nickramer wrote:It's a good set. My favorite part is the different gag credit that had for each episode. For example, in "Buster and the Wolverine", one credit read, "Wolverine Trainer: Tazmanian Devil".
The one excuse to say over after the end of the show to catch those (being reminded of one episode where you had to use your VCR just to see they blatently did so to catch your attention).
In my opinion, the animation was at it's worse in "Rock and Roar". it look as if Jim Tyler's grandchildren drew it.
The memory of how bad some episodes can get animation-wise was what turned me off of the show the first time around, of course many would have their preferences with whom did what, I guess I favored the TMS episodes mostly (bought a cel of Buster from one of their episodes recently). Then you get the ones that just leave you in WTF mode like the "Kennedy Cartoons" crop (Glen knew how to make 'em move). I would say Akom did marginally OK in a few places, but they were far better than KC. I also didn't care for the ones done by Wang Film that featured a lot of ugly, thick-lined characters with exaggerated expressions as if the guys who worked on it though they were still doing "Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures". I couldn't stand thinking they could've redid them better without the need to press down on their pencils.