The thing I noticed was that all the shows have to do with “Nuclear” family units. Do families still sit down on sunday night to watch the television together?, or is that a figment of the past?
Toonfuse Podcast: Episode 19
“Cover to cover, the most beautiful book about style in Animation, I have ever had the pleasure to open.”
Many thanks go out to Amid Amidi for letting us deem it worthy of the toonfuse, Amid, if your reading this you totally made my year. We thoroughly enjoy this book, and recommend everyone check it out.
Listen to Episode 19 of the Toonfuse Podcast to hear a extensive review of this fantastic book.
What is Tony’s all time favorite Disney film?
A: Sleeping Beauty
C: Robin Hood
LONDON (Aug. 21) - Turner Broadcasting is scouring more than 1,500 classic Hanna-Barbera cartoons, including old favorites Tom and Jerry, The Flintstones and Scooby-Doo, to edit out scenes that glamorize smoking.
They are going to edit out scenes from classic cartoons just because some British woman complained about 2 Tom and Jerry episodes?
Do you think this is outrageous?
If so call the Toonfuse hotline.
MTV Networks Acquires Atom Ent. For $200 Million
Atom is a collection of Web sites that include Shockwave and AtomFilms, offering online games as well as user-generated videos and short amateur film clips.
MTV, which turned 25, has been aggressively establishing itself online. The acquisition also reflects how large media corporations are trying to take advantage of the popularity of Internet video.
Special guest this week on the toonfuse podcast is Stop-Motion Animator, Alisa Stern.
Listen to Episode 16 of the Toonfuse podcast to find out more.
I’ll admit it. I went to the theaters and saw “Monster House.” I feel like I will never get back that hour and a half I spent watching the motion- capture- mess of a film. This summer I have only seen 2 animated movies in the theater. How many Animated movies were out this summer? Like 8? Damn. To bad most of them sucked.
Whatever happened to good old fashion animation?
Friday marked a historic milestone in the history of Toonfuse (the worlds first community cartoon news site).
You can now post your stories with the wonder that is the stationary color photographs. No doubt this will be the hot topic on this weeks Toonfuse Podcast.
Many thanks go out to David and Marco over at Davidville.com for all their help developing new technologies that allow Toonfuse to work the way it should work.