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Future Spotlight: The Amazing World Of Gumball

Seldom does an animated program come along that captivates me with little more than a picture and a paragraph.  However, such has recently happened and I have felt the urge to shine my spotlight on it: The Amazing World Of Gumball. I am a fan of the surreal and this series seems just about as […]

Cool Stuff: Sing Sang Sung

It turns out that Air’s music is not quite my thing, but the animation Mathematic did for the song, Sing, Sang, Sung is. This video follows a sometimes bouncing ball through a Yellow Submarine-esque world. AIR MUSIC VIDEO SING SANG SUNG from MATHEMATIC SAS on Vimeo. (via @antertainer on twitter)

Two New Videos on Disney's "The Princess and the Frog"

Disney has released two new video featurettes about The Princess and the Frog, the upcoming animated movie that will introduce Tiana, Disney’s first black princess, in a revamped version of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale that has been moved to early 20th century New Orleans. The Princess and the Frog opens in New York and […]

Cool Stuff: The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello

This short follows Jasper Morello, a disgraced aerial navigator who flees his plague-ridden home on a desperate voyage to redeem himself. On their journey the scientist on board discovers a cure for the mysterious affliction and Jasper finds himself faced with the terrible prospect of allowing his fellow crew members to become feed for the […]

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" Season 2 Starts Off with a Bang

Star Wars: The Clone Wars drives me nuts. For the most part, I find, the show suffers the same flaws that afflicted the prequel movies, and which left me disenchanted with the franchise. The characters are either stiff, wooden, and boring as hell, or tremendously, tooth-grindingly juvenile and annoying in a deeply misguided effort to […]

Corus Entertainment Brings Nickelodeon to Canada

Corus Entertainment Inc. will be adding a 24-hour Nickelodeon channel to its Canadian channel offerings starting at 6:00 AM on November 2, 2009, offering Nickelodeon’s full slate of live-action and animated programming. The full press release follows: CORUS ENTERTAINMENT BRINGS NICKELODEON NORTH Corus Entertainment Inc. and MTV Networks International Announce Plans to Launch Nickelodeon Channel […]

Cool Stuff: Muto

Blu is a street artist based in Bologna, Italy. There is very little information of the biographical sort available on this man, leading me to believe he is either a robot, a unicorn or a robot unicorn. Regardless, he is undeniably talented, as his 7-minute stop-motion graffiti short, Muto, will attest. The Tate Modern Museum […]

New "Princess & the Frog" Video Clips; Offers Discounted Preview Tickets

Walt Disney Studios has released two new video clips from the upcoming movie The Princess and the Frog, which will be the studio’s return to hand-drawn animated musical films. The first is a clip from the movie where the two title characters meet for the first time: The second clip is a video podcast delving […]

"G.I. Joe: Complete Series" Hits Retailers on November 10, 2009

Shout! Factory has announced that G.I. Joe: The Complete Series will be available for sale at retailers on November 10, 2009. The 17-disc DVD set, previously available only from Shout! directly, will contain the entire 1980′s cartoon series, representing over 36 hours of content along with a collectible booklet, rub-on tattoos, a 1 GB flash […]

"Total Drama Island Season 1": Stupid, Ugly Fun

I did not want to like Total Drama Island. It’s a very ugly show. It’s drawn with a cheap style of Flash that almost all self-respecting animation fans would turn up their noses at; the character designs are angular, and at first glance completely unappealing. The animation is limited to Filmation-esque levels, with several moments […]

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