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Ambiguously Gay Duo Live

Ambiguously Gay Duo Live

(NSFW) The Ambiguously Gay Duo is one of Robert Smigel’s cartoon sketches on Saturday Night Live. Last week’s episode saw Ace & Gary and the rest of the cartoon cast acquire star-studded flesh.

Sci-Fi: Tintin Style

Sci-Fi: Tintin Style

Cartoonist Dan Hipp created a these Adventures of Tintin-inspired book covers as tributes to classic science fiction films lie Star Wars, Alien and Tron. We only wish these books were real.

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Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1

Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1

Had enough of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force? The Adult Swim guys are sick of them too, so forget everything you know about Frylock, Master Shake and Meatwad and get ready for the premiere 5/8.

Thundercats (2011)

Thundercats (2011)

Fans of cats, heroes, swords, lightning bolts, and late 80s animation rejoice! The mighty Thundercats return, courtesy of Cartoon Network, as revealed in this WonderCon trailer. (Thanks, James!)

Winnie the Pooh (Clip)

Winnie the Pooh (Clip)

Winnie and his friends return for their first animated movie in more than 35 years, brought to life by hand-drawn animation. Inspired by five stories from series creator A.A. Milne’s books.

Happiness is a Warm Blanket

Happiness is a Warm Blanket
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Linus and his blanket star in the new Peanuts movie Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown, based on 1960s comic strips. The animation and voices are wonderful blasts from the past.

Wile E. Coyote in 127 Hours

Wile E. Coyote in 127 Hours

A parody of 127 Hours animated by Rob Yulfo. The illustration’s not that polished, but it’s definitely got the Looney Tunes spirit. Makes us wish there was a “What Would Wile E. Do?” cartoon.

Transformers Fail

Transformers Fail

One of the dangers of being a human among giant robots. We’ve always wondered about this exact same thing when we were kids. How awesome would it be if this happened in Transformers 3?

5 Very Good Reasons…

5 Very Good Reasons…
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…to Punch a Dolphin in the Mouth (And Other Useful Guides) is the title of this 160-page compilation of offbeat cartoons from the slightly inappropriate, always irreverent TheOatmeal.com.

Superman Classic

Superman Classic

An achingly short labor of love from veteran animator Rob Pratt, who’s worked on several Disney animated movies including Pocahontas, Hercules and Tarzan. More, Mr. Pratt, more!

Tempted to Stop Acting Randomly

Tempted to Stop Acting Randomly
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Back to work, but laughing about it: Scott Adams’ latest collection of Dilbert cartoons exemplifies the randomness and annoyances associated with corporate cubicle culture. Can we get a hell yeah?

Stan Lee: How to Draw Comics

Stan Lee: How to Draw Comics
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Ever wanted to draw Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk or X-Men? Learn from the master himself, Stan Lee. We recommend the limited-edition hardcover, or the paperback if you’re on a budget.

Wiley vs. Rhodes

Wiley vs. Rhodes

Imagine, if you will, that Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner were a couple of human beings instead of cartoon characters. Thanks to this short, you don’t need to imagine. That’s all Folks!

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Moleskine x Peanuts

Moleskine x Peanuts
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Show your love for Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Patty and Woodstock with these limited-edition Peanuts journals in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Charles Schultz’s classic comic.

Cartoon Medley

Cartoon Medley

Unicron too old school for you? Perhaps this will do the trick. Fredde Gredde breezes through acoustic versions of the jingles of good, bad and Swedish cartoons. “Denver! The last dinosaur!”

Unicron

Unicron

See every 80s cartoon ever made in 22 seconds – lasers, transforming cars, guitar shredding, the works. If you watched 80s cartoons as a kid, Will Goodan’s homage will take you the f*ck back.

Meatwad Hot Air Balloon

Meatwad Hot Air Balloon
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Got a passion for hot air ballooning and Aqua Teen Hunger Force? The guys at Adult Swim are offering up this awesome Meatwad balloon for you to get tore-up and pass out in the hot sun in.

Shank

Shank

This side-scrolling beat-em-up finally hit XBLA and PSN, and it’s well worth the wait. Tons of weapons, local co-op mode, great looks and a story from the writer of God of War add up to a great game.

Where Wookiees Come From

Where Wookiees Come From

What with all that body hair, we always wondered if Wookiees and Ewoks were somehow related. Now we know the real truth. Be sure to click through the whole gallery for the punch line.

Call of Cthulhu Explained

Call of Cthulhu Explained

The Brothers Grim and Grimy explain the dark world of H.P. Lovecraft in under 2 minutes, with cartoony animations and an inappropriate narrator. At least we now know how to pronounce Cthulhu.

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Trailer: Venture Bros Season 4.5

Trailer: Venture Bros Season 4.5

Prepare for more super-powered comedy in the new season, filled with mind-blowing treats like Sgt. Hatred’s songs, the real Spider-Man and the world premiere of formal underwear.

Cartoon Perspective Sculptures

Cartoon Perspective Sculptures

These unassuming sculptures of popular cartoon characters were made by artist John Hopkins. They’re actually made of several disproportionate parts. See more of Hopkins’ work here.

Chewbacca Had A Speaking Part

Chewbacca Had A Speaking Part

You may or may not know this, but the big, furry Wookiee actually had lines. Thankfully, illustrator Doug Savage has taken it upon himself to document all of his dialog from the original Star Wars for us.

The Voices Of The Simpsons

The Voices Of The Simpsons

…also known as Hank Azaria and The Others. Though, if we go by character, we’d have to say the most important actor is Dan “Homer” Castellaneta. Any idea why 3 people play Itchy?

The Hipsters Of The Universe

The Hipsters Of The Universe

Adrian Riemann gave He-Man and his friends and enemies a 21st century look using clothes that actually exist. Blasphemy? Maybe, but it’s just so well-done it’s hard to look away.

The TMNT Use Their Weapons

The TMNT Use Their Weapons

Very NSFW: after running out of puns and pizzas, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles finally use their weapons; too bad there’ll be shell to pay from the legal system and network censors.

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