We’re officially in the doldrums, and none of the streaming services have much going on for cartoon fans. Netflix is actually dropping some great superhero fare.
Netflix Streaming Cartoons, March 2017
- Angry Birds, season 2 – Did you know there was an Angry Birds show? I did not.
- Kate and Mim-Mim, season 2 – Kids show
- Kung Fu Panda – The original adventures of Jack Black’s pudgy wuxia master
- Coraline – The dark Neil Gaiman adaptation was one of Laika’s first and best works
- Bottersnikes & Gumbles, season 2 – Based on an Australian kids’ series and looking like The Dark Crystal, it’s Rabbids vs. Trolls.
- Who Framed Roger Rabbit – This was an instant classic in 1988, but I wonder if it’s held up.
- Archer, season 7 – Get yourself ready for Archer: Dreamland!
- Dinotrux, season 4 – The long, unsung partnership between DreamWorks and Netflix continues. Just how many Dreamworks originals are on the streaming service now?
Animated Titles Leaving Netflix
Netflix is dropping a few great DC films this month, so catch up fast!
- Justice League: War
- Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox – This is the one to watch.
- Otto the Rhino
- The Invincible Iron Man
Hulu Cartoons, Marc 2017
- Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit – I don’t know. Jon Heder’s in it, though.
- Surf’s Up – The true story of a surfing penguin voiced by Shia LeBeouf.
- Steven Universe, season 3
- Sheriff Callie’s Wild West, season 2 – Kid stuff!
- Counterfeit Cat, season 1 – KID STUFF! This one looks like Adventure Time, though.
- Pickles, season 2 – Adult Swim-style stuff about a sandwich shop
- The Powerpuff Girls, season 1 – This is presumably the new series.
Amazon Prime Streaming Cartoons, March 2017
- We Bare Bears, season 3
- The Powerpuff Girls, season 3 – And this is the original series, since the new one hasn’t hit 3 seasons yet.
What’s Leaving Amazon Prime
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