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Cartoon Hangover's hit series gets a collection of shirts featuring Gas-powered Stick and Jelly Kid sandwiches from Threadless.

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The spring slate of new programming of Cartoon Hangover begins today with "Our New Electrical Morals." Sprung forh from the doodles and absurd imaginings of webcomic creator Mike Rosenthal, the long-running strip is the opening salvo in the YouTube channel's pilot-style releases of animated shorts which, with enough interest, could join "Bravest Warriors" as an ongoing series.

In our first interview ever conducted while wearing a monocle (not really) Rosenthal talked to us about the origins of the strip, the origins of the Business Cat, and his strange, conflicted feelings about dubstep.

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The next season of the YouTube animation channel Cartoon Hangover kicks off in a couple of weeks with Mike Rosenthal's "Our New Electric Morals." And the man behind getting Rosenthal, and "Adventure Time" creator Pendleton Ward and "SuperF*ckers" creator James Kochalka a place to show their oddball programming is Fred Seibert, founder of Frederator Studios.

Seibert, a longtime animation and TV vet (he's worked everywhere from Hanna Barbera to early-90's MTV) introduced the world to the more adult animation of Cartoon Hangover last year with the first season of "Bravest Warriors" shorts (which has spawned its own comics line from BOOM!) and James Kochalka's "SuperF*ckers," titles that might otherwise struggle to find homes on TV. We spoke to Seibert about the origins of Cartoon Hangover, what he's looking forward to in the fall lineup of new animated shorts, and how you too could potentially get your animated series on the YouTube channel.

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Unicorns, the haunted Internet, and a planet full of... well, you'll see... are set to debut this spring on the animation YouTube channel from "Adventure Time's" Frederator Studios.

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