Voltron Force, interestingly, looks like it's a sequel series to the original, though I'm not sure what to think of it. I know I'm well beyond the target audience of it, and I still have the original series here with me so it certainly doesn't ruin it, but making it all hip and cool breaks apart how cheesy and corny the original was, which is part of the charm. Still, if the kids like it then I guess that's fine, though I'm always wary of new versions of shows where they introduce new, younger characters, especially when said characters kind of scream token characters (black kid, vaguely Hispanic kid, and non-girly girl). I am kinda interested in how it looks like Voltron itself can have different torsos/helmets though. If nothing else, hopefully it elads somewhere, as opposed to the pretty decent Robotech: Shadow Chronicles that left it wide open for another movie and......stopped there.
Thundercats, on the other hand, looks really well done from the trailer. It looks like it might follow in the footsteaps of the Masters of the Universe reboot from 2002 or - techncially and objectively superior to the original in every way but nostalgia factor. Alas, that might also mean it might falter if it pays too much attention to the crusty old fanboys like He-Man did, rather then appease them but ultimately remember the kids as the various TF's have. Still, it looks good enough, though I'm sure Cheetara (and Lion-o I suppose) will usher in a new era of furries.
I'd show TMNT, but that "trailer" is really just text, sound effects, and rough CG models, so no point in that. All the same, I'm kinda amused by the "it worked 20 years ago, so dammit we'll do it again!" attitude they have in making this all over again, cyncially trying to dupe all the older fans of the original shows into biting as well. Unfortuantely, most companies tend to forget that the reaosn why a few reboots have worked out so well is because they were well made shows on their own rather then because it's just a trend, and they did a very good job of balancing out taking care of the kids along with respecting the original source amterial, all under the umbrella that this is there to make money, but of course no one pays attention to that.
Except the last part, funnily enough.
Eh, who knows. All I knwo si that it seems Nicktoons, with these three shows plus the new Power Rangers is pretty comfortable in bring back old shows. Wonder what's next.....