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"Roughly 10 hours before it was supposed to air, DC Nation and it's programming
(with Green Lantern the Animated Series, Young Justice, and the Amethyst Princess
of Gemworld and Thunder and Lightning shorts) set to air, it was abruptly pulled
from network schedules. Neither DC nor Cartoon Network has made any announcements
of why it occurred, and DC Nation has summarily been pulled from the entire month
of October. Attempts made to contact either entity have been met with silence.
Not even the producers of the shows were told beforehand, with most learning later
on from distraught fans, who were unable to become 'traught'."
(Text taken from Internet sources)

They better have a real good and I mean REAL GOOD Excuse for this sudden BS move :shrug:
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Shinjojin Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Um, WTF!!? :?
TheSkaldofNvrwinter Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
YEAH...and I don't even watch them lol
InfectedLobster Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
well it can't be that bad ...

..they replaced it with Dragons:Riders of Bullsh-I mean berk

...fuck everything now
Stonewrecker Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
As a toonami fan, this brings back bad memories.
Ansem-the-wisest Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
AMac145 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012
Great. The two watchable shows on Cartoon Network and the suits have to pull them. Kids animation is going further down the tube, with everything else.
kasurahikari Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2012
Oh god not the heroes DX
hbrika Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2012
Well Poop :(
JohnSlaughter Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Kinda reminds me of Teen Titans. CN blamed Warner, and warner blamed CN.
vest Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2012
I'd complain, but to be honest, I found the DC Animation Block to be kinda hit and miss. Which is kind of a good thing, seeing as there were still hits in the bunch. That Hong Kong Batman short was straight-up astonishing, my jaw dropped on my nuts at the end of that one (yes, hurts as much as it sounds). I thought the Super Best Friends Forever series was very well handled, Teen Titans still kept a bit of its humanist flair, and that one short with Plastic Man using himself to create a mugshot was quite clever. There are stand-outs in the whole lineup, stand-outs that made watching worth it. And if it wasn't hit and miss, I wouldn't get that feeling of reward after a genuinely good one. The misses, despite their terribleness, just made the gems all that more sweeter.

And what do the gems mean? That they had the ability to make stuff that was legitimately good. They had the ability to make great stuff, and with another collection in the works, hopefully they can learn from what didn't work to make more stuff that does work. I'm really interested to see how this year's assortment pans out, and although it sucks that it's been pushed back to January, they'd better believe I'm still going to watch the crap out of it.

It's like an abusive relationship, Cartoon Network and I. They torture me with these three-month waits for the stuff I really really want, and like some masochistic pushover I let them without question. I can grumble about them as much as I want, but as long as they're getting my butt in that sofa tuned in to them, it doesn't matter how many kittens I dropkicked whilst cursing their name; they still won. If it's any consolation, it'll give me some more time to catch up while Archer, Pony, and Justified get started on their next seasons...
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