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I'm looking for anyone who can extract cartoons from Laserdiscs.
I'm trying to find non-watermarked versions of the following cartoons found in certain Laserdiscs:
Beanstalk Bunny (Bugs Bunny: Hare Beyond Compare)
Lumber Jack-Rabbit (Wince Upon A Time)
Person to Bunny (Stars of Space Jam Laserdisc, Daffy Duck Side)
Stork Naked (Daffy Duck's Duck Victory)
Trip for Tat (Longitude and Looney-tude)
Run, Run, Sweet Road Runner (Bugs and Friends, Bugs and Road Runner)
If anybody has them, can they share some of the cartoons with me?
By toon tuner
Does anyone have the movie cut of Justice League: The Savage Time. It aired on cartoon network 11/09/2002. I have the full series on blu ray. I just can't find that version.
Hey Kametsu community!
Okay, let's start by explaining this obscure request. I would like to know what you guys think of a project were we the community upload any and all dvd iso's of cartoons we have in possession. This will be used to make an archive mega thread that contains original source material for any body to use for there own projects or even just for those in the habit of hoarding (preserving) these original copies. I know it sounds like a waist of time and bandwidth, but I just thought some people would like to have access to such an archive. I would like to hear your response about this and any opinions you guys might have.
Thanks for your time
Note: This is just a thought at the moment.
Teen Titans Go! is a comic book series based on the 2003 animated TV series Teen Titans. It often extends from the show, expanding on plot lines the show introduced and adding new characters. The animated series itself is loosely based on the characters that starred in the popular 1980s comic The New Teen Titans. The series is completely different from the original comics which were written in the 1960s.
The series was written by Joseph Torres, and Todd Nauck and Larry Stucker were the regular illustrators. The series was published by DC Comics.
Teen Titans Go! Comics (Megalink)