I’ve decided that Jerry Mouse will, instead of starting off imprisoned by the Animal Cruelty Squad with Tom like in Heroes Vs Villains and Non-Disney Heroes vs Villains, start off as one of Avatar’s Pets within his tower. And using plot elements from the Direct-to-Video film Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring, he will wind up sticking a magical ring on his head, which in the context of my series will be a treasure Avatar collected and preserves from a previous adventure he once had, giving the lovable mouse magical powers, and he will find himself following Avatar and whatever Cartoon Network and Non-Disney heroes he, Elinore, Peace and Weehawk will team up with.
Here are all the carnivorous dinosaurs who will be in Ogthar’s Army of Sharpteeth in Cartoon Network & Non-Disney Animation Heroes vs Villains.
- Feathered Allosaurus
- The Nightfeeder (Primal)
- The Raptors (Primal)
I just watched the MGM Friz Freleng cartoon As The Worm Turns on the Boomerang App and I figured it’s characters have some potential in these crossover battles. Mainly it’s depiction of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Here’s the roster of Woodland Animal Heroes for my friend Saverio Gamba’s All Out Heroes vs Villains series.
- The Great Prince
- Winnie the Pooh
- Rutt and Tuke
- Jason Funderbunker
In the original Courage The Cowardly Dog cartoon, we’ve all come to know Eustace Bagge as the bitter and mean old man who’s always had a gripe against the “stupid dog” we all know and love, but we never would get a clear reason why that is besides the fact his wife is paying more attention to Courage than to him. So I came up with a backstory which offers explanation towards Eustace’s canine prejudice. As it turns out, when Eustace was a child, he lived as the unloved son while his brother got all the glory. A miserable childhood he indeed had, but it turns out he had one relative who actually cared for him and it happened to be his uncle, who will be represented by The Hunter from The Plague Dogs. One day, the hunter took his nephew Eusta…