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Old January 15 2013, 06:32 PM   #16
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Re: Could A Superboy Series Work?

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It seems to me that if WB were going to do another Superboy show, a better place for it would be on Cartoon network. When you consider all the kid hero shows that have been successful over the past few years, why not one about flying boy, his superpowered dog and the adventures they have?
There already is a Cartoon Network animated show featuring the Connor Kent version of Superboy. It's called Young Justice. Granted, he's just one member of an ever-growing ensemble cast, but he's one of the main characters.

As for the superpowered dog, Krypto the Superdog ran on Cartoon Network for two seasons from 2005-6.
Yes. However, that doesn't mean a new "Superboy" cartoon series wouldn't work. Personally, I'd like to see one that was more "Ben 10" or "Adventure Time" that might get younger kids into the characters.
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