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Channeling P-P-P-Porky Pig

Emmy-Nominated Bob Bergen talks about his career as a multi-talented voice-over artist. Voice over star Bob Bergen has worked on hundreds of cartoons, commercials, promos, radio programs ... Continue Reading →
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Comic-Con Animation Highlights, Part 2!

Before you think you’ve got your plans for Comic-Con worked out — there’s even more stuff being announced for the 41st edition, set for July 21-24. For a shortcut to all ... Continue Reading →
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‘Family Guy,’ ‘Simpsons,’ ‘Robot Chicken’ Lead Toon Emmy Noms

Fox’s Family Guy leads animated contenders in the nominations for the 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards with four nominations, even as it missed being nominated for Outstanding ... Continue Reading →
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‘Robot Chicken’ Creators Add ‘Stoopid Monkey’ Via YouTube

The creators of Robot Chicken are bringing their unique brand of animated-toy humor to YouTube, launching a new content channel that will feature a new show called Stoopid Monkey. Named ... Continue Reading →
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Take ‘Rango,’ Third ‘Robot Chicken: Star Wars’ For a Spin

Lizards, toys and classic toons come home on video this week, highlighted by the release of the hit feature film Rango. Directed by Gore Verbinski and starring the voice of Johnny Depp, ... Continue Reading →
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It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s … Comic-Con International!

Before you snap your spine picking up the official event guide for San Diego’s massive comics, animation and pop-culture event, take a quick glance at what the 41st edition has to ... Continue Reading →
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Adult Swim Sneaks New Toons at N.Y. Upfront

Adult Swim announced its new slate of programming for the 2011-12 season recently during its annual Upfront event in New York City. While many of the new series are offbeat live-action ... Continue Reading →
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Question for the Week of February 7 2011

How do you feel about How to Train Your Dragon’s huge sweep at the Annie Awards? What about SpongeBob SquarePants and Robot Chicken getting the TV honors again? Do you think the Disney/Pixar ... Continue Reading →