Welcome to the latest episode of THN Cover to Cover, the weekly, comic book call-in show where YOU control the topics! In Cover to Cover, we answer the Question of the Week and talk about whatever nerdy subjects come to mind!
This week’s question comes Phil Lee: What silly Cartoon/TV show from your past do you think could be revamped for a serious/mature audience? What, if any, changes would you make? Would you make the “The Dukes of Hazard” a gritty southern crime piece about a family of shine-runners during prohibition? Does “Fat Albert” become a dramedy about a group of kids dealing with social adversity in a drug-riddled neighborhood?
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