Greetings, I’m a fan who was watched this franchise grow with fans from the 2011 reboot and then die out over the years of no cartoon content. I am also a Transformers fan, who has studied that franchises growth patterns as well as TMNT. ThunderCats Roar is cartoon that is supposed to be released in 2019 and is being produced by the OK K.O Let’s Be Hero’s animation team and some of Teen Titans GO!’s writing staff. Although it’s slated to be released this year there has been no promos or talk of it anymore. Now this my friends is something to be worried about. I believe this franchise needs Roar to run its corse, or there will be consequences. For a franchise to stay relevant to the times, it has to change; this can be seen in both the Transformers and TMNT. Both cartoons have had a teen and up shows and “kiddy” shows, Transformers having a ton. There is a theme with Transformers reboots: a stretch of cartoons for kids then a teen and up cartoon and then back again to the kiddy. ThunderCats has only had the original (kiddy, it was made to sell toys to the younger masses), and the 2011 reboot. Roar is here for the final stage of “kiddy” cartoons, or the cartoons that producers pick to revive a franchise. They need a new and younger audience to sell toys to since the 2011 audience died off and the original fans are not immortal. This franchise needs Roar, not the fandom. To let ThunderCats keep afloat on its very leaky raft we need new repairs, so it won’t sink into the “Sea of the Lost” like Gargoyles, SilverHawks, Battle of the Planets, Gummi bears and Care Bears. If Roar doesn’t boot up because of adults being absolutely horrible to its creators, we will not get a new ThunderCats reboot or a while. This leads me to my final point. I will fully blame all of you who have harassed content creators (artists) and, ahem, baby raged over this reboot when Roar dies. Yes, I don’t like the Teen Titan GO! aspects but it has been chosen. It’s for the kids not some adult who wants to see a mature repeat of the original cartoons story, go rewatch the original cartoon or the new He-Man reboot. Not to mention all of you who now love the 2011 reboot had a chance to support it but alas it was to “anime”. I hope that you DunderCats (the Gewunners of this franchise) don’t get a reboot after this one fails because It’s humiliating to be a part of a fandom who has resorted to cyber bully to get their way.