DC Entertainment Hates Your Childhood and Wants to Reboot it.

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In keeping with the current trend of reboots and a severe lack of creativity all around, Entertainment Weekly  Reports DC Entertainment announces new slate of Hanna-Barbera titles.

“From a personal standpoint, I was always a fan of the old Hanna-Barbera characters, having grown up on them,” says Dan DiDio, co-publisher of DC Entertainment. “I think what you find right now is there’s so much material on pop culture, and these characters resonate with so much of our fanbase. It was so fun to go out and look at them, but not just bring back versions that existed 40, 50 years ago and really look at it the way of saying, if these characters were created and interpreted today, how would they exist? So we handed off our materials to a number of top creators, and what came back was an exciting look that felt very true to the existence of the characters.”

I’m not really a fan of this. This really shows me that DC Entertainment has a real problem with creating anything new or exciting. I will admit though Future Quest and Wacky Race Land do look kinda cool, but i really don’t like the rebooted look of Scooby Doo or the Flintstones. Check the the link below for more images.


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