Busytown Mysteries +Review+More Like This
I know it's odd that a person in his 20s is still watching kids' animation but often times that's an exception and Cookie Jar's Busytown Mysteries (aka "Hurray for Huckle") is one of them
Unlike Care Bears AiCaL, Busytown Mysteries revisits the world of the late Richard Scarry's Busytown quite well
Voice Overs may sound off for those who still love/remember CiNAR's "The Busy World of Richard Scarry" but they are in need of getting use to however, they fit the characters as well as they could.
The visual style is similar of that of Random House Home Video/Jumbo Pictures' direct to video "Richard Scarry's The Best Video Ever" series as in they look like they jumped out of the books of which they came from
Flash animation is fluent and not laden with dead giveaway limitations like other Canadian made flash cartoons and unlike other flash cartoons made in Canada (which are often crap like Atomic Betty), Busytown Mysteries is a very decent show for kids and those beyond it's target audience