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Category: Cartoon Culture
Never fails: if you want to stump someone, simply ask them an animation-related question. If there’s anything the general public knows next to nothing about, it’s our beloved art form.
See how an Argentinian candidate is using a Pink Panther cartoon as part of her political campaign.
It’s not as dire as it sounds though.
Forget dressing up as anime characters, fans are dressing up as anime creators.
Fox, which once considered selling “Simpsons”-branded beer “detrimental to children,” has changed its tune.
Rule #1 for becoming U.S. president in 2016: Do good cartoon impressions.
The Looney Tunes characters don’t entertain anymore, but they’ll sell you $200 kicks.
We’ll have 2 Chucks, a Natwick, and a Blair.
Cartoons bring the world together!
“You may be interested to know that Donald lays several eggs each morning and consumes them for food.”
Get down with the sailor man!
“The Secret of Kells” and other Irish animation highlights go postal.
Dr. Martens will release a limited edition ‘Adventure Time’-inspired footwear line next month.
Each issue will come with a free gift.
“The Simpsons” opening re-envisioned as pixel art.
Throughout the history of rap and hip-hop, musicians have tackled a dizzying array of subject matters and themes, yet no one has ever rapped a UPA animated short. Until now, that is.
Now that PDI/DreamWorks is shutting down, who will save the studio’s Pirate Bar?
Real-Life Peter Griffin (aka Robert Franzese) explains why he does what he does.
Following the grueling completion of each DreamWorks animated feature, the company’s employees engage in a ritualistic cake sacrifice ceremony.
Symptom: Children seem listless and bored. Cure: Casper
An Italian woman who has the same name as a character on the hit British preschool series “Peppa Pig” is suing London-based animation studio Astley Baker Davies for €100,000.
Here’s a look at how some Disney employees came to work today.
Kevin Blankenship makes pancakes in the shapes of various cartoon characters.
Someone, somewhere within Warner Bros. Consumer Products, approved these Halloween costumes for sale to the general public.
DreamWorks Animation continues to expand its footprint in the world of fashion through strategic partnerships with trendy fashion labels, like its new Jeremy Scott x Shrek line.