It was created and developed by Everett Peck and is based on characters created by Peck in his 1990 one-shot comic book published by Dark Horse Comics. "[6] On August 13, 2015, Markowitz posted on his Twitter page in response to a question from a fan about the cliffhanger, "Was then (& now) an #XFiles fan (bride in ep was Dana Reynard, a Mulder-Scully hint) so involved gov't coverup of aliens".[7].

The initial showrunners were Peck, Reno and Osborn, and the show was produced in association with Paramount Network Television. It was the number one syndicated show of 1994, and its high ratings spawned a toy line and a video game. So they did what they thought was best: completely re-write all the dialogue for an English dub that turned it into a comedy that parodied "superhero team" genre. See List of fictional ducks in animation.
Real Monsters on Nickelodeon. It's clear that Marvel Productions wanted a piece of that sweet, sweet action figure money, and Bucky O'Hare's concept of a mutated rabbit fighting toads in space seemed a guaranteed success.
Still, it would be wrong to dismiss the show as a shallow TMNT rip-off. This ten-disc release contained the entire series. The short-lived series followed the adventures of Lloyd and Harry as they traveled in their dog-shaped car along with a purple beaver named Kitty. It also aired on both Cartoon Network and Canal+ in Spain. As the tile suggests, Defenders of the Realm told the story of Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, Sub-Zero, Jax, Stryjer, Nightwolf, Kitana, and Raiden as they, well, defended the realm from forces of evil. It was a surprise worldwide hit, including in the United States, UK, and Australia. Yet another attempt to capitalize on the Ninja Turtles' success, the Samurai Pizza Cats are unique in being simultaneously shameless (their theme song mentions "they've got more fur than any turtle ever had") while not taking themselves too seriously. There was even a game for the original NES, and like most NES games it was incredibly difficult. Hoping to cash in on his popularity, Hanna-Barbera decided to make an animated series after Carrey's smash hit Dumb and Dumber. The story is pretty simple: Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie are three humanoid mice that love motorcycles and flee a war on their home planet of Mars to settle on Earth to protect it from the threat that destroyed their homeland (the Plutarkians). Fully endorsed by the rights-holders of the famous Ian Fleming character, James Bond Jr. told the story of 007's nephew as he used the series' famous gadgets to save the world from the global criminal organization S.C.U.M. It was surprisingly popular for a show based around a confectionery. They're Aliens, Dude!If you want to talk about blatant cash-ins on Turtlemania, two prominent names … C Bear and Jamal.

Receiving generally positive reviews from critics and audiences, Dog City was praised for the idea of a cartoon and its animator conversing and having parallel plots in the cartoon and "real" world. Though the Pizza Cats are largely forgotten, a cult following has emerged in recent years due to the show's humor. What better symbol of what was big in the 90s could there be? Many people watched it, but few seem to remember the adventures of Bob, Enzo, Dot Matrix, Phong, and the other characters of Mainframe.

Road Rovers attempted to put a new twist on an old formula by making the main characters use G.I. It only lasted two seasons, but the few who got to see the show remember it fondly. Unfortunately, it ended after two seasons and 21 episodes before the pirates could collect all 13 treasures (only eight were found by the final episode). But it ran into trouble when its original creator was dismissed after the first season and the character designs were reworked to be closer to the original versions.