“Animation Fascination” Episode 78: AF News – November 2014

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It’s a vintage AF team up in the latest news edition, Marc Vibbert is joined by Justin Vactor to discuss all the latest animation industry news from November.

Amongst the topics in this episode are reviews for Big Hero 6, Penguins of Madagascar, and the new Studio Ghibli Blu-ray releases. The announcement of Toy Story 4, The LEGO Movie sequel writers, Hullabaloo, and much, much more are also discussed.

(Recorded 11/22/14)

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Watch This: HISHE Takes on New ‘Avengers’ Teaser

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So about that awesome new Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer…isn’t the reference to Disney’s Pinocchio the best? Well, our friends at How It Should Have Ended have taken it one step further and the results, as always, are hilarious.

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“Animation Fascination” Episode 60: Otis Frampton – Character/Background Artist (How it Should Have Ended)

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In this oddly normal interview, Otis Frampton stops by to speak with Marc and Stanford. Find out how Otis and Daniel Baxter of HISHE originally met, what influences Otis’ art, and what his dream project to work on would be.

Also Discussed: The Jungle Book and Justice League: War on Blu-ray, Gargoyles on YouTube, and Robotech: The Complete Set.

(Recorded on 02/03/14)

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“Animation Fascination” Episode 36: Live-Action Toy Story Project

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To inifinity and beyond!

In this episode Marc and Matt interview the “Live-Action Toy Story Project” group led by Jonason Pauley and Jesse Perrotta  (as well as part of thier crew, Kimberley Ruano and Amy Shufelt).

Amongst things discussed: Peter Pan, Teddy bears with swords, Kevin Smith, and fresh guacamole. So grab Buzz and Woody, sit back, and enjoy!

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“Animation Fascination” Episode 33: Holiday Special – 2012

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Happy Chrismahanukwanzakah! In this festive episode Marc and Matt are joined by the host of Christmas past, Justin Vactor. All of your favorite animated holiday specials are discussed as well as some recent releases on Blu-ray and DVD. So grab your magic top hat, decorate the loneliest tree, and get ready to poke the Grinch with a 39 1/2 foot pole.

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