Hanna Barbera Wikia
Also worth adding to individual show/character pages: Catchphrases and interesting quotes from the several characters (in the latter instance, giving details as to the specific episode same is from).Larryellis.reed (talk) 14:14, October 11, 2014 (UTC)
Two articles worth adding:
- Discussing the Dogs of Hanna-Barbera (anthropomorphic and otherwise), especially so by suggesting the likely breeds of especially the more obscure canine characters (even considering where Scooby-Doo and kin are Great Danes, Muttley and Mumbly are scrubs, Bandit from Johnny Quest is a bulldog, Woofer from Clue Club is a bloodhound and Flooky from Trollkins is--well--a "drawg").
- One given over to the Urban Legends and Myths of Hanna-Barbera, encompassing as much the several shows as Messrs. Hanna and Barbera themselves, the studio and individual characters. Veracity and accuracy thereof to be rated on a 1-5 scale of increasing truthfulness (i.e., 1 being false and 5 being accurate)--as in dog treats (cf. the Snuffles gag on Quick Draw McGraw from time to time--or, better still, chaws of beef jerky such as Rawhide Clyde would trick Bristletooth with on Crazy Claws, drawing on the preceding as precedent), reinforced by apropos quotes like Yogi's "Smarter than the average bear!", Shaggy's "Zoinks!" or Scoot's "Wavy chitlin gravy!".Larryellis.reed (talk) 16:09, November 3, 2014 (UTC)
Article we'd love to see: One devoted to Hanna-Barbera characters as have appeared on postage stamps, postal stationery and Aerogrammes issued by Universal Postal Union (UPU) member states since The Jetsons appeared on several such issued by Outer Mongolia in 1990. Likewise with any appearences on Christmas Seals and similar issued around the end-of-year holiday season by anti-tubuculerosis organisations in aid thereof.Larryellis.reed (talk) 17:04, January 22, 2015 (UTC)
New article worth seeing: One devoted to the comic books featuring Hanna-Barbera characters, as arranged chronologically and by publisher (viz., Dell Four-Colour, Gold Key/Whitman, Charlton, Marvel, Archie and DC Comics). Not just such given over to specific characters, but also such anthologies featuring several characters in the same edition (e.g., such Gold Key titles as Hanna-Barbera Bandwagon, Hanna-Barbera Super TV Heroes and Hanna-Barbera Fun-In and Marvel's Hanna-Barbera TV Stars), usually designed to introduce new characters.Larryellis.reed (talk) 19:34, March 1, 2015 (UTC)
How about an article discussing the influence of Hanna-Barbera's shows upon the English language (in particular such finding their way into the argot of certain groups; e.g., "Barney" and "Wilma" becoming popular in surfing circles to describe, respectively, an inept surfer who steals a wave and an awful-looking woman)? Larryellis.reed (talk) 18:12, April 6, 2015 (UTC)
Who wants to add new photos today?