History WesternAnimation / LoonaticsUnleashed

15th Nov '17 9:40:28 PM WiseMan23753
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* GroundhogDayLoop: During one episode, Ace feels like he's suffering a recursive dream of a time-manipulating VillainOfTheWeek stealing a prototype robot that [[TheBadGuyWins destroys the city and seemingly kills everyone]]. [[spoiler:That's because the father of said villain reset the timeline whenever they failed.]] Once Ace realized this, he changed the way things went and solved the problem in no time.
4th Oct '17 8:50:42 AM starofjusticev21
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* TheRival: Danger Duck shows signs of this from time to time. However, given that he's based on Daffy Duck, this is somewhat to be expected.
19th Aug '17 7:14:35 AM Shadowgazer
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%%* RedOniBlueOni: Two sets in the team.

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%%* * RedOniBlueOni: Two sets in the team.



* TheRival: Danger Duck shows signs of this from time to time. However, given that he's based on Daffy Duck, this is somewhat to be expected.



* TheStarscream: Danger Duck shows signs of this from time to time. However, given that he's based on Daffy Duck, this is somewhat to be expected.
17th Aug '17 5:50:09 AM starofjusticev21
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* HeelFaceTurn: Optimatus near the season 2 finale.

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* HeelFaceTurn: Optimatus near the season 2 finale.finale, kind of out of nowhere.
12th Jul '17 1:57:37 AM JoseRamiro
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* EmpoweredBadassNormal: Ace was a martial artist and stunt double, and Slam was a professional wrestler, before gaining their powers. Even after that, Ace usually FightsLikeANormal and only uses his powers and the Guardian Strike Sword's full capacities when necessary.
4th Jun '17 12:16:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TimeForPlanB: They always have one. Lexi even becomes GenreSavvy in one case, where, after Ace spouts off the famous trope, she follows up with "Next time, let's ''start'' with Plan B".

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* TimeForPlanB: They always have one. Lexi even becomes GenreSavvy savvy in one case, where, after Ace spouts off the famous trope, she follows up with "Next time, let's ''start'' with Plan B".
2nd Jun '17 6:44:24 AM starofjusticev21
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** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly is a good thing. Plus the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason, yet the show turns right around and expects it to be taken on faith that if she says it's not the time to talk about this, then it's not the time to talk about it.
** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. Ultimately the alien's driven off and Tech starts setting booby traps in his lab to discourage any further meddling. But nobody's ever really called out on how by ignoring Tech's request of "don't play in my lab, the things in there are powerful crime-fighting devices," they almost got the planet they're supposed to be protecting destroyed, and it's treated like a heroic victory when it's their fault Melvin invaded in the first place.

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** In the episode "Secrets of the Guardian Strike Sword" we have 1) a man named Deuce from Zadavia's past appearing in the city. She angrily tells him to leave but refuses to explain anything about why. This leads to him stealing Ace's powerful sword to use it to revive his robot army so he can take over the galaxy. After this Zadavia explains that Deuce used to be one of her generals but he had an insane lust for power and deserted when she wouldn't give absolute control over to him. If she'd just said so in the first place the danger might've been avoided, but it's pretty much brushed off with nobody questioning her wisdom or leadership. 2) In the process of trying to get the sword back Ace is attacked from behind by Deuce, and calls him out for this dirty trickery. During their duel, Ace takes advantage of Deuce's distraction at one point to attack ''him'' from behind, but the hypocrisy is totally ignored. 3) After getting the Guardian Strike Sword back Ace asks when Zadavia will tell him what all its powers are, and she says she'll do it when the time is right because too much knowledge is dangerous. Danger Duck complains that too little knowledge is also dangerous and an energy blast comes from the sword and zaps him, seeming to punish him for contradicting Zadavia. Even though he was basically saying that knowing ''knowing how to use a dangerous weapon properly properly'' is a good thing.idea. Plus the episode wouldn't have happened at all if not for Zadavia withholding important information from them for no good reason, yet the show turns right around and expects it to be taken on faith that if she says it's not the time to talk about this, then it's not the time to talk about it.
** In the episode "It Came From Outer Space" Rev and Lexi play with one of Tech's inventions that shoots missiles at an alien who then threatens to invade the planet for this unprovoked attack. Ultimately the alien's driven off and Tech starts setting booby traps in his lab to discourage any further meddling. But nobody's ever really called out on how by ignoring Tech's request of "don't play in with my lab, the things in there are powerful crime-fighting devices," inventions," they almost got the planet they're supposed to be protecting destroyed, and it's treated like a heroic victory when it's their fault Melvin invaded in the first place.place because of a dumb thing the Loonatics did themselves.
6th May '17 4:15:59 PM ansang
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''Loonatics Unleashed'' (2005-2007) is a controversial AnimatedSeries about FunnyAnimal characters, based on the classic Franchise/LooneyTunes gang, who become mutant superheroes (read: The WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague though in format more like a SuperSentai team) in a [[DarkerAndEdgier dark]] {{Cyberpunk}} universe.

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''Loonatics Unleashed'' (2005-2007) is a controversial polarizing AnimatedSeries about FunnyAnimal characters, based on the classic Franchise/LooneyTunes gang, who become mutant superheroes (read: The WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague though in format more like a SuperSentai team) in a [[DarkerAndEdgier dark]] {{Cyberpunk}} universe.
26th Mar '17 4:19:57 PM fruitstripegum
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26th Feb '17 2:52:39 PM MarkLungo
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''Loonatics Unleashed'' (2005-2007) is a controversial series about FunnyAnimal characters, based on the classic WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes gang, who become mutant superheroes (read: The WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague though in format more like a SuperSentai team) in a [[DarkerAndEdgier dark]] {{Cyberpunk}} universe.

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''Loonatics Unleashed'' (2005-2007) is a controversial series AnimatedSeries about FunnyAnimal characters, based on the classic WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Franchise/LooneyTunes gang, who become mutant superheroes (read: The WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague though in format more like a SuperSentai team) in a [[DarkerAndEdgier dark]] {{Cyberpunk}} universe.
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