TubefilterMondo Bringing Animators Together For Multi-Channel YouTube NetworkTubefilterRug Burn, a new partnership between Titmouse (creators of several Adult Swim favorites such as Metalocalypse, Black Dynamite, and The Venture Bros.) and Six...
Watch Seth MacFarlane Crash A UCLA Class For mtvU's Stand InCinema BlendEarlier this month, we learned that Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane crashed a class at UCLA to talk about his work for an episode of mtvU's Stand In.
'Batman: The Animated Series': Tube Talk GoldDigital Spy UKMillions may have thrilled to Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy - which reached an emotional and epic climax this year - but for Batman fans of a certain age, our first taste of the...
There have been a lot of spectacular cupcakes I have shared on Global Geek News in the past ranging from Sonic the Hedgehog cupcakes to Doctor Who cupcakes, but this is the first time I have ever seen anybody make any Futurama cupcakes and they turned out quite spectacular! And if you don’t agree, you can bite my shiny metal ass!
You had to figure this wouldn't last. Though some publishers have been willing to strike agreements that allow fan projects to go forward, provided no one sells anything from them, many more don't have the time or the interest in maintaining and monitoring those relationships.
We've seen a large chunk of the new CG animated Mr. Peabody & Sherman movie — and surprise, it's actually not terrible. Ever since this movie was announced, we've been giving off nervous "please don't ruin my childhood" noises.
We've been waiting for the animated remake of Kin-Dza-Dza since we first discovered this ultra-wacky 1986 Russian movie back in 2008. And now, it's finally here — and you can check out the first footage above, via Twitch Film.
Kansas City StarThose little ponies mean a big shift for gender rolesKansas City StarFan groups have popped up all over the web, and there's a charitable organization ( Bronies for Good), a BronyCon (like Comic-Con, but for bronies) and even a...
Carl Sagan's lyrical and resonant ode to the planet Earth as seen from a great distance receives a lovely companion animation thanks to the animation studio ORDER. Much like Sagan's original musings, ORDER's animation is understated, while contemplating our place in a vast universe.
This week in the world of cartoons, Adventure Time takes a break from reality, the very cool droid-centric arc on Clone Wars continues with a Mœbius-twist, and we see who makes up the "A" Team and "B" Team on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.