Mogwai_toejam (akktri) wrote in bad_idea_cat,
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New "Extreme" shows

Television producers have found amazing success with new shows featuring drastically redesigned versions of already popular cartoon characters and calling the program "extreme." G.I. Joe Extreme, Ninja Turtles Extreme, He-Man Extreme, Transformers Extreme and Ghostbusters Extreme are some examples.
But why stop there? Here are a few more shows to add to the already booming "extreme" market:
Shirt Tales Extreme: A group of dark, brooding animal superheroes fight against scores of dark, disfigured cybervillains in a park.
The-Get-Along-Gang Extreme: A group of dark, brooding animal superheroes with a caboose resembling a military barracks fight against scores of dark, disfigured cybervillains.
Denver the Last Dinosaur Extreme: A dark, brooding dinosaur superhero and a group of dark teenager superheroes fight against scores of dark, disfigured cybervillains.
Carebears Extreme: A group of dark, brooding teddy bear superheroes fight against scores of dark, disfigured cybervillains with evil looking rainbow blasts.
Punky Brewster Extreme: A dark, brooding preteen superheroine and an equally dark floating rat fight against scores of dark, disfigured cybervillains with clumsily executed magic spells.
The Adventures of Little Koala Extreme: A group of dark, brooding Australian animal superheroes have tea and go parasailing.
The Wuzzles Extreme: A group of dark, brooding half-and-half animal creatures handle interpersonal conflicts.
Dora the Explorer Extreme: A dark, brooding child superhero teaches children how to identify words and objects.
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