They were a series of flash cartoons hosted on Cartoon Network’s website back in the early 2000’s. Most of them were one-shot toons done by various artists and animation studios, but there were a couple series that ran for about half a dozen or so episodes each- “B. Happy”, “Pink Donkey and the Fly”, and “The Marshmallow Money Show”. Some of the one-shot cartoons I remember are:
-“Captain Distraction”, about a superhero who is easily distracted
-“Chip and Bit”, a Tron-esque toon about a kid who could draw stuff with vectors and a floating green gem who could only say “Yes” or “No” in a robot voice
-“Mastermind, Henchman, and the Other Guy”, a trio of wannabe villains who get into hijinks trying to mail something
-“Champ and Slump”, an impatient cheetah who’s trying to order fast food from a dull-witted sloth before he has to compete in a big race.
-“A Meal of Two Cities”, a musical tale about two warring nations: one made of meat, and the other made of fruits and vegetables.
I ask this because they haven’t been on Cartoon Network’s site for years now, and try as I might, I can barely find anything about these cartoons. The most I found are some low-res screenshots and a couple very brief wikipedia pages. It’s almost as if they never existed. I mean, I’m sure they haven’t aged well, given how crappy some older flash cartoons look today, but it just really, really bugs me to think that so many animations have just vanished from the internet without a trace. All that talent; gone.
If anybody has a clue where I might find some of these cartoons, let me know.