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Jeannie Schulz on Managing "Peanuts" Legacy

Jeannie Schulz, the widow of famed Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz, has been profiled in an article syndicated by the Los Angeles Times. The article goes into Jeannie Schulz’s life and her marriage to Charles Schulz, her stewardship of the Peanuts legacy and the Charles Schulz Museum and Research Center, and how she finds balance through […]

Ghibli World Covers "Monmon the Water Spider"

GhibliWorld.com’s news entry for March 7 includes information and several still pictures of Studio Ghibli’s Mizugumo Monmon (Monmon the Water Spider). The short film is currently only shown at the Studio Ghibli museum in Japan. (via Nausicaa.net)

CN's Terry Kalagian Interviewed at Newsarama.com

The latest Animated Shorts column at Newsarama.com has interviewed Terry Kalagian, Cartoon Network VP of Acquisitions and Co-Productions. Among the topics discussed are the ratings for CN’s various anime properties, new acquisitions (or the inability of Kalagian to say anything about them), and details behind the airing of Marvel’s new animated movies.

Pixar Reports Record 2005 Revenue on Lower 4Q Results

Pixar Animation Studios announced profits of $30.9 million on revenues of $55.6 million for the fourth quarter of 2005, for earnings of $0.25 per diluted share. These results are significantly lower than those from a year ago, whose $55.2 million profit rivaled this past quarter’s entire profit. However, the quarterly numbers capped off Pixar’s most […]

Pixar's "Cars" Website Goes Live

The official website for Pixar’s Cars has opened with content about the film. Jim Hill has run through the material available there now, pointing out highlights of the site along with in-jokes and missing content. Cars is scheduled for release in the U.S. on June 9, 2006. In a related story, Hill has also written […]

Devil's Due Publishing Announces 2Q 2006 Trade Paperbacks

Devil’s Due Publishing has announced their trade paperback release schedule for the second quarter of 2006, which will include two Familiy Guy original graphic novels and a collection of the Snake Eyes: Declassified mini-series which was spun off from their regular G.I. Joe comic book series.

Todd Nauck on Drawing DC's Teen Heroes, "Wildguard"

Artist Todd Nauck was just interviewed by Newsarama.com about his work on Teen Titans Go!, a brief stint on the recent regular Teen Titans book, and his own creator-owned series Wildguard, which combines superhero genre fiction with reality TV.

Filmmaker Eric Bresler On "Otaku Unite!"

The following interview was conducted with Eric Bresler, director of documentary film Otaku Unite!, at the New York Comic-Con on Februrary 25 and 26, with some supplemental questions being answered over e-mail. Toon Zone: What is Otaku Unite!? Eric Bresler: Otaku Unite! is a documentary on the history of Japanese animation fandom in the United […]

Writing Workshop with Ty Templeton Beginning March 23

Max the Mutt Animation School will be conducting a workshop on writing for comics with writer/artist Ty Templeton (Batman Adventures, Bigg Time), beginning March 23, 2006, at the school’s campus in Toronto. Enrollment is limited, and full details can be found at the Max the Mutt Animation School website.

Robert "Tiger" West, Animation Xerographer, Passes Away at 81

A post at the Big Cartoon Forum reports that Robert “Tiger” West has passed away at the age of 81. After a brief career as an infant silent film actor, West began working at Walt Disney under legendary animator Ub Iwerks in 1944. He was a key developer in Xerox equipment used for animated cartoon […]

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