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Voice Actor & Annie Awards Founder June Foray Dies at 99

June Foray, known to generations of cartoon lovers for her iconic voice roles like Rocky the Flying Squirrel and Looney Tunes’ Granny, has died at age 99. The news was made public ... Continue Reading →
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Cartoon Network and Titan Comics Team Up for TV Titles

Cartoon Network has partnered with Titan Comics to bring its popular animated series to the page in reimagined comic book adventures, in the UK for the first time. The first run of ... Continue Reading →
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Plympton Mockumentary ‘Hitler’s Folly’ Arrives June 3

Plymptoons has announced that Bill Plympton’s new feature mockumentary Hitler’s Folly will be released in the U.S. as a free digital download through plymptoons.com on Friday, June ... Continue Reading →
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Director Sean McClintock Joins Aardman Nathan Love

Aardman Nathan Love has added Sean McClintock to its directorial roster. The Brooklyn-based artist brings nearly 20 years of experience in a variety of creative enterprises, including ... Continue Reading →
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‘Bugs Bunny at the Symphony’ Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Warner Bros. Consumer Products will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the film-meets-orchestra concert series Bugs Bunny at the Symphony with a special 20-city U.S. and Canada ... Continue Reading →
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102Gether Glendale Event Celebrates WB Legacy

Animation fans will want to be in Glendale, Calif., Sept. 21 for a Chuck Jones 102Gether, a film festival tribute to the teams that created the golden age of Warner Bros. cartoons to ... Continue Reading →
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Mutated Tech Brings Laughs, Action to ‘Turtles’

ILM mashes up motion-capture and animation in new ways ... Continue Reading →
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The Man Who Liked Eddie Selzer!

Having been lucky enough to have met and spoken with many pioneering artists from the Golden Age of cartoons over the decades, I’ve picked upon a recurring theme: disdain for ... Continue Reading →
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ToonSeum Pop-Up Spotlights WB Classics

In celebration of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II April 10-13, the Toonseum in Pittsburgh has opened a pop-up Looney Tunes exhibit presented ... Continue Reading →
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Tex Avery’s Hometown Honors His Legacy

Tex Avery holds a special place in the hearts of most animation fans for the fantastic comedy shorts he directed for the likes of Warner Bros. and MGM — and now he’s getting ... Continue Reading →