A few days ago, I created an article for a deleted YouTube channel. However, I just read a comment that explains why this media is lost. For privacy reasons, I've been asked that this page be taken down.
Toonix. Those blockhead things on Cartoon Network. Creepy and unsettling. They look like Rip Bonkoski. Maybe oughta just not even care about Toonix anymore and look at something more interesting than f***ing blockheaded snitches. Not to be rude but can you please make people who would work good here admins. See ya!
There was this toy line for kids revolving around medieval kings and I think it was toy line for boys but I'm still unclear whether or not if that was the case.
Anyway, it had an animation short to promote the toy. It starts with a boy and a girl having lunch outside...when all of the sudden these two goth/emo looking girls show up and start bullying the boy and after they left, the girl questions him why he can't stand up to them...after a discussion the boy goes off to think on how he's going to stand up to them. He then comes across a portal(?) and is teleported to a medieval realm where there was a conflict going...the boy eventually solves the conflict and is teleported back home, where he confronts the two bullies and they decided to leave him and his friend alone.
That's how I remember it, I only saw it once while I was younger, maybe in the mid to late 2000's, the animation and the toy line on which it was based on also looks like it was made in the late 1990's.
Maybe you can help me out on it. The picture on the side is what I image the characters in question...maybe that'll give you some clues.
After reading the page on the Sesame Street bootleg yesterday, l was myself so upset that l sent an email about it to the Sesame Street workshop, informing them of what l'd read. You see, l know what it's like to be frightened by something on T.V. or video. In my case, the show was Porky's Movie Mystery, a 1938 Looney Tune in which Porky - as Mr. Motto, the Japanese detective - tracks down a Phantom who turns out to be the lnvisible Man himself. I know the animators didn't intend it, but l was scared out of my socks by the lnvisible Man.
FireboltTheCoolCat wrote: It was not made by the sesame workshop, its a bootleg/
Yes, it's really a bootleg one.
We should organize a search for it, I know its out there. I a week or so I will be able to go to my moms house where my VHS tapes are, and I will look there. I just hope it wasnt recored over or something.