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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, Kingdom Hearts nerds of all ages, it is time once again for a review, and not only with this be for a cartoon, it’s going a cartoon film, a made-for-TV cartoon film and grand finale for a series that I already reviewed some time ago, that being of course “Ed, Edd n Eddy”. The movie was originally released on November 8, 2009 on Cartoon Network. After it’s premiere, it was supposed to be on DVD, but just like the cartoon series itself sans the first and second season, CN doesn’t seem interested in releasing it. You can still find it on iTunes, though. I mentioned in my “EEnE” review that this movie is different from the whole of the series, and I was not lying. Not in the slightest. I’ll explain more in the review, but in summary, it’s pretty much an experience that any long time fan of the show would appreciate. Without further ado: *walks up to glass case on wall that reads “In Case Of Review, Break Glass”, breaks glass, takes out a peanut* Wait, a peanut? Huh. Cheap review… I mean, uh, let’s get into it. Now, you might notice that I did this review a bit differently, sort of providing more summary than just review. I did this mainly because I wanted to fully showcase the examples that fell under my analysis and to better prove my point. It’s mostly because it’s easy to get a hold of the underlying theme of the premise. Either way, I hope you enjoyed and stick around for more reviews! Next up… well… you know…
I’m making history here folks, as this is the first review where I tackle a cartoon series. This one is particular is my favorite cartoon of all time. Created by a wacky Canadian named Danny Antonucci, “Ed, Edd, N Eddy” is one of the most popular shows to come out of Cartoon Network in the 1990s and the 2000s, and one of the original “Cartoon Cartoons”, a selection of original programming that helped put Cartoon Network on the map. After all the other Cartoon Cartoons had ended, EEnE was the last one standing until its eventual end in 2009, lasting a full decade after its original premiere in 1999. The show went on for 130 episodes, four specials, and a movie, and while I am in the camp that would love to see more of this show in the future, I’d say that as it is, it’s pretty much complete. It’s one of those shows that no matter what time you’re living in, you can go back, watch, and enjoy everything that happens: the same stories, the same morals, the same characters, and even the same jokes. It’s that reason why I consider this my favorite cartoon of all time: it’s absolutely timeless. Now then, let’s get to the review! That’ll be 25 cents… ha-ha, just kidding. Well, I got that out of the way, but I'm not necessarily done yet. I mentioned that there was a movie, right? You see, In 2009, the first ever movie for the series was released, titled “Ed, Edd, n Eddy’s Big Picture Show”. I’ll be covering that in a separate review, for even though it is related to the EEnE series, it is a completely different beast all of its own, especially considering its tone and bookends. Butdon'tworry,I'llgettheSM2andmaybetheSM3reviewoutofthewaybeforethat.