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Spring is bursting all over for the talented folks at Los Angeles-based Joe Cartoon studios. The popular Internet home of shorts such as Gerbil in a Microwave and Lump: The No-Legged Dog got a killer facelift on Tuesday (same address, new content, faster downloads at www.joecartoon.com). The company is also [...]
Worldwide Biggies Inc., a content development company recently founded by former Nickelodeon president Albie Hecht, is launching a new division dubbed Biggies Broadband. The unit will develop and produce original multi-platform content, syndicated web sites and broadband channels aimed at the young adult and family entertainment audience. ‘The multiplatform space [...]
Warner Bros. is offering anxious fans a behind-the-scenes look at the production of its feature film adaptation of the Frank Miller graphic novel, 300. A production blog and video journal are now available at 300themovie.warnerbros.com, where PSP and video iPod owners can download an exclusive look at journal entry No. [...]
World Animation Celebration Online (WAC-O) is Animation Magazine‘s Short Film Festival! New Films Online Now! Throughout the year, we’re bringing you fresh new animated shorts from around the world! Download them for FREE and vote for your favorites at www.animationmagazine.net/wac. Your votes will determine four quarterly winners and one year-end [...]
AdultSwim.com has announced plans to further serve fans who get enough of adult oriented toon series such as The Boondocks, Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Moral Orel. On Monday, March 27, the site will launch Adult Swim Fix, a video on demand service that will stream full-length episodes online twenty-four [...]
If you haven’t yet picked up your DVD copy of DreamWorks Animation’s and Aardman Animations’ Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, you’re missing out on some sneak peek footage and behind-the-scenes material for the upcoming CG feature Flushed Away. Head over to the Animag Fun Bag and get [...]
Add Iggy Cool, the South American surfing iguana, to the list of fun animated characters to watch in 2006. Created originally as a logo for a hot line of surfing clothes in Maryland, the character is the star of a new DVD animated by Burbank-based TrueLight Entertainment, a full-service studio [...]
Beloved by generations of young readers, Curious George makes his long-awaited big-screen debut with an animated adventure featuring the voices of Will Ferrell and Drew Barrymore. As the monkey business gets set to commence in theaters this Friday, we’re giving away cool Curious George prize packs courtesy of Universal Pictures. [...]
Once again, Animation Magazine asked you, the readers, to ‘You Be the Academy’ by voting online for your favorite animated films of 2005. So how did your picks match up to those of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences? It seems everyone was on the same page since [...]
Hit animated shows such as South Park, Beavis & Butt-Head, SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer are now available for purchase and download in the iTunes Music Store via a new deal between MTV Networks and Apple. The agreement makes Dora the first preschool program available on iTunes (www.itunes.com). MTV [...]