As a writer, I deal with this problem often. I worry, some times a little too much... Is my work way too similar to [insert film/book/show here]? Yesterday, my blogging and reviewing friend Rachel posted her thoughts on the recently-released animated feature Spark. The film was made by ToonBox and Red Rover International, the Canadian-Korean … Continue reading Imitation?
If you're new here or you don't really know me well, here's a few words... I am obsessed with The Beach Boys. I don't play favorites, but in terms of artists and bands? They would be in my Top Ten... Sitting comfortably alongside another 60s act whose name starts with B-E-A. To the intermediate Beach … Continue reading 15 Underrated Beach Boys Songs
June 1st... The Beatles' legendary, renowned, beloved Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band will turn 50 years old. Apple Records is pulling out all the stops. For the first time, a Beatles studio album re-issue will come with... BONUS TRACKS. The Beatles' original UK discography was first issued on CD in 1987. None of those re-issues … Continue reading A Fan’s Dream: 50th Anniversary ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Is LOADED
We are now well into the second half of the 1940s... Walt Disney and his crew still can't afford to do a single-story animated feature. They pressed on, doing more anthologies, more short cartoons, and then... Live-action pictures, from hybrid films (Song of the South) to short nature documentaries (the True-Life Adventures)... Three more post-war … Continue reading The Typography of Disney Animation Logos #5: Three More Anthologies…
We're now on Round 4. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio Fantasia Dumbo and Bambi Saludos Amigos, The Three Caballeros, and Make Mine Music Fun & Fancy Free, Melody Time, and The Adventures of the Ichabod and Mr. Toad Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, and Peter Pan Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians, and The Sword … Continue reading The Typography of Disney Animation Logos #4: Goodwill and Package Features