I thought some of you might find this interesting. This is an article from Newsarama about the cancellation of Krypto the Super Dog, the last remaining DC comics cartoon on Cartoon Network: Full article, with pictures. Now, why I bring this up here is that this would really help explain why Transformers has been treated so badly by CN. It's not because the shows are bad or because CN doesn't like action cartoons, it's because Hasbro gets the money from TF merchandise and CN doesn't. So if Cartoon Network can come up with a new show that they get primary licensing cash from, they'll drop show like Transformers or JLU that have an outside party getting most of the profit. Just thought this would provide an interesting little glimpse at why we need to wake up before sunrise if we want to watch Transformers on television.