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most pointing out the show's poor attempt to emulate American animated shows, notably the uncanny character resemblances to Family Guy, as well as the poor art designs of the characters in general.
Ian Hyland of The Daily Mail wrote: "it's rather apt that they've called it Full English. would have it for breakfast.", This series was created for Cartoon Network by Ben Jones and was globally panned, with writers of entertainment-related publications criticizing the visual style and writing.
and company really have a passion for animation, but the weak stories epitomize empty, heavy-handed shock value.
[...] All in all, only a few of these six uneven adventures show sparks of promise, while others fall victim to the same problems that arose when Games Animation took over: the balance between sick humor and controlled chaos just wasn't treated with respect.
Real Monsters and little of the cockeyed charm." The Hollywood Reporter called it "a somewhat vacuous effort that lacks the charm and substance of much of Nick's other programming" but added "now and again [the creators] hit on some clever high jinks."This 1994 series created by Danny Antonucci had a short run on MTV and was met with generally negative reception from critics. Clark of the Chicago Tribune said that with the series, MTV "created the most repulsive creatures ever to show up on a television screen" and "accomplished the seemingly impossible." and it was described by Harry Mc Cracken as setting "a standard for awfulness that no contemporary TV cartoon has managed to surpass".
Like Paddy the Pelican, Bucky and Pepito was produced by Sam Singer, a man notorious for his low-budget (but not stylized) animation.
The show has been the target of a barrage of often-vicious and dark anti-Barney humor since its debut. The children were usually dressed to look like the original performers, including the clothing and make-up.
The show made many adult viewers uncomfortable because it often showed the child singers dressing and dancing in imitation of the provocative styles of the original adult performers.
It is exceedingly rare, but has gained some fame for appearing on Jerry Beck's "Worst Cartoons Ever." On the DVD, he states that he has not found any evidence that it was aired on TV.Critical reception for the Nickelodeon animated series was largely negative.Joanne Weintraub of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel described the show as "a rare clinker with all the noisy hyperactivity of Aaahh!!!It’s just one horribly stupid, cringe-inducing moment after another with characters who are truly loathsome and unpleasant." Robert Bianco of USA Today also gave the show a negative review, saying it was "nasty and brutish", "rarely funny", and made them "hate every character except Julie".Nonetheless, a positive review came from the Chicago Sun-Times, saying the show had "comedic potential." Metacritic had an overall review of 40% for the show.