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Gyrre

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What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« on: 04 Dec 2020, 02:39 »

I'm currently watching Betsy Lee's 'No Evil' and the newly launched miniseries Blossom Detective Holmes. What are you all watching?
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Re: What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« Reply #1 on: 04 Dec 2020, 02:56 »

The main plot for No Evil starts at the end of episode 9b 'Brom Bones', and really kicks off in episode 10 'Wrip and Vinkle'. Episodes 1 thru 8 are kind of hit or miss, so start with 10 (linked below) and decide whether you want to watch it from there. Episodes 2 and 5 are plot relevant animated music videos.

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Blossom Detective Holmes is an indie anime with jaw-droppingly gorgeous scenery and a gender-bent holmes and Watson. Just watch it. It's on episode 3 and it's really good so far.


EDIT: Looks like somebody else is voicing Murder.
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Re: What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« Reply #2 on: 04 Dec 2020, 06:54 »

Mystery Skulls Animated. Need I say more?


Bigtop Burger! One whole season!


Internecion Cube, currently only 3 episodes of animatics:


Helluva Boss, currently only the pilot and episode 1. It is not as great as the main series Hazbin Hotel, but the latter is being produced for TV and not Youtube, so Helluva Boss does a decent job of scratching the same itch.

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Re: What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« Reply #3 on: 04 Dec 2020, 23:38 »

Thank you for posting Bigtop Burger, I was drawing a complete blank on that.

I guess the Mystery Skulls music videos are an animated series, aren't they. There's 4 now (I think).
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Re: What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« Reply #4 on: 13 Dec 2020, 17:19 »

There's a high school AU LoZ series that's just started if you all are interested. Yes, Ganondorf is the principal.

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Re: What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« Reply #5 on: 07 Mar 2022, 02:44 »

Watching One Piece anime series
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Re: What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« Reply #6 on: 11 Mar 2022, 17:36 »

I finally watched Helluva Boss and loved it, but I also tried Epithet Erased and it wasn't my cup of tea
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Re: What Animated Webseries are you watching?
« Reply #7 on: 14 Mar 2022, 13:04 »

I finally watched Helluva Boss and loved it, but I also tried Epithet Erased and it wasn't my cup of tea

Understandable. EE has a very particular sense of humor. Combined with the limited animation style, I can see it not being for everyone. I struggled to try to get into the second season (which is almost entirely audio).
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