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25th Oct '17 12:06:59 AM TitoMosquito
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* ''[[Series/{{Beetleborgs}} Big Bad Beetleborgs]]'' and ''Beetleborgs Metallix''. Two Franchise/MetalHeroes shows being adapted into a comic book-derived action show.

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* ''[[Series/{{Beetleborgs}} Big Bad Beetleborgs]]'' and ''Beetleborgs Metallix''. Two [[Series/JuukouBFighter Two]] Franchise/MetalHeroes shows [[Series/BFighterKabuto shows]] being adapted into a comic book-derived action show.
25th Oct '17 12:05:51 AM TitoMosquito
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* ''[[Series/{{Beetleborgs}} Big Bad Beetleborgs]]'' and ''Beetleborgs Metallix''. Two Franchise/MetalHeroes shows being adapted into a comic book-derived action show.
4th Aug '17 3:53:30 AM ClockClockClock
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* Parodied in WebVideo/FiveSecondFilms' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AP3J-iTKiyY "Collectors Issue".]]
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26th Jun '17 1:16:50 AM GiantJumboJellyfish
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** More important to note that the ExecutiveMeddling comes from the US who seem to think that outside the US we shouldn't be able to see violence. The main culprit is the WWE who used to edit their [=PPVs=] before sending them to channel 4.

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** More important to note that the ExecutiveMeddling comes from the US who seem to think that those outside the US we shouldn't be able to see violence. The main culprit is the WWE {{Wrestling/WWE}} who used to edit their [=PPVs=] before sending them to channel 4.Creator/Channel4.
23rd Jun '17 2:46:44 PM CardboardGroundhog
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** "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy 2", like the Simpsons example above, parodies the 1960s Batman variation. As the elderly superheroes knock over obvious cutouts of villains with "PROP!", "CARDBOARD!" and "LAME" flashed onscreen (''after'' the cardboard visibly buckles, no less).

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** "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy 2", like the Simpsons example above, parodies the 1960s Batman variation. As the The titular elderly superheroes knock over obvious cutouts of villains with "PROP!", "CARDBOARD!" and "LAME" flashed in starbursts onscreen (''after'' the cardboard visibly buckles, no less).
23rd Jun '17 2:45:31 PM CardboardGroundhog
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** "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy 2", like the Simpsons example above, parodies the 1960s Batman variation. As the elderly superheroes knock over obvious cutouts of villains with "Prop!", "Cardboard!" and "Lame!" flashed onscreen (*after* the cardboard visibly buckles, no less).

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** "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy 2", like the Simpsons example above, parodies the 1960s Batman variation. As the elderly superheroes knock over obvious cutouts of villains with "Prop!", "Cardboard!" "PROP!", "CARDBOARD!" and "Lame!" "LAME" flashed onscreen (*after* (''after'' the cardboard visibly buckles, no less).
23rd Jun '17 2:44:14 PM CardboardGroundhog
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** "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy 2", like the Simpsons example above, parodies the 1960s Batman variation with the elderly superheroes knocking over cardboard standees, with "Prop!", "Cardboard!" and "Lame!" flashed onscreen (*after* the cardboard visibly buckles, no less).

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** "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy 2", like the Simpsons example above, parodies the 1960s Batman variation with variation. As the elderly superheroes knocking knock over cardboard standees, obvious cutouts of villains with "Prop!", "Cardboard!" and "Lame!" flashed onscreen (*after* the cardboard visibly buckles, no less).
23rd Jun '17 2:42:13 PM CardboardGroundhog
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** "Mermaidman and Barnacleboy 2", like the Simpsons example above, parodies the 1960s Batman variation with the elderly superheroes knocking over cardboard standees, with "Prop!", "Cardboard!" and "Lame!" flashed onscreen (*after* the cardboard visibly buckles, no less).
7th Apr '17 3:20:46 PM ANTMuddle
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** And finally, the outro of ''The Bugs Bunny Road Runner Hour,'' in which Bugs is driving a small car on the open road and the Coyote, with part of another contraption in tow, goes flying straight into him. Beep beep!
15th Feb '17 3:42:47 AM superslinger2007
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->''"We're gonna hit these guys so hard that words describing the intensity of the impact will spontaneously form in mid-air!"''
-->--'''Batman''', ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie''

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->''"We're gonna hit these guys so hard that words describing the intensity of the impact will spontaneously form in mid-air!"''
-->--'''Batman''', ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie''
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