Discover the work of Jared Chapman, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day!
This is a story of a vanished kingdom, a forgotten hero, and a once sacred place.
The show will explore the studio’s iterative and collaborative design process.
Bugs Bunny’s life explained by a true animation fan.
The legendary animator responsible for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” “The Thief and the Cobbler,” and so much more is on social media at least.
Now 75, Bugs Bunny remains a towering influence. We look at some of his greatest hits.
China has a new all-time animation champ…and it’s a Chinese-made animated feature!
Critics pretty much couldn’t stand Adam Sandler’s videogame vehicle, but who couldn’t see that coming?
Melancholy crocodile stores a funny feeling under floor. When he decides to let loose, the eyes return and tie his noose.
Discover the artwork of Stephen Maurice Graham, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day.
DreamWorks has finally found a viable business model: selling its studio campus over and over again.
The film promises Chinese animation like you’ve never seen before.
“The Autobots” was a flop with Chinese audiences, but Disney lawyers are watching it closely.
On a desert planet, the natives are running away from the menacing shadow of the night.
Discover the art of Anna Craig, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day.
Responsible for shepherding “Welcome to the Wayne,” James Stephenson will oversee animation development and creation at Nick’s Burbank studio.
Disney and Triggerfish are launching an animation development program exclusively for African directors and writers.
Here’s a new clothing line for investment bankers and studio execs who want to pretend they like cartoons.
The films of the legendary Japanese filmmaker will be screened in Switzerland over the next couple months.
Egg-citing news from Mexico!
Et tu doggy?
LEGO and pixels move aside…it’s Emoji’s turn!
Our first extended look at the world of Pixar’s “Good Dinosaur.”
“Sword in the Stone” is the latest live-action Disney remake. Thankfully, we’ve got a chart to keep track of it now.
How a two-hundred-year-old opera made the transition to an online motion comic for contemporary audiences.
A crop-duster named investigates a mysterious explosion in the Florida Everglades.