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Apr 17th 2018 at 4:27:54 AM •••

Now that the recap page for Tiny Toon Adventures is 100% complete, I would like to start a Credits Gag page for TTA. There are several reasons why I want to do so;

1. Each episode of Tiny Toon Adventures has at least one gag credit inserted in the closing credits, and they usually correspond with the episode's theme. The Direct-to-Video movie, How I Spent My Vacation has tons of them.

2. Some of the gag credits for Tiny Toon Adventures are very funny, including (but not limited to) the ones for episodes such as "Tiny Toon Music Television", "Pledge Week", "Kon Ducki", and "Toon TV".

3. Right now, the only other Western Animation show that has its own Credits Gag page is Gravity Falls.

Feb 19th 2017 at 6:00:45 PM •••

Thank you. I do plan to throughout the rest of this year.

Nov 15th 2016 at 5:51:00 AM •••

One thing I must question is why the article for the Buster Busts Loose video game is simply a redirect link to the Tiny Toon Adventures western animation page, while the Buster's Hidden Treasure video game has its own separate article. Both games are strong enough to have many tropes in them and be their own separate articles, yet Buster's Hidden Treasure has its own article, while Buster Busts Loose technically does not. I'd like to be able to have this fixed so I can add Buster Busts Loose's tropes to its respective article once it gets it.

Edited by FlyingDuckManGenesis
Dec 23rd 2013 at 4:34:32 PM •••

I'm thinking that we should make some pages for Tiny Toon Adventures licensed video games. There are two in particular that I want to work on; Buster's Hidden Treasure for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive and Buster Busts Loose for the Super Nintendo.

Here are what I think the links to the main and YMMV pages for those games should look like:

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