From Bugs Bunny to Wile E. Coyote: The Animation Genius of Chuck Jones

It's a good bet that you spent hundreds of childhood hours with Chuck Jones, even if you didn't know who he was at the time. "What's Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones" is a new exhibition which chronicles the work of the legendary animator who breathed life into household names like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck,… » 8/14/14 9:00am Thursday 9:00am

Take a sneak peek at The Simpsons vs Family Guy crossover episode

This fall The Simpsons is going to have its first big crossover in almost 20 years, when the cast of Family Guy visits Springfield. It's going to be the second time ever in which characters from other animation series appear in full capacity in the longest running sitcom in American TV history. » 7/28/14 10:29pm 7/28/14 10:29pm

12 Rare Flintstones Production Shots From the Golden Age of Animation

The animated landscape is one big Uncanny Valley now, dominated by massive digital conglomerates. But a half-century ago, the world's animation powerhouse was an independent outfit run by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, creators of The Flintstones, Tom & Jerry, and Scooby-Doo. This previously unpublished gallery of… » 7/28/14 9:30am 7/28/14 9:30am

This horror version of Bugs Bunny will haunt my dreams tonight

Rafael "Rafahu" Aguilar is a very talented Mexican animator, illustrator and designer with a wonderfully twisted mind and a classic style worth of Creepy or any of the Warren comic magazines during the 70s. This horror reinterpretation of classic Warner Bros. imagery seems designed to make kids cry. » 6/21/14 12:05am 6/21/14 12:05am

Calvin & Hobbes' creator has been secretly drawing this comic strip!

Holy crap! Calvin & Hobbes' creator Bill Watterson has been secretly drawing a comic strip! Nobody knew it except Stephan Pastis, the author of Pearls Before Swine. You're looking at his artwork right above these lines—the first two panels are drawn by the legendary cartoonist, the third by Pastis. » 6/07/14 2:44am 6/07/14 2:44am

Artist inserts his hilarious monster drawings into real life

To have a little bit of fun, artist Marty Cooper drew some cute critters and funny looking monsters on a transparent sheet and inserted them into real life. As in he superimposed his drawings into the environment around him. It's like what the world would look like if monsters were living among us. » 3/14/14 2:03am 3/14/14 2:03am

Wow, watch this guy nail the voices of 33 different Simpsons characters

Listen to super talented voice actor Brock Baker zip through 33 different Simpsons impressions in 5 minutes. His Homer takes a little getting used to but he nails a good chunk of them. There are a few that are pitch perfect (like his Fat Tony). Anyway, it all adds up to a very fun watch. » 2/28/14 8:43pm 2/28/14 8:43pm

Seeing the original 1928 Mickey Mouse animated in 3D is terrifying

Some things are better left untouched. Really3D, the hilarious YouTube channel that animates classics into ridiculous 3D renders, proves that with a gagful 3D animation of the 1928 classic Steamboat Willie. You know, the short film that first introduced the world to Mickey Mouse. The 3D version of the classic is so… » 2/18/14 7:19pm 2/18/14 7:19pm

What if famous brands used famous cartoon characters as their logos?

Brilliant. Artist Bruce Yan remixes the logos of famous brands by inserting the cartoon characters we grew up with. So the Playboy bunny becomes a profile view of Bugs Bunny, the mermaid in the Starbucks Logo becomes Ariel, Charlie Brown is the BIC guy and so on. The twists are super clever and fun. » 2/04/14 1:04am 2/04/14 1:04am

What if all the spam mail you got was actually hilariously true?

You're an Internet veteran, you know what's real and what's not. Anything with Western Union automatically raises your eyebrow. An e-mail promising more length and/or hot girls gets vaporized without a thought. You're too seasoned for these tricks. But what if all that email spam was actually true? How different would… » 1/23/14 9:12pm 1/23/14 9:12pm

An Amazing Voltron Hoodie, No Assembly Required

Completing the triad of 80s cartoon and toy perfection, Voltron proudly stood alongside G.I. Joe and the Transformers as the best ways for a kid to relax on a Saturday morning after a long week of school. And since the holidays are just around the corner, if you know someone still holding a candle for a childhood… » 11/05/13 10:40am 11/05/13 10:40am