Youtuber ToonrificTariq argues why the chipmunks are so compelling — and why they went astray in the 1980s.
Classic animation lovers, rejoice!
Animation can stay with viewers for a lifetime.
In a new article, “The New Yorker” spotlights the wealth of silent-era shorts available to view online.
Mutants, dark magicians, inter-dimensional demons, Debbie Harry, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop… What’s not to love?
Revisiting the forgotten history of the unmade animated version of “Cats.” The project passed through different styles, teams, and countries, before collapsing.
Man vs. facial hair.
Watch over 1,000 cartoons in under 20 minutes.
“Weird Al’ Yankovic: “Goodbye to one of the all-time greatest American institutions.”
Enjoy this rare behind-the-scenes look at Disney Animation in the 1990s.
The writers of “The Meg” are writing a script for a project that has been in development off-and-on for the last 25 years.
A 5-year, 30-plus country tour is planned.
Only for one week! See these incredibly rare and fully-restored Hungarian animated films.
Cartoon Brew speaks to the organizer of “Dover Boys Reanimated,” a fun recreation of a classic animated film.
This could well be the must-buy Blu-ray animation release of 2018.
Thirty years after audiences first visited Toontown, the story of the film is being told.
It’s been 20 years since Chris Landreth’s groundbreaking short “Bingo” showed the world what Maya 1.0 could do.
An incredible-sounding new book about Marc Davis will be published soon.
Popeye is making a comeback.