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The ‘Jonny Quest’ Opening Comes Alive With Stop-Motion Animation [Video]

Even if you’ve never watched a full episode of Hanna-Barbera’s ’60s staple Jonny Quest, its influence as an animated adventure show still shines brightly in The Venture Bros. Watching Roger D. Evans’ stellar, action figure-studded stop-motion animated recreation of the original Jonny Quest opening sequence, it’s easy to understand why — there are tough dudes, mildly insane kids and a cute dog fighting dinosaurs, mummies, robots, snakes and more. As faithful as Evans and his crew’s shot-for-shot recreation of the show’s opening is, it’s loving hi-res recreation is arguably totally even more exciting than the original. Scope out the stop-motion animated recreation of the original Jonny Quest opening sequence after the jump, just don’t blame us if you start watching nothing but Cartoon Network’s Boomerang channel waiting for episodes to air.

A version of the original animated opening:

[Via Super Punch]

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