When I was a child, I went to Blockbuster to rent any VHS I wanted. But sometimes, I came across Munchie, and he scared the living hell out of me. I had never rented the film, and I tried to hide myself from his creepiness. It never came out on DVD where I live, so that could've been a relief. But now he doesn't scare me anymore. Hell, I was even scared of Jim Carrey's Grinch as a child before I actually liked that film!
Anyway, Munchie is the sequel to Munchies, a film that was actually an okay guilty pleasure. I really don't know why it's considered a "sequel", because it has absolutely nothing to do with Munchies as all. Munchies is one of those Gremlins films about a little creature dressed up like a Jawa who turns menacing when it eats. Split it in half and you get two. Unlike the Gremlins, they talk all the time, sometimes annoying but sometimes quite funny; one sounding like Stitch
Dexter's Lab: 20 Years LaterBefore Samurai Jack...
Before The Powerpuff Girls...
Before Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends...
Before Steven Universe...
Before The Amazing World Of Gumball...
Before Sym-Bionic Titan...
Before Ben 10...
Before We Bare Bears...
Before Adventure Time and Regular Show...
...there was Dexter.
Tomorrow will mark the 20th Anniversary of Cartoon Network's first original series Dexter's Lab.
The show revolves around the titular character (voiced by the late Christine Cavanaugh in the first two seasons and Ego Trip and Candi Milo in the later seasons and in recent media), a short-statured boy genius who keeps his lab in his room hidden from his parents (voiced by voice acting legends Kath Soucie and Jeff Bennett) and his klutzy older sister Dee Dee. Dexter also battles wits with his archrival Mandark (voiced by Eddie Deezen) who also has a lab of his own.
Dexter's Lab was originally shown in February 1995 as part of the What A Cartoon! Show before it was greenlit for a full series on
Wario is disrupted-Wario is disrupted-
Today, at Wario's house in Diamond City...good ol' Wario had just gotten a one-person sofa he ordered online some time ago. Unlike the family-size couch he usually had, this new sofa was hi-tech. In addition to having it lean back, it also had some of the best snacks and drinks a guy like Wario could ever have when it comes to watching TV.
Wario (to himself): "Oh, boy! This is gonna be the best day of my life! Not only do I have my sofa I bought online last week, but I got it at the right time! Today is the day the Diamond Centurions play football at the Dallas Cowboys' home turf -- against them, during the Super Bowl 20XX! Those Cowboys have been lurkin' around long enough, and it's time my favorite football team showed them who's boss around here! So therefore...let the game begin!"
(He turns on his TV.)
Announcer (voice like John Madden): "Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Super Bowl 20XX! I'm the replicant -- courtesy of Crygor Labs -- of John Madden, car
The Game Masters Episode 1Return of Captain N
It was September 4, 2002. 11 years ago, Kevin Keene, also known as Captain N the Game Master, managed to defeat Mother Brain and her cohorts with the help of every Nintendo hero he could possibly recruit. Now he works for Nintendo as a game-tester, and he was the highest-paid one. Even though Kevin's life was now perfect, including getting paid for doing what he loved, he still missed his days as the hero of Nintendo games.
After returning home from work, he decided to play some Luigi's Mansion on his GameCube. He made it to the final battle against King Boo, but something odd happened before he could suck him up in the Poltergust 3000. The screen flashed blue and began sucking him in, as it did back in 1989 when he was playing Punch-Out!! on the NES. His dog Duke, who still remained by his side, followed him in.
Upon entering the video game world, Kevin saw all his old teammates: Mega Man, Pit, Simon Belmont, Game Boy, and what appeared to be Princess Lana. "Is tha
Captain N S1E1 prolouge
Centuries ago, in a far-off alternate universe, there was a group of 5 heroes, each from 5 different realms, known as the Masters. How they met has been lost over time, but it is known they created the Palace of Power, an interdimensional castle located in a previously empty world they dubbed the Famizone. The Palace has a large amount of interdimensional portals, or "warp zones" as they called them, which they used to fight crime in other dimensions. When they believed to have eliminated all evil in all worlds, they fused their weapons into one powerful gauntlet, the Power Glove.
The Power Glove was a large gauntlet, capable of casting magic spells, levitation and temporary power boosts to the user. After finishing the glove, most of the group parted ways and returned to their worlds, save for 2 of them. They stayed to watch over and protect the Palace of Power, and in case of danger, they created a spell that would summon a hero from the "Ultimate warp zone" to aid the force
SBL: Irate Gamer's Plagerism.... it sucks
Original move: Hammer Charge (If B is just pressed, he'll swing his hammer, doing weak damage. If he holds B, he'll charge the hammer, making it more powerful)
Plagiarized move: Mermaid Rage (If B is just pressed, he'll hit himself on the head with a hammer, doing weak damage. If he holds B, he'll charge the hammer, making it hit him harder, with a RARE chance of hitting an opponent)
2.Tom Smith (http://fav.me/d8hdpaz)
Original move: Anger Issue (Shouts "CHOCOLATE", creating a sound shield. If timed correctly, it can deflect attacks, damage enemies and even smash other shields!)
Plagiarized move: ME HUNGRY!!! (Screams (taken from the end of his Mario 2 "review") stunning himself)
3.Major Nixel (http://fav.me/d8j9ay3)
Original move: Nix Kick (Kicks forward either a spike-top Nixel (targets closest player), "ear"-top Nixel (does average damage), or tile-top Nixel (reflects attacks). No order, just random)
Plagiarized move: NES Sprite Fun
Current Residence: Rhode Island
Favourite genre of music: Theme songs
Favourite style of art: Uhhh......real life?
Shell of choice: MY OWN
Favourite cartoon character: too many to list
Personal Quote: "Expect the unexpected".