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    Awesome Animated Short Starring a ROBOT GLADIATOR vs SPACE JESUS

    Yeah, you heard that right… a Robot Gladiator squares off against Space Jesus. As if that sentence wasn’t enough to pique your interest this short, CARL, also features “Drill-Raptors, EggBeater-Scorpions and a mighty BBQ-Octopus.” So, there’s that. Even though there’s plenty of the aforementioned madness afoot in this short there’s also a pretty deep story […]

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    Monday Morning Videomania #110

    UNICORN BLOOD An animated short film by Alberto Vazquez, Unicorn Blood takes two things that should be cute and cuddly and warps them into a savage enemies in a story laden with religious subtext. Or, as Vazquez puts it: “two teddy bears go hunting unicorns… which the bears need to stay cute-looking.” Sock Monkey Sneak […]

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  • Where Are They Now? by Steve Cutts

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    Monday Morning Videomania #102

    Family Guy/Simpsons Crossover (Unofficial) I have a confession to make… I stopped watching The Simpsons a long time ago (with exception of the annual Treehouse of Horror special). I also don’t watch a lot of Family Guy anymore, but the upcoming Family Guy season premiere (“The Simpsons Guy”) has got me pretty excited about both […]

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  • Gray Ghost - Lost Reel

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    The GRAY GHOST Returns in “The Lost Reel” Fan Film

    One of my favorite episodes from Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski’s Batman: The Animated Series took place during the tail end of Season One. “Beware the Gray Ghost” not only shed some light on Bruce Wayne’s childhood, it also introduced viewers to one of Wayne’s influences for becoming Batman (particularly the Bat Cave). A pulp […]

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  • JohnnyExpress Short Film

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    Monday Morning Videomania #96

    Ghost Burger .01 – Meet In spite of an unsuccessful, but well incentivized, attempt to crowdfund his first feature-length claymation film, GHOSTBURGER, animator Lee Hardcastle has decided to release his magna opus online in two ways: the first, a paid version, in which fans can download the entire film and the other, for free, in […]

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