Petition Tag - animation

1. Get Adult Swim to sign on OG Baby Diezel

OG Baby Diezel is the cartoon this generation needs. It is raw, raunchy, and epic! We want to show Adult Swim that there is a following in support of them picking the show up in hopes it will help to sway them toward making a decision.

2. Save The Magic of Disney Animation at Hollywood Studios!

Disney has confirmed that it will close my favorite place in Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World!

The Magic of Disney Animation is the most wonderful place to learn about animation and how movies are made!

And we can't let this happen!

3. A Special Oscar for Spike & Mike

Craig Decker and (now deceased) Mike Gribble have promoted, debuted and repeatedly exhibited the very first or early animated films of some of Hollywood's biggest filmmakers: John Lasseter, Tim Burton, Brad Bird, Mike Judge, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Nick Park to name a few. Tim Burton told Craig Decker that he "owed the start of his film career" to the Animation Festival he and Mike Gribble pioneered over 40 years prior.

Craig and Mike did this as an avocation of love for animation art and received little in return monetarily. Their tireless work helped elevate animation to both a major and higher [perhaps even sometimes lower too] art form.

It is time The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) officially recognize Spike and Mike for their enormously significant contribution to history of cinema and award Craig Decker and (posthumously) Mike Gribble each a special Oscar for their lifetime achievement.

4. Masashi Kishimoto to draw Neji design as if he were still alive!

Hyuuga Neji, the only one of Naruto's generation that died in the war.

There are a lot of before and after photos of the kids since Part I to Shippudden, to the Last, til they're finally grown-ups. In these posts, the most common and liked comments are those that mention the absence of Neji.

It is upsetting, but if he were to live, what would he have looked like? Would his hair be still as long? Still wearing the ponytail that barely holds the hair? Still in all white clothing?

Well, if possible hopefully a lot more of the other characters too. And their possible conclusions. Will Neji be someone's husband? Or simply show as Himawari & Boruto's uncle? And at least seem him smile? Itachi as well, Sarada's uncle? In what scene does Kishimoto see them if everyone lived?

It's an impossible paradise after all, of course. But just the sight could really lift us up in seeing those who didn't make it to the end.

5. MUNTO Season 3

Munto is a two-episode original video animation (OVA) project by Kyoto Animation, first released in 2003 titled Munto followed by a 2005 sequel Munto 2: Beyond the Walls of Time. An animated television series entitled Sora o Miageru Shōjo no Hitomi ni Utsuru Sekai based on the OVAs was produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Yoshiji Kigami.

The TV series is a nine-episode continuation of the OVAs, and aired in Japan between January and March 2009 on Chiba TV. The TV series includes an updated director's cut of the OVA episodes with new animation and footage.

6. Put Looney Tunes on Netflix

I really want them to put a lot of the Looney Tunes cartoons on Netflix, especially on DVD and TV Repeats.

7. Convince Micheal Bay to make a "Robotomy" movie

Since the Cartoon Network series "Robotomy" only lasted 10 episodes, there's many fans that want it back; surprisingly; the studio, World Leaders Entertainment has shut down, never to be heard of again; also meaning no more new episodes.

But who can we trust?

Thanks to an producer by the name Micheal Bay; who had worked with the Transformers movie franchise, and the upcoming Ninja Turtles movie; he could be able to help us bring this ultra-violent, yet comedic show back on it's feet.

8. Change The Management at Cartoon Network

A recent article (h has revealed Cartoon Network to have become corrupt and sexist.

This petetion is to get time warner to fire the current management at cartoon network and replace them.

9. Bring back United Productions of America

United Productions of America (better known as UPA) was known for "non-cartoon violence" and the creation of the plucky Mr. Magoo and off-the-wall Gerald McBoingBoing.

With the closure of the studio in 1959, UPA found its gem with Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol in 1962.

I'm such a fan of the UPA classics I've researched, and brought the DVD release of the Jolly Frolics.

10. Bring Steven Spielberg's Anmated TV Shows Back to TV

To Whom It May Concern:

Over the course of the past 3 years, the need for classic TV shows, live-action and animated, to return to television has been increasing and there are many fans asking in high demand for these programs to return.

Networks like TeenNick, TV Land, The Hub & Me TV, just to name a few, have been catering to almost every generation. However, the time for Boomerang, the Cartoon Network spin-off channel dedicated to classic cartoons 24/7, to cater to a generation of viewers who grew up on 90s animation is now.

This petition's plan is to bring back the Warner Bros. Animation shows executive produced by Steven Spielberg. Four essential shows that have been gone from television since 2003, Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, Pinky And The Brain & Freakazoid!, not only have a legion of fans that have grew up with these shows since their debuts but also have been honored with multiple Daytime Emmy awards for outstanding children's program (animated).

11. Make More Episodes of Sym-Bionic Titan!

Sym-Bionic Titan premiered in 2010 with an initial order of 20 episodes. It has attracted fans of all ages but has not yet been renewed for another season.

Genndy Tartakovsky and the other geniuses behind the show have been nominated for and have won Annie and Emmy awards for “Samurai Jack” and “Star Wars: Clone Wars.” Sym-Bionic Titan itself has received two 2010 Annie Award nominations. Stephan DeStefano was nominated for Character Design in a Television Production, and Scott Wills was nominated for Production Design in a Television Production.

Various online communities have been formed to support and discuss Sym-Bionic Titan. The largest Facebook group had over 1,100 members at press time. Fans have created various YouTube videos, and deviantART has a Sym-Bionic Titan fan art page with over 100 members. Each week fans discuss the new episode on various forums, including the Internet Movie Data Base page for the show. A writer for deemed the show “worthy of a franchise.”

The fans have enjoyed the show so far and see great potential in its future. Cartoon Network should keep this show on the air for many more seasons.
After signing this petition, please contact Cartoon Network via their website to tell them you signed it and support more new episodes.

12. Tell the whole The Lion King story

Not all of you will know that Scars real name is Taka and his dad Ahadi killed his mum Uru and the fact tha Kiara wasn't Simba and Nala's first born, it was a little boy called Kopa who love Vitani and was killed by Zira to get revenge for killing of Taka (Scar) ans in the second film with Kiara that is why Simba is very overprotective of her, but they don't tell you that, Kopa had a tuft of hair that went darker as he got older so look at the baby at the end of the first film and see the tuft.

13. Make Hatsune Miku (Volcaloid) an anime

Volcaloid & Volcaloid2 Character Vocal series is a music program. They have made videos with this music. There is one song in particular, "Festival of Asyum" that I am targeting.

14. Bring MCM Expo's Cosplay Roadshow to Norwich/Norfolk/East Anglia

There are various anime/manga, videogame, cosplay and media conventions around the country, but nothing substantial in East Anglia.

This petition is to gather support for such an event happening in this region, and also in support of the MCM Expo Group and its events.

The MCM Expo group is willing to bring their recently announced Cosplay Roadshow to this region if enough interest is generated.

This petition also serves as information about the fan base level in the region for other events to hopefully happen as well.

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15. Save The Batman

The Batman is a good show. The show stared on September 11, 2004.

I looked on Wikipedia and it said that the show has ended today March 8, 2008.

I will send this to Warner Bros Animation asap.

16. (Fans Urge) Warner Home Video To Create Milestone in Television Animation DVD Releases

When the Paramount company released for the first time to a new public Charles Schulz’s well-remembered and beloved “Peanuts” animations on DVD media, they were not able to explore the technology options that were available to them. These include music-only tracks (without dialogue) that could spotlight the imaginative work of composer and jazz pianist, Vince Guaraldi, a highly unique and valuable contributor to American culture, who helped shape this legacy for many generations of viewers and listeners here and abroad, and whose true artistic range traversing traditional jazz to rock and electronic styles from the 1960’s through 1970’s is not yet fully appreciated.

We also call attention to the fact that in the past Fantasy/Concord Music Group, who is the holder for Mr. Guaraldi’s “Peanuts” recordings, was unable to secure original master tapes that could make a satisfactory release of Mr. Guaraldi’s early animation music as a CD (even though an abridged release did eventually come about).

We know, that the search for master tapes for the "Peanuts" shows such as "It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" is of high interest to everyone, and we are also of the belief that such materials may be located and secured for use in these new DVD's, if a wide initiative is made by Warner Home Video.

17. Make a Munto series

After the release of munto2 in 2004 many weren't satisfied with the ending. There are still many unanswered questions and with your help we can finally see the ending we've been waiting for.

If your familiar with this fantastic anime movie please sign our petition.

You can learn more about munto at the official website

18. Stop Youtube From Banning Anime

JASRAC, the Japanese Society for the Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers, has sent YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen a letter, on behalf of 23 Japanese TV stations and entertainment companies, requesting that YouTube improve its anti-piracy measures.

Following an earlier complaint from JASRAC, YouTube removed close to 30,000 files from its website. However in the new letter, JASRAC states that the problem persists regardless of the previous deletions, and that a new system must be put in place to prevent the upload of pirated materials. JASRAC requested that YouTube implement a process to screen uploads for pirated material, require users to register (and delete their accounts if they upload pirated material) and place warnings, in Japanese, about illegal uploads.

Many viewer that subscribe to youtube are complaing about how the website is going to banned any source of animation to the websites. This include:

Anime Music Videos
Classic cartoon that was taking off television due to low rating or cancellation

19. Remove Mrs. Robino as an animation instructor

May 4, 2006

Look at this comparison between Mr. Byer's achievments in animation, and Mrs. Robino's:

Mr. Byers:

Recently taught Advanced Animation and Audio/Video Productions at the School of Communication Arts.

2 years experience in Game Production. Character animator for Rules of the Game.

Produced game art and animation for Video Casino Extreme.

12 years experience in Animation and Video Production.

Advanced Animation/Graphic Arts Certificate-School of Communication Arts.

Award- Oustanding Achievment in Advanced Animation.

Owns and operates Cyclops Animation.

Mrs. Robino

Taught 2 years of middle school technology.

Taught 4 years of visual communications at WCTHS in Mayland.

Ajunct instructor at Hagerstown Community College, Maryland.

20 years of graphic design.

Certified in Graphic Arts + 2 years

I sometimes wonder why she is not a Graphic Arts teacher instead of being an animation teacher.

20. Disney, sell the rights to biker mice from mars to a company that will put the show on DVD!

Biker mice from mars was an animated series that aired from 1993-2001 in many countries around the world. In all, 65 episodes were produced from 1993-1995. The Walt Disney company currently owns the rights to the show. Disney has not expressed any interest in airing this show on its channels or releasing it on DVD.

We, the undersigned, believe that Disney should sell the rights to this show to a company that will put all 65 episodes on DVD. Rick Ungar, the series creator, says that there is an 80% chance of the development of a new biker mice from mars series. The new series may be on the air in 2005.

First season biker mice from mars VHS can be found on online auction sites like ebay or amazon.


This show stinks. Get rid of Rugrats. You spoiled it and there are other shows to get better treatment. (like INVADER ZIM???) Rugrats has VERY poor animation and I counted 121 flaws in it. Not goofs. FLAWS! CANCEL IT OR ELSE! WE CAN'T STAND IT!!!

...yes this picture of Johnny (from the creator of Zim's comics, is saying YIKES! because he's seeing Rugrats)

22. Get Rid of Butt Ugly Martians!

Butt Ugly Martians...What the hell was Nick high on?