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FUNimation Prods.’ Dragon Ball property is celebrating its 200th consecutive week in the Top 10 most-searched terms on The Lycos 50 (http://50.lycos.com), a weekly list of the most popular people, places and things users search for online. The term “Dragonball” has been at the top of the weekly report since [...]
To promote The New TNN’s adult animation block, The Strip, Viacom has set up three web sites with online games based on the toon properties Stan Lee’s Stripperella, Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon and Gary the Rat starring Kelsey Grammer. As Pamela Anderson’s animated alter-ego, Stripperella, players shimmy up [...]
Animation Magazine contributor and Animation Art Conservation director Ron Barbagallo has launched the new web site www.animationartconservation.com. The site is the first to have authorized use of copyrighted Disney images and features categorized examples of his work in animation art repair. Barbagallo’s Toluca Lake, Calif.-based conservation practice is devoted to [...]
Atomic Cartoons is ready for its close-up. The Vancouver, Canada-based website is all-new, re-tooled and ready for downloading. Atomic’s original all-Flash website generated a measure of industry attention when it was launched in 2000. At the time, it was ahead of the curve in the Flash cartoon arena and set [...]
In conjunction with the limited theatrical run and upcoming home video release of the anime family film Junkers Come Here, Bandai Ent. has launched junkerscomehere.com. The site will provide an in-depth look at the film with story background, character profiles, e-cards and music clips, as well as information on theatrical/festival [...]
Featuring more computer animation than both previous Spy Kids movies, the upcoming third installment will see prepubescent operatives Juni Cortez (Daryl Sabara) and Carmen Cortez (Alexa Vega) and family members zapped into the virtual reality of a video game. The trailer for Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over is now available [...]
If screen vixens Drew Barymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu weren’t animated enough for you in the over-the-top, big-screen version of Charlie’s Angles, you’ll soon be able to catch them in ink and paint action at http://www.animatedangels.com/. Featuring the voice of John Forsythe, who provided the voice of Charlie in [...]
Vancouver Institute of Media Arts (VanArts) has launched a series of online lessons and lectures featuring the late Academy-Award winning animator Lee Mishkin. The Lee Mishkin Lecture Series is a rare and recently edited collection of lectures given by the animator and founding director of VanArts’ Classical Animation Program. The [...]
Disney Online will officially launch a downloadable version of Disney’s Toontown Online (www.toontown.com), a massively multiplayer 3D online game for kids and families, on June 2, 2003. A retail version will follow in September. Disney’s Toontown Online has been available to the public as a “sneak peek” since October 2002. [...]
The Big Cartoon DataBase and AnimationHQ will sponsor an online chat with Emmy-winning cartoon writer and creator Jeffrey Scott on May 10 at 4:00 p.m. ET. Visitors to http://www.sandnet.net/jIRC/chat1.html can interact with Scott live as he answers questions on a variety of animation-related topics and tells stories about the many [...]