FOX’s “Animation Domination” launches new online site with videos, GIFs galore

You may have to wait until summer of 2013 to see FOX’s “Animation Domination” stretch backward from Sunday nights to Saturday nights, but the comedy project just launched a new online home (in beta) complete with animated short videos and GIFs.

Here is one of the first videos, produced in quick turnaround yesterday following Tuesday night’s presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. It’s called “Robama.” How did that happen? You’ll have to roll the clip to find out:

And yes, isn’t clever/ironic that Animation Domination High Definition’s acronym, FOX ADHD, also is more commonly known and attached to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The site describes itself thusly: “ADHD is a block of animation airing Saturday nights on FOX starting next year and all over the internet right now. This shit is updated daily.”

Now hold on while these videos and graphics freeze your computer, and give you a straight case of ADHD…NOW!


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