Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures

Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures (also known as Larryboy) is an American 2D-animated children’s direct-to-video series which is a spin-off of the computer animated series VeggieTales created by Big Idea Entertainment. The series premiere titled „Larryboy and the Angry Eyebrows“, was released in March 16, 2002. The series finale „The Good, The Bad and the Eggly!“, was released on June 10, 2003 as it was affected by Big Idea’s bankruptcy. Unlike its predecessor VeggieTales, which was animated in CGI using Autodesk Maya, LarryBoy was animated in 2D animation using Adobe Flash. From September 2006 to September 2009, NBC aired the content of all four videos on its Qubo block alongside other VeggieTales episodes.

The video series revolves around the character Larry’s superhero alter-ego Larryboy as he tries to manage his life as a superhero while working as a janitor for the Daily Bumble newspaper in Bumblyburg non spill drink bottles.

The Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures series only carry over four characters from VeggieTales: Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato, Junior Asparagus, and Archibald Asparagus.

Awful Alvin releases a bunch of Angry Eyebrows all over Bumblyburg, which is someone holds on to their anger, an Angry Eyebrow sticks to their forehead.

Villain(s): Awful Alvin (Larry Whitaker)

The Alchemist sprays a chemical from his flower on LarryBoy, and if he brings someone down, they shrink. He captures the people who shrink in a box.

Villain(s): The Alchemist (Jerry Nelson) and Mother Pearl (Shari Belgaue)

Greta Von Gruesome, a fan of yodelers, kidnaps famous yodelers all over the world.

Villain(s): Greta Von Gruesome (Shari Belgaue)

Greta Von Gruesome and Awful Alvin steal Bumblyburg Science Labs‘ Over Easy Egg Ray, which turns any inanimate object into over easy eggs.

Villain(s): Awful Alvin (Larry Whitaker) and Greta Von Gruesome (Shari Belgaue)

The series was nominated for a Golden Reel Award in 2003 for Best Sound Editing in Direct to Video, but lost to The Adventures of Tom Thumb & Thumbelina. Furthermore, according to the creator Phil Vischer

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, fans of the original VeggieTales series criticized the series for its cheap-looking animation. Mixed with Big Idea’s bankruptcy at the time, the series ended after the release of only four videos.

All of the episodes were released in VHS and DVD formats head shaver. The four episodes were also released in one addition in the Bumblyburg Super-Hero Value Pack (2004), The Larryboy: Power Pack (2009), and the Larryboy Super Hero Power Pack (2012).