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Category Archives: Animation
It’s been a while since I last heard of Kaz‘s Underworld, but it seems that the strip has morphed into a series of animated shorts, playing at mylittlefunny.com. Neat !
Spanish animator Hexagonall created new title sequences for fan favorites Lost and Tron as they might have been if titles master Saul Bass had been involved. (via Super Punch)
For a school assignment, Swedish designer Tomas Nilsson updated the classic fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood to current times. It’s a very cool animation, which ironically reminded me (and, as Nilsson asserts, was largely inspired by) the video … Continue reading
Garen Ewing wishes the FPI Blog log a happy birthday (the mother of all British comics blogs turned 5 last week), and brings back this one-page ad he did in 2007 for FPI. A full sized version can be found … Continue reading
Roy Disney, 1930-2009. He brought us many splendid hours. (picture LA Times)
The wonderful Ger Apeldoorn has collected some equally wonderful, classic horror ads for Eveready batteries from the 1950’s. Most of them are in black and white from microfilm, but this one is in glorious color.
Appartently Michael Kupperman had an Adult Swim pilot for an live-and-animation show featuring his characters Snake And Bacon. The series was not picked up, though – probably to weird, even for Adult Swim. (via Mike Lynch)
Douglas Coupland‘s new book, Generation A, is currently being pimped by Crush/Toronto with three short online clips, each focusing on a particular aspect of the novel. One of them, The Tragic Death of the Channel 3 News Team, is particularly … Continue reading
Panique Au Village (A Town Called Panic), one of the best (or at least, one of the most surreal) animated children’s series to grace the little screen in the past decade, is back this year with a feature-length film. For … Continue reading