All eight episodes of the series will launch on September 13.
Previously on Cartoon Brew
A short primer on “The Lion King.”
Howard Vause documents his journey from media arts to animation director, and how he used Cartoon Animator to create his first professional animated short.
The Virtual Production Field Guide provides an overview of “one of the biggest technology disruptors of the visual medium.”
Learn about how the School of Visual Arts in New York City is growing its presence at major animation/vfx events like Annecy and Siggraph.
Miloro was one of two executives with oversight over Blue Sky, Fox’s flagship animation studio, whose future is in doubt.
North America’s foremost entertainment union has formed a “strategic alliance” with the Art Babbitt Appreciation Society.
The booming trend of overall deals reflects the shifting landscape of the tv animation industry in Los Angeles.
As the U.K. animation sector booms and Brexit looms, industry figures are relaunching a fund to address a growing skills shortage.
The third edition of the European Animation Awards will not take place in December, as had previously been scheduled.
Women in Animation has set up in the booming animation hub of Montreal, Canada.
Mexico’s premier animation conference returns September 3–7. Other confirmed guests include “Mary and Max” director Adam Elliot.
A key figure on projects like “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and “Tron: Uprising,” Mielgo is set to make his feature directorial debut.
The fire that killed 34 animation workers is thought to be an arson attack. Japanese police have a suspect: a 41-year-old convicted criminal.
With new competitors on the way, the streaming giant Netflix is turbocharging its preschool content production.
Photorealistic animation is here to stay.
Two drunk friends accidentally walk into a crime scene.
The life of a commercial artist isn’t easy.
Netflix’s rise at the Emmys continues as it secures nominations in all but one animation-related category.
The social platform is looking to commission up to ten short-form animated comedy series — “like highly concentrated TV.”
Do we have another “Lion King” situation on our hands?