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What are some good japanese/foreigner anime co-productions? Real co-productions, not western animations with japanese style like Avatar or Teen Titans.

The Mysterious Cities of Gold was one of the best things I've watched.
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Gotta be Once Upon a Time... Life

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIjZgg1lLg8
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Look at just about any cartoon with nihonese animation studios behind it. E.g. animaniacs was partially animated by TMS.
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>>100383463
That's not a co-production. That's just Warner Brothers outsourcing its animation; the same way many Jap and American studios outsource to Korea now.
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>>100383857
How is it any different from a coproduction?
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>>100382329
IGPX
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Alfred J. Kwak

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDCHcPhaW-g
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>>100384149
Mijn neger!
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>>100382399
I think he's talking about anime with outsorced production or something.

Anyway, i doubt there are many.
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A shit ton of old Nickelodeon cartoons.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdNPy9rh4eU

Maya the bee, The littles, David the Gnome, some broad who has talking koalas from some other world from 'straya, etc...
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>>100382329
Dogtanian. That shit was balls.
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Ulysses 31, motherfuckers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMlpHXHjeJM
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I'm gonna go with Cybersix.
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The Animatrix, also Batman: Gotham Knight and Halo Legends thought the latter two aren't as good.



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