TBS presents a new series from the creator of The Regular Show. This time out, we’re dealing with humans with real problems as a young married couple deals with “everyday challenges as parenthood, friendship, ham theft, stripper clowns and choosing the right day care.”
One of our favorite Nickelodeon cartoons of all time is coming back – in movie form. Rocko, Heffer, the Bigheads, and Filburt are all back – voiced by their original actors – for some ’90s style fun in the 21st century. We can’t wait to see this when it comes out in 2018.
We’ve already seen Bob Belcher turn up on Archer, but Simon Chong really wanted to see the opposite happen. So he spent months drawing, animating, and carefully selecting dialogue from the shows to make it all come together. You know, that’s how you get ants.
You know how there are an infinite number of Ricks and Mortys in the multiverse? Well it turns out that they can appear in infinite animation styles as well. Director Matt Taylor’s video exposes us to some of the many other looks they’ve experienced. Full list of artists here.
A young and hungry fox learns that there is more than meets the eye in the supernatural forest that it calls home. Gravity Falls and Star vs. The Forces of Evil storyboard artist Sabrina Cotugno made this cute short film when she was a character animation student.
Digital artist Florian Renner created this neon-lit promo video for the synthwave collection Magnatron 2.0 from New Retro Wave. While the imagery and sounds are certainly inspired by the ’80s, they’re also crazy slick and futuristic. The track here is Star Fighter by Wice.
(PG-13: Language) “Do I agree with Rick that nothing means anything? No I do not, because the knowledge that nothing matters, while accurate, gets you nowhere.” Rick & Morty co-creator Dan Harmon talks about the philosophy they espouse in their hit show.
As philosopher Albert Camus said “Life is a sum of all your choices.” In Kingdom of Something’s lighthearted short, they provide some stats about how much of our lives we spend performing everyday tasks, and some of the figures might help you better allocate your time.
Counter656 used their talents to create a stop-motion music video for Van Ness Wu, who comes to life in action figure form, taking down an army of papparazi action figures hellbent on capturing his image. The music isn’t exactly our cup of tea but the animation is top notch.