Over the Garden Wall (TV Mini-Series 2014)

TV Mini-Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Drama

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Two brothers find themselves lost in a mysterious land and try to find their way home.




  • Over the Garden Wall (2014)
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29 November 2018 | Animany94
| Pretty great actually.
What can I say about this show? It has to be expirienced to grasp it, because of all these interesting characters which appear in the different episodes.

The main characters Wirt and Greg make up this pair of brothers of which Wirt is an insecure but straight one and Greg is a goofball with high spirits. Even though both serve a purpose in the series I kind of hated Greg most of the time, because the goofball role came of not as comedic but just stupid like a no-brain moron most of the time, but he gets better over time.

We encounter many interesting characters and scenarios through the episodes on their journey through the forest. Creepy stuff happens and they somehow solve it.

An unsetteling feeling hangs over every episode and the gorgeous backgrounds are made with great attention to detail to suit every feeling we're supposed to feel and that is the core purpose of art! One of the highlights of this mini-series.

Worth watching for everyone who enjoys well crafted animation and fairy-tales.

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3 November 2014



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