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Published on Jan 21, 2014
Everything that has ever been imagined, every book, every TV show, every movie, every cartoon, exists in another plane of reality. When a TV show airs or a book is written, a new world is born; the world of that book or show given life by the minds and thoughts by all that created and viewed it.
And once a fictional world has been created, it grows. It changes, even if the project that inspired it has ended. The very minute a fictional world comes into being, it absorbs. Duplicating elements from reality, other fictional worlds and the creators' and viewer's thoughts, the world becomes something almost unrecognisable from what it originally was.
The Lobo Family was an old cartoon about a family of anthropomorphic wolves living in a world where anthropomorphic wolves were the dominant species. When that cartoon aired, a whole new world was created, as simple and as joyful as the cartoon that created it. Over time, however, elements of reality began to creep in. The wolves of that world in some ways acted more like wolves - they ate bugs and raw meat - but they also began to act more like us. Elements that weren't even mentioned in the original cartoon - murder and war and crime - began to manifest, and to the residents' knowledge, it was always this way.
Fellow cartoon Barking Benjamin knows this. And he's going to do something about it.