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8th Apr '17 4:40:59 PM nombretomado
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* WWE released a new adult animated show called "Camp WWE" in which current and past WWE stars are portrayed as kids (John Cena, R-Truth, Big Show, Stone Cold, Rock, Undertaker, Mark Henry, and the Bella Twins) or camp counselors (TripleH, StephanieMcMahon, RicFlair, and SgtSlaughter) all while VinceMcMahon runs the camp.

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* WWE released a new adult animated show called "Camp WWE" in which current and past WWE stars are portrayed as kids (John Cena, R-Truth, Big Show, Stone Cold, Rock, Undertaker, Mark Henry, and the Bella Twins) or camp counselors (TripleH, StephanieMcMahon, RicFlair, (Wrestling/TripleH, Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon, Wrestling/RicFlair, and SgtSlaughter) all while VinceMcMahon Wrestling/VinceMcMahon runs the camp.
25th Mar '17 11:43:07 AM NWolfman
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* One of the stranger examples of this was Music/Devo 2.0, a Disney-backed music project of preteens covering Devo songs, which are all about such [[SarcasmMode family-friendly]] topics as the de-evolution of human intellect, the shallowness of consumerism and TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Devo presumably either wanted the kids to start thinking of these things at a young age or just found the concept hilarious.

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* One of the stranger examples of this was Music/Devo Music/{{Devo}} 2.0, a Disney-backed music project of preteens covering Devo songs, which are all about such [[SarcasmMode family-friendly]] topics as the de-evolution of human intellect, the shallowness of consumerism and TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Devo presumably either wanted the kids to start thinking of these things at a young age or just found the concept hilarious.
25th Mar '17 11:42:18 AM NWolfman
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* Pop group Music/ATeens began as an the Music/{{Abba}} Teens, who covered Abba songs for a late 90s/early 2000s tween audience. This gimmick only lasted on album before they broke off into a reasonably successful standalone group.
* One of the stranger examples of this was Music/Devo 2.0, a Disney-backed music project of preteens covering Devo songs, which are all about such [[SarcasmMode family-friendly]] topics as the de-evolution of human intellect, the shallowness of consumerism and TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Devo presumably either wanted the kids to start thinking of these things at a young age or just found the concept hilarious.
16th Mar '17 6:30:53 PM nombretomado
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* From ''{{Narbonic}}'' comes ''Li'l Mell''.

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* From ''{{Narbonic}}'' ''{{Webcomic/Narbonic}}'' comes ''Li'l Mell''.
15th Mar '17 9:28:19 PM nombretomado
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* Done very well to the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' with ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' (though the Tiny Toons were technically [[JuniorCounterpart early-teen counterparts]] of the original Looney Tunes, with the originals teaching at their school and making cameos), and not so well with ''WesternAnimation/BabyLooneyTunes'' (which was actually just a ripoff of MuppetBabies but with ''less humor'' and more {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}s).

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* Done very well to the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' with ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' (though the Tiny Toons were technically [[JuniorCounterpart early-teen counterparts]] of the original Looney Tunes, with the originals teaching at their school and making cameos), and not so well with ''WesternAnimation/BabyLooneyTunes'' (which was actually just a ripoff of MuppetBabies WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies but with ''less humor'' and more {{Anvilicious}} {{Aesop}}s).
14th Mar '17 6:34:55 PM jormis29
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* ''[[ComicBook/SheHulk The Sensational She-Hulk]]'' spoofs this in issue #50, when Creator/JohnByrne proposes to Jen a comic about the adventures of "Li'l She-Hulk". After reading only two pages of the cutesy first story, she dismisses the proposal, [[spoiler:and tosses Byrne out a window.]]

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* ''[[ComicBook/SheHulk The Sensational She-Hulk]]'' ''ComicBook/SensationalSheHulk'' spoofs this in issue #50, when Creator/JohnByrne proposes to Jen a comic about the adventures of "Li'l She-Hulk".ComicBook/SheHulk". After reading only two pages of the cutesy first story, she dismisses the proposal, [[spoiler:and tosses Byrne out a window.]]
8th Mar '17 4:32:32 AM Andyroid
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* Parodied by the [[WebAnimation web cartoon]] ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'', in the Strong Bad Email [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail140.html high school]], where Strong Bad claims he, Homestar, Strong Mad, and Marzipan were "a team of super sleuths" in high school, then goes on to claim "In middle school, we were a bunch of melon-headed babies with giant eyes and enormous imaginations! ... And going even unnecessarily further back, we were all a bunch of plucky parameciums! ... Before that we were... Romans. In Roman times. And Creator/DonKnotts was always showing up."
** Similarly, episode 7 of ''Teen Girl Squad'' (supposedly Strong Bad's independently-published comic book) was "Teeny Tiny Girl Squad".

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''
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Parodied by the [[WebAnimation web cartoon]] ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'', in the Strong Bad Email [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail140.html high school]], WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail [[Recap/StrongBadEmailE140HighSchool highschool]], where Strong Bad claims he, Homestar, Strong Mad, and Marzipan were [[KidDetective "a team of super sleuths" in high school, school]], then goes on to claim "In middle school, we were a bunch of melon-headed babies with giant eyes and enormous imaginations! ... And imaginations!" Then he gets carried away and adds "And going even unnecessarily further back, we were all a bunch of plucky parameciums! ... Before parameciums living in Free Petri Dish, USA!" and "Before that we were... Romans. In Roman times. And Creator/DonKnotts was always showing up."
** Similarly, episode Episode 7 of ''Teen Girl Squad'' (supposedly Strong Bad's independently-published comic book) "independent comic" ''WebAnimation/TeenGirlSquad'' was "Teeny Tiny Girl Squad".Squad", which featured the girls as preschoolers (though still prone to comical deaths, as seen when new boy character Tompkins "died somehow").
--->'''Little What's Her Face:''' I can count to G!\\
'''Little Cheerleader:''' That's nothing. I can count to purple backwards.
27th Jan '17 2:35:53 PM Luppercus
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimmyTime'' is a spin-off of popular British StopMotion series ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' but with baby farm animals and directed towards a toddler audience.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' in latter seasons they introduce kid versions of other characters: the Smurfling; Nat, Snappy and Slouchy that were magically de-aged of their original adult form, Sassette, a little girl version of Smurfette also created by Gargamel and Scruple, Gargamel's apprentice, several episodes were focus on them.
* The ''Mini Monsters'' in the animated series ''WesternAnimation/TheComicStrip'' are the kid's version of the classic Franchise/UniversalHorror monsters.



* ''WesternAnimation/TimmyTime'' is a spin-off of popular British StopMotion series ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' but with baby farm animals and directed towards a toddler audience.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' in latter seasons they introduce kid versions of other characters: the Smurfling; Nat, Snappy and Slouchy that were magically de-aged of their original adult form, Sassette, a little girl version of Smurfette also created by Gargamel and Scruple, Gargamel's apprentice, several episodes were focus on them.
* The ''Mini Monsters'' in the animated series ''WesternAnimation/TheComicStrip'' are the kid's version of the classic Franchise/UniversalHorror monsters.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TimmyTime'' is a spin-off of popular British StopMotion series ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' but with baby farm animals and directed towards a toddler audience.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' in latter seasons they introduce kid versions of other characters: the Smurfling; Nat, Snappy and Slouchy that were magically de-aged of their original adult form, Sassette, a little girl version of Smurfette also created by Gargamel and Scruple, Gargamel's apprentice, several episodes were focus on them.
* The ''Mini Monsters'' in the animated series ''WesternAnimation/TheComicStrip'' are the kid's version of the classic Franchise/UniversalHorror monsters.
8th Jan '17 2:51:55 PM DaibhidC
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** One ''Li'l Mell'' [[http://girlamatic.com/mell/2009/03/18/page-10-2/ story]] appears to suggest her class [[EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether also contains]] [[SkinHorse Li'l Julie Rome, Li'l Tip, Li'l Virginia Lee and Li'l Nick Zerhakker]] (and [[AuthorAvatar L'l Shaenon and Li'l Jeffrey Channing Wells]] in the back row). Probably not really, though, especially since [[http://girlamatic.com/mell/2009/05/06/page-15-2/ later strips in the same storyline]] show Shaenon and Jeff as teachers. Earlier, there was a cameo by [[http://girlamatic.com/mell/1999/01/01/filler-strip-1-mell-delivers-a-beating/ Li'l Dave]].

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** One ''Li'l Mell'' [[http://girlamatic.com/mell/2009/03/18/page-10-2/ [[http://www.shaenon.com/lilmell/?p=512 story]] appears to suggest her class [[EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether also contains]] [[SkinHorse Li'l Julie Rome, Li'l Tip, Li'l Virginia Lee and Li'l Nick Zerhakker]] (and [[AuthorAvatar L'l Shaenon and Li'l Jeffrey Channing Wells]] in the back row). Probably not really, though, especially since [[http://girlamatic.com/mell/2009/05/06/page-15-2/ [[http://www.shaenon.com/lilmell/?p=528 later strips in the same storyline]] show Shaenon and Jeff as teachers. Earlier, there was a cameo by [[http://girlamatic.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20160424095257/http://girlamatic.com/mell/1999/01/01/filler-strip-1-mell-delivers-a-beating/ Li'l Dave]].
8th Jan '17 2:28:29 PM DaibhidC
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** The substitute teacher in the first arc of ''Li'l Mell'' was quite obviously Artie[[labelnote:*]]At least, he was once Artie's human form appeared in the main strip, which happened much later. Although the name Arthur Narbon was definitely a clue.[[/labelnote]], presumably researching for his study on violent tendencies in early childhood as mentioned [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/narbonic_plus/series.php?view=archive&chapter=52784 in the last arc]] of Narbonic.

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** The substitute teacher in the first arc of ''Li'l Mell'' was quite obviously Artie[[labelnote:*]]At least, he was once Artie's human form appeared in the main strip, which happened much later. Although the name Arthur Narbon was definitely a clue.[[/labelnote]], presumably researching for his study on violent tendencies in early childhood as mentioned [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/narbonic_plus/series.php?view=archive&chapter=52784 [[http://narbonic.com/comic/december-4-9-2006/ in the last arc]] of Narbonic.''Narbonic''.
** There was also a guest week of ''[[http://narbonic.com/comic/andre-richard-guest-week/ Narbonic Babies]]'', in which Dr Narbon was looking after Toddler Dave and Baby Mell at Narbonic Babies Daycare. Coincidentally, Artie ends up travelling back in time to that one as well.
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