Tag - cartoons

The Adventures of Young Scarlett

Okay, normally I detest the concept of de-aging characters to do something else with a property. I’ve mentioned this before. But surely you can see the appeal of a young Scarlett from G.I. Joe delivering beatdowns to bullies on the...

The Original Illustrated Catalog of ACME...

After our previous post, Bailey and I were marveling over the ability of people to find time to do things on the internet, when we barely have time to, you know, live. Case in point: somebody’s created a listing of all the ACME...

Stills from Mars and Beyond

Well, that’s amusing. Right after posting the bit about Rick Baker and The War of the Worlds trailer, I find that Dan Goodsell has posted some stills from his collection: they’re of “Mars and Beyond,” the classic sci...

Feed the Kitty: Now I Have Seen Everything

The person at VideoSift who posted this calls it Chuck Jones’ best cartoon, and it’s sort of hard to argue. Once you get into the best of Chuck Jones, it’s hard to put them into any sense of order. I just love his stuff...

A Reference Guide to Pixar’s Self...

We’re big fans of Pixar around here. Something even most casual fans of Pixar know is that there’s so much in the way of self-referential stuff in their movies, that it’s almost a Pixarverse you’re dealing with...

A Plethora of Cartoon Openings From the 80s

Cap’n D writes in to tell us about this, a supposed Top 10 of cartoon openings from the 80s, judged by the song and the opening sequence. However, this list is null and void. You can’t have a list like this and ignore Robotech...

Bugs Bunny “A Hare Grows in...

Stephen Worth over at the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive Project Blog has some of Virgil Ross’ drawings of the cartoon, “A Hare Grows in Manhattan.” (We previously posted about magazine illustrations of that particular...

Gerald McBoing Boing

The Gerald McBoing Boing Saga

Finding the fourth cartoon on Saturday Morning Blog, I was curious to see if I could find all four. There’s the first animated short from from 1950, based on the story by Dr. Seuss. Then three shorts followed it: “Gerald McBoing...

Best of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Vol. 2 DVD

Animation Round-Up

A look at The Best of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Vol. 2, Jungle Book, Legion of Super-Heroes, Vol. 1, Robot Season Season Two Uncensored, Samurai Jack Season 4 and Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection, Vol. 3.

Ralph Bakshi Speaks (And Has a Gallery of...

Ralph Bakshi speaks up at ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive, addressing CGI animators specifically: Computer animation will eventually grow old, just like hand-drawn animation, unless something new happens.