Fans of Cartoon Network’s offbeat Regular Show will want to get out their credit cards quick and place an order for this limited-edition Vannen watch, featuring the greatest band that never was.
It won’t be long before the Harlem Shake reaches its tipping point and becomes an online pest. Before you get sick of it, here’s one made by ADHD for 90s kids. Where’s Captain Planet and the X-Men?!
Bender sets himself on fire, Professor Farnsworth dabbles in the occult and Zoidberg gets eaten by Zoidberg in the trailer for the second half of Futurama’s 7th season.
Kyle Roberts and his pals made a stop-motion version of the intro sequence to the classic 1990s X-Men cartoon. It was made from ~4,000 stills, 60 backgrounds – and grown men playing with dolls.
(NSFW: Language) The Dark Knight descends upon a fan of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and calls for an end to the popular Hasbro cartoon. Contain your rage and wait for the ending credits.
John Kricfalusi (Ren and Stimpy) is funding his new cartoon through Kickstarter, based on John K.’s dad’s wacky obsession with buying unlabeled cans and serving them to the family.
Filmmaker, animator and illustrator Malcolm Sutherland pays tribute to the radical reptiles we know as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with this no-frills, martial arts focused short.
Robb Pratt follows up Superman Classic with another achingly short clip, this time featuring the Man of Steel’s mirror image, Bizarro. Someone give Pratt a budget and a time slot already.
Lepers and Lycans’ t-shirts feature cute designs of famous authors as animals. The selection is pretty small right now but considering the quality of the designs, we are hoping to see more soon.
A short tale from Roughcut and Bird Box Studio, about a mutt that’s smarter than your average dog and his quest to get some crispy chips. A dog this clever deserves all the food he wants.
A series of short videos made by Junaid Chundrigar showing Marvel’s heroes and villains having a bad day. They have super powers, but when things go wrong, things go super wrong as well. Poor Hulk.
Return to Pepperland with the Blu-ray release of The Beatles’ classic animated film. The trippy film was restored in 4K digital resolution by hand, frame by frame, by Triage Motion Picture Services.
Join Commander Shepard, Garrus, Wrex, Tali and the whole gang for this 1980s style cartoon parody. We love the idea of killing reapers with rock and roll. Maybe in Mass Effect 4. (Thanks Alfredo!)
The MAD animated show explains why the Superfriends were right to change their team’s name to Justice League: the old name was only half right. US viewers can see the original clip here.
The Legend of Korra is about Korra of the Southern Water Tribe, the next Avatar after Aang. She will strive to master the four elements while living in a society that favors technology over bending.
Power of the horse! FULL FORCE! This throwback from students of The Animation Workshop is the opening sequence of a mind-blowing 80s cartoon that never existed. Buy the soundtrack here.
Playmates Toys is set to release a line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles merchandise based on the upcoming animated TV series from Nickelodeon. The Ninja Stealth Bike is radical. (Thanks, Kyle!)
Special makeup effects artist Kevin Kirkpatrick made prosthetic models of the legendary Beavis and Butt-Head to show what they’d look like in real life; we wouldn’t want to meet them in a dark alley.
Good grief! You’ll be enjoying all your favorite beverages in these stripey pint glasses, bedecked with the familiar zig-zag stripe from the hapless Charlie Brown’s shirt. Hand wash only.
Andy Lyth did a bang-up job of matching footage from the original Tintin cartoons from the 90s with the audio from the debut trailer of Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin CGI flick.
A little girl’s beloved old dog passes away, but the girl won’t give up on him just yet. A bittersweet tale by Lily Sun reminding us that those we lost can live on in our minds. RIP Sketchi.
For Stephen Neary, deer are man’s best friend. And his worst enemy is his own soul. This bizarre, yet heartwarming video is one of the animated shorts included in the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Chang Dai’s animated short is all about motion and carefree play, starring a lively and curious tiger. Bouncing around really is what tig(g)ers do best. Grabbing a foothold? Not so much.
Animators David de Rooij and Jelle Brunt pay tribute to the slapstick style and sounds of Warner Bros.’ classic Road Runner cartoons, with a touch of Ren and Stimpy thrown in for good measure.
A Hollywood movie monster tries to prove he’s still capable of scaring people in this era of over-the-top CGI monsters. A charming and clever animated short film by Chris O’Hara.
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