The Los Angeles Times has published an article about Bob Foster, a 61-year-old veteran Disney animator who was recently hired by Warner Brothers for a Tom and Jerry TV series revival (free registration required). The article notes a recent rise in hiring by the local animation industry, although it does not cite any supporting statistics.
Variety is reporting that Spanish comic book artist Miguelanxo Prado will be directing an animated film called De Profundis – The Sound of the Sea (registration required). In addition to his social-issue comics published in Europe, Prado was the character designer for the animated Men in Black and Starship Troopers TV shows. (via Comicon.com’s The […]
An article in The New York Times notes the changing demographics of late night TV, as young male viewers move from the broadcast networks to cable TV offerings. Cartoon Network’s Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, Family Guy, and other Adult Swim shows are mentioned by name alongside Comedy Central’s Daily Show.
This year’s Free Comic Book Day is hitting comic book stores internationally on Saturday, May 7, 2005. Participating comic book shops will have a variety of comic book titles available for free, and many will have creator signings or other in-store events. This year’s offerings include The Batman Strikes (DC), Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man and the […]
The Eisner Awards have announced a new Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comic Book Writing. Named for writer Bill Finger, who was pivotal in creating the first Batman comic book stories, the award will recognize any comics writer, living or dead, who has produced a significant body of creative comics writing. The first Finger […]