A snow golem is attacked in the forest by his species' mortal enemy, a pack of fire wolves, who accidentally leave a cub behind after their retreat. The golem's solitary life is then thrown... See full summary »

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A snow golem is attacked in the forest by his species' mortal enemy, a pack of fire wolves, who accidentally leave a cub behind after their retreat. The golem's solitary life is then thrown comically into chaos as he attempts to care for the cub while fighting danger to reunite the cub with its family. The story of 'Thank You' is by Pendleton Ward, the creator of Cartoon Network's hit animated show, 'Adventure Time' and storyboard artist, Tom Herpich. Written by Anonymous

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I'm thankful for animations like this
9 July 2012 | by (Peru) – See all my reviews

This animated short is part of "Adventure Time", but it can be appreciated as something completely independent of that series.

What I like about "Adventure Time" is that, against what most detractor say, this cartoon is much more than just "random things happening without any reason", being a very well done show with lots of character development, continuity, interesting characters, funny stories that also has several heartwarming moments.

Oddly enough, in this animation Finn, Jake and the Ice King have only a minor role, while the story is focused in the everyday life of another living being from the Land of Ooo, the snow golem, which befriends a Fire Wolf cub, taking care of it before returning it to its family.

"Thank You" it's a very good-spirited animation with a message of generosity and optimism, which shows that even those who are supposed to be enemies can get along and help each other, something that in my opinion is a very nice lesson, not only for the kids, but the adults as well.

10/10


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