Loonatics: Unleashed

TV review by
Joly Herman, Common Sense Media
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Unoriginal show gives Looney Tunes superpowers.

Parents say

age 7+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 11+
Based on 3 reviews

A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Positive Messages

A cheap take on a great legacy. Bugs Bunny would be rolling in his grave.

Violence & Scariness

Lots of cartoon blasting, explosions, and fighting.

Sexy Stuff

Lexi is the only female of the bunch, and she's sometimes portrayed in a provocative manner.

Language

Jokes and threats go hand in hand.

Consumerism
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this program begins and ends with explosions, with nothing very worthwhile in between. It's not age-inappropriate, but there are far better things for your kids to do with their time.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written byTrami Nguyen March 30, 2012

Loonatics Unleashed

I like this show better than Dragon Ball Z.
Adult Written byJakeG2017 December 30, 2015
I think it's good for kids who are in to cartoons with action. It's kind of reminds me of Young Justice or any other superhero cartoon, but I think it... Continue reading
Teen, 15 years old Written byCartoonaholic_C... April 9, 2008

Looney Tunes is NEVER the Same Again, It Got Vicious and a Little Humorless

Other than my headline, the show is great, but it can get vicious for sensitive viewers. At least it does not blood and gore (so what, it's aimed for CHILD... Continue reading
Teen, 17 years old Written bylexi2772 November 27, 2011

LOONATICS!!!

its a good show.i never knew it was soooo AWSOME!

What's the story?

In LOONATICS: UNLEASHED, Ace Bunny, Tech E. Coyote, Danger Duck, and friends are transformed into superheroes when a meteor hits the planet 700 years in the future. Now they spend their time making jokes while blasting monsters and asteroids with \"neutron cannons\" and whatever other weapons they have at hand.

Is it any good?

Parents and kids who are familiar with the original Looney Tunes cartoons might be drawn to the characters who made them smile in the old shorts. Unfortunately, the jokes are no longer very funny and the characters have become little more than filler material. Whereas Bugs Bunny used to use his ingenuity to outwit his adversaries, Ace Bunny relies on his fists.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the difference between cartoon violence found in older cartoons -- such as the original Looney Tunes from the 1940s -- and what we see here. How have things changed over the years? How have they remained the same?

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