Armstrong animated some of the most memorable and unhinged sequences from the iconic 1990s Nicktoon ‘The Ren & Stimpy Show.’
To commemorate the release of ‘Migration,’ we’re revisiting some of our favorite ducks throughout cartoon history.
From red hot Twenties jazz to the contemporary stylings of Gorillaz, we pay homage to cartoon bands.
Also known as Fauntleroy Fox and Crawford Crow in their comic book appearances – the duo starred in twenty-one cartoons in the 1940s.
Disney may be the leading purveyor of safe, family-friendly entertainment today, but that hasn’t always been the case.
Created by Rudolf Ising, this cartoon dog headlined three Warner Bros. cartoons in the early 1930s
Tyer’s crude drawings and off-kilter movements can give the impression of being slapdash, but like a great jazz musician improvises around a melody, Tyer expertly bent and stretched his characters with a playful sense of experimentation.
Spence developed his kinetic style working under Ub Iwerks and Tex Avery and went on to animate some of Tom & Jerry’s wildest moments.
Historian Vincent Alexander has put together a collection of fire and water animation that spans more than 90 years.
To celebrate the 110th birthday of the looniest of the Looney Tunes directors, we’re looking at some of the best freakouts in his filmography.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting just a few of the trailblazing women who made important contributions during the Golden Age of Animation.
You may not know its name, but you certainly know the melody.
Hollywood tried hard to make theatrical cartoons less raunchy and fun, but animators still found a way to keep their work weird.
Historian Vincent Alexander has put together a list of 18 lesser-known stop-motion Christmas shorts you might not have seen before.
As ‘Strange World’ gets set to blast off in theaters this week, Vincent Alexander reminds us about some amazing animated aliens.
Historian Vincent Alexander has exhumed a frightening list of stop-motion gems worth dusting off this Halloween.
Cartoon Brew looks at the faces behind the voices of dozens of Disney’s most iconic characters from the studio’s early animated features.
The release of Chip ’N Dale: Rescue Rangers got us thinking about the long history of mixing live action and animation in the days before computers.
The Academy Awards have a long history of ignoring the greatest animated films and filmmakers. Here’s a survey of some classic snbs.
Rediscover the rubbery, joyful lunacy of classic cartoons that inspired Netflix’s latest series.
Here’s a first-of-its-kind guide to some of the animated treasures that anyone can now post, sample, and remix as they see fit.