LastMan sounds like a movie from the '80s, wants to be set in the 1970s, and looks like it's supposed to be happening in the '90s. It's a messy jumble of execution that occasionally manages to be appealing despite itself.
SpongeBob SquarePants's original theme song and opening sequence are a big part of the show's long-lasting success. They're catchy, fun, and explain the basic premise of the show every episode while somehow managing not to become too annoying. The only thing that could make them better? An anime makeover.
DeviantART artist Ann Marcellino's take on the Sailor Soldiers is really unique; they rather look like characters from a modern-day western cartoon than from an anime. The long awaited Sailor Moon reboot debuts on July 5 with an all new look, but I'd watch something like this as well to see how it turns out.
Modern animation in China has largely been dominated by foreign imports. Anime like Naruto, Bleach, and One Piece are extremely popular. However, China's own animation industry is slowly getting better; here is a list of their best home-grown cartoons.
Bee and Puppycat returns, this time continuing where the last amazing episode — which you should definitely watch — left off. It seems that there's way more to Puppycat than meets the eye, and I'm not just talking about how it might be either a cat or dog (or both?)
You know what the most recognisable characters in mobile gaming are lacking? Character. Debuting March 16 and 17, Rovio's Angry Birds Toons series will define Red, Black, Blue, White, Yellow and the pigs by their story arcs instead of their parabolic arcs. Yeah, I've been waiting to use that forever.