Written by ThanosCopter
on Saturday, June 16 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
MTV Geek is speculating that the Cartoon Network show has been cancelled.
MTV Geek is reporting that today's episode of Thundercats
, the Cartoon Network remake of the popular 1980's cartoon show, is likely the show's last. While the show's demise has been speculated since March, when Cartoon Network left the show off the list of returning programs for their 2012-2013 season. It's widely believed that the show failed due to poor scheduling and an inability to find a wide demographic.
However, not all hope is lost. Fans are desperately trying to rally to save the show from Mumm-Ra's evil grip. A petition has been created on Change.org (remember when that website was all about social activism?) to save the show, leading cosplayers to rally to their cause. To check out the petition, click here
. Or, you can just ogle their...interesting photo campaign below.
Source: MTV Geek
Written or Contributed by: ThanosCopter
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