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Music is, and always has been, a huge factor in entertainment. Imagine Jaws or Star Wars without their legendary John Williams scores; try telling the story of Casablanca with no "As Time Goes By". This is even...
As Mother's Day rounds the bend once again, we take the time to remember all the good things our mothers and our parents have done for us, and Ed Liu celebrated that with a look at the finest of...
On Sunday, the next entry to the still-new category of Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards was announced. Happy Feet joins the other five in the ever-so-slowly developing first decade of top toon movies. No doubt the announcement...

A Farewell to Harms

It's easy enough to call the passing of Joseph Barbera the end of an era. You might even say it marks the end of two eras, for the careers of Barbera and his late partner William Hanna straddled both...

AOL Launches In2TV

Holy flashbacks! AOL has teamed up with Warner Brothers to create In2TV. The site shows classic full-length episodes of your favorite Warner Bros. shows on the web for free. Among the 14 channels is Toontopia TV which airs the...
2005 may have not been one of the best years in animation, but there were some works that members of the Toon Zone forums felt were deserving of praise. Forum members voted for the year's best in what turned...
Editor in chief Ben Applegate, producer Karl Olson, graphics editor Matthew Williams and former editor in chief Jay Allman dissect: The fusion of Pixar & Disney, and of UPN and the WB The animated Oscar nominations Tartakovsky's Dark Crystal...
Editor-in-chief Ben Applegate, producer Karl Olson, staff reviewer Chad Bonin, graphics editor Matthew Williams and, for the first time, reviews editor William C. Maune gather 'round the digital campfire to tell these tall tales: The decay of Boomerang begins? ...
Finally recovering from our egg nog hangovers, this week TZ tackles: The new Madhouse projects The castration of Christopher Robin Plus animation scholar Jerry Beck talks about his favorite WB directors, how today's TV animation really doesn't suck all that...
car•toon - Pronunciation Key (kär-tōōn) - n. A drawing depicting a humorous situation, often accompanied by a caption. A drawing representing current public figures or issues symbolically and often satirically: a political cartoon. A preliminary sketch similar in size...
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