History Creator / HannaBarbera

9th Jul '16 9:52:28 AM Anddrix
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** DC Comics' ''ComicBook/HannahBarberaBeyond''; a slate of comic reboots of H-B properties; while the above mentioned ''ComicBook/FutureQuest'' aims at a retro aesthetic, the others provide these kind of what if takes. These include ''ComicBook/ScoobyApocalypse'' (which takes the Scooby Gang into a world infected by a nanite virus), ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'' (which transplants the Wacky Racers into a ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' style environment), and ''ComicBook/TheFlintstones'' comic that takes it back to its' roots about social issues in a prehistoric setting. This mirroring the multiple paths being taken in the modern animation projects.

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** DC Comics' ''ComicBook/HannahBarberaBeyond''; ''ComicBook/HannaBarberaBeyond''; a slate of comic reboots of H-B properties; while the above mentioned ''ComicBook/FutureQuest'' aims at a retro aesthetic, the others provide these kind of what if takes. These include ''ComicBook/ScoobyApocalypse'' (which takes the Scooby Gang into a world infected by a nanite virus), ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'' (which transplants the Wacky Racers into a ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' style environment), and ''ComicBook/TheFlintstones'' comic that takes it back to its' roots about social issues in a prehistoric setting. This mirroring the multiple paths being taken in the modern animation projects.
9th Jul '16 9:51:56 AM Anddrix
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** More recently, DC Comics [[http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2016/01/28/hanna-barbera-beyond-flintstones-scooby-and-more-are-getting-comic-book-reimaginings announced a slate of comic reboots of H-B properties]]; while the above mentioned ''ComicBook/FutureQuest'' aims at a retro aesthetic, the others provide these kind of what if takes. These include ''Scooby Apocalypse'' (which takes the Scooby Gang into a world infected by a nanite virus), ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'' (which transplants the Wacky Racers into a ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' style environment), and a ''Flintstones'' comic that takes it back to its' roots about social issues in a prehistoric setting. This mirroring the multiple paths being taken in the modern animation projects.

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** More recently, DC Comics [[http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2016/01/28/hanna-barbera-beyond-flintstones-scooby-and-more-are-getting-comic-book-reimaginings announced Comics' ''ComicBook/HannahBarberaBeyond''; a slate of comic reboots of H-B properties]]; properties; while the above mentioned ''ComicBook/FutureQuest'' aims at a retro aesthetic, the others provide these kind of what if takes. These include ''Scooby Apocalypse'' ''ComicBook/ScoobyApocalypse'' (which takes the Scooby Gang into a world infected by a nanite virus), ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'' (which transplants the Wacky Racers into a ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' style environment), and a ''Flintstones'' ''ComicBook/TheFlintstones'' comic that takes it back to its' roots about social issues in a prehistoric setting. This mirroring the multiple paths being taken in the modern animation projects.
24th Jun '16 10:35:38 PM Homemaderat
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* RecycledInSpace: Definitely not the first to do this, but both the TropeNamer (with ''ComicBook/JosieAndThePussycats in Outer Space'') ''and'' TropeCodifier for how this trope is currently used. As stated above, they were known for shameless SelfPlagiarism -- if one show was successful, do another just like it. If one was not, do one like one of the more successful shows, rinse, repeat. If you're not too busy, check out [[RecycledInSpace/WesternAnimation this trope's page for western animation]]. About half of the above list is on there.
* ReusedCharacterDesign: Quite literally, actually. Several of the character designers for HB's later shows would literally trace over model sheets for older shows when designing new ones.

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* RecycledInSpace: Definitely not the first to do this, but both the TropeNamer (with ''ComicBook/JosieAndThePussycats in Outer Space'') ''and'' TropeCodifier for how this trope is currently used. As stated above, they were known for shameless SelfPlagiarism recycling -- if one show was successful, do another just like it. If one was not, do one like one of the more successful shows, rinse, repeat. If you're not too busy, check out [[RecycledInSpace/WesternAnimation this trope's page for western animation]]. About half of the above list is on there.
* ReusedCharacterDesign: Quite literally, actually. Several of While not utilized among too many nameable characters, over the many years you can see a lot of reuse of smaller character designers for HB's later shows would literally trace over model sheets for older shows when designing new ones.designs. One prominent example may be ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperGlobetrotters'' which features so much of this it was probably being done [[ShoutOut on purpose as a joke.]]
22nd Jun '16 9:30:36 PM NWolfman
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* RecycledCharacterDesigns: Quite literally, actually. Several of the character designers for HB's later shows would literally trace over model sheets for older shows when designing new ones.


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* ReusedCharacterDesign: Quite literally, actually. Several of the character designers for HB's later shows would literally trace over model sheets for older shows when designing new ones.
22nd Jun '16 9:29:40 PM NWolfman
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* RecycledCharacterDesign: Quite literally, actually. Several of the character designers for HB's later shows would literally trace over model sheets for older shows when designing new ones.

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* RecycledCharacterDesign: RecycledCharacterDesigns: Quite literally, actually. Several of the character designers for HB's later shows would literally trace over model sheets for older shows when designing new ones.
22nd Jun '16 9:29:19 PM NWolfman
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* RecycledCharacterDesign: Quite literally, actually. Several of the character designers for HB's later shows would literally trace over model sheets for older shows when designing new ones.
22nd Jun '16 2:23:23 PM GooglePlexPower
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** ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scooby-Doo_and_Scrappy-Doo_(1979_TV_series) Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo]]''

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** ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scooby-Doo_and_Scrappy-Doo_(1979_TV_series) Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo]]''''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndScrappyDoo''
18th Jun '16 2:05:16 AM Anddrix
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** So has Creator/DCComics. With an already ongoing ''Scooby Doo Team Up'' comic pairing Scooby with other HB cartoons and DC heroes, it has expanded with the recent announcement of ''Future Quest''- a series with Jonny Quest and Space Ghost teaming with many of the other 60s H-B heroes.

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** So has Creator/DCComics. With an already ongoing ''Scooby Doo Team Up'' comic pairing Scooby with other HB cartoons and DC heroes, it has expanded with the recent announcement of ''Future Quest''- ''ComicBook/FutureQuest''- a series with Jonny Quest and Space Ghost teaming with many of the other 60s H-B heroes.



** More recently, DC Comics [[http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2016/01/28/hanna-barbera-beyond-flintstones-scooby-and-more-are-getting-comic-book-reimaginings announced a slate of comic reboots of H-B properties]]; while the above mentioned ''Future Quest'' aims at a retro aesthetic, the others provide these kind of what if takes. These include ''Scooby Apocalypse'' (which takes the Scooby Gang into a world infected by a nanite virus), ''Wacky Raceland'' (which transplants the Wacky Racers into a ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' style environment), and a ''Flintstones'' comic that takes it back to its' roots about social issues in a prehistoric setting. This mirroring the multiple paths being taken in the modern animation projects.

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** More recently, DC Comics [[http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2016/01/28/hanna-barbera-beyond-flintstones-scooby-and-more-are-getting-comic-book-reimaginings announced a slate of comic reboots of H-B properties]]; while the above mentioned ''Future Quest'' ''ComicBook/FutureQuest'' aims at a retro aesthetic, the others provide these kind of what if takes. These include ''Scooby Apocalypse'' (which takes the Scooby Gang into a world infected by a nanite virus), ''Wacky Raceland'' ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'' (which transplants the Wacky Racers into a ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' style environment), and a ''Flintstones'' comic that takes it back to its' roots about social issues in a prehistoric setting. This mirroring the multiple paths being taken in the modern animation projects.
4th Jun '16 12:48:10 AM Homemaderat
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** Their action cartoons during the 80s and 90s began to take this route as well- the last couple seasons of ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends'' brought in Darkseid, for starters; the trend continued with ''WesternAnimation/GaltarAndTheGoldenLance'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'', and especially ''SwatKats''.

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** Their action cartoons during the 80s and 90s began to take this route as well- the last couple seasons of ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends'' brought in Darkseid, for starters; the trend continued with ''WesternAnimation/GaltarAndTheGoldenLance'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'', and especially ''SwatKats''.



** Can be argued for the studio itself, which survived decades thanks to its founders' teamwork, despite the two of them being polar opposites (Hanna was the quiet country type, Barbera was the fast-paced city type) and rarely fraternizing outside of work, where they bickered LikeAnOldMarriedCouple.

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** Can be argued for the studio itself, which survived decades thanks to its founders' teamwork, despite the two of them being polar opposites (Hanna was the quiet country type, Barbera was the fast-paced city type) and rarely fraternizing outside of work, where they bickered LikeAnOldMarriedCouple.work. Inside the studio the two worked in their own ways and complemented one anther's talent to a tee.
29th May '16 4:45:07 PM NWolfman
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* AnimationBump: While known for their heavy dependance on LimitedAnimation for their TV shows, the studio would use a bigger budget for all it was worth whenever they could get one, often in their feature films. In fact, several of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'''s highly skilled animators migrated over to [=HB=], so the talent was there when they needed it. They moved away from the limited stuff entirely in the late 80s/early 90s, when they started streamlining their creative process by farming out their animation services and producing far fewer shows at a time.

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* AnimationBump: While known for their heavy dependance on LimitedAnimation for their TV shows, the studio would use a bigger budget for all it was worth whenever they could get one, often in their feature films. In fact, several of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'''s highly skilled animators migrated over to [=HB=], [=HB=] when Creator/{{MGM}} shut down their cartoon studio, so the talent was there when they needed it. They moved away from the limited stuff entirely in the late 80s/early 90s, when they started streamlining their creative process by farming out their animation services and producing far fewer shows at a time.
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