This year, on September 9, the famous 90s cartoon, produced by both Steven Spielberg and Warner Bros., called "Freakazoid" turned 20 years old.Who is Freakazoid?
Freakazoid used to be a normal teenage boy by the name of Dexter Douglass, until a great big accident happened, in which he got zapped into his computer after accidentally entering a computer code. There he became the one-and-only hero - Freakazoid! A hero with enhanced strength and endurance, extraordinary speed and agility, and negligible amounts of sanity.
His bravery and personality are what scare and drive to insanity his enemies. Even though the show is mostly comedy-driven, there are happen to be a few darker moments in the show, like for example the scene where armed agents with rifles were shooting at Freakazoid (luckily he survived without a problem). Speaking of enemies, if you think you used to have problems with bullies, Freakazoid's alter ego, Dexter, also happenes to be a vicitim of bullying. But when he turns into Freakazoid - the bullies are the ones who run away scared from Freakazoid. You don't believe me? Check this out: Why Freakazoid must have a reboot?
As awesome as this show really is, it slowly dies. Why? The show hasn't had any reboots for the past 20 years. Because of lack of reboots, the show itself remains only with the same amount of fans now as it used to have 20 years ago. If shows like TMNT and Transformers can have reboots, why not Freakazoid, too? This show may be silly, but it's a great 90s classic and everybody knows the 90s cartoons are one of the TOP
best cartoons of all times. If Teen Titans can be brought back from cancelation (and even rebooted), then so can Freakazoid. Who owns Freakazoid?
- Time Warner Entertainment Company
.List of Freakazoid! episodes:Episode
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