History WesternAnimation / JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures

22nd May '17 2:43:14 PM MarkLungo
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SequelSeries to the wildly popular [[TheSixties 1960s]] Creator/HannaBarbera animated show ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'', airing on Creator/{{TBS}}, Creator/{{TNT}} and Creator/CartoonNetwork. Covering the same basic idea, that of a teenage boy named Jonny Quest, who travels the world with his family, investigating mysterious phenomena they encounter along the way (sometimes said phenomena [[CoincidenceMagnet come find them at home]], of course). [[AdventureSeries Adventure plots ensue]].

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A SequelSeries to the wildly popular [[TheSixties 1960s]] Creator/HannaBarbera animated show ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'', airing which aired simultaneously on Creator/{{TBS}}, Creator/{{TNT}} and Creator/CartoonNetwork. Covering Creator/CartoonNetwork when it was introduced in 1996. It covers the same basic idea, idea as the previous versions, that of a teenage boy named Jonny Quest, who travels the world with his family, investigating mysterious phenomena they encounter along the way (sometimes said phenomena [[CoincidenceMagnet come find them at home]], of course). [[AdventureSeries Adventure plots ensue]].



The first season of the show focused mainly on these new aspects, and the second "season" was produced by a different team (including a completely different voice cast) with the aim of resembling the classic JQ series a little more closely. [[note]]Actually, each "season" was a completely different series. After [[TroubledProduction production problems]] cropped up with the first series, HB commissioned an entirely separate show called "The New Jonny Quest". The show eventually aired as the second season of Real Adventures. They originally weren't even meant to share the same universe.[[/note]]

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The first season of the show focused mainly on these new aspects, and the second "season" was produced by a different team (including a completely different voice cast) with the aim of resembling the classic JQ series a little more closely. [[note]]Actually, each "season" was a completely different series. After [[TroubledProduction production problems]] cropped up with the first series, HB commissioned an entirely separate show called "The ''The New Jonny Quest". Quest''. The show eventually aired as the second season of Real Adventures.''Real Adventures''. They originally weren't even meant to share the same universe.[[/note]]
22nd May '17 11:56:55 AM themisterfree
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SequelSeries to the wildly popular [[TheSixties 1960s]] Creator/HannaBarbera animated show ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest''. Covering the same basic idea, that of a teenage boy named Jonny Quest, who travels the world with his family, investigating mysterious phenomena they encounter along the way (sometimes said phenomena [[CoincidenceMagnet come find them at home]], of course). [[AdventureSeries Adventure plots ensue]].

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SequelSeries to the wildly popular [[TheSixties 1960s]] Creator/HannaBarbera animated show ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest''.''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'', airing on Creator/{{TBS}}, Creator/{{TNT}} and Creator/CartoonNetwork. Covering the same basic idea, that of a teenage boy named Jonny Quest, who travels the world with his family, investigating mysterious phenomena they encounter along the way (sometimes said phenomena [[CoincidenceMagnet come find them at home]], of course). [[AdventureSeries Adventure plots ensue]].
20th Apr '17 6:00:28 PM BatmanKalEl
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* CriticalResearchFailure: "In the Wake of the Mary Celeste" has a man claim to be the reincarnation of the ill-fated ship's Captain Briggs. Doctor Quest, using information the man gave him, finds the wreckage of said ship. However, the Mary Celeste did not sink under Briggs' command, but was instead found adrift nine days after the last log entry. The actual Mary Celeste was deliberately destroyed thirteen years after the famous disappearance as part of an insurance fraud scheme, and its wreckage would have been off the coast of Haiti, not the Sargasso Sea as claimed in the episode.
17th Mar '17 3:23:31 PM ANTMuddle
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** Another way of seeing them is the Freudian way:

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** Another way of seeing them is the Freudian {{Freudian|Trio}} way:


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* ThreeAmigos: Jonny, Hadji, and Jessie.
11th Mar '17 4:22:05 PM Kooshmeister
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Creator/CartoonNetwork spearheaded this re-imagining with the purpose of attracting a wider audience by aging the younger characters by a couple of years, making it DarkerAndEdgier, adding a strong female main character in Jessie Bannon (Race's daughter who was introduced in the MadForTVMovie ''WesternAnimation/JonnysGoldenQuest'', not to be confused with that ''other'' Jessie girl from the 1980s ''[[WesternAnimation/TheNew AdventuresOfJonnyQuest]]'' series of dubious canonicity), and adding a tech element in [[{{Cyberspace}} Quest World]], Dr. Quest's fully immersive virtual reality system, which was animated through 3D graphics that wowed the kiddies back in 1996.

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Creator/CartoonNetwork spearheaded this re-imagining with the purpose of attracting a wider audience by aging the younger characters by a couple of years, making it DarkerAndEdgier, adding a strong female main character in Jessie Bannon (Race's daughter who was introduced in the MadForTVMovie MadeForTVMovie ''WesternAnimation/JonnysGoldenQuest'', not to be confused with that ''other'' Jessie girl from the 1980s ''[[WesternAnimation/TheNew AdventuresOfJonnyQuest]]'' ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'' series of dubious canonicity), and adding a tech element in [[{{Cyberspace}} Quest World]], Dr. Quest's fully immersive virtual reality system, which was animated through 3D graphics that wowed the kiddies back in 1996.
11th Mar '17 4:21:36 PM Kooshmeister
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Creator/CartoonNetwork spearheaded this re-imagining with the purpose of attracting a wider audience by aging the younger characters by a couple of years, making it DarkerAndEdgier, adding a strong female main character in Jessie Bannon (Race's daughter who was introduced in the 1990s {{Made for TV Movie}}s, not to be confused with that ''other'' Jessie girl from the 1980s ''New Adventures'' series of dubious canonicity), and adding a tech element in [[{{Cyberspace}} Quest World]], Dr. Quest's fully immersive virtual reality system, which was animated through 3D graphics that wowed the kiddies back in 1996.

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Creator/CartoonNetwork spearheaded this re-imagining with the purpose of attracting a wider audience by aging the younger characters by a couple of years, making it DarkerAndEdgier, adding a strong female main character in Jessie Bannon (Race's daughter who was introduced in the 1990s {{Made for TV Movie}}s, MadForTVMovie ''WesternAnimation/JonnysGoldenQuest'', not to be confused with that ''other'' Jessie girl from the 1980s ''New Adventures'' ''[[WesternAnimation/TheNew AdventuresOfJonnyQuest]]'' series of dubious canonicity), and adding a tech element in [[{{Cyberspace}} Quest World]], Dr. Quest's fully immersive virtual reality system, which was animated through 3D graphics that wowed the kiddies back in 1996.
25th Feb '17 9:09:12 PM fusilcontrafusil
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During its run, it was titled ''The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest'', but that was switched around for unknown reasons with the DVD release.
25th Feb '17 6:44:41 AM NNinja
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* BrokenAesop: The ending of "Ndovu's Last Journey," wherein the Quests decide ''not'' to reveal the location of the elephant graveyard. Because clearly the most pressing problem is humanity's greed for ivory, not that living elephants are being hunted and slaughtered for it. This effectively makes them [[NiceJobBreakingItHero indirectly responsible]] for every elephant killed by poachers afterward.


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* CluelessAesop: The ending of "Ndovu's Last Journey," wherein the Quests decide ''not'' to reveal the location of the elephant graveyard. Because clearly the most pressing problem is humanity's greed for ivory, not that living elephants are being hunted and slaughtered for it. This effectively makes them [[NiceJobBreakingItHero indirectly responsible]] for every elephant killed by poachers afterward.
16th Dec '16 7:49:00 PM Homemaderat
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* BurnTheWitch: In "Ice Will Burn", the people from the underground caverns threaten to throw Jessie and Katrina to the smoldering lava as {{Human Sacrifice}}s, thinking they are witches.

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* BurnTheWitch: In "Ice Will Burn", the people from the underground caverns threaten to throw Jessie and Katrina Kazrina to the smoldering lava as {{Human Sacrifice}}s, thinking they are witches.


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** Also the sea monsters in "Undersea Urgency" look quite a bit like the Beast from Bottomlesss Lake costume from ''WesternAnimation/TheScoobyDooShow''
7th Nov '16 8:44:54 AM dlchen145
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%%* {{Badass}}: Race Bannon.
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