This is an ACF Special Report
Stuart Snyder, who has been Cartoon Network's president since the aftermath of the Boston Bomb Scare, has resigned. As we recall, ever since taking over after Jim Samples' resignation, Snyder ruined Cartoon Network beyond recognition by ditching the "All Cartoons, All the Time" format, in favor for imports, Pokémon clone themed animes, and most disturbing of all, live action shows and movies. Snyder had such a bad reputation that some people think of him as either the spawn of the devil or the real life equivalent to Judge Doom. I've recently been tweeting for Snyder's termination on my twitter account after he and his cronies lied about Beware the Batman returning on January. As a Batman fan, I am offended. I may not like it because of the lack of Batman's classic rogues gallery aside from Ra's Al-Ghul, but this show deserves a chance before judging it complete. With Snyder's resignation being legit, being for real this time, Cartoon Network may have a chance to return to its former glory, including bringing action cartoons and Japanese anime back in the fold. For more information, visit the following site:
This is a good day to be an Animation Crusader and those who want to see justice done. Zarghami, Iger, Sweeney and Nikki Reed are next. But for now, let us celebrate this righteous moment. We've won.
(Throws a punch; shouts like Bruce Lee)