The New York Times has profiled comedian and animator Robert Smigel in advance of the April 29 airing of Saturday TV Funhouse, which will collect the best of his animated shorts originally aired on Saturday Night Live (registration required). Among other topics, the article covers Smigel’s career through Hollywood, the often last-minute rush to get […]
Comic Book Resources has posted two articles about Flight Volume 3, an anthology of comics by an assortment of talent. The first article contains four previews and an interview with Kazu Kibuishi, the organizer and driving force behind the Flight anthologies, while the second contains previews of 13 different stories, including one by famed indie […]
Newsarama.com has interviewed Steven Seagle, Joe Casey and Duncan Rouleau, three-quarters of “Man of Action,” regarding Ben 10–their show on Cartoon Network. The studio is composed of comic book industry veterans who are moving into alternate media. The interview covers that move and its effects, the progress of the show, their involvement in it, and […]
A post on writer Mark Evanier’s weblog notes that the Walt Disney Company will not release Song of the South on DVD at this time, according to comments made by Disney CEO Robert Iger at last month’s Disney shareholders’ meeting. Evanier links to a site hosting an audio recording of the entire meeting for those […]
Comic book writer/artist Jeff Parker has stated on his weblog that he will be publishing a special art book collecting pieces by Alex Toth, the artist and animator behind the designs of Space Ghost, Birdman, and many other iconic cartoon characters from the 60′s and 70′s. Parker states that the book will be composed of […]
IGN has interviewed Todd James, Peter Girardi, and Adam De La Peña about Minoriteam, their new animated series on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. The team discusses the origins of the show and how it ended up on Adult Swim, the influence of famed comic book artist Jack Kirby on the look of the show, and […]
A press release from Devil’s Due Publishing has announced G.I. Joe Scarlett: Declassified, a 48-page, one-shot comic book that will present the origins of G.I. Joe’s counter-intelligence agent. The comic will be written by Mike O’Sullivan with artwork by Phil Noto and is scheduled for release in July with a cover price of $4.95.