SpongeBob Squarepants is about to upgrade from a television cartoon to a movie cartoon—alongside real, non-cartoon people. The post Angry Nerd: The SpongeBob Movie Could Succeed Where Space Jam Flopped appeared first on WIRED.
There illustrations by Chicago-based artist Alex Solis mix the 2D and 3D world to show a brutal fight between a character and his creator. More »
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Finally getting action figures emulating the gorgeous style of Batman: The Animated Series has been like a dream come true for fans of the cartoon - or it should have been, if they weren't riddled by quality issues. But hooray! DC have finally addressed the problems, and have announced plans to hopefully fix them. Read more...
R.K. Laxman, the renowned Indian cartoonist whose sketches appeared on the front page of The Times of India for more than five decades, died Monday aged 94. Laxman's cartoon strip satirised Indian life and politics through the eyes of the "common man", a silent observer who he said "stands for all Indians". Show More Summary
R.K. Laxman, India's preeminent political cartoonist, died Monday at 93. Laxman's daily cartoons on the front page of the Times of India, the world's largest circulated English language newspaper, were a staple of Indian life for some six decades. Show More Summary
A recent New Yorker cartoon by artist Joe Dator demonstrates the potential social media threat posed by Winter Storm Juno. The storm is expected to hit the Northeast region of the United States with upwards of 24? of snow in some ar...
Animated film is based on Hanna-Barbera's '60s cartoon series.
The "X-Men" mutants might be headed to your small screen, and not in cartoon form this time. According to TV Insider, Fox is in negotiations for a live-action TV series based on Marvel's "X-Men" comics. Fox entertainment co-chairmanShow More Summary
The leader of Pakistani politico-religious party Jamaat-e Islami is claiming that the Western "extremist standpoint" on the freedom of news organizations to publish "blasphemous caricatures" of Islam's prophet Muhammad will ultimately lead to World War III.
Cats are notorious loners, yet nothing will stop these extroverted birds from trying to forge a friendship. Haven't they ever seen a Tweety bird cartoon? It’s a dangerous game for birds to play with their natural predators, but oh, how they try. Show More Summary
In a recent video celebrating his 100,000 YouTube subscriptions, impressionist Brian Hull speeds through 100 popular character impressions from movies, television, and cartoons. Previously we’ve written about Hull’s performances of “Let It Go” and “Carol of the Bells” using a variety of character voices.
Emma Stone's elaborate dress almost broke Naomi Watts's neck at the SAGs last night, and her silly face made the potential tragedy absolutely worth it — for one brief second, she became a human Tex Avery cartoon. Watch Stone go from Oh God, I just killed Naomi Watts to Thank... More »
Letter to Romenesko From ED STEIN: After a long career in editorial cartooning (Rocky Mountain News and UFS) and comic strips “Freshly Squeezed,” Universal Uclick), I’m on my own with an internet-only feature. On Wednesday I launch my new webcomic, “Sleeper Ave.” at sleeperave.com. I loved newspapering, and I had the best job in the … Read More
My guest blogger this week is Matthew Hagler from Life Paths Research Program. If we are to believe internet memes and demotivational posters, workplace sitcoms like The Office, and the Dilbert cartoons clipped out of the funny pages and thumbtacked onto thousands of cubicles across the country, we don’t like Mondays. Show More Summary
Emma Watson has gotten dangerously close to type-casting with her latest role, in which she will play another bookish mouthy know-it-all with a propensity for large brooding men. Yes, Hermione has been cast as Belle in a live-action version of Beauty in the Beast (again). Read more...
See great cartoons by all the top political cartoonists at http://cagle.com. To license this cartoon for your own site, visit http://politicalcartoons.com The post Cartoon: Tango Argentina appeared first on The Moderate Voice.