Thursday, December 22, 2005

Have a Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday and a Robotic New Year

Tried to get some Alex artwork up over the last couple days but Blogspot is not cooperating. Will try again in 2006, after we get back from our winterbreak. In the meantime check out our new 2006 calenadar at Cafe Press.

Best wishes to all our fans for a happy, joyful holiday season and a prosperous new year!


t2 said...

Hello Robot!
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,thank you for all the good things you gave tous in all this year.Greeting to you and for Jen.
(Feliz Navidad, Jenny)

Anonymous said...

I hope MLaaTR will have season 4 someday.

Anonymous said...

I hope "MLAATR" will have a season four someday, too.


Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you too, Rob! And of course to the Teen-Bot crew as a whole!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the show and all the hard work. This series in one of my real delights in life and the christmas episode (which I had not seen before) was a real treat for the holidays.

Chipping in my hopes and wishes for a 4th season as well.

Anonymous said...

I wish the whole crew and cast of "MLaaTR" a Merry Christmas.


Anonymous said...

I hope your festive season is going well and that you return, refreshed, for whatever Frederator throws at you in 2006.

Anonymous said...

merry belated christmas to you Mr. Renzetti.

XJ-0 said...

See ya Next year!

Nice job on the show and I hope you'll find a way to keep it going... unless you have other plans.

Teenage Robot Saga:

Anonymous said...

has anybody seen the "robot boy" on cartoon network

oh my what a coincidence that it is a white and blue robot with blue horns in its spherical head and blue bottom legs

Computerman said...

Yeah what a knock off do you think that this cartoon network show will take a nosedive?

XJKenny said...

Hi, Just wanted to wish Mr.Renzetti and the rest of the MLAATR crew and casts a merry christmas(late) and a happy new year. Is going to be a whole new year, and I will keep watching and supporting MLAATR show.

ErickXJ10's blog said...

Happy New Year ^^

2006 will be NICE year(i hope it)

In Brazil(or latin america) its came the Second Season ^^ yeaah

and Happy new Year Again to all


Anonymous said...

Happy New Year to all

Anonymous said...

Rob Renzeti, please beware! ROBOTBOY is Cartoon Network's way of getting revenge on your creation for what you did to WHATEVER HAPPENED TO ROBOT JONES?

Here's the story.
You created MLAATR. Second season of WHTRJ is coming out. CN's spies sees your work and the heroine sounds human. So the creator of WHTRJ decided to make Robot Jones' voice sound like a kid (except it is electronic). WHTRJ went downhill, and your show got attention from viewers like us.

Now CN is creating ROBOTBOY. Beware Rob Renzeti. Beware! Your show is in the brink of cancellation!

t2 said...

Well, what a helpfull comentary,man...

XJ-0 said...

Dude, artist and writers don't work for the same networks at all times.

They are human resources that can practically be used for thier talents by ANY network.

For all you know it could be the same artists responsible.

The same facts can be applied to actors and voice talents.

Anonymous said...

I know there is an assasin for hire today at 9 on Cartoon Network (i.e. ROBOT BOY).

Anonymous said...

what will we do, WHAT WILL WE DO,WHAT WILL WE DO!!!!!

Anonymous said...

There is sill hope for a season 4. Kim Possible that was in the same case (ended at the season 3) will have a new season. Here's the news :

"Fans of the Disney Channel's "Kim Possible" have convinced The Walt Disney Co. to reverse its policy of limiting animated series to three seasons.

The company announced Tuesday it was renewing the popular cartoon for a fourth season, reported.

Fans mounted a "Save Kim Possible" blitz that included petitions as well as an online write-in campaign, MediaWeek said.

The show has been a top draw for the Disney Channel, Toon Disney and the ABC Kids daytime programming block, MediaWeek noted.

Production on season four will begin in the next few weeks."

Keep working to save xj9!!!

Anonymous said...

Ha! I discovered that Robotboy is a MLAATR rip-off from France! This could mean that MLAATR was so popular that there was a rip-off. Smell a law-suit?




See what I mean.

StatelyPlump said...

Rip-off or not, it may or may not be a good or bad show. The flintstones was (were?) a ripoff of the honeymooners. The Monkees were a ripoff of the Beatles. Batfink was a ripoff of Batman . . . err, you get the idea.

That being said, I don't plan to set aside any particular time to catch Robot Boy, but I do try to give new cartoons a chance, even if it's sometimes the one and only time I'll watch. But yeah, I saw the ads and the first thing I said to myself was "Hm, where have I seen this before . . . I wonder if there's another show that's kind of like that . . . "

Of course, I also thought the same thing when I saw the ads for Atomic Betty, but this is even more similar since it's also a robot.

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