Discover five of Cartoon Brew’s favorite creepy classics, based upon the literary works of Edgar Allen Poe, Franz Kafka, and more.
A new book explores the original, un-Disney-like goals of Pixar’s first feature effort.
Barney Rubble with green toenails, Yogi Bear mass graveyards, fake Charlie Browns: welcome to the weird wide world of cartoon merchandising!
A new book seeks to remedy the lack of English scholarship on China’s contribution to the medium.
A new edition of “The Anime Encyclopedia” aims to cover anime more comprehensively than ever before. Does it succeed?
I regret starting this review on a negative note, but it should be said that “Anime Fan Communities” is not the most accurately-titled book. Author Sandra Annett takes international anime fandom as her starting point, but she ends up engaging with a much wider range of topics.
Cartoon Brew speaks to director Greg McLeod about “365,” a new short with an unusual concept.
Bit by bit, overtly gay characters are making inroads into animation targeted primarily at children, but the fear of gay cartoon characters has existed for years.
One of the most interesting things about the new “Judge Dredd: Superfiend” online mini-series is how it straddles the line between fan work and official product.
The BBC published a video report on a new animation initiative in Africa that aims to nurture new talent from around the continent.