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On March 30, 2012, Cartoon Network launched a new version of Cartoon Planet which focused on showing the network's cartoons from the 1990s and 2000s. Throughout the characters' dialogue, it is revealed that the original Space Ghost show is considered canon, preceding the events of the show.
A crudely drawn version of Brak can be seen at the end of the Sealab 2021 episode "ASHDTV".
On January 15, 2000, Cartoon Network had an election known as "Cartoon Campaign", where viewers could vote online for a character to be president. On Sunday March 19, 2000 the winner of the election was announced to be Scooby-Doo who received 17.4% of the more than three quarters of a million votes received, followed by The Powerpuff Girls with 11.1% and Bugs Bunny with 8.6%.
A mini-marathon of Scooby-Doo cartoons celebrated the election winner on Sunday, March 19, 2000.
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Brak is a fictional character and supervillain on the 1966 Hanna-Barbera animated series Space Ghost, portrayed as a catlike alien space pirate trying to conquer the galaxy.
Brak ended up not getting voted off the island and won the event.
In the episode "The Lure", Brak and Sisto had cat-like whiskers.
Brak and his brother Sisto returned in the premiere episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast in 1994, appearing as a parody of Beavis and Butt-Head. His character would develop more of a personality (as well as an expanded vocabulary) on the spin-off program Cartoon Planet, which premiered on TBS in 1995. Martin Croker in the first episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, but Andy Merrill took over the role for the series, as well as all of Brak's subsequent Cartoon Network/Adult Swim appearances.
This version of Brak is even more childlike and friendly than any previous depiction of him.
The Brak Show was added to the regular Adult Swim line-up on September 2, 2001.