Posts Tagged ‘Titmouse Animation’

Titmouse’s Chris Prynoski on the Fast Action Stunt Animation of “Turbo FAST”

by Ed Liuon July 30, 2015
In the early 2000’s, Chris Prynoski and his wife Shannon founded Titmouse, Inc. as a T-shirt company. Mr. Prynoski had already done some animation for MTV in the 1990’s after graduating from the School of Visual Arts, but Titmouse didn’t convert to an animation studio until he landed a freelance animation gig for the Tom […]

New Animated Series for “The Three Stooges” in Production

by Ed Liuon June 11, 2015
The Hollywood Reporter notes that The Three Stooges — Moe, Larry, and Curly — will be returning to screens as an animated TV series, courtesy of Christy Karacas (co-creator of Superjail!), with production handled by London-based entertainment firm Cake and the Titmouse animation studio. Production is expected to be 52 11-minute episodes, which are expected […]


NYCC 2012: “China, IL” Panel – New Characters, Kicking Pigeons, and Anime Porn

by Ed Liuon October 18, 2012
Saturday afternoon brought a panel dedicated to Adult Swim’s China, IL, which played out a lot like the infamous Venture Bros. convention panels in being 20% information and 80% entertainment, where anyone writing a report on it is left saying, “You kind of had to be there” a lot. In attendance were show creator Brad […]

Jeff Katz Signs 4-Picture Deal with Titmouse Animation

by Ed Liuon July 31, 2009
Hollywood executive and producer and comic book author Jeff Katz has signed a deal with Titmouse Animation to produce four original animated movies. The first feature to be developed will be Special Dead, described as “the world’s most twisted empowerment story” about a zombie attack on a dude ranch for the mentally and physically handicapped.

Titmouse Animation Running Contest for "7200 Frames" TV Show

by Ed Liuon June 18, 2009
Titmouse Animation is offering aspiring animators a chance to pitch their ideas for a short animated film as part of an upcoming TV show called 7200 Frames. Interested animators can submit links to a YouTube video (including footage of the animator describing the film) to The deadline for submission is July 3, 2009 (although […]