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  SwordoftheJedi
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SwordoftheJedi wrote:
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As a title yes, but Galactic Heroes as a cartoon- BIG WIN! But it would be for 3-8 age range. Getting the kids Geared up on the characters so they like them in the TCW cartoons.
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I don't see what the rush is though. There were plenty of good kid's shows when I was younger, although I'm not sure what it's like now, I don't see why you need to dumb Star Wars down just to get little kids into it.
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Reepicheep wrote:
I don't see what the rush is though. There were plenty of good kid's shows when I was younger, although I'm not sure what it's like now, I don't see why you need to dumb Star Wars down just to get little kids into it.


Yeah, I see your point. I first saw SW when I was about 7 or 8. I didn't get some of it, but I loved it anyway. Hollywood gives kids no credit. They can understand more things than the dumbed down junk they're given these days.
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Exactly. I just dont see the point. Why waste money and resources on little kids who might not even care about Star Wars , when we veteran fans deserve something? Like a videogame besides TFUII, or something like that. And i dont mean that in a selfish way. I just dont see any parent that isnt a Star Wars fan taking their kids through a stage of Squishies, then moving on to The Clone Wars, and then the movies...One cartoon is enough; Star Wars doesnt need to be introduced that early...its kind of overdoing it.
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Anyone see the front page?

I called it. Ha ha! Wink
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