Les Studios Tex

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Les Studios Tex
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An actual animation studio named after a bad cartoon.
Industry: Animation
Founded: March 1997
Defunct: 2004
Parent: DiC Entertainment


Les Studios Tex S.A.R.L. was a French subsidiary of DiC Entertainment. Not much is known about the company themselves, but they were likely founded in 1997 (around the time The Wacky World of Tex Avery was being created) and closed in 2004, around the time when Sabrina's Secret Life was finished.

Why Their Shows Sucked

  1. Very sub-par and cheap-looking animation. It doesn't help their shows are made on a very low budget.
  2. Bad character designs.
  3. Bad grasp on the source materials they adapt.
    • This is because most of their shows include educational features or values to meet an FCC E/I criteria.
  4. None of the shows they produced lasted more than one season, due to the poor reception they received.
  5. Bad voice acting.
  6. The company's logos are bland and uncreative.
    • The first company's logo looks lazy, it's just The Wacky World of Tex Avery's logo but with Les Studios Tex instead of the show's name on it.
    • The second logo looks ugly, and also does not look like the character Tex from The Wacky World of Tex Avery.
    • The third and final company's logo from Sabrina's Secret Life looks extremely dull, since it's just only the three initials of the studio, LST and the studio's name in silver in a black background.
  7. The studio's name is an insult to Tex Avery's work, much like the show it was named after.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The shows they produced still have the DIC Entertainment feel to them.
  2. Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century and Archie's Weird Mysteries aren't bad shows, especially the latter.
    • Speaking of the former, it used a cross between 3D animation and 2D animation, and wasn't bad for its time.

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Triggeredrepatillo

one month ago
Score 1
god dang trash.

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