(NSFW: Language)FoxADHD does for classic children’s stories and movies what it did for superheroes, taking any sense of wonder and magic and crushing it like a bug with its putrid guts splattering from beneath your shoe.
Screw all the pranks and veiled ads. The best thing to come out of this year’s April Fools’ Day is a new episode of Homestar freakin’ Runner. Go and watch Homestar and Strong Bad work their old schtick like it’s still 2000.
The musicians of Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW play us through a bunch of classic (and a few obscure) cartoons with a jazzy orchestral sound. See if you can name all 43 cartoons, then head to the YouTube page to check your work.
Good grief! Charles Schulz’s classic cartoon is headed to the big screen, using a unique CGI style that does an impressive job honoring the style of the original characters. Let’s hope the humor and voice acting seal the deal.
An adaptation of Mike Lacher’s legendary tale… about the time he fixed his girlfriend’s grandparent’s Internet connection. Narrated by none other than H. Jon Benjamin (Archer, Bob’s Burgers) and animated by Jesse Benjamin.
The music video for Kong, a single from Close to the Glass, the upcoming album by German rock band The Notwist. The band is known for hopping across genres, and this time around it seems like they’re going for a bright pop sound.
Cartoon expert Andre Meadows (aka @BlackNerd) teams up with Screen Junkies’ Hal Rudnick to school us on some of the lesser known appearances of celebrities as voices of cartoon characters. The Bryan Cranston one is priceless.
(NSFW) Adult Swim uploaded the fourth episode of Rick and Morty on YouTube for free. Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon (Community), the show is about the misadventures of an alcoholic mad scientist and his grandson.
“If you saw it in a movie, you wouldn’t believe it! And it’d be a pretty bad movie too.” Yahoo! Screen parodies ESPN’s 30 for 30 sports documentaries by breaking down Michael Jordan’s awful live-action animated flick, Space Jam.
A new show from former Adventure Time artist/composer Rebecca Sugar follows the adventures of an unlikely little boy on a team of intergalactic warriors. Watch the pilot episode now before the lawyers yank it. Premieres 11/4.
A hilarious parody of classic Schoolhouse Rock cartoons, courtesy of Jimmy Kimmel. But instead of being idealistic, we’re schooled in how today’s world really works, and the future today’s young people can look forward to.
Natasha Allegri’s hilarious online animated series. Bee and PuppyCat is about a slacker who stumbles upon a half-cat, half-dog. It seems like it just wants to be a quirky .gif factory at times, but overall it’s a riot.
60 artists re-imagine the cartoons of their youth spanning the 60’s-90’s, ranging from The Smurfs to Squiddly Diddly to South Park in the Gag Me with a Toon 5 exhibit opening 5/4/13, at LA’s WWA Gallery.
ADHD gets their first broadcast cartoon series with the animated version of Axe Cop, a hilariously offbeat comic written by a 6-year-old, and illustrated by his 30-year-old brother. Coming to FOX late night 7/27/13.