“Weird Al’ Yankovic: “Goodbye to one of the all-time greatest American institutions.”
“Revue du Film d’Animation” will only be published in French — to begin with, at least.
Our hand-picked guide to 40 animation and animation-adjacent books that’ll delight — and challenge — your favorite cartoon buff.
Here’s a look at some of the pages from a new book about Disney’s Nine Old Men.
A new animation history book coming out this week aims to shed new light on the relationship between the two creators of Mickey Mouse.
To celebrate Mickey’s 90th birthday, Taschen and Disney have teamed up to produce a massive book on the character.
Not everyone at Disney is happy about this children’s book starring John Lasseter.
This book helps creators and filmmakers to know which questions to ask, and to recognize when the answers they get sound a little less than trustworthy. In the entertainment business, that can come in handy.
“The Emoji Movie” did something right.
For once, a Disney history book about women artists.
French animators are making big contributions to a new line of Little Golden Books.
Disney’s Nine Old Men…move over and make room for Nine MORE Old Men!
This new animation history textbook is based on the animation history courses that author Maureen Furniss teaches at CalArts.
A new book pulls back the curtain on the vfx industry and offers a somber, if not fascinating, read on the current state of the business.
Cartoon Brew worked with Moonbot Studios and Radio Flyer to create an exclusive 33-page e-book loaded with artwork from the new short “Taking Flight.”
Check out an exclusive video preview of one of the year’s most hotly anticipated animation books.
Shiyoon Kim, who designs memorable characters for Disney films like “Zootopia” and “Big Hero 6,” introduces a personal character of his own, Nelbert the Introvert.
Take a first look inside Taschen’s ginormous Disney art book!
If you’re going to buy one book on classic Disney animation this year, this is probably the one.
Forty-three years after its release, one of the weirdest Japanese animated features is receiving its due recognition in the United States.