LOST EPISODES OF NITE FITE RETURNING TO CHANNEL FREDERATOR!
Tomorrow is election day, but don’t worry, the arguing needn’t stop! To celebrate the launch of our new original shorts at Cartoon Hangover, we are taking the locks off of the vault.
Yep you heard me right. There were three whole episodes of Nite Fite that Dan Meth created and animated, yet they never saw the light of day. The first of these episodes comes out tomorrow, only on Channel Frederator. Also get a peek of our new original short series, Bravest Warriors.
Drinking & Drawing: Bikini Zombies Submitted by Frederator Studios
Madam Babette Submitted by Marcos Cohen
For Better Performances Submitted by Fabian Dores Pais
Trigger Happy Submitted by Javier Lopez-Duprey
And lo, it was Tuesday and there was a new Channel Frederator, warning thee against VICE! Starting it all off is the latest Drinking and Drawing, from New York City, featuring the braaaaaaaaainnnnnns behind it, Dan Meth! We follow that up with a cute little French woman’s tale of woe, following too much TV. For Better Performances explains why you shouldn’t smoke, and finally, what happens when a villain tries, and we mean, really tries, to be a hero? Trigger Happy shows us.What would you be willing to give up? Drinking or Drawing? Justin and The Fredbot want to know! Leave a comment below or give them a call at 888-414-8148
The Mystery of Pig City Submitted by Garth Jones Drinking & Drawing NYC 2.0 Submitted by Frederator Studios; created by Dan Meth Country Ghost #4 Submitted by Mike Geiger
Live from New York, it’s Channel Frederator! We’re back, baby, and we got a rad new set of ‘toons for you! Check them out: Can you solve The Mystery of Pig City: Where have all the cats gone? Who is taking them? WHODUNNIT, for crying out loud? Then it’s the world premiere of Drinking and Drawing 2.0. The theme this time around is ‘bunnies!’ And wrapping it all up is the latest episode from Mike Geiger and his County Ghost. Leave us a voicemail telling us your best ghost story and you could be on the next episode!
Today is a special episode featuring music videos from our sister network, $99 Music Videos. The premise is they match one band, with one director, and challenge them to make an awesome music video for just $99. The videos we have chosen all deal with animation in some way, from time lapse to stop motion. To see the behind the scenes of how they were made make sure to check out http://99dollarmusicvideos.com.In this episode:Jeffrey Lewis & the Junkyard, Objectified directed by Jack FerrySavoir Adore, MERP directed by Matthew SemelMixel Pixel, Monster Manual directed by Dan Meth