Disney’s latest addition to the princess lineup ticks all the right representation boxes, yet still isn’t pleasing everyone. What’s going on?
Animation used to serve up tons of satire in years gone past. Where has it gone and what have we lost as a result?
Virtual reality (VR) is the next big technology in storytelling and entertainment. Live-action is the current focus of development, but will animation benefit from such consumer immersion? If so, is it ready to adapt?
We’ve been clamouring for them for years, but now that we’ve finally got we wanted, it may actually be necessary to kill the strong female character off.
The British animation industry was pulled back from the brink by subsidies, but now it faces a far bigger and more insurmountable challenge: Brexit.
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Marathon’s latest creation is Lolirock and while this animated TV show looks interesting, the press release announcing it is anything but.
Who is taking charge in the animation industry when it comes to change and who is ensuring that innovation triumphs over stagnation?
Cartoon Network’s upcoming series Steven Universe was recently uploaded online but was quickly pulled down. Here’s a look at why that was a poor decision.
GIFs have become are ubiquitous on the internet, but does the recent announcement of a Peanuts Vine series of 12 second shorts mean they are a nuisance?
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