All member reviews for Loonatics: Unleashed

Common Sense Media says

Unoriginal show gives Looney Tunes superpowers.

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(out of 8 reviews)
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Kid, 10 years old August 31, 2013

OK, this had just ruined Looney Tunes.

It's like Looney Tunes, but added with more violence. There were superhero adaptions of Bugs Bunny, the Road Runner, Daffy Duck, and more. Poor Mel Blanc would have been furious at THIS!
What other families should know
Too much violence
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's cool how they could turn what I thought were harmless comedic talking animals into badass super heroes, and it's that aspect of the show that is what makes it, in my opinion, something that worked.
Adult Written byTrami Nguyen March 30, 2012

Loonatics Unleashed

I like this show better than Dragon Ball Z.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Teen, 17 years old Written bylexi2772 November 27, 2011


its a good show.i never knew it was soooo AWSOME!
What other families should know
Great role models
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 CHILDREN, of course there isn't any of that) that other violent cartoons (like Korgoth and Drawn Together) have. If you have a sensitive nature, don't meddle with this show or anything that has a TV-Y7 FV rating or higher. At least preschooler-oriented and TV-Y7 (no FV) series like Franny's Feet (which has NO VIOLENCE WHATSOEVER), Viva Pinata (not a lot of violence, but it's rated TV-Y anyway *Gag*), and Squirrel Boy are safe for those with sensitive natures.
Teen, 13 years old Written bypatbart2 April 9, 2008
Adult Written byavl April 9, 2008

I cried, I laughed,,,wait, no, I sighed...

It has been a long time since the inception of the original Looney Tunes in the 1930s and throughout the years the originals have held. With Tiny Toons (and later Animaniacs) there was brief revival of revival of the old LT brand of humor. However, that was going on 15 years ago and now it seems that there is little chance of a true revival. Loonatics Unleashed as it stands is not a revival and due to the widening generational gap I doubt that the originals are much affected by these relatively generic knock-offs. This is not to say that the show is horrid, but it is simply a very confused show that squanders much of it supposed and stated source matierial in a quest for marketability (which it apparently lost). Season One saw a much more action-oriented show with some relatively light humor whereas the second season has strayed into rather uninspired action comedy which poorly pantomimes many of the LT staples. Overall this was a show with potential, but was resigned to become generic action/comedy fodder. Better alternatives can be found in shows like Teen Titans and, if you're looking to buy, the older Animaniacs (and Tiny Toons if they ever see a dvd release...)
Adult Written byKryptoFan626 April 9, 2008