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    My Big, Big Friend

    My Big, Big Friend

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    My Big, Big Friend is an animated children's web series. In the show, three six-year-old children, Yuri, Lili and Matt, create an imaginary friend. The friend that they created is a big blue elephant named, Golias. The series follows the children and Golias as they go on thrilling imaginary adventures. Golias also provides the children comfort when they need it and answers all of their questions for him. What will Golias and the children do next?moreless
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    The Animatrix

    The Animatrix

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    The WB
    The Animatrix is a collection of 9 short films produced and commissioned by Matrix creators the Wachowski brothers, and is now available to view on TheWB.com. Each short was created by a different animator, ranked top in the world, and adds backstory and new chapters to the epic Sci-Fi trilogy. The shorts (or chapters) explain the origin of the machines, created by man to serve man. However, after many years of abuse, and eventual banishment, the machines rose against their makers in full-on man vs. machine war. Because the machines ran on solar energy, men darkened the sky, so machines imprisoned all of mankind for an alternative power source. They created the illusionary world of the matrix to mask their control. However there were cases of those inside the matrix breaking through. Like Neo from the trilogy, a high school boy realized the truth from the computer; An athlete pushes himself passed what should be physically possible and awakens (even if just for a second); a detective finds a pattern that takes him to the truth. The Animatrix also served as part of an arching larger story combining subplots from the films and the video game "Enter the Matrix" One such connection is the chapter titled "Final Flight of the Osiris" where a lost ship comes upon an army of machines drilling straight down towards the last human city of Zion (which is the premise for the final film). Keanu Reaves and Carrie-Anne Moss lend their voices.moreless
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    Stickman Exodus

    Stickman Exodus

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    Stickman Exodus is a six-part animated series of shorts produced by Waverly Films. It follows the adventures of the stick figure inhabitants of a student's notebook. The overarching theme is that these doodles are a slave to the whims of their slacker creator. In the pilot episode, the stick figures learn of an elusive Promised Page, a land where legend says every letter is written in "perfect cursive". Thus begins their exodus. On their journey, the stick men and women encounter a variety of obstacles. They meet up with the monstrous head of a woman and they must learn how to charm her to pass. In another episode, they enter a magical land of cotton candy clouds and talking bears when a little girl gets control of the notebook. Violent and raunchy, Stickman Exodus won a Webby Award for Best Online Film as well as a People's Voice award. Stickman Exodus was written, directed and created by New York filmmaker Christopher Ford.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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    Nyoron Churuya-san

    Nyoron Churuya-san

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    Nyoron Churuya-san is a series of shorts based on the 4-panel strip manga, Nyoron Churuya-san. The series follows Tsuruya, the "always up to go" friend of Suzumiya Haruhi. Tsuruya has a passion for one thing, and that is smoked cheese. She is always craving it, and always after it, and she will do almost anything for it. Kyon and the rest of the crew are aware of her odd obsession, and use it to their advantage. They lure her in with the smoked cheese, promising loads of cheese as a reward if she completes the tasks they give her, which cover all kinds of requests. Tsuraya doesn't realize they are hatching an evil plan, as she is only concerned with her beloved smoked cheese. Can she stay on the path of the cheese even when the tasks get much harder than she could ever imagine? Find out on the anime series Nyoron Churuya-san.moreless
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    College Humor Animation

    College Humor Animation

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    CollegeHumor
    College Humor Animation is a compilation of funny animated videos on college humor. Cartoons aren't just for kids anymore. Remember all those Saturday morning cartoons you used to watch as a kid and having a blast while doing so? Well, you can do that again by tuning into College Humor Animation every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Watch episodes like Dating, It's Complicated: The After Prom. Picture all the typical college drama, experiences, and dilemmas that college kids go through. Perhaps you can relate to these videos as they focus on everyday issues mixed with humor and fun. Every girl and boy has gone through bad relationships, breakups and so forth in college. Or remember meeting and interacting with people of all kinds, crazy or not, on campus? Whether you're a kid going into college, in college, or out of college, you will probably relate to most of these videos. So, watch as they replay those times in animation with funny cartoon characters.moreless
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    LaMB

    LaMB

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    Animax Entertainment
    LaMB is a 2009 Japanese anime film from director Ryosuke Tei that portrays a gripping and startling image of a futuristic world where people convicted of serious crimes are imprisoned in laminated suits that strip them of their free will, creating a highly-debated system of virtual enslavement. The film follows Major Sara Integra, a former bio-weapons specialist who inadvertently caused the deaths of many innocent people while on a military assignment. Following the tragedy, Sara was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 200 years as a LaMB, a prisoner in a laminated suit. Each LaMB receives a Shepherd, who is responsible for controlling the LaMB's every move. Sara's Shepherd, Jack Griswold, is a compassionate man recovering from the sudden death of his wife. As the story progresses, Griswold and Sara develop an unusual relationship while operating under the authority of the vengeful prison superior Keiko Suzuki. LaMB is an intriguing and inventive film that tells a touching character story set in a visionary sci-fi world.moreless
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    Carlos Caterpillar

    Carlos Caterpillar

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    Vision Video
    Carlos Caterpillar is a fully rendered 3D animated cartoon series produced by Christian media company Vision Video, and designed for children aged four through ten. The series is about the adventures of Carlos Caterpillar and his friend Sluggy as they learn valuable life lessons about topics like honesty, responsibility, and contentment. They never seem to be able to avoid predicaments, but they always come out stronger for them. It features a strong multicultural Hispanic flavor, with each episode featuring hip latin music and Spanish and English bilingual language track. Twelve 25-minute long episodes have been created thus far. A website is also in place with downloadable activities, such as coloring pages and flash games, to tie into the lessons presented by the show. Any parent looking for a fun way to teach their child Christian morals or expose them to other languages and culture will find something to like about Carlos Caterpillar.moreless
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    Color Crew

    Color Crew

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    Color Crew is an animated web series designed for young kids and toddlers. Each episode is hosted by a group of nine bright and colorful cartoon crayons. Color Crew focuses on teaching kids all about the world of colors, using everyday objects to help little ones learn the different colors in a fun and educational way. During each episode the crayons visit different black and white scenarios and fill the objects with the right colors.moreless
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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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    Children's Guide to Growing Up

    Children's Guide to Growing Up

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    Funny or Die
    Children's Guide to Growing Up is a Flash-animated satire from creator Ryan Naumann. Narrated by Luke Adams, these three-minute comedy shorts are a parody of 1950s public school instructional videos. In each short, a different topic is explored. From death and sex to immigration and genocide, no subject is safe from the satiric and often sarcastic comedic attack of the show's writers. The stories appear from the perspective of an enthusiastic, off-screen narrator. He interacts with a cast of kids who ask questions and learn life's lessons from the answers. In Animal Rights, Lucy and a trio of boys visit a meat-packing plant and witness a cow's slaughter while sarcastically attacking the views of animal rights activists. In Religion, the kids play dress-up as the narrator compares religion to a mere marketing tool for money-hungry zealots. Other segments act as how-to guides for having sex as a teen, creating an action comedy movie and coping with the loss of a friend.moreless
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    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. In 2008, They created a special video for Youtube to teach users the laws of Copyright. The episode is titled: "YouTube Copyright Lawsuit School".moreless
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    The Creators Project

    The Creators Project

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    The Creators Project is a series of videos celebrating visionary artists in the digital world. A modern-day media channel that seeks to distribute artistic creations of all types and create content based on modern culture, the Creators Project highlights everything from traditional installation art to technological advances that bring touch screen functionality to virtually any surface. Fans will gain access to the creative inspiration behind Swedish pop artist Robyn and her Creative Director, Mary Fagot. In France, British sculptor Anish Kapoor contributes his skills to the nave of the Grand Palais in Paris, with integrated music and immersive color. Los Angeles filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman discuss the priority of style over technical correctness in their creations, and "scientist of sound" Amon Tobin from Rio de Janeiro takes ordinary sounds to an extraordinary level, turning them into a combination and visual and audio experiments. Other segments include videos from Curt Morgan of Brain Farm and commentary from Michael Stipe of R.E.M. fame.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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    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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    A Looney Tunes Christmas

    A Looney Tunes Christmas

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    A Looney Tunes Christmas, also known as "Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas", is an animated 2006 holiday special and direct to video movie from Warner Bros. Animation and directed by Charles Visser. The story is a spoof on the famous and beloved "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens. Daffy Duck is the Scrooge-esque owner of a super department store, still obnoxious, greedy and arrogant, he's horrible to the employees. One in particular is the stuttering Porky Pig as Bob Cratchit who just wants to have Christmas off to spend with his daughter. When the spirit of the equally selfish Sylvester the Cat warns Daffy to change his ways or be punished in chains as he is for eternity, he laughs it off. That is until three ghosts come to show him the error of his ways in his Christmas past, present and grim future. A funny spin on a timeless classic for all ages with all your favorite Looney Tune characters. Make this video part of your yule tide tradition!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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    Spartacus: Blood and Sand - The Motion Comic

    Spartacus: Blood and Sand - The Motion Comic

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    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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    The Walking Dead Motion Comic

    The Walking Dead Motion Comic

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    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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