Film Threat has released this awful clip, that just proves that mainstreaming is the worst evil an artist can commit, if he does it sloppily at least. It seems to be a test for a "Hate" cartoon. "Hate" follows the post-teen depression years of compromise, of Bagge's stand out character and 80's, New Jersey burnout "Buddy Bradley" as he moves to the hip berg of Seattle, woos and loses the girl of his dreams (and nightmares), hooks up with the girl (with no self esteem) that he shouldn't and heads back East, having realized he'd arrived to late for Seattle's "Golden Era", worse for wear and with said girlfriend, pregnant and in-tow. It's a generational masterpiece and deserves better treatment then this piece of "Adult Swim" rejection. Check it out Here! (I've included links above for all the comics mentioned. Check them out too!)
FROM THE FILM THREAT VAULT! In the mid-90's there were rumors of a Hate animated series from creator Peter Bagge. Whereas the show never did see the light of day, an animated short did play the 1996 Sundance Film Festival..
(Here's some more Peter Bagge fun!!)