A predictable "If he can replace me with a hot girl like that so quickly then maybe I want him back" response. Humans are like that.
Polkadot Stingray are a Japanese rock band, and they've had Kamikaze Douga help with a mixed real-anime action music video.
Fan of Sweet Child o' Mine? The 1989 Guns N' Roses came out barely closer to Return of the Jedi (6 years) than it did The Phantom Menace (10 years) but now seems to have found it's Star Wars home with The Mandalorian.
A cyberpunk woman chills in a suburban train while the background races past. The animation loops while lo-fi beats curated from Soundcloud play.
Putrescence Regnant is a "bog crawl" adventure for MORK BORG that comes on an LP. It's music. It's an adventure. It's a collectable, and it's doing well on Kickstarter.
Wit Studio the animation talent behind shows like Attack on Titan (well, some of it) and the Great Pretender buckled down with a joint task with Japanese band Uchikubigokumon-Doukoukai.
The Red Opera creates a setting of its own called the Shadelands. This means you can take any group of heroes playing D&D 5e, give them access to the Shadelands and get them involved in the events of the campaign.
A cover of Lewis Capaldi's number 1 hit "Someone You Loved". In this case, it's a wizard you loved. Or didn't.
The animation retells Ed Greenwood's first novel, Making of a Mage in which as a rogue Elminster works with a gang of thieves.
The motley crew of animated outcasts that make up the Gorillaz are back. Along with ScHoolboy Q, they feature in PAC-Man.