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Check out this insane collage of every single Futurama character | Blastr
embed won't do...click on this and embiggin for it's glory. Word is that Futurama is still being shopped...so cross yer fingers.
Blu-ray Review: The Puppetoon Movie | High-Def Digest
As presented by B2MP, 'The Puppetoon Movie' Blu-ray is far more than a high-definition release of a 1987 film celebrating a somewhat forgotten animator from the '30s and '40s; it is an impressive celebration of the life and career of George Pal, and the many creations he so brilliantly envisioned. This is the kind of disc set that more than makes up for its price tag, and is a must own for any animation fan. The movie itself has undergone a tremendous restoration, but the real reason to own this set is the wonderfully fascinating special features included on both discs. Not only do you get many other Puppetoon shorts and the feature film 'The Great Rupert,' but also the interviews with fellow animators, filmmakers, and writers are simply wonderful additions that will enlighten anyone who has ever had an interest in George Pal or the world of stop-motion animation. This one is highly recommended.
Why did they have to include stupid Flanders?