looney Tunes and the Warner Bros. cartoons from the 90s like Animaniacs and Freakazoid!, the earlier Hanna-Barbera shows like Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound and some Cartoon Network stuff like Johnny Bravo, Courage the Cowardly Dog and I.M. Weasel as they focus on Ami, Yumi and Kaz landing on different scenarios and always saving the day either with the power of music, with wits and disguises or with sheer luck. In conclusion, the plots are very simple, but they keep a relative sense of humor and a relative pace since the episodes are each composed of three 7-minute stories which is enough to satisfy those who enjoy fun cartoony storylines.
Second is the setting. The Puffy AmiYumi tour bus has a very inviting and expansive interior, functioning as a home trailer. It makes me wish I could live in a home trailer.
The last one is the animation. Despite being made in Flash, it's very neat. It uses a stylistic form of motion similar to Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. The character animation, while not perfect, is done very well, mimicking the Japanese anime and the 1950s Hanna-Barbera cartoons. The transitions and the flowing movement of visuals add some more charm to it.
So this is Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi for you. This show may not be Steven Universe or Samurai Jack, but it's just the good old Looney Tunes with female Japanese rockstars and stylistic Hanna-Barbera animation from the late 1950s and early 1960s. Some things don't hold up very well, but the characters are the fun factor and the songs are very upbeat and catchy. This is not your average celebrity cartoon. It's an enjoyable feast.
What are your thoughts on Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls (1998)?
While I will admit she does have flaws, she's my personal favorite from the show. She's optimistic, she can go nutsy cuckoo at times, and she is cute. Plus, there's more to Bubbles than just "Nice". And I like how she cares deeply for the environment, proving she, Blossom and Buttercup can protect the environment like the time they protected Townsville from being destroyed by villains.
She is 10 times better than the crappy reboot of her.
Me :Tom and Jerry, Oggy, Courage Dog, Adventure Time