Do You know any obscure shows?

winstein

Justice is not limited, it is a universal quality
Due to me not knowing the name of this show, I think it's rather obscure.

Basically in this show, there's a dog police, a cat police on a wheelchair and a rat police that's gigantic compared to them. Also the villain involves a fox police. There's also a walrus mayor too. This show has some surreal scenarios from what I remember, which includes things like a hippopotamus with fly wings and one thing that makes people invisible (still can see their eyes).

Does anybody know what show I'm talking about?

Thanks for reading.
 

Walkazo

Thou liest!
Wiki Bureaucrat
Googling "god cat rat police mayor walrus" came up with Patrol 03. (Weirdly, without the typo, searching "dog cat rat police mayor walrus" just yields stuff about bylaws and animal abuse.)
 

winstein

Justice is not limited, it is a universal quality
One more show I thought of is Detective Bogey. It's essentially a show with insects and the main character is a detective (don't remember what insect he is). I do know that one team of villains are mosquitoes, unsurprisingly.

Also, surprised to see that Argai: the Prophecy was mentioned earlier than me, so I didn't pay attention to earlier posts of this thread.

Walkazo said:
Googling "god cat rat police mayor walrus" came up with Patrol 03. (Weirdly, without the typo, searching "dog cat rat police mayor walrus" just yields stuff about bylaws and animal abuse.)
Thanks you for finding out the name! I couldn't find the name when I use the usual "dog cat rat police" myself, so to hear that this is what reveals the name is funny. Turns out that this show really is surreal as I remembered it.

The description of the villain said that she is a cat. Weird: I thought the villain is a fox the last I remember.

Thanks for reading.
 

Julia-BM

Surely you jestin!
Pixel Pinkie

It's an Australian cartoon about a girl named Nina who's cellphone has a genie in it (Who, by the way, is the titular character). But when Nina grants her wishes, Pinkie interprets them the wrong way, and she tells Nina she'll have to wait for the wish to wear off.

Some call it a Fairly Oddparents ripoff, but I personally enjoy it.
 

Redshift

Enjoying dinners at 9:00 PM
Heard about this show through MysteriousMrEnter, who did an animated atrocity off of it.
 

winstein

Justice is not limited, it is a universal quality
Marie the best squid said:
I rarely hear anyone bring up Hero 108 or Skunk-Fu, so do they count?
I've only heard of Skunk Fu, but never heard the other one. The name "Hero 108" sounds like a Chinese show due to the popular Chinese novel "Water Margin" which featured 108 outlaws, and that turns out to be partially right (Taiwan is involved).

Speaking of Chinese animation, I remembered one of the Old Master Q cartoons, and that animated show involved the main characters needing to rescue their creator within fairy tales while solving some crisis instigated by the villains (which involved an evil bearded wizard and Old Master's rival) within each one. I remembered it mainly due to the "Forever Friends" song.

Probably a recent show that might have been flown under the radar might be Mickey and the Roadster Racers, which is from what I understand a followup to Mickey Mouse's Clubhouse. I guess its lack of educational element (considered infamous for long-time fans) made it less popular? Can't say for sure if it's obscure despite being recent.

Thank you for reading.
 

Sgt Jack V

Wow, what a party!
The Day My Butt Went Psycho.

Long story short, shitty cartoon based on good book.
 

Julia-BM

Surely you jestin!
There's Viva Piñata, a CGI television series created by Rare. It's about sentient animal piñatas who have misadventures and it's fun to watch.

It lasted from 2006 to 2008, and it even got it's own game (Which some of you might be more familiar with than the show) a couple months after the first episode was aired!
 

Julia-BM

Surely you jestin!
"Yoko"

It's this show about these 3 kids who have this monster named Yoko, and they go on adventures in....their imagination, I think?

It's also on US Netflix.
 
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