Aardman Tells ‘Dodo’ Tale

Bristol-based Aardman Animations has created a four-minute, digital 2D animated short titled The Lonely Dodo to highlight the plight of endangered species around the world for international ... Continue Reading →

Kabillion, Saban Launch Vortexx VOD

Kids free on-demand TV network Kabillion has partnered with Saban Brands to launch a new Vortexx Video On Demand channel. Vortexx provides boys action and entertainment programming ... Continue Reading →

Production Pipeline to Spotlight Art of ‘Croods’ & ‘Turbo’

A special session focusing on the art and technology of DreamWorks’ The Croods and upcoming feature Turbo will be held on May 3 as part of the inaugural Production Pipeline Expo at ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Orders ‘Moonbeam City’ Pilot

Comedy Central continues its search for more animated series. The Viacom-owned cabler has ordered a new pilot about a handsome, yet stupid private eye who does everything he can to ... Continue Reading →

Marc Craste & Studio AKA Deliver BBC’s Culture Spots

U.K.’s award-winning animation house Studio AKA has produced a 3×30 second spots highlighting BBC Radio 4’s new Cultural Exchange feature, which is billed as “a major new ... Continue Reading →

‘Oh Willy’ Wins Top Prize at Stuttgart Festival

The 20th Edition of the popular Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film came to a close this weekend, and several well-received features and shorts from around the world took home the event’s ... Continue Reading →

IDW to Publish New ‘Rocky & Bullwinkle’ Comics

Here is a wonderful new comic-book venture we can all get behind. Over the weekend, we got word that San Diego-based IDW Publishing will be launching a new series featuring Jay Ward’s ... Continue Reading →

‘Iron Man 3' Intl. Opening Beats ‘Avengers’ Record

You’ve got to give it Tony Stark and his alter ego Iron Man: They definitely know how to put on a show. This past week, Disney/Marvel’s Iron Man 3 posted phenomenal numbers in ... Continue Reading →

Big Boy Aud Tunes in to ‘Teen Titans Go!’

The debut episode of Warner Bros. Animation’s much anticipated new series Teen Titans Go!, which had been a source of controversy among die-hard comic-book fans performed quite well ... Continue Reading →

Icehouse and 800 North Launch ‘Dino D-Day’ Series

Is the world ready for some crazy World War II battles between Allied soldiers and Nazi-trained dinosaurs? That’s what Brown Bag’s L.A.-based animation label Icehouse and game developer ... Continue Reading →