You know him for his velveteen voice, his magnificent moon vest, his reboot of Carl Sagan's classic show "Cosmos," and his general unwillingness to put up with bad science in popular culture. But hot dang, have you noticed Neil deGrasse Tyson in cartoons?
Jason Windsor talks about planning for doomsday, how he got his start in animation, his love of cartoons and how he just wants us all to stop fucking it up.
If Elsa from "Frozen" led a team of ice-themed football players, the Patriots would lose in like five seconds.
The Dot and Line goes behind the scenes of the Netflix cartoon's best episodes with assistant director James Bowman.
For those of us who see a darkness in 'BoJack' that cannot be hidden by the craft or delivery of its jokes, the question remains: why do we watch it?
Titmouse founder Chris Prynoski lays out everything you need to know about "Big Mouth," his studio's new show featuring a bunch of confused middle schoolers with teenage hormonal urges.
Stephen Fossati — the master animator’s last protégé — reveals the relentless perfectionism of “What’s Opera, Doc?”
A fun read that displays how Cartoon Network marketed their shows, planned its own programming schedule and hyped up "Ben 10" in 2007.
Makoto Shinkai’s time-jumping, body-switching masterpiece may be the most compelling movie about missed connections ever made.
The funniest, nerdiest, sharpest cartoon on television is back for round three.
Greg Baldwin, the new voice actor responsible for Aku on "Samurai Jack" talks about what it’s like to take over for the legendary Mako Iwamatsu.
It's not a long list, but it's an important one.