Solve Unamusement: Cleaning The ReBoot

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Cleaning The ReBoot

Found some dust bunnies! Not literally, of course, did Solve Unamusement have dust enough to be alive and shouting profanity. So upon cleaning the left overs that was that horrible pile of bookmarked items that went on forever and took a long while to compile, there was stuff worth mentioning separately.

One of those items was a cartoon from my mid-teens-ish. It played on Cartoon Network after school from around my sixth grade year until ninth or tenth. That's a good run time for a cartoon, when it actually has a plot. That's right, one of the first Saturday Morning Cartoons posted that had a running and working plot. Though if it was stated this plot involved a mainframe, incoming game warnings and the literal word "Reboot", you might already get whats going on.


Wiki Says:
ReBoot is a Canadian CGI-animated action-adventure television series that originally aired from 1994 to 2001. It was produced by Vancouver-based production company Mainframe Entertainment, and created by Gavin Blair, Ian Pearson, Phil Mitchell and John Grace, with the visuals designed by Brendan McCarthy after an initial attempt by Ian Gibson.

That's right, folk,s it was Canadian. Imagine all that hate you had only moments ago before realizing one of your favorite shows was made by "one of them". Of course, the short animated film The Cat Came Back came from Canada and it was awesome too. (Just kidding Canada, no need to bomb my house.)

Here's the entire show, I think, hosted on YouTube in several thousand pieces. You might want to just skip to season three where all the cool stuff happens as the show does not stand the test of time and attention spans.

ReBoot Full Series

"Warning, incoming game."

ReBoot Movie Trailer

How is that a "movie trailer"?

Sweet sounds to my ears, that warning. There have been some loose nerd-ghosts talking about a Reboot movie but such a thing will never happen with a horribly niche audience. Then again, one could have said the same thing about getting a Starship Troopers sequel. Oh right, they sucked. At least the second one did. Is the third one even worth trying?


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