In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, here are two photo galleries worth exploring: African-Americans in the Animation Industry
This you gotta see. The remarkable story behind an artist and his 200-plus wood carving recreations of great cartoon characters.
Two guys made a live-action remake of Toy Story, shot-for-shot, using actual toys.
“Anal Retention in Three Dimensions” has a certain ring to it…
Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment super star John Cena will be replacing Fred Flintstone on four million Fruity Pebbles boxes.
There’s some ugly stuff to be found in the dusty bins of animation history. Case in point: this wildy inappropriate ad promoting Krazy Kat theatrical animated shorts.
Illustrator Rob Loukotka’s ACME Corporation Kickstarter project is worth writing about for many reasons besides the fact that he’s trying to raise money.
The cleverest animated greeting I’ve seen this year came from King Features, the folks behind Popeye, Felix, and Betty Boop.
Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, of “Take Five” fame, died last Wednesday, the day before his 92nd birthday.
A rap song about the Disney short Paperman by Adam WarRock and Vince Vandal.