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    Otaku No Video Podcast

    Otaku No Video Podcast

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    Otaku No Video Podcast is a series of anime reviews from Brent Newhall. The show consists of guides to anime fandom for beginners and two specials that offer deeper insights into the Japanese cartoons. Host Brent Newhall attempts to give viewers in-depth information on their favorite anime series in a straightforward way and evades spoiler info by exploring production issues or why a particular style was chosen for each film. In His and Her Circumstances, Newhall comments on the style of the art and how budget constraints affected animation quality in the shoujo romantic comedy. Episode 5, ZZ Gundam, offers viewers information that might make them want to watch the often-dismissed series. Newhall also offers up his take on the psychological thriller called Paprika and even takes a look at the very first full-length anime film, a 1945 cartoon called Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors. Other films and series covered in Otaku No Video include Evangelion, Mobile Suit Gundam, Zeta Gundam, Kino's Journey and Sky Blue.moreless
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    Happy Tree Friends

    Happy Tree Friends

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    What's cute, cuddly and horribly wrong? The adorable and extremely dangerous lives of the Happy Tree Friends, of course. Join these cute, sweet little critters as they picnic in the trees, frolic happily in the forest, step on bear traps, and into the paths of speeding cars. So join in with all your favorite furry animals, their great adventures and graphically horrific accidents and dismemberments and don't forget to wash your hands first!

    This guide will cover all information and episodes including all episodes from HappyTreeFriends.com!



    Season 1 Section: All web-premieres/exclusives listed in the "Watch Episodes" page (excluding Smoochies and Kringles).
    Season 2 Sections: All TV episodes.
    Season 3 Section: New HTF Webisodes (Post-TV series)
    Season 4 Sections: Ka-Pow! Episodes

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    Character Guide:
    Cuddles: This cute little yellow bunny will make you laugh and cry as he runs along playfully, making mischief or being eaten by a crocodile.

    Giggles: This shy and sweet little chipmunk will make you go "aww" with her "giggly" attitude.

    Handy: This helpful carpenter beaver will give you a hand, or rather, what's left of it.Lumpy: The blue dim-witted moose, whose attempts at doing anything become a disaster warning.

    Toothy: The buck-toothed beaver who tends to bite off more than he can chew.

    Nutty: The screwy squirrel with a sweet tooth with sweets sticking all over himself. Sugary situations turn sour when he gets involved.

    Petunia: The skunk who is as sweet as she smells (also wears an air freshener necklace)!

    Sniffles: The nosy, nerdy anteater who always sticks his nose into trouble.

    Splendid: Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It's Splendid the Flying Squirrel! This super-powered flying squirrel will do whatever a super-powered flying squirrel can to save you from danger!

    Flaky: The prickly porcupine usually gets her pines in a prickle, I mean, pickle while fearing the many perils that surround her!

    The Mole: This mole with a mole may be blind, but he can still see what's what's going on around him. Not really, but still manages to survive most of the time.

    Disco Bear: He's not dead...yet! This break-dancing bear likes to get his groove on and the disco ball off-of him.

    Russell: Avast matey's! Pirate otter spotted off the port bow! Searching for pirate booty rather than having it handed it to him.

    Mime: The reindeer with actions that speak louder than words and won't shut up!

    Lifty and Shifty: These thievious little raccoon brothers will swipe anything they can get their grubby little hands on. They just need to work on getting away with it.

    Cro-Marmot: Literally, the first "inanimate character." This ice-encaved, prehistoric cave marmot will do "absolutely nothing" to make you laugh.

    Flippy: War-torn and relieved of his military duties, this gentle bear veteran will reminisce old battles and "share" them with you personally.

    Pop: The man of the house who does what he can to keep his son from danger, only to bring it to him.

    Cub: Loveable, huggable, cutesy "cuddable" baby bear Cub loves to play and explore the world around him. Under the (sort of) watchful eye of Pop, he stays out of trouble and into danger.moreless
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    Ruffus The Dog

    Ruffus The Dog

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    The award winning video series "Ruffus The Dog" features a wise-cracking canine who lives in a bookshop and loves to imagine himself as the hero is classic fairy tales. Silly gags and great songs make each of these delightful tales fun for audiences of all ages. It's not really a cartoon series though - it uses puppets, miniatures and storybook illustrations to create the fanciful fairy tale worlds for each story. Created and produced in Canada by Robert Mills, the series originally aired on YTV Canada and has since been shown in numerous markets around the world.moreless
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    Wonder Twins

    Wonder Twins

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    Wonder Twins is the Adult Swim animated series which follows the adventures of the extraterrestrial superhero twins, Zan and Jayna. Adult Swim is the cable network that shares channel space with Cartoon Network, taking over the airwaves from 9:00PM to 6:00AM for some wild and crazy adult-oriented fun. The channel launched in 2001, and features animated shows, both original and syndicated, often geared to the 18 and up crowd. With hit shows like The Venture Bros., Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and more, the channel has cemented itself as a cult favorite amongst late night viewers who might be under the influence of certain substances. Zan and Jayna are twin comic book heroes who made their debut in The All-New Super Friends Hour. Their powers are activated when they touch each other and say "WonderTwin Powers Activate!", giving them the power to transform into anything they imagine. The Adult Swim shorts featured the Twins, but in a much more comedic way. Adding in some bizarrely dark Adult Swim-style humor, the classic Saturday morning cartoon action is refreshed for a new late-night audience.moreless
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    Pale Force

    Pale Force

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    This brainchild of Jim Gaffigan debuted on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. In this online show an effeminate Conan stands alongside a superhero known as Pale Man.
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    Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy

    Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy

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    Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy
    Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy is a series of web based shorts from the creator of Family Guy. The episodes are in the form of the cutaway gags that are used frequently in Family Guy and have a similar tone of lampooning figure in popular culture. The shorts all share biting satire and the use of absurd elements to show pop culture in a different light. 23 episodes were released online, with an additional 27 shorts available on the DVD. The premiere episode 'Super Mario Rescues the Princess' highlights satirical way that the shorts apply real life behavior to pop culture staples. After defeating the dragon, Mario asks Princess for a kiss for rescuing her, and the Princess refuses. The two then get into a long, humorous argument about the difficulty Mario had go through to save the Princess and why she won't kiss him. Eventually, Mario gives up and leaves, letting the dragon he previously defeated kill the Princess. The shorts run about one to two minutes and include an intro animated segment from the sponsor.moreless
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    Wormtooth Nation

    Wormtooth Nation

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    Wormtooth Nation is an acclaimed steampunk web series written and directed by Maharishi University students Geoff Boothby and Cullen Thomas. The webisodes are about the last remnants of human society that live in an underground complex. The society is led by Baron O'Brien (Ben Etsy), a man who desires to prolong the city's existence until it ultimately caves in. The Baron has no intention of giving up his power and firmly believes that the city should remain in operation. Tania (Elizabeth Hughes) is the Baron's beautiful mistress who is loved by all. The city, however, is sitting on a powder keg. Some inhabitants don't see eye to eye with the Baron and have plans of their own. Several of the complex dwellers including Hella (Helena-Grace Treadwell), Sam (Matt Ticciati), Robin (Ted Walker) and Bottom (David J. Murphy) attempt to reach the surface. Each attempt is thwarted by a mysterious loss of memory.moreless
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    A Comicbook Orange

    A Comicbook Orange

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    A Comicbook Orange
    A Comicbook Orange is a weekly comic book webseries that connects the viewer with top industry creators through a series of reviews and interviews. Host Casey McKinnon sits down with the minds behind celebrated comics to get the inside scoop. The show is co-written by Rudy Jahchan and directed by Josh Allard, and together they aim to interact with their audience while providing creative intros and outros, custom special effects, and much more.moreless
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    Norabbits' Minutes

    Norabbits' Minutes

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    Shochiku
    Norabbits' Minutes is an animated show that follows rabbits Nora and Mini through their daily lives and activities. Using stop-motion animation, Nora and Mini's thoughts are expressed using animated speech bubbles filled with pictures of what they are saying rather than actual text, and no dialogue is spoken throughout the show. The speech of characters is instead represented by different sounds, namely a high-pitched squeak for Mini and a lower whistle for Nora. Nora tends to be the more level-headed and responsible rabbit, while Mini is more hyperactive and impulsive. The only other characters on the show are a pair of carrots who stop by to visit the rabbits, sometimes with disastrous results. Created by the Japanese studio I.Toon as one of the projects celebrating the 110th anniversary of movie studio Shochiku Co., Ltd., Norabbits' Minutes features five episodes, each with a run time of about three minutes, paying homage to the animated shorts that once played before films.moreless
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    Homestar Runner Holiday

    Homestar Runner Holiday

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    Homestar Runner Holiday collects the holiday specials released through the popular cartoon website, Homestar Runner. Homestar Runner is a flash cartoon and internet phenomenon. Created in 1996 as a parody of bad children's books, Homestar Runner found its way to the internet in 2000 when brothers and writing duo Matt and Mike Chapman learned Flash and decided to animate their first cartoon. The series never strays from it's children's literature roots but the humor can be appreciated by all ages. The Chapman brothers, or the Brothers Chaps as they call themselves, created several sub-series in the Homestar Runner universe. These series include Homestar Runner Holiday, Limozeen, Teen Girl Squad, and the wildly popular Strong Bad E-mails. The Homestar Runner Holiday series includes specials for several holidays, some real, some fictional. Thanksgiving, Halloween, Mother's Day, and the Superbowl have all received their own toons, as well as the Homestar universe's take on Christmas, Decemberween.moreless
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    91.8 The Fan

    91.8 The Fan

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    91.8 The Fan from BLIP.TV is the world's first 24 hour, seven-day a week, live anime web radio show. Featuring new DJs every single hour, 91.8 The Fan focuses on all things related to Asian culture. The show's hosts have conducted hundreds of in-depth interviews with a variety of people involved in anime, manga, music, video games, voice acting, visual arts, comic books or other aspects of geek culture and showcases music from the most popular anime series.moreless
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    ToonJet Cartoon Channel

    ToonJet Cartoon Channel

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    ToonJet Cartoon Channel is an animated web show that provides viewers with 24/7 access to cartoons. The cartoons featured on the web show vary from old black and white cartoons that debuted decades ago to popular present day cartoons. Some of the cartoons featured on the show include Tom and Jerry, Superman and Dragonball Z. Most of the cartoons are offered in English, but there are some cartoons that are available in Japanese, Spanish and other languages.moreless
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    Howdy Town

    Howdy Town

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    Howdy Town is a live action and animated DVD series directed by Paul Eagleston and written by Cameron Dayton, Damian Dayton and Paul Eagleston. The series stars three delightful miniature ponies that talk and sing. Ivy, Bo and Arrow live in a world reminiscent of the old west where they connect with their human friends and learn valuable life lessons. Characters such as Happy (Big Budah), Annie (Carrie Stringfellow) and Cowboy Dan (Craig Fisher) interact with their pony friends and learn from each others' experiences. Timeless moral lessons such as sharing, honesty and responsibility are told from the perspective of the pony's wild west world. These lessons are then reinforced by songs that children can sing along to. Another goal of Howdy Town is to help children feel good about themselves. This series is pleasant and viewable, perfect for family movie night. Howdy Town encourages everyone to be the best they can be!moreless
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    Angry Kid

    Angry Kid

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    Angry Kid is an adult content stop motion animated web series created and directed by Darren Walsh. The show features a foul-mouthed, troubled 15-year-old red head, better known as Angry Kid, who is well known by his local police department. Angry Kid is not very smart, mean to other kids and constantly has a runny nose. Other characters that appear on the show include Angry Kid's little sister, Lil' Sis, and his geeky best friend Speecy.moreless
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    Teen Girl Squad

    Teen Girl Squad

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    Teen Girl Squad is a spin off animated comedic web series by the hilarious master minds of Homestar Runner. There's too much to say about the stand out character of Strong Bad's, crudely drawn, purposely lackluster cartoon done on notebook paper. First off, it's hilarious, absurd and completely random humor that we love. Second, it's a web comedy cult favorite. And lastly, third, the plot- it focuses on four girls: Cheerleader, So and So, What's Her Face, and The Ugly One all who try their best to fit in at high school. Getting prom dates, shopping for clothes, enjoying things like "Decemberween" and Valentine's day or just being girls where ever they happen to be that day, Teen Girl Squad is a laugh out loud take on teen drama but, much like any good comedy, situations arise, birds attack, buses collide, people get "arrowed". So watch it, trust us- you'll agree it's "SO GOOD!".moreless
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    Spartacus: Blood and Sand - The Motion Comic

    Spartacus: Blood and Sand - The Motion Comic

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    Starz
    Spartacus: Blood and Sand - The Motion Comic is a violent historical motion web comic developed as a companion series to the Starz series, Spartacus: Blood and Sand, which follows the former warrior-turned gladiator, Spartacus (Andy Whitfield), viciously and doggedly fighting for his freedom. While the main series focuses on its namesake, Spartacus: Blood and Sand - The Motion Comic centers around Spartacus's companions and gladiatorial adversaries, all men with their own thirst for vengeance. Arkadios had once been a proud Greek warrior the Romans enslaved him and sold him as cruel entertainment on the sandy arena floor. The horrifying Gargan Twins, Decimus and Tiberius, had been born for the arena feral, evil, and cannibals and when they were captured, the legendary Crixus tries to take down the unstoppable devourers. Barca had not always been known as the Beast of Carthage when he failed to save his mother from the hands of the Roman marauders. Then, there was Theokoles, the Shadow of Death, a fighter no blade could touch, no man could defeat, every man feared. This companion series is a new style of motion comic that merges the visual appeal of traditional comic books with original voice acting and a musical score.moreless
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    Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles

    Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles

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    Rooster Teeth
    Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles centers on two opposing teams of soldiers fighting a civil war in the middle of a desolate box canyon (Blood Gulch), in a parody of first-person shooter (FPS) games, military life, and science fiction films.moreless
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    The Walking Dead Motion Comic

    The Walking Dead Motion Comic

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    AMC
    Are you psyched for AMC's upcoming drama The Walking Dead? You should be! To hold you over, check out this animated take on Robert Kirkman's breakthrough graphic novel, the inspiration for the Frank Darabont-produced, zombie extravaganza.moreless
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    Zero Punctuation

    Zero Punctuation

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    The Escapist's Zero Punctuation is an animated video game review show hosted by Yahtzee, a British-born, Australian-based writer and gamer. Yahtzee seems to have a bit of a chip on his shoulder, as he takes every game and rips it to shred in hopes of finding truly original, revolutionary video games. His animation is crude, quick and precise, and Yahtzee pulls absolutely no punches in his reviews. Sony's Playstation 3, Microsoft's XBOX 360, and Nintendo's Wii are all addressed by Yahtzee, who seems to have an affinity for PC Games. Good ones, that is.moreless
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    Neely Comics Presents

    Neely Comics Presents

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    Brad Neely truly is a genius madman. The Austin native calls himself a "burrowing, snickering troglodyte," but we can't help but hang on his every mouse-stroke.
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