Here’s the Deal. As other posts have undoubtedly told you by now, despite all the hype and promotion, Nu-Ducktales is nothing more than a goodish show weighed down by unappealing or uninteresting characterizations, stretch focus, much of which goes to the weaker parts of the show, and an insecure veneer of genre savviness that keeps the show from capturing the spirit of it’s supposed influences, rather than just the word.
Mean while Caballeros id a show that had nothing but rumors and a release in the global equivalent of an isolated backwoods, and only saw the light of day thanks to Flipanon, yet not only avoided every single problem that plagued Nu-Ducktales, but delivered the kind of genuine feeling of heart and adventure that people here had been yearning for for years.
So you have a show with too much backing to fail, that only ended up being so-so, and a diamond in the rough that was almost lost media.
Now add onto this that prior to the leaks, Angones, the head of Nu-Ducktales had made a post on Tumblr, where he had claimed to have seen an episode of Caballeros, and dismissed it as being a kiddy show for toddlers. When some one later called him out on this, he backpedaled and said that he had only seen a small segment, which wasn’t enough to get a conclusive image, despite the fact that he had made a rather conclusive statement. The person who asked him hadn’t question him on the inconsistency, but most people aren’t so easily trusting. The only real possibilities to explain this are A. Angones is a mouthy Moron who doesn’t know that his words have consequences, which is unlikely since those kinds of people tend to out themselves fairly easily, or
B. He purposely tried to push Lot3C down into being dismissed, either because he felt threatened by it, or for some reason.
With all that, it’s not hard to see why Nu-Ducktales has a bit of bad blood with 3C.