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    • Cartoons SNQ • 30 questions, email your answers to bhargavrajan94@gmail.com • Points will be notified in the question itself. If not, its 1 point each. This is a high scoring SNQ. • I havent included any Manga in this because someone else has taken that and because I haven’t seen any except pokemon and dragon ball z. • Hope those who attempt it remember their childhood because I’ve included only those cartoons which made our day when we were kids. Sorry if I’ve missed out on few cartoons. • I hope you all feel nostalgic because I sure as hell did when I set these questions. • Maximum points that can be scored is 54. • To the Good Ol’ Days!
    • 1) ID X. X is an American animated sitcom produced by Hanna-Barbera, originally airing in primetime from 1962–1963 and again from 1985–1987 as part of the weekday/weekend morning programming block called The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera. The main characters are : George X: age 40, is the main character and protagonist of the series. He is a loving family man who always seems to make the wrong decisions. He works at Spacely's Sprockets turning the Referential Universal Digital Indexer (R.U.D.I.) on and off. He is married to Jane and together they have two kids, Judy and Elroy. Jane X: age 33, is George's wife, mother of their two children, and a homemaker (although it is Rosie who does most of the work). Jane is obsessed with fashion and new gadgetry. Her favorite store is Mooning Dales. She is a dutiful wife who always tries to make life as pleasant as possible for her family. Outside of the home, she is a member of the Galaxy Women Historical Society and is a fan of Leonardo de Venus and Picasso Pia. Judy X: age 15, is the elder child in the family. A student at Orbit High School, she is a stereotypical teenage girl whose prime interests include: clothes, hanging out with friends, and revealing secrets to her digital diary. Elroy X: age 6½, is the younger of the two children in the family. He is highly intelligent and an expert in all space sciences. A mild-mannered and good child, Elroy attends Little Dipper School, where he studies space history, astrophysics, star geometry and math. Rosie: is the household robot. She's an outdated model but they love her and would never trade her for a newer model. Rosie does all the housework and some of the parenting. She is a strong authoritarian and occasionally dispenses pills to the family. Astro: Astro is the family dog. Prior to being a X his name was Tralfaz and he belonged to the fabulously rich Mr. Gottrockets. Astro is one of George's best friends (next to his work computer, R.U.D.I.) as well as Elroy's best buddy. He is able to speak in a rough sounding English resembling dog barks and growls, a manner of speaking which voice actor Don Messick would later reuse for the role of Scooby-Doo.
    • 2) A-F (0.5 points for each alphabet). A (known as B in Europe, Latin America and Australia) is an American animated television series created by Warner Bros. Animation in collaboration with C as a continuation of the D legacy. Depicting teenager Terry McGinnis as a new D in a futuristic E under the tutelage of an elderly F, the series began airing on January 10, 1999, and ended its run on December 18, 2001. After 52 episodes spanning three seasons and one direct-to-video film, the series was put on hold for the Justice League animated series, despite the network having announced plans for a fourth season. A is said to explore the darker side of many D projects, playing on key elements such as emotions, personal relations, fear of the unknown, technological malfunctions, and the disturbing psychological elements of the character of F. As such, it was considerably darker than most other children's programs at the time, although producer Bruce Timm recalls it was conceived as a kid-friendly D cartoon. It is also the first D series to portray the hero as a teenager. IGN named the show 40th on their list of "Top 100 Animated TV Series."
    • 3) List It. The names of characters voiced by Mel Blanc for Warner Bros. and Hanna Barbera. There are 24. 0.5 points for each.
    • 4) Put funda. Also give me X and Y. ( 1+1 points) Over the past few days on Facebook, there has been a particular pic which has been shared by tons of fan pages. This pic has apparently shed some light into a kind of uncanny connection between two separate comics/cartoons X and Y. These 2 cartoons have often been portrayed as competing with each other over who the better superhero is, thus resulting in many comic photos. The pic states that the building in which one of the superhero works in, is owned by the other superhero. This was not known by most people and Wikipedia confirms that this piece of news is actually true ( I just checked it).
    • 5) List of what ( there are more, I’ve chosen only these few )? ( Lame ) I don’t need X and Y. Just gimme the list. X : X vs Aliens X : Journey To Petra X : Master of Shaolin X And The Curse Of Damyaan X : The Rise Of Kirmada X And Y : In The Amazing Odessey X And The Broken Amulet
    • 6) What is X? X is a combination of a dinosaur and a kangaroo. It is a creature which has it’s own cartoon and also appears in The Flintstones as Hoppy, a pet of the Rubbles. Not much is known about this creature except for the fact that it looks like a dinosaur, jumps and has a pouch like a kangaroo. Its called “Hoppy the X” in The Flintstones and the other is called Tickety Toc, a cartoon that airs on Nick Jr and obviously doesn’t look this this (below) Hoppy the X in The Flintstones.
    • 7) Sequence of each episode of which cartoon and give me X ( 1+1 ). Opening sequence The series opens with the theme song (over clips from various episodes) and the title card before it dissolves into the school. The children are seen doing an activity, occasionally relating to the episode's topic. The children imagine something and X comes to life from a plush doll, transforming into the "real" X, how he appears to the children while they're imagining. Main sequence Here, the main plot of the episode takes place. X and the children learn about the main topic of the episode, with Baby Bop, B.J., or Riff appearing during the episode and numerous songs themed relating to the subject featured in the series. The roles of Baby Bop, B.J., and Riff have grown larger in later seasons and later episodes venture outside of the school to other places within the neighbourhood and to other countries around the world in Season 13. Closing sequence X concludes with "I Love You" before he dissolves back into his original stuffed form and winks to the audience. After the children discuss a bit about what they had learned, the sequence cuts to X Says where X, who is off-screen, narrates what he and his friends had done that day, along with still snapshots from the episode. Then X, himself, signs off before the credits roll. In Seasons 3-8, and 12, he later appeared on-screen by saying, "And remember, I love you," and waves goodbye.
    • 8) ID X, Y, Z and show. ( 0.5 points for each, sorry for such a big passage ) The episode The Birth of Evil reveals X's origins. Long ago in the vastness of space, a great, formless evil arose. Before it could do harm to the universe, it was set upon by three god-like figures known only as "The Deities". They are Odin, Ra, and Vishnu. During the battle, the deities' attack was fierce and the evil was all but destroyed save for a small fragment that was flung aside and it drifted for an unknown period of time before falling to Earth during the era of the dinosaurs (causing their extinction). It slowly grew and spread like poison over the course of the centuries, creating an ever- spreading forest of black spikes that devoured any who entered. Eventually the forest grew so large that the Y Lord of the Land (Z's father) decided to kill the evil at its source. Armed with a magic oil given to him by Buddhist monks, the Lord and his cavalry rode into the heart of the forest, the Lord himself the only one to survive. Once at the black lake in the forest's centre, the Y Lord doused an arrow into the oil he was given, shot it into the air, and into the black lake. Instead of destroying the evil, however; the magic arrow gave it humanoid form, sentience, and the ability to shape shift. Thus, the demon wizard X was born. X easily defeated the Lord, trapped him on a giant, dead tree, and went on a rampage. The Deities, sensing the good in the Y Lord, summoned him to a secret place. Taking the good inside him, they forged an enchanted sword that is capable of harming X. Armed with the sword and a magical suit of armor, he plunged into battle against X. In the end, the Lord was victorious, but he was unable to destroy him, so he had to settle with trapping him inside the earth in the form of a tree. As he was sealed away, X vowed he would one day return. Shortly after, Z's mother gave birth to him. Determined to learn from this and be prepared in the event X's vow came to pass, The Lord and his family decided that they needed a plan. Thus YZ was created.
    • 9) ID the cartoon compared to The Big Bang Theory (kind of easy if you know where to look)
    • 10) IMDb’s description of who (X) ? Bonus points for giving me other alphabets (0.5 each) Date of Birth 17 January 1970, Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR [now Russia] Mini Biography X was born and raised in Moscow, USSR. He and his family moved to Chicago, IL when he was 7 years old, after his father defected to the US. His interest in comic books and animation led him to study animation at Cal Arts in Los Angeles. While he was there he produced two student films, one of which was the basis of his series “AB" The character of Z was inspired by his older brother Alex, who would often spoil younger brother X's plans (as Z does to A). Spouse Dawn David (21 October 2000 - present) Trade Mark Many episodes of cartoon shows he directs have extended periods of either silence or no dialogue. Frequently uses pop culture references in his cartoons Characters that are very round or rectangular with thick black outlines Trivia Frequently works with Craig McCracken and Paul Rudish. Worked briefly at Jon McClenahan's Startoons studio in Chicago early in his career.
    • 11) ID XY (forms one phrase together) and Z ( 0.5 points for each ) The XY are male counterparts of the Powerpuff Girls, created by Z. They were made by flushing armpit hair, snails from the cafeteria, and the tail of the talking dog down the jail cell toilet. They are 5-year-old bullies with powers stronger and better than the girls', but they all possess very easily targeted weaknesses. They have similar names as the girls. Instead of Blossom, the leader’s name is Brick. Instead of Bubbles, Boomer and instead of Buttercup, Butch. Powers Growing: Whenever they get kissed by the girls, they grow bigger, stronger, and tougher. This was only used once and it will most likely never be used again because all the Powerpuff Girls need to do is not kiss them again, although according to "The City of Clipsville," they will kiss them again because they will soon fall in love with them there at that time. Afterburner: They can emit toxic gas through their farts that can temporarily blind and suffocate the girls, as seen in their self-titled debut episode. Pulse wave: As seen in The Y Are Back In Town, they can produce a sonic wave that can knock the girls away X Megablast: As seen in their return episode, they can produce an energy blast by creating a whirlpool of energy. the girls can do this too but while their energy is green, the girls energy is blue Gross things: In the episode "The Y are back in town" The XY did gross things to the girls such as throwing scabs and spitting mucus at them. Butch was seen shoving a slug down the back of Bubbles' shirt and Brick salivated all over Blossom's face. In "Bubble Y," Brick and Butch were seen attempting to spit a plane out of flight with mucus and they broke a glass satellite part and a spare satellite part with it.
    • 12) ID the show, X, Y, Z, A and B ( 0.5 for each) Chance Furlong and Jake Clawson were members of X City's paramilitary law enforcement agency, known as the Enforcers. Unfortunately, the Enforcers were commanded by Feral, an incompetent, overbearing and inflexible Enforcer who was believed to have owed his position entirely to political machinations. While in pursuit of Y, one of the main arch- villains of the series, the two rebelled against Enforcer Commander Feral's orders to fall back and leave Y to him. When they objected, citing their already-acquired target lock, Commander Feral used his jet to slap their wing, sending Chance and Jake's jet crashing into Enforcer headquarters and allowing Y to get away. In his anger, Feral discharged Chance and Jake from the Enforcers and reassigned them to work at the city's military salvage yard to pay for the damage to the Enforcer Headquarters. This led to the two of them taking the law into their own hand by working on scrap found in the salvage yard. They called themselves A and B and their team as Z. Z isn't same as the show. It is part of the name of the show. I want the full name of the show (for points).
    • 13) ID X ( show ). A personal favourite of mine when I was 7-8 years old ( I guess ). X is a syndicated 30 minute American science fiction animated television series produced by Ruby- Spears and animated in Japan by Sunrise. Comic book legends Jack Kirby and Gil Kane contributed to the design and concepts of the show. The series began in 1986 as a five-part miniseries and was followed with a 60 episode series. The series was story edited by Ted Pedersen and written by several authors, including prolific science fiction writers Michael Reaves, Marc Scott Zicree, Larry DiTillio and Gerry Conway. The series theme and soundtrack were composed by Udi Harpaz. There was also a line of tie-in toys by Kenner, and a comic book series by DC Comics. The X are a team of men dressed in specially created exo-frames that allow them (upon shouting "Power Extreme") to fuse with 'incredible' assault weapon systems, becoming what the show calls man and machine, Power Xtreme! The end result is a weapons platform somewhere between a hard-suit and a mecha. Original Team: Max Ray - 'Brilliant' Sea Operations Commander: The calm and collected de facto leader of the team, donning a green power suit. His weapon systems are best suited for underwater missions. Jake Rockwell - 'Rugged' Land Operations Specialist: Donning a yellow power suit, he has a short fuse. His weapon systems have the most firepower and are best suited for land missions, except for a helicopter- themed system he uses in air combat, usually assisted by Ace. Ace McCloud - 'Daring' Air Operations Expert: Donning a blue power suit, he is a brave but cocky womanizer who is sometimes at odds with Jake. His weapon systems are best suited for aerial missions, including one specially designed for battles in space. Extended Team (later additions): Rex Charger - ‘Expert’ Energy Programmer John Thunder – ‘Specialist’ Infiltration Commander
    • Tinky Winky is the first X. He is the largest and oldest of the X, is covered in purple terrycloth, and has a triangular antenna on his head. He is notable for the red luggage he always carries. His character has caused controversy following allegations that his character's behaviour, bag and body colour have stereotypical homosexual qualities. Dipsy is the second. He is green and is named "Dipsy" because his antenna resembles a dipstick. Dipsy is the most stubborn of the X, and will sometimes refuse to go along with the other X’s group opinion. His face is also notably darker than the rest of the X, and the creators have stated that he is Black. Laa-Laa is the third. She is yellow, and has a curly antenna. She likes to sing and dance, and is often seen to look out for the other X. Po is the fourth and last. She is the smallest and youngest of the X, is red, and has an antenna shaped like a stick used for blowing soap bubbles. She has been stated by the show's creators to be Cantonese and as such, she is bilingual, speaking both English and Cantonese. Noo-noo seems to be both the X’s guardian and housekeeper, due to its resemblance to a vacuum cleaner, which is its principal purpose in the house. Noo-noo hardly ever ventures outside, instead remaining indoors and constantly cleaning with its sucker-like nose. It does not speak like the other characters, instead communicating through a series of slurping and sucking noises. At times, Noo- noo gets annoyed with the X’s antics and can vacuum their food or toys. This usually prompts the X to scold Noo-noo through a cry of "Naughty Noo-noo! The programme was also at the centre of a controversy when American televangelist and conservative pundit Jerry Falwell claimed in 1999 that Tinky Winky, one of the X, was a homosexual role model for children. Falwell based this conclusion on the character's purple colour and triangular antenna; both the colour purple and the triangle are sometimes used as symbols of the Gay Pride movement. Which show (X) ? 14) ID X.
    • 15) ID X and either give me Y or the show ( both are the same obviously ) (0.5 for each). Gaia, the spirit of the Earth, is awakened from a long sleep by Hoggish Greedly, who happens to be drilling above her resting chamber. Realizing that the damage is extensive, Gaia sends five magic rings, four with the power to control an element of nature and one controlling the element of Heart, to five chosen youths across the globe: Kwame from Africa, Wheeler from North America, Linka from the Soviet Union (changed to Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union's collapse), Gi from Asia, and Ma- Ti from South America. These five are dubbed the X and are tasked with defending the Earth from the greatest of disasters and making efforts to educate mankind to keep others from happening. Gaia uses her "Planet Vision" to discover where the most devastating destruction is occurring (in most episodes one or more of the Eco-Villains is behind it) and sends the X to help solve the problem. The X use transportation (usually a flying machine called a Geo-Cruiser) based on solar power to avoid causing pollution themselves. In situations that the X cannot resolve alone, they can combine their powers to summon Y, a super hero, who possesses all of their powers magnified, symbolizing the premise that the combined efforts of a team are stronger than its individual parts. He is able to rearrange his molecular structure to transform himself into the various powers and elements of nature. Y’s outfit does not represent a specific culture. He has a grass-green proto-mullet, crystal blue skin, earthy brown eyes, a fire-red chest, gloves, trunks, and boots, and a sun-yellow globe insignia. The X cannot use their rings while Y has been summoned.Despite his vulnerability to pollution, Y is a formidable and valiant hero. Once his work is done, he returns to the Earth, restoring the X’s powers. When he does this, he reminds viewers of the message of the series with his catchphrase, "The Power Is Yours!" Which means that we all have the power to end the destruction of the earth if we work together as one world rather than fighting each other as separate nations.
    • 16) ID the show.
    • 17) ID X. X is a family cartoon character, created by Hanna-Barbera Productions, who has appeared in numerous comic books, animated television shows and films. He made his debut in 1958 as a supporting character in The Huckleberry Hound Show. X was the first breakout character created by Hanna-Barbera, and was eventually more popular than Huckleberry Hound. In January 1961, he was given his own show, The X Show, sponsored by Kellogg's, which included the segments Snagglepuss and Yakky Doodle. Hokey Wolf replaced his segment on The Huckleberry Hound Show. A musical animated feature film, Hey There, It's X!, was produced in 1964. X was one of several Hanna-Barbera characters to have a collar. This allowed animators to keep his body static, redrawing only his head in each frame when he spoke. To help you guys, here’s a pic. Should make it simpler if not already simple.
    • 18) List of what? • X & The Wizard of Oz • X Meet Sherlock Holmes • X : Blast off to Mars • X : The Magic Ring • X : Shiver Me Whiskers • X : The Fast and the Furry • X’s Giant Adventure • X : A Nutcracker Tale • X : Paws for a Holiday
    • 19) ID the show and X, Y, Z ( 0.5 points for each ) Protagonist : X Marquez, Latino, highly dependent on people even for the most trivial things, answers own questions even if others don’t reply, interested in travelling, puzzles and adventures, accompanied always by a purple talking backpack which occasionally sings too. Side kick : Y, best friend of X, always wears a pair of red boots, sometimes goes mad if they get stolen, always accompanies X in cases where Y hasn’t gone missing. Primary Villain : Z, bipedal masked thief who gives up trying to steal if noticed before the act ( usually with a groan, “ Oh man! “ followed by snapping fingers with disgust ), always stalking X and Y Secondary Villain : Grumpy Old Troll, lives beneath a bridge that X and Y should cross, acts like The Sphinx and asks riddles to allow people to cross the bridge. The adventure ends with X and Y singing and dancing to “ We did it! “.
    • 20) ID the show. This show is basically like a dinner theatre club where someone hosts a show and there are artists performing on stage. The pub is called X, also the name of the show, and is present in downtown Toontown. Located at a corner of an intersection on Toontown's Main Street, the club is considered a very popular destination by the local populace. Some episodes have specific themes, with cartoons to fit that episode's theme. The theme is usually not beneficial to at least one character, usually Donald. The characters that appear on this show are : Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, Horace Horsecollar, Max Goof, Clarabelle Cow, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Gus Goose, Magic Mirror, Mike, Penguin waiters, Animated brooms, Pete. Many other characters from Disney animated films (such as Aladdin, Pinocchio, Peter Pan, The Little Mermaid, Hercules, and many more) have appeared on the show, mostly as patrons and guest star performers. The show is notable for including many relatively obscure and otherwise rarely-used Disney characters, often with speaking parts. Notably, Li'l Bad Wolf and April, May and June Duck, who had appeared very often in Disney comic books but never before in an animated cartoon, finally made their animated debuts on the show. The show also featured some cameos by characters created for other television cartoons and theme park attractions, but these appearances were few and far between.
    • XY is a cartoon fictional character created by Elzie Crisler Segar, who has appeared in comic strips and theatrical and television animated cartoons. He first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929; X became the strip's title in later years. Although Segar's Thimble Theatre strip was in its tenth year when X made his debut, he quickly became the main focus of the strip and Thimble Theatre became one of King Features' most popular properties during the 1930s. Thimble Theatre was continued after Segar's death in 1938 by several writers and artists, most notably Segar's assistant Bud Sagendorf. The strip continues to appear in first-run installments in its Sunday edition, written and drawn by Hy Eisman. The daily strips are reprints of old Sagendorf stories. In 1933, Max and Dave Fleischer's Fleischer Studios adapted the Thimble Theatre characters into a series of XY theatrical cartoon shorts for Paramount Pictures. These cartoons proved to be among the most popular of the 1930s, and the Fleischers—and later Paramount's own Famous Studios—continued production through 1957. The shorts are now owned by Turner Entertainment, a subsidiary of Time Warner, and distributed by sister company Warner Bros. Entertainment. 21) ID the show.
    • 22) ID X. X, (born on December 28, 1922) is an American comic book writer, editor, publisher, media producer, television host, actor, voice actor and former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. In collaboration with several artists, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co- created Spider-Man, the Hulk, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor, and many other fictional characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books. In addition, he headed the first major successful challenge to the industry's censorship organization, the Comics Code Authority, and forced it to reform its policies. X subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation. He was inducted into the comic book industry's The Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1995. X is also a regular at Comic Con and has appeared on The Big Bang Theory as himself, where the group meets him at Stuart’s comic book store with the exception of Sheldon, who, along with Penny, had to attend a case of violating traffic rules at the court. He’s a part of this cartoon quiz because many of his works have been made into TV cartoon shows. We all owe him for introducing us to one of the two worlds of superhero comics.
    • 23) ID the meme or complete it.
    • 24) ID the character XZ and show it appears in ( 0.5 points for each ) X Cornelius Z is a fictional Great Dane created by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1979, with the famous catchphrase, "Let me at 'em!" and is the nephew of Hanna-Barbera cartoon star YZ. X has appeared in a number of the various incarnations of the YZ cartoon series. Lennie Weinrib provided his voice for one season in 1979 and from 1980 on, it was performed by Don Messick (who voiced Y). In the first live action theatrical movie, video games, and commercials, he was voiced by Scott Innes. X initially became a breakout character for the series, but later was credited for the show's decline. According to the creators, X was born to Ruby Z, the sister of Y at St. Bernard's Hospital on December 20, 1979.
    • 25) ID the show.
    • 26) ID the show. X in Y is an American animated television series which ran on Cartoon Network for two seasons, from November 17, 2000, to April 7, 2002. The series' pilot first premiered as part of Cartoon Network's "Cartoon Cartoon Summer" on August 18, 2000. Created by Mo Willems, the bulk of the show follows a runaway X, in its new life in “Y". It also features several unrelated sketches and shorts, similar to The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show. With an emphasis on more "sophisticated" (in particular, literal) humour, using multiple forms of rhetoric from the characters to the plots, it was more popular with older audiences. X lives happily on with his friends. Unfortunately, a Secret Military Organization, led by General Specific, needs him for its X-Powered Ray Gun (with a X-shaped hole in it). General Specific will get him at any cost, and, knowing that the farm is at stake, X is forced to leave for Y. Now X is on the run from General Specific, who is assisted by his henchmen, Private Public, the Angry Scientist (who in the show is often wrongly referred to as "Mad Scientist"), a bunch of other military types, and the Plot Device. In addition, X has to come to grips with Y and trying to romance his love, Swanky the Poodle. All the while, he has to avoid the attentions of a host of unwelcome characters — Farmer John, Lisa Rentel, and Swanky's owner, the X-hating Lady Richington, wielding a stainless-steel wig.
    • 27) Who am I ? ( simple one, sorry if its lame. I made this one on my own ). The answer is a character. My name is basically an adjective used as a noun. I am stuck with a foolish but kind woman and an even more foolish and harsh man in a place which translates to “Medium nullibi” in Latin. Though one makes my life good and the other miserable, I am indebted to them for life as they took me in after seeing me abandoned in a dump, which is ironic. The show in which I star has an oxymoronic name. My best friend and source of information during a crisis is a cruelly ridiculing, talking computer who just screws with me sometimes by giving cryptic clues to help me. My enemies are plenty. Few of them include – a red fox, a red cat, a zombie movie director, an alien chicken, a ghost wanting back his slab, a box containing the treasure of my master’s dead brother, a living talking Italian duck, a cousin of my mistress with a seriously creepy smile with a shaving machine, my master’s mother, etc., All of you have seen me. Who am I ?
    • 28) ID the show or explain what happens in this show.
    • 29) ID the show and gimme X ( 0.5 points each ). This show is a Canadian-American animated comedy television series created by Danny Antonucci and produced by Canada-based a.k.a. Cartoon. It premiered on Cartoon Network on January 4, 1999. The series was designed to resemble classic cartoons from the 1940s to the 1970s and revolves around three adolescents. The purpose of these adolescents was to come up with creative ideas to make money from their peers and acquire their favourite confectionary called X. Adult cartoonist Antonucci was dared to create a children's cartoon; while designing a commercial, he conceived the show, and approached Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon with the series, but both channels demanded creative control, which Antonucci did not agree to. A deal was ultimately made for Cartoon Network to commission the show, after they agreed to let Antonucci have control of the show. During the show's run, several specials and shorts were produced in addition to the regular television series. Two books, as well as several comic books and video games, either based on the series or featuring the series' characters have also been produced. The series' TV movie finale aired on November 8, 2009, officially ending the series.
    • 30) ID the show ( X ). The show's creative team went on to create many successful television series throughout the 1990s and 2000s, including writer Seth MacFarlane, creator of the popular animated series Family Guy. “When X first came out, I don't think a lot of people didn't have high hopes for it, and I think it was really cool that prove exactly what kind of character he was. No one really thought it was going to go anywhere. Not only has it gone somewhere, it's actually still around, it's very iconic now, 15, 16 years later.” On the long lasting impact of the show, writer/director Butch Hartman states: A popular 90s cartoon, this show premiered on Cartoon Network on July 14, 1997. The series stars a young man named X who dons a pompadour hairstyle and an Elvis Presley- like voice and has a forward, woman-chasing personality. Plots typically revolve around him trying to get a woman that he has targeted throughout the episode to fall in love with him. Other, more famous Hanna-Barbera characters have appeared in X episodes, including the cast of Scooby-Doo, Speed Buggy, Jabberjaw, Fred Flintstone, Yogi Bear, The Blue Falcon, Black Widow, and Huckleberry Hound.