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As a kid I liked Taz-Mania very much but re-watching the show after many years I like it even more. Taz-Mania is such a fun, underrated little show, with so much to like. The animation has so much vibrancy and colour especially in the backgrounds that make you wish you were there, and the theme song is one of the catchiest ones I've heard in a while. While I had always considered the writing and slapstick smart and funny, as an adult I could also appreciate it for how sophisticated it was, something that for some reason I missed from a child perspective. The story lines were bright and breezy, not as formulaic as I expected them to be. The characters are very engaging with great, memorable personalities, and I have to say Taz-Mania changed my perception of Taz. The show actually to me expanded on the slightly bland personality he had(especially opposite Bugs) in the Looney Tunes cartoons and here he is rather sweet and likable. I love the family members, his boss and the hunters just as much, while some of the characters have the occasional annoying moment the lively personalities really grow on you. The voice acting, from some of the best voice actors of the day(Jim Cummings, Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche and more), I have no qualms with at all. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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