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Cartoonists 'first victims' of crackdowns on press

Paris - Ten countries including Russia, Turkey and India have been condemned for censoring, locking up or threatening cartoonists in a new report published Friday.

Who speaks the most words on The Simpsons?

Media commentator Todd W Schneider has undertaken a detailed analysis of 28 years of The Simpsons. Want to know who speaks the most lines? The most significant side character? Then read on.

Art of Doctor Who on show at the Cartoon Museum Special

London - The Cartoon Museum is a small museum tucked away in a corner of London. The museum, run by volunteers, displays the history of British comic art. For a short while, a range of Doctor Who themed art is on display.

Boy cuts worker's lifeline because noise interrupted his cartoons

Guizhou - Whatever you do, don't interrupt this kid's Saturday cartoons. One construction worker was busily fitting lights with an electric drill outside the eighth-floor apartment where the 10-year-old cartoon fanatic lived, and he got the shock of his life.

'Mr. Magoo: The Theatrical Collection' is now available on DVD

How did a myopic, somewhat muddled little old man become one of animation’s most beloved characters? A look at the new four-DVD set "Mr. Magoo: The Theatrical Collection (1949-1959)" may provide the answer.

Interview with Detroit producer Exhale Special

Detroit - I met Detroit music producer Exhale at Oakaloosa, Detroit's first philanthropic music festival, earlier this summer. He told me he was "motivated by the Detroit music scene and the spirit of Detroit," which I think fuels a lot of us.

Satirical French 2020 Olympic cartoons spark outrage in Japan

Tokyo - The Japanese government is not amused, as two cartoons appear in a French newspaper — one depicting sumo wrestlers with additional limbs and the other set in front of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant — and both related to the 2020 Toyko Olympics.

Video: Mercedes-Benz's first Japanese anime commercial

The automobile company Mercedes-Benz is launching its "Next A-Class" campaign with the help of Japanese anime company called Production I.G.

Op-Ed: 'Be braver' says Salman Rushdie

Paris - Today, "Charlie Hebdo" published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Its website is unavailable and riot police have been deployed. Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right and it is under attack.

Beavis and Butt-Head return to MTV with new shows

A new generation will now be exposed to the crazy antics of Beavis and Butt-Head when they return to MTV every Thursday at 10:00 pm.

Op-Ed: Locked up for reading a poem in Bahrain

An article relating to the arrest of a young woman in Bahrain urging caution in evaluating the situation, and the aversion of double standards.

Facebook profile pictures taken over by cartoon characters

Are you wondering why many of your Facebook friends suddenly changed their profile picture to cartoon characters? The latest fad to go viral on the social networking site has users changing their profile pictures to cartoon images from their childhood.

Danish Paper Agrees to Apologize for Muhammed Cartoons

A Danish newspaper has apologized to eight Muslim organizations for offending them by publishing images of the Prophet Muhammed in return for protection from future lawsuits. This decision is drawing criticism from other papers.

Find Cartoons, Clipart Using Google Image Search

Google Search has added new features in its image search section. We can now find cartoons and clip arts besides faces and photos.

‘Splatter’ Exhibit Turns Bugs Bunny Into Maniacal Killer

A London gallery exhibit is displaying reworked images of cartoon characters engaged in random acts of gory violence. But is the artist worried about the impact on children and thorny legality issues?

Wallace Wood- One of the guys who drew America

Wallace Wood was, and still is, a truly unusual artist. He’s one of the few “cartoonists” who can step outside their own style when he feels like it. The comfort zone is where the lines go right, and for pros, that's where they like them to be.

July 27, 1940: That Funny Wabbit, "Bugs Bunny" Hits The Screens

Happy "67th" Birthday, Bugs! You're still the wise-cracking, sneaky, carrot-chonking cartoon rabbit who's never aged a 'hare' in all these years! Your face is the most recognized in the whole world...so "What's up Doc?"

11 companies to bump cartoons out of junk food ads

Pressure has been stepped up by the Federal Trade Commission on the biggest food and drink companies in the U.S. to restrict cartoons on their adds for junk food that targets children under 12 years old.

Son of ‘Dr. Laura’ Accused of Publishing Sadistic War Posts on MySpace

Dr. Laura's son, Deryk Schlessinger is being accused of publishing horrible graphics and messages on his MySpace page. He is serving in Afghanistan in the military.

Aniboom Raises $4.5 Million For Cartoons

Aniboom an Israeli Startup for user generated animation videos has raised $4.5 in financing.

Soviet propaganda cartoons come to video

The four-DVD set 'Animated Soviet Propaganda' opens the vaults on decades of Cold War humor.

Amazing Animation

It Astonishes Me at the animation of Cartoons today.

Muslim Cartoon protester guilty of soliciting Murder

A British citizen has been found guilty of soliciting murder and stirring up racial hatred in the wake of the publication of cartoons depicting the prophet Mohammed.

Movie Review: ''Metropolis''

“Metropolis” (Japan 2001) *** Directed by Rintaro “Metropolis” arrives a little late but still hot on the heels of “Princess Mononoke” and “Perfect Blue”, two successful Japanese films released in North America in the past two years. Bot
 

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Cartoon by Dan Rosandich depicts a judge getting ready to hit a defendent over the head with his mallot in order to knock some sense into him.
As well as displays  the museum features areas for people to explore their creativity.
As well as displays, the museum features areas for people to explore their creativity.
Construction worker Liu Mai dangles precariously after a ten-year-old boy who was bothered because h...
Construction worker Liu Mai dangles precariously after a ten-year-old boy who was bothered because he couldn't hear his cartoons cut his safety line.
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French newspaper Le Canard Enchaine published two satirical cartoons depicting the Fukushima disaste...
French newspaper Le Canard Enchaine published two satirical cartoons depicting the Fukushima disaster as related to 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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The upper level of the Cartoon Museum in London. The museum has three main galleries displaying orig...
The upper level of the Cartoon Museum in London. The museum has three main galleries displaying original artwork from British cartoons and comics, past and present.
French newspaper Le Canard Enchaine published two satirical cartoons depicting the Fukushima disaste...
French newspaper Le Canard Enchaine published two satirical cartoons depicting the Fukushima disaster as related to 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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French newspaper Le Canard Enchaine published two satirical cartoons depicting the Fukushima disaste...
French newspaper Le Canard Enchaine published two satirical cartoons depicting the Fukushima disaster as related to 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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A woman examines some of the work on display in the Cartoon Museum.
A woman examines some of the work on display in the Cartoon Museum.
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