Random! Cartoons

Frederator Studios and Nickelodeon are teaming up again to deliver more hit cartoons for kids.

In the beginning… there was What a Cartoon! and Oh Yeah! Cartoons! Created by Fred Seibert, these two shows are Tv’s most successful short cartoon anthology series ever. Not only have these two programs helped launch the careers of some of today’s most prominent cartoon filmmakers, they gave Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon some of their biggest hits, proving that a lot can be accomplished in seven minutes.

Now Random! Cartoons is carrying the torch, delivering 39 brand new, funny, creator-driven, seven-minute cartoons for kids. Same philosophy, different name.

The series features the work of dozens of creators, more than 100 voice artists, and more than 300 cartoonists. If that weren’t enough info to make you all warm and fuzzy, this season is also the most diverse collection of shorts Frederator has ever produced. Unlike previous seasons, 2007 is “every short for itself”; the goal being to find 39 different properties rather than repeating characters in multiple shorts. The cartoons are also varied in styles and media, with traditional, CG, and Flash all in the mix. Finally, the folks behind the shorts are very different, too, and not only ethnically and culturally or in age and experience, either. Eight Random! cartoons are by seven women, a record percentage, which is sure to herald a fantastic new spin on the future of animation.

Random! Cartoons premiered on the Nicktoons Network in 2009. Already two hits have spun off. Eric Robles’ Fanboy & Chum Chum is Nickelodeon’s first original CG television show and has become the network’s #1 animated series. Pendleton Ward’s Adventure Time has been an Internet phenomenon (with over 5,000,000 views) and a breakout on Cartoon Network. Keep tuned in, there’s more to come.

Originating channels: Nickelodeon & Nicktoons [USA]

Created by Fred Seibert

Stuff

Fan Art for Pendleton Ward’s Adventure Time

Episodes
Adventure Time by Pendleton Ward
Boneheads by Polygon Pictures
Bradwurst by Jason Plapp & Angelo di Nallo
The Bravest Warriors by Pendleton Ward
Call Me Bessie! by Dana Galin & Diane Kredensor
Dr. Dee & Bit Boy by Seo jun-kyo, Kang yo-kong, & Larry Huber
Dr. Froyd’s Funny Farm by Bill Burnett & Jaime Diaz
Dugly Uckling’sTreasure Quest by Guy Vasilovich
Fanboy by Eric Robles
Flavio by Mike Milo
Garlic Boy by John R. Dilworth
Gary Guitar by Bill Plympton
Girls on the GO! by Aliki Theofilopoulos
Handycat by G. Brian Reynolds & Russ Harris
Hero Heights by Raul Aguirre Jr. & Bill Ho
Ivan the Unbearable by Andrew Dickman
Krunch & the Kid by Adam Henry
Kyle + Rosemary by Jun Falkenstein
Mind the Kitty by Anne Walker
Moo Beard the Cow Pirate by Kyle A. Carrozza
Ratzafratz by Karl Toerge & Jim Wyatt
Samsquatch by Adam Muto
Solomon Fix by Doug TenNapel
Sparkles & Gloom by Melissa Wolfe & Anne Walker
Sugarfoot by Erik Knutson
Super John Doe Junior by Lincoln Peirce
Teapot by Greg Eagles
The Dangerous Duck Brothers by Pat Ventura
The Finster Finster Show by Jeff DeGrandis
The Infinite Goliath by Mike Gray & Erik Knutson
Thom Cat by Mike Gray
Tiffany by Adam Henry
Victor by Niki Yang
Yaki & Yumi by Aliki Theofilopoulos
Bronk & Bongo by Manny Galan & Alan Goodman
Squirly Town by Doug TenNapel
Hornswiggle by Jerry Beck

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