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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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    The Animatrix

    The Animatrix

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    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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    Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series

    Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series

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    Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series is a CGI action six-part web series directed by Tor Helmstein developed by Warner Bros. as a prequel to the Terminator Salvation film that centers on Blair Williams (Moon Bloodgood), who in 2016 is a soldier in the human resistance against the machines. Before she met John Connor and Marcus Wright, Blair had been searching for a hacker, who has little trouble tapping into Skynet's servers. While the Terminator series focuses on Connor and his role in the resistance, The Machinima series looks at how the other surviving humans reacted to their near decimation at the hands of the machines. The human race could only take so much before taking up arms and fighting back, developing pockets of army troops and an underground communication channel. Utilizing a new type of real-time computer animation from the Terminator Salvation video game, Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series reveals Blair's journey from the nuclear holocaust to her role in the movie.moreless
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    Strong Bad Email

    Strong Bad Email

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    Strong Bad Email is a popular internet animated flash video that is part of the Homestar Runner series. The basic premise is that Strong Bad (Matt Chapman), a lucha libra mask wearing character, answers emails sent in by a viewer, usually in a very demeaning, egotistic way. The series is popular because of its surrealist humor, usually referring to internet pop culture and video games. It began in 2001 and has run continuously since then, creating more than two hundred episodes. Its most popular joke came about from an email entitled "dragon," in which Strong Bad draws a picture of a dragon named "TROGDOR, THE BURNiNATOR, " and plays a humorous theme song for it. A considerable amount of merchandise has since been created, featuring Strong Bad or Trogdor, including video games of their own. Anyone that enjoys internet memes or bizarre humor will find something to like about Strong Bad Email.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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    Charlie the Unicorn

    Charlie the Unicorn

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    Charlie the Unicorn presented by FlimCow, a company that creates and distributes its own animation using Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Photoshop.
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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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    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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    Knock Knock

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    Videos uploaded to Vimeo by Knock Knock
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    The Crazies Motion Comic

    The Crazies Motion Comic

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    Starz
    The Crazies Motion Comic is a web-based motion comic developed by Starz as a miniseries inspired by George Romero's horror film and its modern adaptation by Breck Eisner of the same title that focuses on a rural Iowa town destroyed by a tainted water supply, leading to the infection and destruction of its inhabitants. Each episode of the motion comic focuses on a different part of the outbreak, from its origins to the aspects of the infection the physical destruction and the mental degradation of the town's folk. Not everyone in the town however is infected, Sheriff David Dutton, and his wife, Dr. Judy Dutton, try to survive the infection by escaping the violent and homicidal urges of the infected as well as the containment protocols of the United States Government. The Crazies Motion Comic is a unique experience with animated comic panels with voices and background music.moreless
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    Battle Pope

    Battle Pope

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    Battle Pope is a comedy web series based on the Battle Pope comic by Robert Kirkman, author of famous comics 'Invincible' and The Walking Dead. In the fictional future, Judgment Day has arrived and the gates of hell have opened, allowing demons to terrorize people on Earth. God chose one sinner, a drunk and womanizer, to help the people of Earth and become The Battle Pope. His job is to make sure Demons obey the law; if they step out of line or break the law, he sends them back to hell the only way he knows how: extreme violence. All the while he is still able to throw in some trademark funny catchphrases while fighting. He's still a drunk and a womanizer, but his child-like roommate Jesus, who God has sent to help out Battle Pope, usually interferes with his sexual exploits to comic effect. Watch as Battle Pope fights legions of demons with to get their revenge on this web series from Spike TV.moreless
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    Blokhedz

    Blokhedz

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    Hip-hop lyricist Talib Kweli is the voice of YoungBlak, an aspiring rapper who users the power of hip-hop to conquer evil.
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    Greenimation

    Greenimation

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    Greenimation from Sundance Channel is a series of short animations using cartoon-like characters to convey messages about "making our world a better place to live" and other environmental issues. The innovative graphics, cool sounds and animation used in these videos offer an imaginative way to visually express the views of the creators. One animation depicts a cartoon character driving along in a car, sputtering gray puffs from the exhaust while birds are falling from the sky and coughing. This is certainly a good way to express the need for keeping car pollution under control and creating an eco-friendly or green environment for living. Each of the videos in the series has a unique style of graphics. Many drawn by hand with pen and paper, while some are a combinations of computer graphics and hand drawn graphics. Check out these clever and entertaining greenimations to view a unique way to send or learn a playful message about reducing our environmental impact.moreless
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    iFanboy

    iFanboy

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    Revision3
    iFanboy is a weekly video and audio pod cast from Revision3, starring Josh Flanagan, Conor Kilpatrick, and Ron Richards in its discussions of comic books, comic book publishing, and comic book creators. In the audio pod casts, the three self-proclaimed ‘iFanboys’ discuss the best comic books that they have read in the preceding week, as well as answer audience questions that have been phoned in or emailed in. In the video pod casts, the three iFanboys choose a theme and then discuss comic books that are related to that theme, host casual interviews with comic book creators, attend Comic Conventions, answer further viewer questions, and just chat about comics in general. The three have great onset chemistry and are super-fans, which makes for an entertaining show. iFanboy is the ultimate comic book fan resource, so for all the comic book fans and Marvel addicts out there, iFanboy is not to be missed!moreless
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    Invincible

    Invincible

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    Invincible is a fantasy superhero animated comic based on the Invincible comic book published by Image Comics and created by Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker for MTV that follows the life of teenager Mark Grayson, who spent most of his life waiting for that day he would inherit the superpowers of his father, Omni-Man, the world's greatest superhero. He had been a normal high school senior, the kind with a normal job, normal life doing homework, despising acne, and building up the nerves to talk to the girls, until his powers of super strength and flight took him by surprise. Of course, he does the one thing any normal super powered kid would do become a masked superhero! As Invincible, Mark fights crime, takes down evil scientists, and occasionally stops an alien invasion or two, all while dealing with a sinister force killing his father's old teammates and the dreaded homework. Invincible is considered the first of its kind in a process called Bomb-xx, developed by Gain, which turns actual comic book pages into pulsing and zooming panels with a musical soundtrack and actor-recited dialogue.moreless
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    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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    Steven and Stephen

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    Steven and Stephen is a web series airing on Atom.com that features the lives of conjoined twins Steven and Stephen (voiced by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim) who are attached at the crotch. Not always getting along, Steven and Stephen, inhabiting a beautiful mansion, are perpetually in each other's presence and are forced to embark on some less-than-favorable journeys, such as their trips to the "shit tub" where they simultaneously engage in bowel movements. Due to the fact that they do not have legs, they spend most of their time lying on the couch while their patient mother tends to them. As one might expect, Steven and Stephen don't always get along and often argue with each other and become bitter towards others, such as their senile grandfather. However, through their comedic adventures, they end up getting along well enough. Steven and Stephen manage life together one day at a time and never go without some interesting mishaps along the way.moreless
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    Roadents

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    Roadents is a computer animated web series made for the 'C Spot' on Crackle.com that is produced by Bix Pix Entertainment. It revolves around the wacky exploits of two guinea pigs, Buttercup and Pee Pee, who drive around in a 1983 Winnebago. The two guinea pigs are voiced by the improv comedians Kevin McShane and David B. Harris. Harris is also a screenwriter, having written the pilot for the TV series Off the Record in 2006 as well as the TV series American Dreams in 2002 and the TV movie The (mis)Adventures of Fiona Plum in 2001. Roadents was created by Justin Hilden, produced by Kristofer Updike and executive produced by Kelli Bixler. It was critically acclaimed, getting good reviews from NewTeeVee, the LA Times and Tilzy TV. The characters bicker with each other, a la The Odd Couple, but the show's sensibility is thoroughly modern, like something one would see on Adult Swim.moreless
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    Carnival of Stuff

    Carnival of Stuff

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    Carnival of Stuff is an online channel that features clever comedic storytelling, skits, and animation. Produced by Steve Kerper and David Kolin, it features videos like the cartoon retelling of classic fairy tales with some decidedly adult-oriented revisions. What if Hansel and Gretel were profane lubricant salesmen? What if Rapunzel's prince had a murderous streak? The videos are a hilarious break from the insular safety of the fairy tale world. There are also videos called "Hardcore TV" in which the famous cartoon character plays Raging Bullwinkle, a spoof on Robert De Niro's role. Follow the "Invasion" series, in which a group of aliens hell-bent on taking over the earth come down and discover the more banal parts of human life, like stepping on a cow pie or getting turned into the playthings of a mischievous little girl. Carnival of Stuff is a hilarious remaking of the genre of children's stories and more.moreless
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    Benny: Escaped Convict

    Benny: Escaped Convict

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    Benny: Escaped Convict is a series of short animated videos featuring the misadventures of a walking, talking, short tailed weasel named Benny (Robert Beckwith). He has recently escaped confinement from within Tomahawk Valley prison. As one would imagine, after eight years behind bars Benny is more than ready for some fun. Each episode showcases a particular adventure as Benny explores the world he had left behind. However, one should not be misled by his cute and fuzzy appearance. Benny is as crude as any other escaped felon. While he might be filled with a sense of adventure, his quips and observations about the world are meant for a mature audience. In addition to the normal episodes, Benny occasionally ventures into one shot skits. These mini-episodes include Benny starring in a PSA to warn people about the unintended consequences of premarital sex, and a roast of comedian Bob Saget. The series is created by Nye Warburton, Ryan Levin, Jennifer Remington, Anna Wilborn and Nate Cartier.moreless
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