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Web Comics Are Coming to America – Will They Succeed?

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American audiences have shorter attention spans than those in Korea, and are much more demanding. They'll need to be exposed to outstanding content from the get-go. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Boxtrolls’

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Although The Boxtrolls is a cautionary tale firmly targeted toward children, with its young protagonists, lovable monsters, adults will love the rude humor and non-stop peril. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Art of Rio’ by Tara Bennett

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From the very first page, we are presented with amazing concept art, finished digital art, and a glimpse into how these animated films came to be. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Regular Show: Mordecai and Margaret Pack’

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This should get you to fall in love with Regular Show. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Beware the Batman: Shadows of Gotham, Season 1 Part 1′

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A fresh take on the material thanks to the incorporation of new elements, Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Khumba’

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Khumba may at first seem eerily reminiscent of other animated films like Madagascar, but it also has its own quirky style and message. Read More »

New Software Spotlight: Vue Infinite 2014 from e-on Software

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In the realm of digital nature and environment computer graphics, there are really no challengers, and it comes in multiple versions, from free to pro. Read More »

The Nightmarish Interview Before Christmas: Chris Sarandon

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Chris Sarandon talks to Blogcritics' Gabe Canada about his projects past and future. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Secret World of Santa Claus: Elves in Toyland’ and ‘The Secret World of Santa Claus: A Present for Santa’

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The characters and animation are bright and colorful and the episodes are designed to be enjoyed again and again during the Christmas season. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Saving Santa’

Neville Baddington plots and schemes to please his momma

A fun British-made animated tale featuring Martin Freeman (The Hobbit, Sherlock) as a little elf with a big dream. Read More »