‘Mr. Pickles’ is Back April 17 For a Deeper Dive on Adult Swim

It’s fair to say Adult Swim’s quarter-hour comedy series Mr. Pickles is like no other animated show on television. Created by executive producers Will Carsola and Dave Stewart, ... Continue Reading →

Roth, 6PH Conjure ‘Witches’ Promo for ‘Dark Souls 3′

How do you get fans excited for a new installment in one of today’s most popular and acclaimed video game series? Clearly, you get a name filmmaker and a hot animation studio ... Continue Reading →

A Deeper Reboot

Cartoon Network takes a more modern, character-driven approach in updating The Powerpuff Girls for a new generation. Craig ... Continue Reading →

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Is Safe at Home

Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives on Blu-ray-DVD-Digital HD combo pack this week, allowing millions of the world’s Star Wars fans the chance to begin dedicating its every detail ... Continue Reading →

Roberto Genovesi Teases Cartoons on the Bay 2016

Roberto Genovesi, the artistic director of Italy’s Cartoons on the Bay festival, being held in Venice April 7-9, talks toon trends and what makes this 20-year-old event unique ( ... Continue Reading →

H. Jon Benjamin Talks ‘Archer’ Season 7

Everyone’s favorite animated baritone checked in from his “modest New York apartment” to discuss Archer season 7 with Animag editor Tom McLean. The new season is airing now on ... Continue Reading →

‘Inside Out,’ ‘Bear Story,’ ‘Ex Machina’ Win Toon, VFX Oscars

Disney-Pixar’s Inside Out won Best Animated Feature while Bear Story earned the first Oscar for Chile with its win as Best Animated Short Film. “We want to represent our ... Continue Reading →

DIY Comedy

Animals The creators of Animals, an animated comedy for adults, took the indie route to HBO. Talking ... Continue Reading →

A Potent Story, Revealed

The Little Prince Director Mark Osborne uses the beloved novella to demonstrate the power such tales have on people’s lives. Few books are as beloved ... Continue Reading →

A Third of Firsts

As DreamWorks’ first Chinese co-production, Kung Fu ... Continue Reading →