The classic Winsor McCay newspaper strip Little Nemo in Slumberland was adapted into an animated film in 1989 after a lengthy period in development hell that included scripts from both Moebius and the director of Adventures in Babysitting. Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Take
If The Very Hungry Caterpillar ever faces off against Pikachu in a Pokémon crossover, we've found a prime candidate to handle the art duties. Picking up some traditional collage strategies, a deviantART user named Botjira has glued together an exte
At this year's BrickCon -- an unofficial annual gathering of LEGO enthusiasts held in Seattle taking place from Sept. 30 through Oct. 3 -- east meets west as builders follow the overall theme of "Big in Japan," and, if the event-focused "Big in Japan at BrickCon 2010" Flickr group is any indication, LEGO fanatics and otaku hav
If you're a fan of acclaimed Japanese filmmaker and animator Hayao Miyazaki, then you'll likely be giddy at the news that the visionary director is considering a sequel to "Porco Rosso," his 1992 film about a pig-faced fighter pilot during World War I, to say nothing of the awesomeness that is Google Videos' new free-to-stream version of "Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind." In an intervie
From what Pixar's revealed in its various teasers and trailers to date, there's a lot for fans to look forward to when "Toy Story 3" arrives in theaters on June 18. Aside from the return of Woody, Buzz and scads of other toys I'll be eying in stores over the coming months, there's one special character I'm really stoked to see - even if only in a brief cameo
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