Tag: Animation


Pepé Le Pew Axed From Space Jam Sequel

Pepé Le Pew Axed From Space Jam Sequel – NEW TRAILER TODAY

 |  Dayna Eileen
Looney Toons character Pepé Le Pew has been cut from Warner Bros. Space Jam: A New Legacy.
Batman: Death in the Family (2020) Review 6

Batman: Death in the Family (2020) Review

 |  Lindsay Traves
DC’s interactive Blu-ray has you endure tortures of the Bat family, finally revealing what might have happened if 1988 Bat-fans opted for Jason to be spared.
TIFF 2020: Wolfwalkers Review 1

TIFF 2020 – Wolfwalkers Review

 |  Brendan Frye
Wolfwalkers proves the true craft Cartoon Saloon have on offer, and stands as one of the best films from TIFF and potentially the best animated film of 2020.
To Your Last Death Review 1

To Your Last Death Review

 |  Lindsay Traves
To Your Last Death is a simple 2D animated feature that layers more genres than should fit together, but it works and it slaps.
Scoob (2020) Review

Scoob (2020) Review

 |  Chris Carter
Scoob tricks you into thinking it’s a Scooby-Doo film, but pulls the rug out in a cheeky way.
Wonders of Animation: Talking to Matt Brawley of Amphibia

Wonders of Animation: Talking to Matt Braly of Amphibia

 |  Brendan Frye
The world of animation is experiencing a new golden age. With shows like Gravity Falls, Adventure Time, and Steven Universe, there has never been a better time to jump in and enjoy what is out there. From complex stories to fun adventures, animation today has something for everyone.
Costume Quest TV Series Premieres on Amazon Prime on March 8th 1

Costume Quest TV Series Premieres on Amazon Prime on March 8th

 |  Preston Dozsa
The animated adaptation of Double Fine’s Costume Quest is set to launch on Amazon Prime on March 8th, roughly four years after it was originally announced.
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Skydance Media Unites with Tencent, Entering the Asian Market

 |  Pedro D'Avila
Tencent, and Skydance Media are uniting forces for what may become the future of Chinese entertainment.
Coco (2017) Review

Coco (2017) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Coco is a Pixar movie. That means it has a formula. There’s a uniquely colourful world featuring an outcast who enters that world on an adventure in order to learn the value of family and believing in himself. We’ve been there before. Pixar has been there before. I guess they call it formula. The trick […]
An Inside Look at Game Design with Blocktober

An Inside Look at Game Design with Blocktober

 |  Jenny Norman
Level design can be an under-loved art form in gaming. But a new hashtag, Blocktober, aims to change that. Starting as a gamer/tech equivalent to #Inktober for traditional artists, the movement gives us a peek at how modern games are made.


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