Thursday, August 24, 2006

Modern Cartoons Need More Energy

I was just watching a 1946 cartoon called Kitty Kornered tonight. It's directed by the zaniest Warner Bros director, Bob Clampett.
I got to thinking, it's been a while since modern cartoon producers have created anything that has come close to the kind of kinetic energy that Clampett's cartoons had. The only ones I can think of are the cartoons from the 1990's. Such as Tiny Toons, Ren & Stimpy, Animaniacs, Taz-Mania, Shnookums & Meat, etc....
Someone should create a new series that has everything a cartoon should have. Energy, personality, timing, and animated-belivability (meaning impossible stunts, but made belivable by the character's belivability).
What do you people think?

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