So, last time I introduced you to the Amazing Screw-On Head who only got a single episode of his tv show and now I'd like to introduce you to another hero whose adventures were cut tragically short of... well... getting a second episode.
Fantasy fans I give you...
Korgoth of Barbaria!
Korgoth of Barbaria is a parody of classical sword and sorcery by way of old school roleplaying and modern 'alternative' animation stylings. The primary source is presumably Conan the Barbarian but it does seem to draw fairly broadly from the genre.
It's funny stuff in a pretty low-rent style (entirely appropriate to it's subject).
Interestingly, despite the classical fantasy setting, it's actually set in a post-apocalyptic future. Not quite sure where that came from ideas-wise but could have been interesting. Maybe some time-travel fun further down the line? Certainly it also had something of a 'Heavy Metal magazine' vibe about it too... not to mention a pretty heavy soundtrack to go with it... most notably used in a montage sequence around the middle of the episode.
Anyway, it's fun, if not spectacular stuff... except... well... watch the opening credits and tell me that's not a show you wanted to see go to at least a season?
Huh? It's a girl chained to a tree!