Roy Disney spent time in the US Navy just after World War I. You don't often hear about this, so this makes for interesting reading.
I considered writing about the new Jellystone show on HBO but Yowp pretty much covered most of what I have to say. Their point is spot on though.
Moving the blog from one server to another has been an experience. It was down all day as a result but is back up now and hopefully for good!
Check it out: https://animationanomaly.com
It's time for ye olde Saturday night blog migration.
Sean Moncrieff: In animation, it’s still all about the fabulous hair
"The hero-female has to have a waist so tiny that it couldn’t possibly accommodate ribs or any internal organs. Intelligent female characters are invariably nerdy and far less attractive; beauty and brains can’t go together in animation world. "
I'm currently working on a little project that is quite exciting. Stay tuned!
‘Spirited Away’ at 20 – Review
sunday afternoon sketchin'.
I simply cannot read the name of the villain in #SpaceJam2 without thinking it's actually Ali G. Rhythm
Mark Evanier weighs in on 'stars' getting nominations for voice acting over professional voice actors.
I haven't seen #Luca so can't really comment but this article might be clutching at straws
Luca, Disney and queerbaiting in animation
Space Jam: A New Legacy review – garish and soulless sequel is a stinker
"Where the first Space Jam film pooled the popularity of Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes with the same cross-promotional congeniality as, say, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, the standalone sequel makes both LeBron and the Tune Squad’s celebrity subordinate to that of the almighty Intellectual Property"
‘Arthur’ Casting Director Reveals Why D.W. Read Has Only Ever Been Voiced by Young Boys