sometimes complain about technology and
how before you can catch up they put more
advanced out there.
This is one example of something you’ll
have no trouble revisiting in fact you’ll
remember simple times when the most you
had to think of was what toys to bring
into school and if you were going to play
To tell you the truth I’m not overly
impressed with some of the new age cartoons
with the sometimes-vulgar language and
the digital graphics (note: I’m
thinking about the FOX series like The
Simpsons, a classic and at least a pioneer.
Hint: it’s never the first one to
do something that gets caught!). Most
of the 'toons have kids thinking and saying
things they have no business thinking
and saying. If I wanted to hear adult
language in a cartoon I would talk to
my friends on the block or call somebody.
To me a cartoon is Scooby Doo or The Flintstones.
A show like South Park could be construed
as just older guys who are using cartoons
to convey off the wall messages, story
lines and let off steam for past wrongs
done by them. I need a little old-school
Well brace yourselves fellas, cause some
childhood heroes are now available whenever
all you need to do is click the remote
What I’m talking about is the original
being on DVD, with Dolby sound, animation
and a look at the remastering process.
Now for a mid-20’s guy the only
thing that could be better would be to
see Thundercats, Knight Rider, and Different
Strokes come next, I mean the battle between
the world and people friendly Autobots
and the all about themselves
Decepticons is a definite classic.
The teams started and ended with their
leaders. The two leaders styles while
both stern and authoritative were different.
Optimus Prime, the Autobots was a leader
to the concerns and suggestions of other
but in the end he was looked upon to make
the final call. He had the unquestioned
respect of his people.
This is while Megatron had first and
final say and also had plenty of hate
from his minions most notablely hate coming
from his top fighter jet Starscream. He
was respected but definitely questioned
after every turn(When you lose in the
end all the time, it’s hard for
people to believe in you.)!
It’s amazing what you can take
from a cartoon/show that you just didn’t
pick up when you were a kid and this show
has a lot of them You’ll find that
although the show was made for kids it
has a lot of elements for adults to enjoy,
Along with and the 4 deadly sins: lust,
greed hate and envy there is how they
get into these practices like the practice
of war, investigation, espionage and love.
Not love in the sexual way but for each
other as robots.
I can’t even begin to go into what
each episode is like. You will be impressed
on how simple the show looks to you after
all these years and for the newcomers
you like the storylines.
Seasons I-III are out now with the first
cartoons) hovering around the $40-$50
range and half
seasons (sold in volumes) sold for about
the same. So
if you are trying to look at good memories
control whenever. It’s a great cop!
Suggestions, comments, questions feel
free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.