Re: Who wants to see a TAS Remasered project?
With new animation and new voice work, it would be its own thing. Honestly, I can't think of a higher compliment to someone's work than wanting to remake it for new audiences to consume. I never understood the desire to treat a work as some religious relic that can never be changed/updated. New generations are more likely to explore an older work through newer re workings than locking the originals away.
"I tell you what you all need, you need to take a thirteenth step, down off your high horse." - Hank Hill, King of the Hill