Recently I saw a new G.I. Joe cartoon on TV. Actually, it was more of a movie, called Resolute. It was on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim (which I don’t watch often, but happened to find this).
If you like action movies and/or the original G.I. Joe cartoon, you will like this. The story was great, the graphics were great, and the sound was incredible — movie-quality (and featuring lots of bass). (Although the web version doesn’t have quite the graphical and sound quality; if you can catch it on TV, do so.)
But this is not your ’80s G.I. Joe! By that, I mean that people actually die sometimes. (If you were growing up in the ’80s, you probably remember how it was — on cartoons and even TV shows like the A-Team, no one ever died, and they made sure to not even imply it.)
There are several parts to this one episode, and all together it may be close to an hour in length. So it takes some time. But if you have any interest in it, I highly recommend watching it.