Tch! Whilst such epic series such as Dangermouse and Count Duckula are still widely available the '90s WB/Spielberg stuff will have to reluctantly accept second place to the sheer awesomeness that was Cosgrove Hall.
If Andy is taking part in this thread, I might as well share my favourite pieces of animaiton:
Monkey Dust - Very dry, wry, and subtle.
David Firth - Whilst most people know him for Salad Fingers and Burnt Face Man, I think his other works, like Alan and Devvo (not an animation) are much underrated.
Daria - One of the very few intelligent things to come out of MTV. I will mark it down for the small number of one-dimensional and simplistic characters (such as Jake) but fortunately they aren't protagonists.
Superjail is incredible whe you can freezeframe and look at all of the intricate detail going on behind the action.
Also, Venture Bros. and the short lived but awesome "Lucy, Daughter of the the devil".
(I'm a bit late to the party but here are my favs)
East: Ninja Scrolls (film and TV series, including the unofficial "sequel"), Heat Guy J, Ghost In The Shell (TV Series & films), Blue Submarine No. 6, Cowboy Beebop, Read Or Die, Akira and Everything by Studio Ghibli.
West(ish): M.A.S.K., Thundercats, X-Men: the Animated Series, Mysterious Cities of Gold,... loved Dangermouse and Animaniacs
And of course Transformers and Voltron (Lion Force)
I'll probably thing of more.....
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