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15th Jan '17 6:40:17 PM infernape612
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* The second season of ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' has been seen as this by many ''Sonic Boom'' supporters due to its more redefined animation, nods to the fandom and the fact the writers are making more emphasis when it comes to story and development.



* The Second Season of ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' has been seen as this by many ''Sonic Boom'' supporters due to it's more redefined animation, nods to the fandom and the fact the writers are making more emphasis when it comes to story and development.
15th Jan '17 6:38:14 PM infernape612
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** During Season 17, after the change to a single 10-episode run rather than a 14-episode season split into halves, the writers began to experiment more and more with season-long arcs rather than purely episodic adventures. While Seasons 7-16 certainly were not bad, it's generally agreed by most fans that Seasons 17, 18, and ESPECIALLY 19 are the best overall seasons in a decade, owing partly thanks to the use of season-long themes and story arcs and generally improved consistency from episode-to-episode

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** During Season 17, after the change to a single 10-episode run rather than a 14-episode season split into halves, the writers began to experiment more and more with season-long arcs rather than purely episodic adventures. While Seasons 7-16 certainly were not bad, it's generally agreed by most fans that Seasons 17, 18, and ESPECIALLY 19 are the best overall seasons in a decade, owing partly thanks to the use of season-long themes and story arcs and generally improved consistency from episode-to-episodeepisode-to-episode.
15th Jan '17 6:29:18 PM infernape612
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** [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studio]] has fluctuated in quality throughout the years, but there's have been various definitive starting points for when their studio rebounds in quality. The first instance of this was ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', the first film to come close to capturing the critical and commercial success of their first feature, Snow White. Before that, the studio was finding themselves struggling to find a strong titles. Disney would go on to have another string of successes until ''Walt Disney's'' passing signaled a decline in quality after Disney/TheJungleBook. Their next stage began with ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', which saw the starting point of the Disney Renaissance. This period led to Michael Eisner's growth in power in the company, which would eventually lead to another DorkAge. The most recent and current period has [[Creator/{{Pixar}} John Lasseter]] as the head honcho of the WDAS, with ''Disney/Frozen'' bringing the studio back to the critical acclaim and commercial success.

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** [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studio]] has fluctuated in quality throughout the years, but there's have been various definitive starting points for when their studio rebounds in quality. The first instance of this was ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', the first film to come close to capturing the critical and commercial success of their first feature, Snow White. Before that, the studio was finding themselves struggling to find a strong titles. Disney would go on to have another string of successes until ''Walt Disney's'' passing signaled a decline in quality after Disney/TheJungleBook. Their next stage began with ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', which saw the starting point of the Disney Renaissance. This period led to Michael Eisner's growth in power in the company, which would eventually lead to another DorkAge. The most recent and current period has [[Creator/{{Pixar}} John Lasseter]] as the head honcho of the WDAS, with ''Disney/Frozen'' ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' bringing the studio back to the critical acclaim and commercial success.
6th Jan '17 9:41:53 PM ZootyCutie94
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}'' was met with humor, yet was mostly derided as "silly" during its first season, which was made up of shorts. It wasn't until season two, with the release of half-hour specials that it was able to fully expand its personality into what it is. This was the same time that the toyline was breaking through better as well.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}'' was met with humor, yet was mostly derided as "silly" during its first season, which was made up of shorts. It wasn't until season two, with the release of half-hour specials that it was able to fully expand its personality into what it is. This was the same time that the toyline was breaking through better as well.
6th Jan '17 9:41:34 PM ZootyCutie94
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}'' was met with humor, yet was mostly derided as "silly" during its first season, which was made up of shorts. It wasn't until season two, with the release of half-hour specials that it was able to fully expand its personality into what it is. This was the same time that the toyline was breaking through better as well.
30th Dec '16 8:44:12 PM nombretomado
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* The first couple of seasons of ''TheDreamstone'' are entertaining and ripe with good humor, but more or less a {{Strictly Formula}}ic VillainProtagonist series for the Urpneys, with core elements undeveloped or broken. Starting from the third season, the show gradually expands. The Noops become more competent and sympathetic, with their {{Flanderization}} and {{Designated Hero}} status against the Urpneys slowly undone and them allowed to get in on the humour and story more often. There is a much larger focus on world (or galaxy building), with a larger use of new realms and characters to spice up the formula and the dream process is a more frequent part of the plot (compared to the total of about one or two episodes from the first two seasons). This is also done while barely diluting any of the wonderful Urpney humor.

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* The first couple of seasons of ''TheDreamstone'' ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'' are entertaining and ripe with good humor, but more or less a {{Strictly Formula}}ic VillainProtagonist series for the Urpneys, with core elements undeveloped or broken. Starting from the third season, the show gradually expands. The Noops become more competent and sympathetic, with their {{Flanderization}} and {{Designated Hero}} status against the Urpneys slowly undone and them allowed to get in on the humour and story more often. There is a much larger focus on world (or galaxy building), with a larger use of new realms and characters to spice up the formula and the dream process is a more frequent part of the plot (compared to the total of about one or two episodes from the first two seasons). This is also done while barely diluting any of the wonderful Urpney humor.
30th Dec '16 12:34:32 PM HueJass84
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** [[BrokenBase Depending on who you ask]] many fans will consider Season 20 onwards to be the show Regrowing the Beard after a bad case of SeasonalRot, or the show succumbing to Seasonal Rot after it Grew the Beard between Season 15 to 20.

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** [[BrokenBase Depending on who you ask]] many fans will consider Season 20 onwards to be the show Regrowing the Beard after a bad case of SeasonalRot, or the show succumbing to Seasonal Rot after it Grew the Beard between Season 15 to 20.20, or the show maintaining its decade long Seasonal Rot.
27th Dec '16 9:31:27 AM BreadJelly
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* The Second Season of ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' has been seen as this by many ''Sonic Boom'' supporters due to it's more redefined animation, nods to the fandom and the fact the writers are making more emphasis when it comes to story and development.
9th Dec '16 5:35:02 AM naruto8900
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil''
** Although ''Star'' was a pretty good - if somewhat lightweight - show from the start, it wasn't until "Mewberty", which was DarkerAndEdgier and saw an improvement in both its animation and storytelling, that the show has really come into its own. This got cemented by the end of Season 1, which had ironically had its penultimate episode titled "Marco Grows a Beard".
** Season 2 improved the quality of the stories by putting focus on the characterization of the cast, being much more continuity-driven and interconnected, as well as becoming more serious without discarding the series' humor.
13th Nov '16 12:14:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''. The original ''Grim & Evil'' shorts were charming, but when it got spun off into its own show, things got ''really'' funny.

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* ''TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''.''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''. The original ''Grim & Evil'' shorts were charming, but when it got spun off into its own show, things got ''really'' funny.
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