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Category Archives: Animation
Netflix seems to be doing not that well : stocks are dropping, subscribers are leaving, things are bad. Which in turn means that costs are getting cut, and productions here and there are axed. Among them the animated series project … Continue reading
In December, 2017 French heavy metal band Shinray decided to shake up some social buzz by recording a rocking version of the theme to the classic Tintin cartoons. In their video, they dressed up as the characters from the cartoon … Continue reading
I registered my appointment for my Covid vaccination today, and to celebrate, here’s a happy song with some friends from the funnybooks. And a real Pogo doing the pogo! (thanks to Sean; Title courtesy the one and only Marc W.)
So you have comic books, a storytelling medium that, through a series of well-established techniques, tries to simulate temporal and spatial, and (if at all possible) narrative, progression on a piece of paper, quite often involving adult men beating each … Continue reading
Boerke (or Dickie, as he is known around the world, see also earlier), Flemish cartoonist Pieter De Poortere’s hapless hero celebrates his twentieth birthday! To celebrate that glorious occasion, a new collection of strips was recently published full to the … Continue reading
Ever since It’s A Good Life If You Don’t Weaken, it is common knowledge that Seth loves to create alternative histories. Here is the story of Canadian astronaut Kao Kuk on his ever deeper going adventures, in glorious animation. (note … Continue reading
In 2001 people in the know thought it would be a good idea to do an animated version of Evan Dorkin’s quintesentially nineties dorkdom comic, The Eltingville Club (I’m using the shortened name from the collected edition). Even though the … Continue reading
For official video to the Dylan coverÂ Just Like A Woman, from the recent, posthumous Jeff Buckley compilation LP, You And I, production housesÂ BlindÂ andÂ InterludeÂ collaborated to create a genuine interactive streaming comic book. While the music is playing, you can click on … Continue reading
Did fashion icon Jean Paul Gaultier just bring danger to one of the longest-lasting love interests in comics? For the latest edition of hisÂ Le MaleÂ perfume line, Gaultier took inspiration from Popeye, which was not that big of a leap, as … Continue reading