Animation Lookback is a Canadian adult/dark comedy documentary web series created and hosted by Mat Brunet (aka AniMat) in 2009. The series follows Brunet discusses the history of worldwide old and modern animation studios, animators and the works of animations made over the years.
The series is rated TV-PG as it contains some of the adult humor, languages, mature contents, and unpleasant and disturbing graphic yelling/exclamation throughout.
It is available on YouTube.
Show's info Edit
- Genre: Web series, Comedy, Dark comedy, Documentary, Spoiler, Insult comedy, Review
- Host: Mat Brunet (aka AniMat)
- First released: October 16, 2009
- Country: Canada
AniMat got the idea in 2008 from Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: GodzillaThon and was facinated by the concept of talking about the history of a project. Initially it was thought of as a video game review vlog, but the idea was scrapped due to needing expensive lighting and went for a simple Disney history project. All of the 49 films were initially supposed to be in seperate videos individually but due to requiring more time, there would simply be a whole season of Disney history with 3-5 films in each episode. After finishing the project in summer 2009, the first episode was uploaded on October 16, 2009 to critical success and AniMat decided to make more seasons talking about different studios, franchises, animation mediums, animators, and even channels while also getting better lighting and sound quality as the years progressed.
|#||Released years||Episode titles||Number of scenes (do not erase)||Episodes||Discriptions||Topics||Honorable Mentions||Scenes||Notes/Trivias|
|1||2009-2010||Walt Disney Animation Studios||24||14||In this episode, Mat goes through history of the world's legendary and longest running animation studio Walt Disney Animation Studios and its ongoing series of the most timeless animated feature classics.||Walt Disney Animation Studios||Marry Poppins (1964) (live action/animated)|
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (live action/animated)
|24||The show's first season|
|2||2010||DreamWorks Animation||24||7||Mat tells the history and the works of DreamWorks Animation, an animation studio known for to be one of the major rivals of Disney and Pixar of animation marketing, with film and the most memorable works including Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon and more.||DreamWorks Animation||Father of the Pride (2004) (TV series)||24|
|3||2010||Hanna-Barbara||28||5||AniMat explains the timeline story of the animation works created and produced by two men, Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera and their famous animation company Hanna-Barbera, which was known for making animated series for television for four decades , and introduces such popular cartoon stars such as Tom and Jerry, Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear, The Flinstones, The Jetsons, Scooby Doo, their version of The Smurfs, and more.||Tom and Jerry
Hanna-Barbera Productions The 1st-5 Cartoon Cartoons (Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, I Am Weasel and the original Powerpuff Girls)
|The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera (1990) (attraction)
Charlotte's Web (1973)
|4||2011-2012||Don Bluth||25||5||Mat discusses the career story about one of former Disney animators Don Bluth, who produced the most timeless cult animated classics to compete Disney in the animation industry during the 80s and 90s.||Don Bluth
Sullivan Bluth Studios
Fox Animation Studios
|Dragon's Lair (1983) (video game)
Space Ace (1983) (video game)
Dragon's Lair II: Time Wrap (1991) (video game)
|24||This the first Animation Lookback spiecal to be facuse on the animator.|
|5||2013||Pixar Animation Studios||32||6||Mat tells about Pixar, a company who's known for the arts of computer animation and released such memorable animated classics like Toy Story, Cars, Finding Nemo, Monster Inc., etc.||Pixar Animation Studios||Luxo Jr. (1986) (short film)||32|
|6||2014-2015||Best of Stop-Motion||40||10||Mat explains about how the arts of stop-motion, an animation technquie that is used for entertainment and a special effects tool for films and other entertainments. He also states about the films that're been use with the same medium, including the most important companies people in the industry such Ray Harryhausen,Will Vinton, Aardman, Tim Burton, and Henry Selick.||Stop-motion animation and effects
|King Kong (1933) (live action)||40|
|7||2015-2016||Studio Ghibli||27||6||Mat explains about one of Japan's award-wining legendary animation studio Studio Ghibli.||Studio Ghibli||Castle of Cagliostro (1979)||23||This is the first season to focus on a non-American productions.|
|8||2016- 2017||Looney Tunes||24||21||Parodied Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, AniMat tours the viewers through history of one of Warner Brothers' most important properties and most famous works in the field of animation which is the none other than Looney Tunes, a series which is known for to be a direct competitor of Disney's animated short series like Mickey Mouse and Silly Symphonies, with the use format of animation which is cartoons, features the collection of most famous animated stars like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Foghorn Leghorn, Elmer Fudd, Tweety, and others.||Looney Tunes||Space Jam (1996)
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)
This the first season to be focus on the animation franchise.
|9||2017-2018||Cartoon Network||30+||6||AniMat will discuss viewers about the Cartoon Network, the best place for cartoons, which is showcasing existing, licensed and original and animated programs. And he will also discuss about the channel's original animated tv shows (except for the first-5 Cartoon Cartoons which are Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, I Am Weasel and the original Powerpuff Girls).||Cartoon Network's Original animated TV shows||TBA||??||This will be the first season to talk about a channel.|
|10||2018||Illumination Entertainment||20 (perhaps)||Less than 5||AniMat will explain the history of Illumination Entertainment including especially the Despicable Me films and probably Hop as an honorable mention since it is not as animated as Jambareeqi claims it is.||Illumination Entertainment as the animated blockbuster industry it is since this current decade of the 2010s|
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