Daniel Bressette lives in a very strange world, a world populated by beasts made from bits of puppies and bunny rabbits, where warlord pigs rule with a bacon fist and celestial Pokémon clutter the cosmos. It's also filled with tons of animations sure to add a smile to your weekend: Workaholics' Blake riding a dragon, an evening at home with the Ninja Turtles, Finn and Jake gone Mega Man, and some truly adorable demons.
Outside of "snow day" and "free cupcakes," I'm not sure there are many pairs of words in the English language as wonderful as "happy monster." It's probably thanks to a childhood spent on Sesame Street, but there's something about goofy, smiling monsters that just makes me grin. But I'm
We're used to seeing Batman as the dark defender of justice, whose very name strikes fear in the hearts of criminals. Reaching back to the Burt Ward and Adam West era, we get a look that we don't often see on even that campiest Caped Crusader: cowardice
It probably doesn't surprise anyone that I Google search "Batman" on a pretty regular basis to see if there's anything new or exciting out there, and today, that search paid off. Because today, I discovered "The Amazing Adventures of Little Batman."
Directed by Joe Valenti, "Little Batman" is a fan-film tribute to the 1966 "Batman" TV show that clocks in at almost 30 minutes, and as you might expect from the title, its cast is mostly made up of hilariously adorable kids. As a result, it boasts some of the most awesome shots I've ever seen.
So awesome, in fact, that in addition to the full movie, I've pulled out the five best scenes as animated .gifs! Check 'em out after the jump!