Cheese Wars (partially found CGI animated web series; 1998-2001)

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The series' logo.

Status: Partially Found

Cheese Wars was an 3D CGI internet cartoon written, directed, produced, animated and mostly voice-acted by the artist Greg Wrenn, which lasted from the late 1990s to early 2000s with only thirteen episodes.


An Ad for CheeseWars from 2001.

It's a comedy that follows the offbeat adventures of a small gang of childish friends through pop culture references and dairy puns in a world populated by anthropomorphic sentient pieces of cheese.

"I like to think of CheeseWars as sorta Les Misérables meet The Simpsons".

An Image of the Eight Episode of CheeseWars, Found on their Website.


Almost nothing is found online about the series except the fact that it started back in Late 1998[1] and one episode which was the last episode ever made, possibly in 2001 considering the fact that no new episodes came for the series in the following years[1], a duology of shorts based on Hamlet[2], an interview of the author on Arts & Minds and a synopsis of Hamlet Act 2:

"Very enjoyable jokey computer animation, depicting Hamlet’s encounter with the ghost. There is more invention here in three minutes than many films have at thirty times the length. Swooping camera, dynamic low-level tracking shots, striking changes in angle, surprise visual references (the use of a slot machine), grand music and of course the unexpected factor of having the parts played by what the filmmaker calls mutant teddy bears. Yes it’s silly, but all the words are there, and it’s done in a spirit of affectionate fun."[3]


Greg Wrenn interview on Arts & Minds (Cheese Wars) 2/14/2000.

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