BUT......the assholes.....

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Posted by fireburns at msp.woodruffcenter.org on January 15, 2004 at 21:44:48:

In Reply to: I would love to suck Warner Bros. Cock!! posted by shitty speller...DEAL WITH IT! on January 15, 2004 at 20:44:52:

have yet to do a decent batman the animated series run or superman the animated series run. all they do is release a few unrelated episodes together on a disc or two. come on folks, just pony up and do the full seasons starting from the top. cheap lazy fucks.

and that looney tune dvd, sure there are a few great cartoons...but the are missing tons and tons of better possible choices. the foghorn leghorn episode sucked. the bugs bunny in alcatraz sucked...where the fuck was what' opera doc? or how about little red riding rabbit? two hairy monsters episodes? sheesh. they did put the wearin o the green shoes on there which is by far one of their best. so i guess they didnt totally fuck it up.

rant over


: if thats possible.

: First they release Looney Tunes on dvd.

: Now get this: Full season sets of THE FLINTSTONES AND SCOOBY DOO!

: 3 Cheers for the WB!

: Warner Home Video have also sent over details on season's one and two of the hit cartoon show Scooby Doo which will be arriving in shops from March this year. The four disc package will feature twenty five episodes, all of which will be presented in 4:3 along with English Mono tracks. Extra material will include two featurettes, music videos and an interactive game. This one will be available to own from the 16th March for around $64.92. Again, we've attached the official region one artwork for you below:

: Warner Home Video have sent over details on The Flintstones: Season One which naturally includes each and every episode of the hit first season - a total of twenty eight episodes altogether. Each of these will be presented in 4:3 along with English, Spanish and French Mono tracks. Extra features will include two featurettes, early TV promo spots and the original pilot episode entitled The Flagstones. This four disc package will be available to own from the 16th March this year, and should retail at around $64.92. We've attached a menu shot below, along with our first look at the official artwork:

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