A classic of Canadian animation ReBoot originally took to the tube on YTV back in 1994 and instantly became a fixture on the network for years to come. The first fully computer animated television series took place in the world of Mainframe, where a Guardian sprite named Bob battled against the evil virus Megabyte. Produced by the Vancouver based Mainframe Entertainment the series ran for forty-four episodes over seven years, and ultimately concluded with a gut wrenching cliffhanger as the show was canceled in 2001. Shortly after Mainframe went through a series of ownership changes, and in 2006 the animation studio took the name of its latest owner, Rainmaker. With many of the creative forces behind the show jumping ship ReBoot kind of died out with a webcomic, and a failed attempt at launching a movie franchise being the only new content for the series. Rainmaker hopes to change that as the company has announced a revival of the Mainframe brand for their television production unit with one of the cornerstones of that division being a new ReBoot show. Unfortunately details are kind of non-existent, which given this franchise’s history does not inspire confidence. Rainmaker set up the Bring Back ReBoot campaign to build hype for this new series, alongside other related products.