Brad Bird, virtual reality, storyboarding, and true animation legends are part of our must-see Comic-Con events.
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Warner Bros. Animation’s “Mike Tyson Mysteries” is a throwback to the celebrity-endorsed TV cartoons of the 1970s and ’80s, but the comedic twist is that the “celebrity” is a wife-beating, drug-abusing, flesh-biting, convicted rapist.
Last week at San Diego Comic-Con, Cartoon Network offered the first look at “Over the Garden Wall,” a ten-episode fantasy mini-series that will debut this fall.
At a presentation for LAIKA’s third stop motion feature “The Boxtrolls,” LAIKA’s CEO Travis Knight told San Diego Comic-Con audiences that he hopes to make a hand-drawn animated film at some point in the future.
In a first-of-its-kind programming move that even surprised the show’s creators, Nickelodeon will remove “The Legend of Korra” from its network schedule, and premiere the remaining episodes of season three exclusively on digital platforms.
While we’ve known for quite a while that the new “SpongeBob” film would have computer-animation in it, the first image from “SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water” was revealed today.
San Diego Comic-Con 2014 begins tonight. If you have an animation-related project or merchandise that you want attendees to know about, post it in the comments.
Comic-Con International: San Diego is almost upon us, and the organizers have released the event’s mammoth program schedule. The madness, taking place from July 24-27, includes hundreds of panels, discussions, art demos, and screenings, with everyone from Buzz Aldrin to Betty White getting their moment to shine.