History WesternAnimation / LoonaticsUnleashed

4th Feb '17 8:32:32 AM MarkLungo
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-->'''Ace'': No, you won't!
-->'''Gunnar''': Yes, we will!



-->'''Ace''': No, you won't!
-->'''Gunnar''': Yes, we will!



* EliteFour: Optimatus freed four select villains in the Loonatics' RoguesGallery from prison capsules, to occupy / overrun the Loonatics while Optimatus engineers a ''coup d'etat'' on planet Blanc. The four Optimatus selects are Massive (TheBigGuy), Mallory Mastermind (TheSmartGuy), Weathervane (Berserker), and Sypher (Subversive).
* EndlessWinter: The Ice Vikings that invade Acmetropolis, home to the Loonatics Unleashed, are armed with "hammers of frost" and know to attack the power station to best plunge that world into a new Ice Age.

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* EliteFour: Optimatus freed frees four select villains in the Loonatics' RoguesGallery from prison capsules, to occupy / overrun occupy/overrun the Loonatics while Optimatus engineers a ''coup d'etat'' on planet Blanc. The four Optimatus selects are Massive (TheBigGuy), Mallory Mastermind (TheSmartGuy), Weathervane (Berserker), and Sypher (Subversive).
* EndlessWinter: The Ice Vikings that who invade Acmetropolis, home to the Loonatics Unleashed, Acmetropolis are armed with "hammers of frost" and know to attack the power station to best plunge that world into a new Ice Age.
4th Feb '17 8:29:45 AM MarkLungo
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It should probably be pointed out that in the first season, the characters who were adapted from the original ''Looney Tunes'' were limited to the Loonatics themselves and an {{Expy}} of WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn, with all other villains and supporting cast being invented for this series. Perhaps thinking the lack of Looney legacy links was part of the show's lack of success, versions of nearly all the other prominent characters from the classic line-up appeared in the second season along with other nods to the franchise's history. The ''other'' significant part of Season 2's ReTool is that the characters were given more freedom to be ''funny,'' bringing the show nearer to being an Action Comedy instead of just Action. The show was canceled at the end of its second season.

Compare ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks'', two earlier [[AnimalSuperheroes Animal Superhero]] shows with [[TheyFightCrime equally ridiculous premises]].

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It should probably be pointed out that in the first season, the characters who were adapted from the original ''Looney Tunes'' were limited to the Loonatics themselves and an {{Expy}} of WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn, with all other villains and supporting cast being invented for this series. Perhaps thinking the lack of Looney legacy links was part of one reason the show's lack of success, show wasn't getting better ratings, the creators put versions of nearly all the other prominent characters from the classic line-up appeared in the second season season, along with other nods to the franchise's history. The ''other'' significant part of Season 2's ReTool is that the characters were given more freedom to be ''funny,'' bringing the show nearer to being an Action Comedy action comedy instead of just Action. The action. Despite these changes, the show was canceled at the end of its second season.

Compare ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'' and ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'', ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks'', two and ''WesternAnimation/CaptainSimianAndTheSpaceMonkeys'', three earlier [[AnimalSuperheroes Animal Superhero]] shows with [[TheyFightCrime equally ridiculous premises]].
4th Feb '17 8:25:48 AM MarkLungo
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It should probably be pointed out that in the first season, the characters who were adapted from the original ''Looney Tunes'' were limited to the Loonatics themselves and an {{Expy}} of WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn, with all other villains and supporting cast being invented for this version. Perhaps thinking the lack of links was part of the show's lack of success, versions of nearly all the other prominent characters from the classic line-up appeared in the second season along with other nods to the franchise's history. The ''other'' significant part of Season 2's ReTool is that the characters were given more freedom to be ''funny,'' bringing the show nearer to being an Action Comedy instead of just Action. The show was canceled at the end of its second season.

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It should probably be pointed out that in the first season, the characters who were adapted from the original ''Looney Tunes'' were limited to the Loonatics themselves and an {{Expy}} of WesternAnimation/FoghornLeghorn, with all other villains and supporting cast being invented for this version. series. Perhaps thinking the lack of Looney legacy links was part of the show's lack of success, versions of nearly all the other prominent characters from the classic line-up appeared in the second season along with other nods to the franchise's history. The ''other'' significant part of Season 2's ReTool is that the characters were given more freedom to be ''funny,'' bringing the show nearer to being an Action Comedy instead of just Action. The show was canceled at the end of its second season.
4th Feb '17 8:23:55 AM MarkLungo
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In the year 2772, a [[MagicMeteor meteor]] strikes the CityPlanet of Acmetropolis, causing all six future Loonatics (and a number of their future adversaries) to gain super powers. The Loonatics are gathered together by their mysterious benefactor, a woman named Zadavia who has powers of her own, to protect Acmetropolis from [[RoguesGallery a variety of villains]].

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The premise: In the year 2772, a [[MagicMeteor meteor]] strikes the CityPlanet of Acmetropolis, causing all six future Loonatics (and a number of their future adversaries) to gain super powers. The Loonatics are gathered together by their mysterious benefactor, a woman named Zadavia who has powers of her own, to protect Acmetropolis from [[RoguesGallery a variety of villains]].
4th Feb '17 8:06:15 AM CaptainTedium
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** The two-part season one finale "Acmegeddon" establishes the backstory of Zadavia and why she came to Earth.

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** The two-part season one finale "Acmegeddon" establishes the backstory backstories of both Zadavia and why she came to Earth.her brother Optimatus.
4th Feb '17 8:01:07 AM CaptainTedium
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* OriginsEpisode: The closest the show comes is "The Comet Cometh", with its flashbacks to what the Loonatics' lives were like before they got their powers. We never learn why they decided to become heroes and form a team, though.

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* OriginsEpisode: The closest We don't really get any information on how the show comes is team was formed, but we do get two origin episodes nonetheless.
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"The Comet Cometh", with its flashbacks to Cometh" shows in flashback what the Loonatics' lives were like before they got had their powers. We never learn why powers and the circumstances where they decided to become heroes gained their powers from the meteor.
** The two-part season one finale "Acmegeddon" establishes the backstory of Zadavia
and form a team, though.why she came to Earth.
3rd Feb '17 2:16:51 AM CaptainTedium
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Added DiffLines:

* DuckSeasonRabbitSeason: Ace does this twice in the series.
** He first does it in "Loonatics on Ice".
-->'''Gunnar''': We will conquer your world by any means necessary!
-->'''Ace'': No, you won't!
-->'''Gunnar''': Yes, we will!
-->'''Ace''': No, you won't!
-->'''Gunnar''': Yes, we will!
-->'''Ace''': Yes, you will!
-->'''Gunnar''': No, we ''will not'' conquer your world!
-->'''Ace''': Have it your way.
** He does it again in "It Came from Outer Space" to trick Melvin the Martian into blowing himself up with his own explosive.
2nd Feb '17 6:18:47 AM CaptainTedium
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* ActionGirl: Lexi Bunny is just as formidable as the male members of the team..

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* ActionGirl: Lexi Bunny is just as formidable as the male members of the team..team.
* AesopAmnesia: Danger Duck learns the downside of being a glory hound in "Cape Duck", only to go back to hogging all the credit for the team's heroics at the end of the episode.
1st Feb '17 6:09:46 AM CaptainTedium
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* ActionGirl: Lexi Bunny.

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* ActionGirl: Lexi Bunny.Bunny is just as formidable as the male members of the team..



* CuteBruiser: Lexi.

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* CuteBruiser: Lexi.Lexi is attractive and very aggressive.


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* PleaseKeepYourHatOn: In "The Heir up There", Sylth Vester takes off his helmet to show Duck the disfigurement he got from getting his head stuck in a black hole. We don't see Sylth Vester's face, but we can assume from Duck's reaction that what he saw wasn't pretty.
1st Feb '17 5:49:50 AM CaptainTedium
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* AssholeVictim: The Royal Tweetums. Much like [[{{Expy}} ancestor]] Tweety in his very first 1940s incarnations, Tweetums is a self-centered {{jerkass}} who runs around getting into danger, is very obnoxious, and causes all sorts of pain and suffering for his caretakers when he's not treating them like crap. When foe Sylth Vester comes along, his reasons for trying to take out the little bastard include having had his head shoved into a singularity; he and Duck actually ''bond'' some over the abuse Tweetums has put both of them through. And the show wants you to believe installing him on the throne will ''prevent'' centuries of galactic warfare.
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