Sorry it took so long. I enjoyed getting to draw Courage for once. He's one of my all time favorites characters, too.
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Courage the Cowardly Dog (c) John Dilworth & Cartoon Network.
Robot Jones (c) Greg Miller & Cartoon Network
By the way, I meant to say this in the longer comment, but did you ever see Disney's Teamo Supremo? It was a flash animated cartoon on Toon Disney about the early 2000s. It wasn't my favorite show, but I remember it distinctly. I bring it up because for many years, the episodes were lost. There was no DVD and the episodes could not be found anywhere online. It was a bizarre thing to go lost but apparently so few people cared about it. I think they are found now, but yeah, they were considered lost media for a while.
Sorry, I haven't seen it. The two Disney shows I watch when I was a kid the House of Mouse and Lilo and Stitch the series. It's been a long time since I seen Disney shows. I always remember is show called Brandy and Mr. Whiskers. I thought it was pretty funny because that show had creepy or abstract ways of illustrating points, similar to Flapjack but not as much. Flapjack was probably the last newish cartoon I actually like.
i loved Hoise of Mouse. Lilo and Stitch the series was ok but I grew out of it really quickly, my favorites were Lloyd in Space, Weekenders and Recess.
Brandy and Whiskers was ok. I agree with you on the Art stle, a modernist take on Looney Tunes IMO. It looked like a Cartoon Network show.
Flapjack is very underrated. The art style took risks and the storyline was kind of relatable. I think K'nuckles being a bad role model is a stupid complaint because the show makes it very clear that he's a loser. You're charmed by the fact that Flap is blind to his issues--I've never seen anything like that since SpongeBob. Plus, most of the crew went on to make Adventure Time--a very popular cartoon that I actually think is a pile of shit, but still very popular for some reason.