Eh, who knows? As long as they get as much creative freedom as the guys at Archie, this show could work wonders. As I recall, their restrains go so far as just never letting Sonic cry (as in weep}. Correct me if I'm wrong there. This makes me wish Ian Flynn could be writing this... NO. Seriously, NO. FUCK THAT. Teen Titans Go! is a prime example of how to turn a show from a critically acclaimed adventure series that does its own thing while still giving the longtime fans something to geek out about (as most DC and Marvel adaptations do}, to a cash in comedy that throws out everything that made the original successful except one part that will get people's attention: the IPs. The characters, environments, and song(sometimes?} are the only things collected from the ashes, but it becomes clear that this is not a rebirth the creators want; it's a series that goes the direction of a cheaply made sitcom to try and get fans of the original series to watch Robbin and the gang one last time while also getting people who love to sit around and just stare at a bunch of teenagers lose their brain cells, piss each other off and cause easily preventable drama (sounds familiar to shit like Jersey Shore without the interview segments, doesn't it?}. TL;DR, This s a kind of format that is pretty much the kiss of death for a series, and to many just feels like a waste of airtime. This isn't to say, for what it is, TTG is bad. From what I watched, it isn't all that great, but the writers do a good job of working with the direction (I assume} they've been given. Regardless, I hope Sonic Boom doesn't end up like a sitcom like TTG, but that idea came into my mind the second I saw "Sonic cartoon," and I hope to God I'm wrong :S Not to mention the animation. Oh good God THE ANIMATION in that show is just so STENCIL. The original show tried to be whacky and fun whenever we needed a comedic break, sure, but the overall style of the show was one that was dynamic, engaging, and gave us much more to look at than the character always giving us a somewhat side profile like so many disney cartoons a la Phineas and Ferb. At least that show often had some motion to it, but what I mean is, most of the time you see Phineas' face from the side so his head looks like a complete triangle. If you notice, almost every character does this, and it can get pretty boring. What Teen Titans and other cartoons does right is it presents a style where characters are really viewable from all angles. It gives you a better presentation of the world and a lot more room for action than what we have now with TTG. What would be stellar is if they take some inspiration from the Sonic OVA; I never got into that thing as much as everyone else, but the world it set up was fairly nice, and its art style pretty vivid and lively, not to mention whacky in some of the most hilarious ways whenever it wanted to be. Who can forget the famous "SHUT UP TAILS" scene? And yes, while the OVA did have its moments where the animation could be like a lot of Animes at the time, which is fairly choppy and characters standing completely still as they talk, at other times it could be really fun. But, oh, what would the OVA's style look like if it was totally smooth all the time? Luckily, Toei Animation gave us some badass examples, and one just so happens to be this show's namesake. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYW7-hNXZlM Good God I wish Toei could animate a Sonic cartoon... Also, Oh, you want to know when Ken Pontac (1/2 of the Colors writers} takes part in making a cartoon? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZM64h5T4Lc Use this to make whatever judgement you want about that.