Paperman debuted online today and it’s a fantastic blend of animation styles. It’s obvious why this was nominated for a Best Animated Short Oscar. I’m not familiar with the other nominees, but I imagine it would take some Wallace & Gromit-level brilliance to beat it. I can make a pretty amazing paper plane, but none […]Read More Paperman
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The problem with this video: Is that it inspired this video: And when you hear them both, you can’t stop humming, “cooool ways to di-hie”Read More Requiem for a Meme
A haunting short animated film from The Animation Workshop. (Contains brief animated nudity, and is therefore mildly NSFW.) Vaesen – YouTube.Read More Vaesen
It’s hard to come up with an original title for a story 24 hours old. Disney bought Lucasfilm. There are so many reactions to this that within minutes of word hitting the Internet, the traffic made hurricane Sandy seem like a Spring shower. The funniest reaction I came across was easily, “Disney is going to […]Read More A Long Time Ago In A Steamboat Far, Far Away
Like many Smitch comics, this one is inspired by real events. view as PNG or PDFRead More Happy Hollowing!
Catherine, like Scott and I, has a birthday that follows the super-cool formula for awesomeness: m x 3 = d where m = numerical month and d = date. It’s a pretty cool way to figure out who your friends are. (Suck it, other people; especially Kosmo, but especially Wil.) Here’s a picture I took of […]Read More Golden!
When the “secret” speaker at the RNC was rumored to be Clint Eastwood, everyone was picturing Dirty Harry’s stern, no-nonsense delivery of a message that many Republicans had read into this commercial as a pseudo battle cry. Democrats took it as a bump since the commercial was for a car manufacturer that Obama’s bailout saved. […]Read More It’s the Third Quarter
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