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  1. animation
    Welcome Aboard CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Lower Decks TrailerIf spaceships had a poop deck, these characters would be scrubbing it.
  2. viewing guide
    Need More Avatar: The Last Airbender? Try These Series.A chakra-based guide to the animated shows that extend Avatar’s thematic and emotional spirit into different worlds.
  3. reboots
    That Clone High Reboot You Always Wanted Is Finally HappeningCo-creators Phil Lord, Chris Miller, and Bill Lawrence will “reimagine” the cult-hit animated series.
  4. now streaming
    The 50 Best Anime Series on Netflix Right NowFrom Saint Seiya to Soul Eater, some truly great anime has found its way onto the streaming service.
  5. animation
    The Simpsons Also Steps Away From White Actors Voicing Characters of ColorFive months after Hank Azaria announced he would no longer voice Apu.
  6. animation
    Family Guy Star Mike Henry Will No Longer Voice Cleveland Brown“I love this character, but persons of color should play characters of color.”
  7. animation
    Fixing Your Color-blind Casting Problem Is Actually Very EasyRecasting animated voices is no harder than any other part of making a TV show.
  8. trailer mix
    Over the Moon Trailer: Netflix Gets In on a Heartwarming Animated Dead-Mom MovieRocketing to you this fall.
  9. the replacements
    Wanted to Watch Pixar’s Soul This Weekend? Try These 5 Movies Instead.I Lost My Body, Coco, and more.
  10. the race to animate
    Every Studio Ghibli Film, RankedThe Japanese animation powerhouse has produced some of the best films ever made, and now they’re finally streaming on HBO Max.
  11. animate this!
    Laika Pits Its Stop-motion Creatures Against Each Other In New Fight ChallengeAs long as no one has to go up against the Other Mother.
  12. renewals
    Tuca & Bertie Has Been Saved by Adult SwimSeason two will air in 2021.
  13. movie review
    Scoob! Is the Kind of Kids Movie That Features Jokes About TinderThe Scooby-Doo reboot, bumped from theaters to on demand, attempts to update the mystery-solving franchise with superheroes and internet jokes.
  14. who invented that?
    Jeremy and Rajat Are Cartoons NowAnd they have some shocking news about the origins of the coronavirus.
  15. vulture lists
    90 Classic Looney Tunes Cartoons You Can Watch Right NowAs the Warner Bros. animated franchise celebrates its 90th anniversary, we look back at its rich history.
  16. snl
    The Ninja Turtles Become Old and Sober on Saturday Night LiveTake a look at the life of the “Middle-Aged Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
  17. disney
    Look, Disney Made Your Kids This At Home With Olaf Shorts Series From HomeIf you currently want to take your head off and hurl it like a snowball, Olaf completely understands.
  18. dad is pants
    Onward Jumps to Disney+ Two Weeks After Hitting TheatersParents can have a little break from Frozen, as a treat.
  19. exclusively gad moment
    The Trailer for Central Park Asks, ‘What If Bob’s Burgers But All Songs?’The musical extravaGADza premieres May 29.
  20. holla!
    It’s a Black History Month Miracle! Disney Revives The Proud FamilyKyla Pratt, Cedric the Entertainer, and more are set to return.
  21. movie review
    Pixar’s Onward Is a Lot of Empty Emotional CaloriesBut Chris Pratt is pretty good.
  22. movie review
    Shaun the Sheep Meets E.T. in Netflix’s FarmageddonThe beloved characters are back in a Netflix sequel to the 2015 animated classic.
  23. animation
    19 Classic Screwball Tex Avery Cartoons, Ranked From Best to WorstA tour through some of the influential animator’s most famous work.
  24. gotta go fast!
    Beyond the Creepy Teeth: How Sonic the Hedgehog Saved ItselfA complete timeline of the Sega character’s return to the big screen, from dental horror to emergency redesign to today.
  25. movie review
    I Lost My Body Is Both Genuinely Sweet and Thoroughly TwistedAt least one good thing came out of the 2020 Oscar nominations: recognition for a left-field animated gem.
  26. animation
    Rick and Morty Is an Animation Challenge Like No OtherThe series’s gleeful exploration of its own logical and visual limits is basically the opposite of how every other animated TV show works.
  27. the gold rush
    A Historic Battle for the Animated Oscar BeginsThis year, a record number of animated movies are competing against Disney for an Academy Award in the feature category. Can an indie win?
  28. 25 days of cats
    What Can We Learn From Three Decades of Cats Jokes on The Simpsons?Turns out, a lot!
  29. movie review
    Netflix’s Klaus Is Just Weird Enough to Get You to Watch ItThis animated holiday movie is set in a surreally gruesome place, filled with surreally gruesome people. Somehow, that works.
  30. cat news
    Louie Anderson Is a Talking CatSpecifically, the titular feline star of Fox’s Tigsley.
  31. jokes
    16 Cropped Simpsons Jokes You Can’t See on Disney+A lot of comedic gold gets lost when you crop out 25 percent of the screen.
  32. movie review
    Frozen 2 Exists Because the Market, Not the Story, Demanded ItIs it fair to call a sequel unnecessary when it’s going to make a jillion dollars?
  33. the race to animate
    Women Are Taking Over Fox’s Sunday Night Cartoons. What Took So Long?A roundtable conversation with the women behind Bless the Harts, Duncanville, and The Great North.
  34. music videos
    The Brief and Wondrous Life of MC Skat KatTalking with the animators behind Paula Abdul’s onetime music-video co-star.
  35. the race to animate
    Courage the Cowardly Dog Is Still TerrifyingTwenty years later, the cartoon’s stew of mythology, anthropomorphism, surrealism, and vaudeville seems like a minor miracle.
  36. the race to animate
    The Story of the Beauty and the Beast Screening That Changed EverythingAn in-progress version of the Disney film premiered at the New York Film Festival in 1991, and upended animation as we knew it.
  37. the race to animate
    The Mythical Endurance of Wile E. CoyoteThe cartoon carnivore’s relentless 70-year pursuit of the Road Runner feels eternal in the best sense of the word.
  38. the internet
    The Best Cartoons of the Early InternetLooking back on some early internet animated classics, from Homestar Runner to Salad Fingers.
  39. the race to animate
    The Hardest Thing I Ever Animated15 animators and artists from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, BoJack Horseman, Rick and Morty, Toy Story, and more recall their toughest gigs.
  40. the race to animate
    What Happened to Rise of the Guardians? The Story Behind an Animation FlopBefore Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, director Peter Ramsey made a DreamWorks movie so strange it feels like we dreamed it.
  41. disney+
    When Disney Gains The Simpsons, What Do We All Lose?The streaming boom has warped our sense of pop-cultural history. And it’s going to get a lot worse.
  42. the race to animate
    The Token Female Pixar Story ArtistIn 1987, animator Brenda Chapman was the only woman in the story department at Disney. 25 years later, she made Brave.
  43. trailer mix
    Scoob! Trailer: Uh, This Villain Is Not Just Some Weird Old Guy in a MaskThe disgruntled owner of an abandoned amusement park, sure, but aliens? These are just teens! And a dog!
  44. the race to animate
    How Don Hertzfeldt Survives as an Indie AnimatorThe End of the World author talks watching his own back, turning down studio work, and whether or not we’re all doomed.
  45. the race to animate
    Inside the ‘Absolute Explosion’ of Animation TodayAs rival studios prepare to saturate streaming platforms with animated content, experts say we’re in the midst of a “seismic shift” in the industry.
  46. ball is life
    Studio Ghibli Movies Will Finally Be Available to StreamComing soon to HBO Max.
  47. big mouth
    Why Big Mouth Created Disclosure the Movie: The Musical!What, you don’t remember Michael Douglas and Demi Moore’s 1994 erotic thriller?
  48. animation
    What Comes After Samurai Jack? A Caveman, a Dinosaur, and Absolutely No TalkingGenndy Tartakovsky on why Primal is his most audacious gambit yet.
  49. nycc 2019
    Nick Kroll Announces Big Mouth Spinoff That’s All About the MonstersSounds like R-rated Monsters, Inc.
  50. tv review
    Bless the Harts Shakes Up Animation DominationThe promising new series from Emily Spivey is suggestive of what Fox’s Sunday night animation block has been, and what it could be in the future.
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