But can it sell toys? Only boys want robot toys. We'd have to redo all the character designs to get the Monster High/BRATZ consumer dollar. And what demographic are we marketing this it to? Children? Tweens? Teens? If we're going for an older audience how about a live action tween sitcom version of the property? If anything though we'd pull a Power Puff Girls reboot with it (low cost, high yield) and hand it off to Butch Hartman or maybe that Johnny Test studio, kids love Whipcracks. At the end of the day though that's money that could be going towards another season of Fairly Odd Parents or Spongebob, proven brands of the signature Nicktoon family.
Then again, when have you ever known us to make prudent or competitive decisions, if we wouldn't capitalize on Invader Zim or jump on the Adventure Time pilot why the fuck would we jump on this?
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