Cartoons from Xeth Feinberg,

director of Queer Duck: The Movie and founder of Mishmash Media
(www.xeth.com).




Editor’s Note: Meeting Santa & Rudolph
One of those childhood favorites that got me interested in animation at an early age was the Rankin & Bass stop-motion holiday classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. When I was young and stupid, I thought that one day I could More…
http://www.animationmagazine.net/article.php?article_id=5710



On the Horn With Jeffrey Ross and Aaron Lee
Listen in on this phone conversation with the creators of Where My Dogs At?, a new animated comedy series debuting on MTV2 on Saturday, June 10, at 12
p.m. The irreverent celebrity roaster is part of MTV2’s new Sic ’Emation block, which also includes the new series The Adventures of Chico & Guapo from actor Orlando Jones and scribes P.J. Pesce and Paul D'Acri, and a fresh season of creator Eric Fogel’s Celebrity Death Match.
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MTV2 Sic 'Emation Clips First looks at Celebrity Deathmatch, Where My Dogs At? and The Chico & Guapo Show
MTV 2 is set to launch its first animation block at noon on June 10, and we have your first look at the shows. In addition to a brand-new season of Celebrity Deathmatch, the Sic ‘Emation block will feature the new series Where My Dogs At? and The Chico & Guapo Show.

Celebrity Deathmatch from creator Eric Fogel is the only show on television where you can watch celebrities duke it out in no-holds-barred fights to the death. The first episode of the new season features a bloody and hysterical stop-motion fight between socialites and former best friends Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie. You can download the clip here!

Where My Dogs At? from creators Jeffrey Ross and Aaron Lee stars two animated dogs (voiced by Ross and Tracy Morgan) who provide hilarious commentary on celebrities and pop culture. Check out a clip of the first episode, which features Nicole Ritchie, Lindsay Lohan and Mischa Barton. You can download the clip here!


Set in a New York City recording studio, The Chico & Guapo Show follows the comic misadventures of two hapless interns striving to get ahead in the music business by any means necessary. The series is created by actor Orlando Jones and scribes P.J. Pesce and Paul D'Acri. You can download the clip here!

You can find out more details about Sic ‘Emation at http://www.mtv2.com/#series/20730.

DVD-Jects Part II
Not all extra features make it onto the DVD, and for good reason. Check out some rejected bonus materials in this new series from Hamloaf Productions.
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On the Horn with Carlos Alazraqui
Actor and voiceover artist extraordinaire Carlos Alazraqui (Camp Lazlo, The Life and Times of Juniper Lee, Maya & Miguel, Reno 911!) discusses his work and lets some of the many voices out of his head. Download the mp3 audio file here and read more of the interview.




DVD-Jects
Not all extra features make it onto the DVD, and for good reason. Check out some rejected bonus materials in this new series from Hamloaf Productions.
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Express Lane
Here’s an exclusive new web series from Hamloaf Productions. Enjoy the pilot episode, “Coop de Kill.” (4:30) Click Here to Check Out!


Grease Trek
Here’s a trailer for a new 45-minute Star Trek spoof from the McKean Bros. and Bubo Productions. The entire film was shot in front of a blue screen with CG environments and effects added in post-production. Find out more about this tasty treat for Trekkies at www.GreaseTrek.com

A Fan’s Remake of Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Here’s a loving short spoof of the latest Star Wars pic from the mind of Mike Reeping, one of the most prolific indie animators we know. If you like this, check out Mike’s other stuff at www.guyfishcatmovie.com and www.jtnickoftime.com. You’ll be glad you did!



The Boy, the Beer and the Bus
Here’s one man’s take on a day at the Ottawa International Animation Festival. Gayle “Pale Ale” Ellett slapped this together for kicks with the help of some young family members and his girlfriend, Rita Street of Radar Cartoons. “It’s about monkeys, lots and lots of monkeys!”



3-D Pete—As seen in the pages of Animation Magazine
Join Pete in his stereoscopic adventures in animation and geekdom at large with this hilarious series of comics by Mike Fisher. Pick up the current issue of Animation Magazine to catch the latest installment!


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Out of Order
Real-life tomfoolery and skullduggery inspire this original comic by pals Ben Bayouth, Gabe Barrere and Dillon Oleata. New installments will be posted each month.

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