Petition to Cartoon Network
Wings of Fire: The Animated Series
When the war has lasted twenty years... the dragonets will come. When the land is soaked in blood and tears... the dragonets will come. Find the SeaWing egg of deepest blue Wings of night shall come to you. The largest egg in mountain high will give to you the wings of sky. For wings of earth, search through the mud for an egg the color of dragon blood. And hidden alone from rival queens, the SandWing egg awaits unseen. Of three queens who blister and blaze and burn, two shall die and one shall learn if she bows to a fate that is stronger and higher, she'll have the power of wings of fire. Five eggs to hatch on brightest night, five dragons born to end the fight. Darkness will rise to bring the light. The dragonets are coming.... Wings of Fire, a book series written by Tui T. Sutherland, has become a popular series over the past few years. The series itself follows five dragonets to save the continent of Pyrrhia, which has been at war for the past twenty years to determine the new queen of the SandWings. Born on the brightest night, they are raised by the Talons of Peace to decide who would be a better ruler. But not everything is as easy as it seems. Follow Clay, Tsunami, Glory, Starflight, and Sunny as they all go through major obstacles in order to bring peace to a warring land. Fighting queens, finding love, and saving tribes one day at a time. Not only would this help bring back glorious animation with a decent plot, I seriously believe ratings would go off the roof for the series based on having such amusing characters. Following the books should be easy enough. Maybe about 15 to 25 episodes per season, about 3 episodes per book. Big events could also be done, such as a special OVA featuring the big bad Darkstalker. With enough love and support, I believe our voices could be heard and we could have the show we deserve!
Petition to SEGA
Reboot Sonic Underground!
Sonic Underground was a uniquely incredible TV series running from January 6, 1999 to October 22, 1999- only about 9 months total. In that time, forty episodes were released, each contributing to the fascinating world of Sonic and his siblings. Although the show was cancelled before it ran its course, fans still haven't forgotten Sonia, Manic, or Queen Aleena. Fanart is still being drawn, fanfiction is still being written, and many fans are still waiting for closure after all this time. However, it wouldn't make much sense to add an ending to a series nearly two decades after its cancellation- for a number of reasons, it simply isn't plausible. But there is one other option: reboot the series altogether, maintaining the original story and allowing it to have the beginning, middle and end it deserved, all while amending the inconsistencies and rather poor character designs from the original show. Only you can help us save these characters from disappearing into fandom history. you can help this movement grow by sharing this with other fans and friends on social media and fan sites. Or you can donate 3-10 dollars to promote this petition on this website. Help make it clear to SEGA that we want this show back!
Petition to Cartoon Network
Greenlight Galactic: Kids Next Door Series
Codename: Kids Next Door was a cartoon series that many people, young and old have thoroughly enjoyed. The series has long been over with, but recently its' creator Mr. Warburton has worked on a rough little viral marketing stunt for a pitch of a new series. Galactic: Kids Next Door Many fans have gone crazy waiting for any news on whether the series was real or not. When we finally found out, we were told that there were no current plans for a series. But, as we have learned, Mr. Warburton is chock full of ideas for this new series. He has even gone as far as to get the old voice actors to reprise their roles for the pitch he has created. This petition is to show that are many dedicated KND fans out there who want this new series to be greenlit as soon as possible. KNDs' home was Cartoon Network, it is only fitting that the new series be there as well. So please sign this petition of you have any hope of G:KND beccoming a real series on Cartoon Network. [ I created this petition since the original one got closed ]
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney, Sony, Marvel, Janice Marinelli, Robert Lawson
Put Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends + other family cartoon series on DVD/Blu-ray in USA
Hello. I'm appealing to those at Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Disney, Sony, and Marvel and their affiliated companies. I'm looking to get the 1980's cartoon "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends" released on DVD (and Blu-ray disc) in America. For some reason this great, fun, and nostalgic cartoon, that is appropriate for the entire family, and is loved by all who grew up at the time, has never been released on DVD or Blu-ray in the U.S. The cartoon ran new episodes for 3 seasons (Starting in 1981) on NBC, and is the one that follows the adventures of: Peter Parker and "Spider-Man" (voiced by Dan Gilvezan), Angelica Jones/Firestar (voiced by actress Kathy Garver), and Bobby Drake/Iceman (voiced by Frank Welker; who voiced Fred from "Scooby Doo" as well as many other characters) as they fight crime in New York City and attend college at Empire State University. This series also included the character of Peter's Aunt May (voiced by June Foray). I think that it should be put on physical media so we don't lose this great cartoon. You may be saying, "Well, it's streaming online". This is true and that's great, but servers can break down and masters can degrade. At least with DVD/Blu-ray, if the player breaks, the content can still be played in another player. If not releasing it on DVD and Blu-ray is for fear of not enough return on your investment, then pair it up with another cartoon (like those listed below) and package all the discs together. I think that it's also important because these programs have positive role models -- both male and female. We can use some more positive things in our animation these days. Also, a lot of cartoons over the years have gone towards being "gross", and I think Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends and the other programs listed are a great alternative. In addition to Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, I, and those undersigned, also request that you release other family friendly Marvel Cartoons on DVD and Blu-ray including: The "Incredible Hulk" 1982 cartoon series The 1979 "Spider-Woman" cartoon series (with Joan Van Ark voicing the lead role) 1978's The New "Fantastic Four" cartoon (the one with Herbie the Robot) and The 1981 solo Spider-Man cartoon series These particular shows are not overly violent, with no foul language, and they have some drama without being too overly dramatic like a lot of current cartoons / animated shows, which makes them great releases for parents looking for something appropriate for the entire family. All of these have been released in Europe and I think it is time that they be released in America.
Petition to Nickelodeon
Air a Spongebob Marathon in memory of Stephen Hillenburg
The creator of the hit cartoon Spongebob Squarepants, Stephen Hillenburg has passes away as of November 27, 2018 and in memory of him Nickelodeon should air a Spongebob marathon starting from the first episode including the movies to show all the work he put in to entertain our generation .
Petition to Jeff Small, Sam Register, Randy Freer, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Kevin Tsujihara, Warner Brothers, Amblin Partners
Warner Bros.: Get Tom Ruegger involved in the making of new Animaniacs productions
It has been announced that American SVOD (subscription video on demand) service Hulu has ordered two seasons of a series that shall serve as a continuation and/or reboot and/or revival of and/or a sequel to the second cartoon show that was produced by both Warner Bros. Animation and Amblin Entertainment during the "animation renaissance" that took place during the last two decades of the 20th Century, that show being the much-beloved "Animaniacs," and it has also been announced that original Animaniacs executive producer Steven Spielberg will also serve as an executive producer of this new "Animaniacs" series, and so will president of Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Digital Series Sam Register and the co-presidents of Amblin Television, Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey. Other people involved in the production of this new “Animaniacs” series might include Hulu’s CEO, Mr. Randy Freer, and its SVP of content, Mr. Craig Erwich. The first episode of this new "Animaniacs" has been said to be due to come on the air sometime in the year 2020, and so said show sure is still in its development stages. However, a very sad fact has come to light: Many of the other people (besides Mr. Spielberg) who put together the original Animaniacs series, including and very far from limited to original creator and showrunner Tom Ruegger, will be absent from the creative team that will be putting together at the very least the first two seasons of the new “Animaniacs” show. It would be a shame, as far as so many people are concerned, if this new "Animaniacs" series were to succeed in only appealing to little kids, preteens, and teenagers who were, at the very earliest, born in the year 2000, and therefore were to fail appeal to original fans of the original Animaniacs series who were born at the very latest in the 1990s, wouldn't it? I, personally, would prefer said new Animaniacs series to appeal to kids and grown-ups of all ages everywhere - at least all those who are still alive - regardless of where they come from and regardless of when they were born. During its original run from 1993 to 1998 (1993 to 1999 if you count the direct-to-video movie, "Wakko's Wish"), the original Animaniacs series and its characters came to be loved by so many people of different ages, and those people most certainly did include both kids and adults! I, for one, sure do believe that the right way to at least start to create a revival, in animation, of the Animaniacs characters and franchise ought to involve Mr. Spielberg both serving as at least one executive producer once again and hiring at least some surely still-living former members of the production crews who worked on the original Animaniacs show and its direct-to-video movie, "Wakko's Wish," to be at least part of the production crew of said revival. Those original Animaniacs production crew members who most certainly are still alive, aside from Mr. Spielberg, presumably do include and are not necessarily limited to original Animaniacs series creator and showrunner, Mr. Tom Ruegger; his sons, Nathan (Nate, for short), Luke and Cody Ruegger, who each lent their voices to characters in the original series; original series director, producer, storyboard artist and animator Rich Arons; original series writer and story editor Randy Rogel; original series writer, story editor and voice actor Paul Rugg; original series writer, voice actress, producer and supervising story editor Sherri Stoner; original series writer and voice actor John P. McCann; and (of course) voice actors Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, Frank Welker, Jeff Bennett, Maurice LaMarche, Jack Burns, Gail Matthius, Chuck McCann, Billy West, Jim Cummings, Corey Burton, John Mariano, Chick Vennera, David Kaufman, Bernadette Peters, Nancy Cartwright, Julie Brown, Arte Johnson, Peter Scolari, Tom Bodett, Laura Mooney, and Valri Bromfield. Other original Animaniacs production crew members who, I think, are still alive include director, storyboard artist, animation slugger and model designer Alfred Gimeno; writer Gordon Bressack; director and storyboard artist Charles Visser; writer and story editor Charles M. Howell IV; writer Nicholas Hollander; director, animator and model and prop designer Chris Brandt (a.k.a. Spike Brandt); and storyboard artist Tony Cervone. Of course, if other (including though not necessarily limited to newer and fresher) writers, producers, directors, artists, editors, voice actors and other different kinds of necessary production crew members who have not yet had any experience working with characters that Mr. Ruegger has at least helped bring to life (like the Animaniacs characters) in the past must inevitably be hired to work on the new Animaniacs show, then that surely would be OK, as long as they bear those who brought the original Animaniacs franchise and its characters to life no ill will, wish to pay them (those who brought the original Animaniacs franchise and its characters to life) no disrespect, and do not mind if they (the aforementioned hypothetical new Animaniacs production crew members) were joined on their new Animaniacs production team by at least some of said people who put together the original Animaniacs show and franchise. Voice director Kelly Ward most certainly could fit that category quite well, and he at least has experience working with Mr. Ruegger in the past, albeit at Disney rather than at Warner Bros., so far. I personally sure do believe that the team of writers, producers, directors, artists, editors, voice actors and other necessary production crew members that will put together the upcoming new Animaniacs cartoon series should consist of both people who have a history in those fields involving the characters and stories from the original Animaniacs series and franchise as well as people who may be new to the entertainment industry, especially if at least a certain amount of people who fit the latter category, no matter how old or young they are, happen to be die-hard fans of the original Animaniacs franchise and its characters. I most certainly also hope that I am far from the only person who believes all of the above statements to be true. I myself, and hopefully many others, have believed for a long time (since at least 18 years ago) that even though the behavior displayed by the characters in the original Animaniacs series and its movie, "Wakko's Wish," may not be something that should be encouraged, there most certainly is something about said characters that people of all ages should still, even to this very day, find very appealing, interesting, remarkable, and special. As such, I believe that it should be, for the sake of all current and future members of the Animaniacs franchise's possibly-still-growing fan-base, ensured that if the Animaniacs franchise is ever revived in any way, shape or form, the creation and production of that revival should be left in the hands of as many of the people who most certainly are, in as many ways possible, best for the job as there possibly can be, and I most certainly do feel that several of the people who at least helped bring the original Animaniacs characters and stories to life sure do fit that particular description very well, as do several die-hard Animaniacs fans who wish to offer their input and/or talents, especially those who were born in the 1980's and the 1990's. Let's reach out to the people who most certainly will be helping Mr. Spielberg bring the Animaniacs characters back to life, especially Mr. Erwich, Mr. Falvey, Mr. Frank and Mr. Register, and show them how much we Animaniacs fans care about the Animaniacs franchise and how much we feel that the future of said franchise would best be left in the hands of a talented group that includes and does not limit to multiple people who worked on the original Animaniacs series as well as many people who grew up watching and loving said original series and its characters and wish to treat said characters with as much respect as they truly deserve! Please help see to that. On top of all of that, Animaniacs might not the only cartoon franchise at least partially owned by Warner Bros. that Mr. Tom Ruegger, many of the people that he has worked with in the past and several other veterans in cartoon animation should - alongside rookies and trainees in cartoon animation, especially Warner Bros. cartoon animation - work together to make new installments for, since there sure are multiple other cartoon franchises and series that sure are loved by people everywhere even to this very day, and those other cartoon franchises and series certainly do include and yet surely do not limit to the others that Mr. Ruegger has at least helped create and/or develop, like Tiny Toon Adventures (a.k.a. Tiny Toons), Pinky and the Brain, "Freakazoid!," "Histeria!" and Road Rovers, as well as Batman: The Animated Series, Osmosis Jones, The Lego Movie, Xiaolin Showdown and the many past, present and future cartoon TV series that star the Looney Tunes characters, such as The Looney Tunes Show, Baby Looney Tunes, Duck Dodgers, Taz-Mania, Wabbit - A Looney Tunes Production (a.k.a. New Looney Tunes), and the upcoming "Looney Tunes Cartoons." It would truly be a treat to the many fans of all ages that at least some of the characters from the aforementioned cartoon franchises and series have all around the world if many veterans in cartoon animation, especially including at least some of the ones who worked together to bring said cartoon franchises and series to life and/or breathe new life into them (like Mr. Tom Ruegger), were hired to work alongside people who are newer to the cartoon making business on brand new animated cartoon productions that star characters from those franchises and series, especially ones that star the Looney Tunes, Tiny Toons and Animaniacs characters, wouldn't it? Said cartoon animation veterans may include and might not necessarily limit to the following cartoon artists, composers, creators, directors, editors, producers, voice actors and writers: Tom Ruegger, Nathan "Nate" Ruegger, Cody Ruegger, Luke Ruegger, Sherri Stoner, Charles M. Howell IV, Gordon Bressack, Alan Burnett, Deanna Oliver, Rich Arons, John P. McCann, Nicholas Hollander, Art Leonardi, Art Vitello, Paul Dini, Glen Murakami, Bruce Timm, Paul Rugg, Gary Hartle, Charles Visser, Matthew O’Callaghan, Richard Pursel, Steve Bernstein, Julie Bernstein, Kelly Ward, Chris “Spike” Brandt, Tony Cervone, Tom Minton, Randy Rogel, Barry Caldwell, Alfred Gimeno, Eddie Fitzgerald, Dave Marshall, Audu Paden, Greg Reyna, Michael Gerard, Jon McClenahan, Scott O’Brien, Mike Disa, Jeff Siergey, Mark Banker, Ken Boyer, Byron Vaughns, Kent Butterworth, Tim Cahill, Julie McNally Cahill, Glen Kennedy, Peter Hastings, Liza-Ann Warren, Lenord Robinson, Christopher Keenan, Jeff DeGrandis, Liz Carrol, Susan Edmunson, Rob Humphrey, Evan Gore, Ron Myrick, Sander Schwartz, Victor Dal Chele, Scott Bern, Douglas McCarthy, Eric Nordberg, Joey Banaszkiewicz, Chris Otsuki, Chris Reccardi, Tony Craig, Gloria Jenkins, Kimberly Smith, Haven Alexander, Michael Hack, Andy Chiang, Eric Clark, Patricia Wong, Herb Moore, Susan Crossley, Stephen Lewis, Ryan Roberts, Nick DuBois, Lynne Naylor, Takashi Kawaguchi, James Tucker, Toshihiko Masuda, Darrel Bowen, Christy Hui, Steve Cuden, James T. Walker, Jay Bastian, Narina Sokolova, Norma Klinger, Edemer Santos, Keith Baxter, Henry Gilroy, Bill Kopp, Sindy McKay, Bruce Morris, Mark Zaslove, Chris Aguirre, Robert Alvarez, Kurt Anderson, Pat Devine, Skip Jones, Alex Mann, Fred Cline, Linda Miller, Tanya Moreau-Smith, Bill Perkins, Fergal Reilly, Deborah Abbott, Constance Allen, Claire Armstrong, Marc Arnull, Dino Athanassiou, Stephen Baker, Richard Baneham, Jim Battaglia, Kathy Baur-Brigstocke, Peter Paul Bautista, Harry Sabin, David S. Smith, Vladimir Spasojevic, Joe Suggs, Karl Toerge, Tim Watts, Mark Whiting, Bill Wray, Raymond Zibach, Brian Kindregan, Mercedes J. Sichon, Andrew Beall, Franck Bonay, David Boudreau, Neil Boyle, Bella Bremner, Anthony Cianciolo, Rudi Liden, Matt Craig, Erik Kuska, Dong-Young Lee, Sean Petrilak, Rachel Ramras, Seth Kearsley, Ethan Spaulding, Matt Danner, Swinton O. Scott III, Mauricio Pardo, Chris Headrick, Hugh Davidson, Steve Borst, Larry Dorf, Ben Falcone, Doug Langdale, Steve Mallory, Wade Wisinski, Collette Sunderman, Bianca Margiotta, Peter Girardi, Jim Cashman, John Mariano, Charlie Adler, Dee Bradley Baker, Tress MacNeille, Jason Marsden, Grey DeLisle-Griffin, Jessica DiCicco, Billy West, Jeff Bennett, and Danny Cooksey. Bringing at least many of those people, multiple other veterans in cartoon making and several people newer to the cartoon business together for the creation of brand new Warner Bros. Animation cartoon productions, especially newer animated cartoon productions starring the Looney Tunes characters, the Baby Looney Tunes characters, the Tiny Toons characters, the Animaniacs characters, the "Freakazoid!" characters and the Xiaolin Showdown characters, sure as sugar would be a dream come true, wouldn't it? Let's see if we can make that dream a reality... together! #WriteWarnerBrosCartoonsRight #WriteWarnerBrosRight #WriteWBRight #WriteLooneyTunesRight #BringBackTinyToons #BringBackFreakazoid #WriteAnimaniacsRight Also, I most certainly do apologize if I've, in any way, shape or form, committed copyright infringement by setting up this petition.
Petition to Cartoon Network, Vaughn Baskin
Make Cartoon Network & Boomerang Funtastic Again!
To Ms. Christina Miller, president of both Cartoon Network and Boomerang. And to the good people of Warner Bros. Animation. Now i know that you're doing a good job by reviving Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry, Justice League, and Wacky Races. But there is 1 show you can also revive as well. And that is The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera, the original Funtastic World lasted from 1985 to 1994 in syndication and it did influence Ted Turner to create Cartoon Network 25 years ago. But both CN and Boomerang wouldn't be where they are today if it weren't for Funtastic World. So i made 1 mighty wish and that is to let Boomerang created their very own version of Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera featuring 3 iconic H-B cartoons of the groovy '60's, and that is The Yogi Bear Show, The Adventures Of Jonny Quest, and Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! Plus i also want Jonny and the Quest Team to be the hosts of Boomerang's Funtastic World, but not only that i also want Sid and Marty Krofft's H.R. Pufnstuf team up with Hanna-Barbera's 1st ever rock band The Banana Splits to provide the comedy skits as well unleash some new songs too. But i think that CN can create their very own version of the block as well under the name of "The New Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera", featuring 3 revamped H-B cartoons of today, and that is The Tom And Jerry Show the 2015 version, Wacky Races the 2017 version, and The Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs featuring the return of Dino, Hoppy, The Flintstones, The Rubbles, and of course Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm. And the New Funtastic World will be hosted by Penelope Pitstop and The Anthill Mob from The Perils of Penelope Pitstop, alongside their co-hosts Dr. Blinky Owl from H.R. Pufnstuf and his new finefeathered friends themselves the legendary Skatebirds! So please Ms. Miller and WBA let's make CN and Boomerang funtastic again, if not do it for Bill and Joe because they might wanna do the same thing too s well. Signed Vaughn Stephen Baskin. P.S. Stay Fun, Fun, Fun, Fun, FUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNTASTIC!
Petition to Cecilia Johnson, Catherine Lord, Gary Marsh, Jennifer Minezaki, Chrissy Woo, The Walt Disney Company
Encourage Disney to give Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja a Season 3
It has been over a year since the animated series Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja aired a new episode on TV. Disney has not announced whether or not it will be canceled or renewed for a third season. Many of the fans are confused about it. The series is an impacted with all the fans. It brought light and joy to their lives. With the witty humor and vivid animation, it brought hope to them. A third season will resolve the commotion that has been happening for the past year. The creators and writers of the series hinted a third season through out the second season. Sadly, they might never get one. We know all good things don't last, but this series is more than good. It is the best cartoon for many of the fans. A lot of them have been fighting for third season since the second season finale. The crew are also fighting with them. They care as much as they do. The only people who can make the third season happen are the head people of Disney.