History WMG / RainbowBrite

14th Nov '15 4:36:57 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Rainbow Brite's adventures are either the hallucinations of a dying girl on an operating table; or the reborn spirit of a young girl who was recruited by a [[Main/PowersThatBe god-like being]] to become a demi-goddess after her physical death.]]

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[[WMG:Rainbow Brite's adventures are either the hallucinations of a dying girl on an operating table; or the reborn spirit of a young girl who was recruited by a [[Main/PowersThatBe [[PowersThatBe god-like being]] to become a demi-goddess after her physical death.]]



* I must admit I did not come up with this one originally, and that all credit must go to Seth Green and the writers of ''Main/RobotChicken''. They are ever tireless in their pursuit of [[{{Main/Deconstruction}} deconstructing our childhoods]]. A worthy goal.

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* I must admit I did not come up with this one originally, and that all credit must go to Seth Green and the writers of ''Main/RobotChicken''. ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken''. They are ever tireless in their pursuit of [[{{Main/Deconstruction}} [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructing our childhoods]]. A worthy goal.
2nd Nov '15 11:27:33 AM CaptEquinox
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** They didn't like the WesternAnimation/{{Smurfs}}, either. Gargamel casting spells by dancing inside a circle -- why, that's ''actual Witchcraft''!
** The rainbow symbol was attacked by MoralGuardians all the way through The80s for its connection to the UsefulNotes/NewAge. Constance Cumbey's ''[[https://archive.org/details/HiddenDangersOfTheRainbow The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow]]'' and Johanna Michaelsen's ''The Beautiful Side of Evil'' were best-sellers.
18th Oct '14 9:45:34 PM firejewel
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The E.T. bit reminds this editor of Richard Abanes calling Literature/HarryPotter's ''Dobby'' a demonic figure. Are we not supposed to look past the appearance to see the heart?? And for that matter, the fact that a character is patterned after Jesus Christ somehow means that it's evil occult propaganda? What about [[{{Main/Narnia}} Aslan]]?

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\n* The E.T. bit reminds this editor of Richard Abanes calling Literature/HarryPotter's ''Dobby'' a demonic figure. Are we not supposed to look past the appearance to see the heart?? And for that matter, the fact that a character is patterned after Jesus Christ somehow means that it's evil occult propaganda? What about [[{{Main/Narnia}} Aslan]]?



They tried to revise the dolls but they bombed. They'll try again eventually and make a new cartoon

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They tried to revise the dolls but they bombed. They'll try again eventually and make a new cartooncartoon.
* There actually ''is'' some kind of cartoon due sometime in late 2014.
20th Mar '14 4:18:08 PM Pichu-kun
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[[WMG: The series will be rebooted eventually]]
They tried to revise the dolls but they bombed. They'll try again eventually and make a new cartoon
17th Jul '13 11:00:21 PM nombretomado
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The E.T. bit reminds this editor of Richard Abanes calling HarryPotter's ''Dobby'' a demonic figure. Are we not supposed to look past the appearance to see the heart?? And for that matter, the fact that a character is patterned after Jesus Christ somehow means that it's evil occult propaganda? What about [[{{Main/Narnia}} Aslan]]?

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The E.T. bit reminds this editor of Richard Abanes calling HarryPotter's Literature/HarryPotter's ''Dobby'' a demonic figure. Are we not supposed to look past the appearance to see the heart?? And for that matter, the fact that a character is patterned after Jesus Christ somehow means that it's evil occult propaganda? What about [[{{Main/Narnia}} Aslan]]?
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