cartoon network

  1. Mixed Nutz: The Timeline Where MGM and Warner Bros. Are the Main Rivals of the American Animation Industry
    Threadmarks: Introduction: The Birth of Two (Technically Three) Stars

    The year is 1940. The field of animation was in the midst of a revolutionary period in America, with the nation's two biggest names in animation at the time having moved up from merely producing short subjects to making fully animated feature films late into the previous decade: Walt Disney...
  2. More Than A Feeling

    Smarter Than The Average Studio: An Alternate History of Hanna-Barbera

    The day is May 15, 1957. MGM have decided to shutter their animation studio. The creators of their massively popular Tom & Jerry series, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, are left unemployed. They decided to form their own studio, aptly named Hanna-Barbera. They originally asked MGM to...
  3. Nova Timeline presents: Hub Network
    Threadmarks: Intro

    Hub Network (formerly known as Animation Central (1992-1995); The Hub (1995-2002)) is an American cable television channelowned by Turner Entertainment. The Hub Network was founded by Ted Turner. It launched in 1992 as Animation Central, and relaunched as the Hub in 1995, and later as Hub...
  4. kirbopher15

    An alternate toonami history (pop culture timeline in the style of timeline 93)
    Threadmarks: A revolution is televised

    6 March 1996 I was just minding my own business coming home from school and tuning in to Cartoon Network channel 615 and everything was normal until after an episode of lippy the lion and hardy ha ha a promo came on and this promo was kind of strange in it’s nature in that it had moltar from...
  5. WI: "The Amazing World of Gumball" ends after only 2 seasons as Ben Bocquelet originally planned

    For those of you who don't know, "The Amazing World of Gumball" was supposed to end after only 2 seasons with "The Finale" (Season 2 Episode 20b) being as what the episode title suggests, THE FINAL EPISODE. But unfortunately due to Cartoon Network's jupiter-sized greed, they unnecessarily...
  6. Otakuninja2006

    OPEN DISCUSSION: An Different Cartoon Network

    Exactly what it says on the tin can, this is my thread on an alternative universe Cartoon Network. You all are free to do what you want. Fantasy lineups/schedules are even included.
  7. CrashBandicam

    AHC: Earlier Adult Swim

    Simply put, have Adult Swim first come on to the air at a plausible date earlier than 2001. Ideally, after Cartoon Network launches in 1992.
  8. WI: Nickelodeon with its own version of Adult Swim

    What if Nickelodeon developed its own equivalent to Cartoon Network's Adult Swim? How successful might it be, and what might it look like?
  9. Duke Andrew of Dank

    AHC: Save Hanna-Barbera

    Simply put, have changes that would allow Hanna-Barbera to remain a viable company in the animation industry.
  10. Duke Andrew of Dank

    AHC: Earlier Cartoon Network

    Simply put, have Cartoon Network first come on to the air at a plausible date earlier than 1992. Ideally, after Ted Turner acquires most of his current animation library.
  11. The Gamer Sunflower

    What if Plants vs. Zombies Cartoon was made possible? (an Cartoon alternate history)

    Okay, Because Plants vs. Zombies is a tower defense game which you never heard of it. So, what will happen to the cartoon industry if An Plants vs. Zombies Cartoon is made instead of a video game? how would cartoon network be willing to accept that cartoon? like which year?
  12. WI: Teen Titans Go! never greenlighted?

    ^ What if TTG was never green lighted by Cartoon Network? What would the outcomes be? Would we see the DC Nation block surviving longer? What about Cartoon Network's current mentality? Would we see them make less reboots? What would be the overall status of the cartoon playing field? Let's...