Who /raised in a strict religious home with no access to secular entertainment/ here?
I think the flying house was the first anime I ever saw. They used to play that shit in sunday school in the early 80's. Very nostalgic. Shortly after, Voltron aired on tv, I think...
Weird fucking show. Japanese cartoon sci-fi bible stories.
Flying House and Superbook were pretty much the same show, but I always prefered Flying House. It had a cooler theme song, a wacky scientist and it started my life-long love of redheads.
I still don't see many or really anyone here who watched much of this.
Didn't this show have that one episode with the religious tale of the two adult brothers and the evil brother took the girl in for himself for some reason while the boy went with the good brother?
I have never seen someone talk about this cartoon at al.
I remember seeing the spanish version of this when I was young and had no computer or cable. There was a lack of cartoon in 6 AM in sunday and they always show this in the morning.
Man, these kind of show take me back. It's always a bunch of teens in a suburbia that transforms into something in those cruded 3-D animation. They were always fun for some reason. I remember one where a bunch of teens, I think from Canada, that can transform into cars and fight at night.
>Half naked tweens running around the Amazon
>French cartoon of course
It really feels like I'm the only one here.
I only have the vaguest memories of watching this as a little kid for some reason.
It was a great cartoon, and fun when Charlie tried to get Shaolin's heart, and when Splitzy and Dr. Splitz turned each other to take the body.
Too bad the series ended, maybe we can expect a remake...
well at least villains actually DIE in this show.
plus Tabitha is a cutie.I need to redraw this picture soon.
and Pigeon speaks gibberish i can understand.
I don't think I've ever seen pic related mentioned on /co/.
Also, there's a show that I've been trying to find for a while now, but haven't been able to. It aired in Canada on Global in the mornings alongside Babar (it could have been French in origin). It was based on the Three Musketeers, or at least somewhat similar to it. If anyone else remembers this let me know.
This was the shit.
Inami. American Netflix has it in english
>tfw I'm currently downloading this and watching it for the first time in literally decades
It's actually really good. Shame that there's only a shitty TV rip of it out there but I highly recommend it.
>Tried for years to find this show online
>No rips or torrents anywhere
>One time found a german dub of a single episode but can't even find that anymore.
It's not even that good but it's all about the thrill of the hunt now.
I could describe this is perfect detail and no one would remember but if i start singing the theme....
Here's another one I've never seen mentioned here.
Dat seahorse girl.
The Man from Button Willow.
Has anyone except for me ever even seen this?
>Just for Kids
>The Name to Remember in Children's Entertainment
More like the name to remember in obscure animation.
Was literally SuperJail for kids and holds the record for shortest cartoon network original series. got cancelled due to budget and poor views in foreign countries
I've never met a single person who had ever seen this or heard of it. In fact, some people will get angry with me and insist I'm lying about it or imagined it.
Can anybody tell me the name of the cartoon I'm remembering?
It was a Canadian (I think) childrens show sort of like goof troop, that had anthropomorphic animals that lived like humans, not sure what animal they were though. And it was about two or three siblings, rather than father and son.
Other things I remember about it are that it had an episode that was an homage to Rear Window, much like that one Simpsons episode, and the theme song had a line in it that went like:
I am your friend, you know
You are my friend - I know!
Technically the only Doug TenNapel cartoon he was satisfied with if I recall correctly.
Earthworm Jim was far removed from the games and too commercial and Catscratch merely transplanted characters he made into a mundane surburbia setting.
not quite related, but /co/ help me recall the name of this comic??
its only one page (or 2?) long, there are no characters that are visible, and we are only ever shown the insides of the same house.
but different panels show the house in different times, and we also get to see the conversation of the various people inside the house in that moment
what is it called!? i remember its an influential comic but i dont have enough content to googlefu it
btw if this isnt actually a thing you have my permission to adapt it
You know what /co/? Here's a challenge
I remember a spanish animated film about Noah's ark, except the MC's are a family of termites or some sort of wood eating bugs, probably made sometime around the 80's, not exactly groundbreaking but it's be nice to remember.
BONUS: there's another animated short, the main plot is about war, genocide and exploitation of land and peoples, the background is entirely black and everything is made out of chalk like cartoons
it used to be aired in Locomotion.
>MFW I'll never understand the ending, since the entirety of the comic was finished in Italy
Like Robin Wood's Dago
Well shit, nevermind the bonus
It's The Chain by Phil Mulloy
i hope somebody remembers dog
I remember playing the shitty point and click with it's horrible attempts at humour for the playstation.
>shitty NYC jew character droning on for like 30 minutes
Literally never seen any discussion of this on /co/
I was the only person who posted about it in the last nostalgia thread on here...
That line from the theme song rang a bell. Is this it? It had multiple segments, one was about a humanlike dog(?) family like you mentioned.
For me it was the reverse: secular environment, not much of a crap given about religion. So the only things I took away from this show was the flying house, the robot, that it involved time travel, and something about Jesus which I found boring.
Danger mouse and his sidekick Penfold.
Kimba the white lion.
Japanese (anime?) with animals. Sort of like Disney's Lionking, but many years earlier.
I thought literally everyone knew about Reboot...
Fractured Fairy Tales.
Each episode was a different fairy tale, but told in a completely different way.
How about Duckula.
And it had a good theme song too.
Japanese anime, he is a robot boy.
Star Trek animated.
Was actually made from scripts of the live action series that were never used because the show was cancelled.
In one episode the captain and bones were trapped inside the holodeck, which is something not seen in the original series.
The ammulate around his neck supplied him with the energy to find bad guys. It would run down rendering him helpless until it recharged.
Anime, don't remember much about it. I did like the theme song when I was a kid.
Not sure how old it is.
Like an ancient Ulysses but set in space.
Battle Of The Planets.
Anime. Probably everyone remembers this one.
It was probably just as well known as the Phantom Agents (A Japanese live action TV series).
Clone Wars micro series.
A bit more recent this one is, I have the DVDs of this.
Same guy that posted Project Geeker. People also argue about this one with me.
Its literally Kidd Video but instead of pop music and a band getting sucked into "The FlipSide" A couple of good gentiles and a filthy Jew meet Furry versions of Bible Characters.
That was my favorite show when I was 6. I always rooted for the villain because he had these sweet-ass machines.
I need pictures of that cat girl doing this with Mrs Hudson for sherlock hound. Lewd or clean it doesn't matter
Everyone remembers reboot anon. it had games and toy tie-ins. Also if you were Canadian you saw it on YTV all the time due to the CRTC.
Who here remembers Bob Morane? Made by the same team behind Knighthood and Calamity Jane. Guy was Indiana Jones and Bond rolled into one. Sadly it only got one season and ends on a huge cliffhanger.
My classmates and I loved it (also Germany here). I remember it being original and quite dark. I'm surprised so few people remember it, because I liked it a lot.
While we're at it, Roswell anyone?
>that feel when a show is so obscure you can't find it in English anymore, despite originally being in English
It looks like it's based off an adventure comics series of the same title from back in the day which explains why he goes on all these crazy adventures like time travel and going to other dimensions. It only came on the local TV station Saturday mornings.
Roswell was another great show, but at least that had an actual ending
For France they titled it Arsene Lupin. However, for the North America they titled it Night Hood. He was still called Arsene Lupin in the show. Even his calling card that he leaves behind has his initials AL on it.
What did you think of the show?
I liked this show. My child self was a bit saddened it never really took off in the US.
HOLD ON TO YOUR BUTTS
i think this show was about the internet or something
I can't believe I even remember this thing almost 20years later...(26 now)
Twipsy was the mascot of a huge German science fair in the late 90s. To me it was pretty much "a more lighthearted ReBoot", I loved how cozy it was. And if I'm not mistaken, it was also somewhat educational.
The theme song was chill as fuck.
You may think of picrelated. Or Paddington Bear.
I saw the shitty redrawn version of this back in the 70's at that local TV station I had growing up. "Funnies being funny" or something like that was it's name?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y14lhMhaWuk this was so magical and comfy as a kid. not THAT obscure but i never see co bring it up
Space Jesus is best Jesus.
Just wait til your father gets
Until your father gets
Wait til your father gets home
>that episode where the sister wanted to wear a see-through dress to a party or a concert or something
That one episode with the werewolf play
I remember watching this twice very early in the morning.
This and Ovide were cartoons I used to watch with my grandma and my mom
i saw this shit, and i fapped to Queen Opal when i was like 9
this cartoon made me feel uneasy.
but it understandable, you're alone , in space, meeting beings you cannot trust, god's plaything.
back in the day toons had some bite , now they are neutered things for dull masses
This was my fucking jam
Please tell me there is video material of this.
Still watched a lot of secular cartoons as a kid. Was mainly subjected to stuff like pic related. That being said, it was actually pretty good, i remember the scientist penguin being kind of like a kid friendly Professor Farnsworth. Also, smoking a shitton of weed and watching VeggieTales is an interesting experience.
Dang Christmas is already passed, the irony. Apparently I'm the only one that remembers this Christmas special.
Never even seen this, but the intro's great.
remember when US adaptions of foreign properties was still a thing
>examples being Sailor Moon, Street Fighter, Darkstalkers, Gundam SD, & Speed Racer
they always made us say...
god damn it America, we can't do anything right
Technically 2 of those never even made it to air, although what we ended up with was just as bad. Worst thing about the Megaman one was that it was originally intended to be done following traditional 90s anime designs, although poor reception from test audiences to the initial promo made them switch to a more generic look.
Because... it's the weed that grows on your lawn, not the weed you smoke...
but damn that song is catchy as hell...
>Technically 2 of those never even made it to air, although what we ended up with was just as bad
that's why those two never aired...
also when watching Speed Racer X on Nickelodeon in 2002, I always an episode where an American Speed Racer impersonator with the USA Mach 5 races against the original Speed Racer in the World Grand Prix, and it's a huge match up from there
So wasn't this show's concept that an average kid gets transferred from his regular highschool to some kind of special snowflake art school full of weird kids that range from slightly autistic to pants-shitting insane?
I remember that show.
One of the random clips they used in the beginning of one of the episodes was taken from that horror movie 'Night of the Demon'
>Did you bite the man? I didn't keep you as a watch cat.
Since they used the real actors for voices and the scripts were just scripts from the show they couldn't make due to budgetary concerns, the show is actually really good. The only downside is the animation quality, which obviously isn't good since the whole point was to make it as cheaply as possible.
They actually animated Grimmy?
I never knew that.
>He doesn't know about Steelbeak
Ghostbusters meets Castlevania.
This show freaked me out as a kid.
Delta State, I don't remember a lot about it, shit, I didn't even remember the name, had to do a bit of searching.
Probably worth a rewatch.
>one of the forefathers of the Mecha genre, being the first real Mecha anime
>has a gigantic statue in Kobe
are you serious nigger
Mike Lou and Og
Tanma and Friends
There was also a fantasy type show in a sci fi setting airing on cartoon network around 2006-7 with a team comprising at least two males and a female with some sort of wise old (relatively speaking) creature that was vaguely cat-like iirc. The art was CG and kind of anime-esque, and they did an awful lot of flying in airships. I don't recall the name but I'm almost certain it was made to push toys.
mo one remembers this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqxI7XU6xEc
I'm trying to remember a cartoon show, i think it had anthropomorphic animal characters, and the bad guys were demons and monsters or something like that. Might have been an anime but I'm not sure. Sound familiar to anyone? Its not care bears, that I know for sure.
I'm sorry, I don't.
I remember I watched it years ago I think on the Disney Channel. I can describe the aliens. They kind of looked like sting rays, but kind of blob like. They had glaring eyes.
I remember Papyrus. It was pretty neat
Have something also from France that was quite amazing.
This ran on like CTV or some odd network where I lived. One of the ones that just showed sitcoms and the news/weather. I don't know why they wouldn't just put it on YTV or Teletoon. What kid watches CTV for cartoons?
I had two episodes of this on video. They were animated drastically differently.
Shame it never carried on. It had a Gummi Bears kind of feel, with that sense of a growing world lore should it have continued.
I remember thinking it was like a Bucky imitation, just with monkeys instead of the assorted animal cast. Though both were pretty great.
fukken Yakari (1983 version)
the comics were a lot better though
The '80s were a time of dinosaurs.
And I'm pretty sure that there are 2 versions of this out. The first dub having the animals talk. I just can't find the tape anymore.
I still want this to return. Was it popular in the States?
I saw it as kid. Nothing special from what I remember. Stiff animation and voice acting, with an uninspiring plot.
On the other hand, it had muscle cars and dinosaurs, so I'd be happy for it to come back
I have an anime that I have NO idea what it could be.
All I remember is that a guy is working in a garden and a bunch of fairies are there, then there is a war? I guess? and I remember distinctly a fire red octopus eating a lot of fairies, the one screams as he just swings her into his mouth.
We rented it from the library when I was a kid. Any help would be appreciated.
Alright /co/, I'm thinking of this cartoon I think was on during the Oh Yeah! days, it's an anthology show starring some bunny thing as he tells stories about kids/teens doing something and fucking up. One story had a kid who wasn't good at smiling practice smiling so he could have a good yearbook photo, he later achieves this smile only to find out that he has broccoli stuck between his teeth, anyone remember this shit?
I had access to secular entertainment, but I did watch that from time to time. While we're on anime, here's one (with a dub aimed at younger children) that literally 10 people on the planet know exists.
fucking storm hawks
>all that crazy max skeen porn
I barely remember staying up late enough to see this on my 10 inch tv.
There was another one with the same rabbit, about blackheads, but I can't be assed to look for it.
the only sonic series that was any good, all the others were just dumb, this is also the only one where robotnik was actually evil and not just a moron
AOSTH wasn't a bad show, it was just a different take on Sonic making him into a comedic character instead of an action character.
Sonic Underground was an awful, awful show that deserves great criticism.
Clutch Cargo. Yes, really. As a little kid I found the mouth kinda creepy.
The game was awesome, and I liked the series, but it had it shortcomings, like repeating animations and stuff.
But I liked the aesthetics and the Hispanic dub was solid.
The English dub was good for its time I guess.
Scotty slept with m'ress, fact.
Toejam was the best acting captain.
Jeez, that is the stuff of nightmares. At first all I noticed was her cute Chipettes style hair.
>the only sonic series that was any good, all the others were just dumb, this is also the only one where robotnik was actually evil and not just a moron
>MOMMY WHAT IS SLAPSTIC I JUST DONT UNDERSTAND
literally every retard that hates that cartoon.
captain star is pretty cool.
I think that cartoon started my love for Greek myths, 80s sci-fi and the number 31.
Whole episodes of this show are hard as balls to find. I really loved it, but the network it was on apparently didn't think cyborg-punker girls and T-Rexes would sell toys. Or something.
I remember this, although i thought it was part of a show because that's kinda how these russian movies where presented here in Italy on TV, they had an intro song and everything, good stuff
The toys for this came with real freaking holograms.
Can't even begin to remember its name but does anyone else recal this one? Music instruments are anthromophic beings but music itself is outlawed. Story is on a rebel group of humans and instruments seeking to topple the regime. I think the only reason I even remember it is because I remember this one scene where a violin tries to stow away on a ship or aircraft in a violin case but one of the guards is hold the phone here but another guard stops him, flips the luggage tag, and is all "naw its cool, its just a machine gun, see?"
I saw Superbook, but I also had plenty of non-religious stuff to watch.
Like pic related.
>Nightmare's just beginning, aye, kid?
I have a question, dearest obscure /co/llectors. I remember an animation from my youth, I believe it was part of an anthology series, but for the life of me I cannot remember its name or find it.
I remember it from my youth, I think airing late at night on Cartoon network. It was black and white, focusing on these strange rhino-esque creatures that were being hunted for their horns. It starts out safe enough, but quickly becomes a very bloody sequence with red being introduced to the monochromatic palette.
Its not a lot to go on, but perhaps someone else with a better memory than me will remember it to. Not even sure why I want to see it again, save for the fact that its just something that comes to mind from time to time.
Sometimes I feel like I'm the only one who watched it
"I want to be Caliph instead of the Caliph"
I don't know, I think people haven't really watched the show, and it's not that good as what people think it is, it has little character development, big plot holes, and it's not that really serious as people think it is,
also, I feel real sorry for Antoine's character compared to the comics...
I knew I'd see this posted in one of these threads eventually. Thank you for confirming I didn't just make this show up in my head twenty years ago, anon.
"Goldlöckchen und die drei Bären"
or in english "The Three Bears"
It was a pretty fucked up and slightly rapey show.
I remember hating it to death.
It was like modern Spongebob plot-wise, but in a fairy tale setting with clichéd slapstick.
No no, I remember that
in fact, I think I'm the only one that remembers it in my family, and we ALL watched it together.
When I described Scamper to my brother years later, he thought I dreamed it up until I showed him a physical copy
(starts at 1:01)
They reused the same animation for the basketball matches over and over and over again.
Okay I get it, you don't want to come up with new ideas for a match and animate them in each episode, so instead of reusing the same footage, why don't you NOT FUCKING WRITE IT?
>Stan calling her Sam all this time makes so much sense...
In a way.
Now, for those obscure cartoons.
I liked Jason Alexander in this more than his role as George Costanza
Yeah, my parents fought a lot too.
>Life with Louie
What is it about these cartoons that get such huge cult followings in Eastern Europe?
LwL got a nice Russian dub, I liked Andy more than the American original. But why something like Romania has diehard fans of it, I'll never know.
This, CN where I live was undergoing a shift from showing cartoons in English (which everyone was used to) to churning out dubs of dubious quality and just trying (and often failing) to maintain its localized branches. Often they would accidentally show cartoons in the wrong language or randomly cut off the ends of certain episodes. Then came CN Real, so most kids watched Fox Kids/Jetix instead, which aired all these shows /co/ considers obscure, yet were apparently pretty popular among these people.
Now, I remember a show similar to this - it was on French Teletoon from 2003 to 2006 and had a purple dragon like the Princess Flame there, but she was purple and had red eyes and/or a deep voice.
Does anybody know about this?
This was the coolest show ever but no one knows what it is.
UPN used to have the most random stuff.