Did you know that the new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 isn’t the show’s first attempt at a revival? Did you know the first reboot was animated? Did you know it was absolutely terrible?
You do now!
Way before Kickstarter, the Netflix show, or even Cinematic Titanic, (but slightly after Rifftrax) the former owner of the MST license tried to bring the bots back as an internet cartoon. And as we learned from The Critic, Looney Tunes, and that all DC superhero ladies show that never works! But this may be the worst example of the trend. Find out why in the new Cartoons 101!
Come back next month for AniMAY! All through the month of May, every Cartoons 101 will be anime and manga related. Got ideas for topics? Let me know in the comments!
You can find Cartoons 101 right here on Laser Time every Friday or on the Youtube channel. And be sure to check out the Patreon! Every little bit helps, even a buck. Give it a look and if you can find it in your heart to donate I can’t tell you how much I would appreciate that. If the donation reward tiers don’t tickle your fancy, let me know what would and I might even consider adding it. The same goes for Cartoons 101 topics, if there’s anything animation or cartoon related you’d like to see covered on the show leave a comment here or on the channel. And don’t forget to subscribe! You can also follow me on twitter @MrMattJay.
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2 thoughts on “Cartoons 101 – MST3K’s FIRST Revival Was Animated?”
The new MST3K brings joy.
I’ll definitely watch a cartoon 101 based on azumanga daioh