Yakko, Wakko, and Dot have finally returned after their show ended in 1998, returning over twenty years later with the original cast returning, and fans of Animaniacs and anime in general are loving the segment where the Warner brothers and their sister spoofed the medium that was created in Japan. With the streaming service of Hulu bringing back the animated television series, as well as the characters of Pinky and the Brain, fans are excited to once again dive into this absurd world that has given fans more than a few laughs over the years.
Twitter User C_A_P shared the impressive anime spoof from Animaniacs, imagining Yakko, Wakko, and Dot as different anime archetypes that have appeared across Shonen series and other anime alike:
Because I know the Internet wants it:
The anime segment from the Animaniacs reboot.
Good job WB. Spot on. pic.twitter.com/7eBaKliENx— Chase "I’m Part of the Problem" Pritchard (@C_A_P_) November 20, 2020
What do you think of this hilarious anime spoof? Are you digging the new Animaniacs series? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the Animaniacs!
Dragon Ball Vibes
Holy shit. pic.twitter.com/0GQeKLueKU— 64 Bits (@64BitsAnimation) November 20, 2020
The perfect frame 0w0 pic.twitter.com/VrlEhjLdmW— tropical fuck storm (@Squ1gs) November 20, 2020
Pretty Darn Cool Indeed
This is actually pretty darn cool. I'm so glad we're long past those awful "lol those Japanese right? They think they are making cartoons." Days.— Daniel Olsén (@DanielOlsn) November 20, 2020
I wish we'd get a battle between them and Mojo JoJo's Bizarre adventure. pic.twitter.com/Nl2XvN0jWo— Bobby #TeamLH (@ScarfaceOne2) November 20, 2020
Studio Trigger Homage
Internet about to go crazy over "Kill la Kill Dot" pic.twitter.com/sPJ8Us7tM6— Myles (@Myles523) November 20, 2020
Metal Gear Wakko
Gonna tell my kids this was Fatman from MGS 2 pic.twitter.com/4qeJFrHF3a— Scot Hyena BLM (@TheBiggGae) November 20, 2020
Same feels at the end. pic.twitter.com/HTFK1MBi90— Jorge Urrea🏳️🌈👌🏾 (@ChopperM8) November 20, 2020
The entire internet after seeing this: pic.twitter.com/Bt0ds8x5ll— Alec (@alecwriter120) November 20, 2020