The winner of this matchup is Winnie The Pooh 2011, which got 2 votes. My Little Pony Rainbow Road Trip got nothing. The next matchup is between Alvin And The Chipmunks Meet The Wolfman and Scooby Doo: Frankencreepy.
The winner of this matchup is Operation Zero, which got 6 votes. House Of Bloo's got nothing. The next matchup is between the 2011 Winnie The Pooh movie and My Little Pony: Rainbow Road Trip. The latter is just barely an hour long, but it still qualifies.
The winner of this matchup is Kung Fu Panda, which got 2 votes. Mulan got 1 vote. The next matchup is between "House Of Bloo's" from Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends and "Operation: Zero" from Codename: Kids Next Door.
I think David Kaye might've done additional dialogue for Deathstroke in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract due to the death of Miguel Ferrer. I mean, he also replaced him as Vandal Savage in Young Justice and Stretch Monster in Stretch Armstrong And The Flex Fighters.
It would be kind of interesting to see Mainframe Studios do more collaborations with other companies. I mean, they've made good looking projects with Mattel Television (Barbie movies and shows) and DreamWorks (Madagascar A Little Wild, Team Zenko Go). It'd be fun to see them up with Warner Brothers Animation or Disney Television Animation.
The Polly Pocket episode "Big Babies" and the Barbie It Takes Two episode "Triple Threat" are different in terms of plot and message. They're similar in how they're both good episodes where the characters act really immature.
Given how Brandon Vietti is a wrestling fan, it is kind of surprising that he didn't work on the Flintstones/WWE movie since he worked on both Scooby movies and the Jetsons one. Maybe he was busy with those movies as well as the Lego DC DVD movies he was working on.