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The Hardest Thing I Ever Animated
Sixteen animators and artists from
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Rick and Morty
and more recall their toughest gigs.
What a Cartoon!
Allowed a Generation of Animators to ‘Take Back Our Cartoons’
The anthology series and talent incubator
What a Cartoon!
tapped animation’s past to push the form into a new ’90s golden age.
10 Tragically, Irretrievably Lost Pieces of Animation History
to a Russian version of
, some of the most intriguing cartoons have vanished into history’s great scrap heap.
Movies About Life Are Movies About Death. Ask the Director of
Land Before Time.
Don Bluth on depicting life’s tragedies alongside its moments of tenderness and joy.
The 100 Most Influential Sequences in Animation History
From Bugs Bunny to Spike Spiegel to Miles Morales, retracing 128 years of an art form that continues to draw us all in.
Steven Universe: The Movie
Is All About Doing the Work
Like the beloved series that precedes it, the movie is a beautiful, ambitious users’ manual for those learning to love themselves and others.
Kristen Arnett, Queer Meme Master, Does Not Want to Explain Ravioli to You
The internet’s favorite librarian talks about her debut novel, Mostly Dead Things.
kids these days
For the Country’s Best Teen Poets, Poetry
Honorees of the National Student Poets Program, threatened under Trump, fight for the personal and political power of verse.
Michelle Obama Memoir Continues to Steamroll Every Other Book Released This Year
And more tour dates were added.
on the books
Did Michelle Obama Really Sell 2 Million Books in 15 Days? An Investigation.
The former First Lady’s book is already this year’s biggest seller. But how do we know the exact numbers?