The AniMag Oscar Watch is On!

For all your animation-related Academy Awards news and information be sure to visit our newly launched Oscar Showcase 2006 page. The site is also home to our annual ‘You Be the ... Continue Reading →

JibJab Sends Up 2006

JibJab, the digital comedy network run by brothers Gregg and Evan Spiridellis, have driven a stake into the heart of the year that was 2006 with its latest animated production. Titled ... Continue Reading →

Bandai Plugs In New Honneamise Online Community

Top Japanese animation outfit Bandai Visual USA has jumpstarted Honneamise, a new anime community on The jazzed-up site ( offers related info ... Continue Reading →

Spider Riders Site Wins W3 Award

Cookie Jar Ent’s web site for the hit animated series Spider Riders took silver in the W3Awards, an invitation-only web design and marketing competition sanctioned and judged ... Continue Reading →

Univision Catches Up with Speedy Gonzales

Warner Bros.’ Roadrunner character may be the mascot of one popular internet service provider but another online entity is placing its bets on a certain zippy, sombraro-wearing ... Continue Reading →

JibJab, Weird Al Spoof Idol Winner

JibJab, the digital comedy network responsible for the political satire This Land and other hit viral web toons, has teamed with song parody king Weird Al Yankovic to poke fun at American ... Continue Reading →

Hanna-Barbera Toons Go On Forever

Warner Bros. Advanced Digital Services will offer two full hours of Hanna-Barbera cartoons each week via Saturday Morning Forever, a new broadband service of While ... Continue Reading →

Bee Movie Trailer Debuts

Moviegoers checking out DreamWorks’ Flushed Away this weekend will get a first glimpse at the studio’s Nov. 2007 animated release, Bee Movie. The trailer for the insect ... Continue Reading →

Simpsons ‘Treehouse’ Goes Interactive

The trick-or-treaters may have retreated to their lairs to count their candy, but Halloween is never officially over until Fox airs the beloved annual ‘Treehouse of Horror’ ... Continue Reading →

Going Where No Machinima Has Gone Before

No longer limited to writing fan fiction, Star Trek enthusiasts can now make their own movies through machinima, an animated art form that allows users to tell stories with a video-game ... Continue Reading →