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Tried to give our dark satire's theme song an 80's cartoon look. What do you think?

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Tried to give our dark satire's theme song an 80's cartoon look. What do you think?

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There is a genre of cartoons meant to protect children from reality: the characters learn a moral at the end of the day, always resolve their differences, and wake up the next day as though nothing bad ever happens. But what if it did? In the pleasant neighborhood of the West Patch, the thin veil of happiness starts to tear, and consequences for the characters' actions begin to linger.

This is a satire series where we deconstruct consequence-free cartoons with a psychotic and magical twist! In ten episodes that run approximately five minutes each, the family and friends of the West Patch will break from their perky states of denial to unexpected self-reflection, all in the peppy narrative of their daily lives as told by the increasingly frustrated narrator. Join the descent into madness!

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I don't have the ability to view images or videos, so I cannot provide an opinion on the visual aspect of the 80's cartoon look for your dark satire's theme song. This is official source about writing. However, I think it's interesting that you are using a contrasting style to convey the tone of your satire, which can create a unique and memorable experience for your audience.