Man finds 600 of the rarest, century-old baseball cards in late father’s closet.
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1M ago
Sacramento, Calif. - A man found a goldmine of in excess of 600 important 1920s baseball cards while wiping out his late dad's northern California home. As per a news discharge, probably the most extraordinary classic baseball cards were found put away in an old tobacco tin inside a storeroom, including ones for Darling Ruth, "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, and Ty Cobb. The tobacco tin itself dates back to the beginning of the 1900s. The assortment had a place with a man named Ed, whose last name was not given. The news discharge said Ed was a long-term card gatherer, beginning when he was a youngster ..read more
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Warner Bros.'s "The Flintstones" sequel series. Elizabeth Banks has been tapped to star and produce.
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by Animation America
1M ago
Peter Girardi, executive vice president of alternative programming at Warner Bros., claimed that the Flintstones were the first animated family to air in prime time. Animation. Elizabeth and Lindsay are doing a fantastic job portraying these characters, and Fox and Brownstone are the ideal partners to bring them back to prime time. Sorry, but this is going to rock. ". . 20 years have passed since the events of the first series when the animated series "Bedrock" takes place. In addition to executive producing, Banks will also voice an adult Pebbles Flintstone. In the cartoon, Pebbles, who is i ..read more
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Warner Bros. Productions Feature John Cena and Will Forte in ‘Coyote vs. Acme’.
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John Cena and Will Forte in ‘Coyote vs. Acme’ Chris DeFaria and James Gunn are producing the live-action/CG animation hybrid feature. The hybrid live-action/CG animation movie is created by Chris DeFaria and James Gunn. Will Forte has agreed to play the role of Looney Tunes Wile E. And John Cena's opponent. Coyote in the Warner Bros. Live-action/CG animation hybrid film Coyote vs. Acme. The film is being directed by Dave Green, who also oversaw Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows and Earth to Echo. What's Up, Doc? In order to defeat his archenemy and potential meal, the Road Ru ..read more
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A Peek In To The Top 10 Classic Looney Tunes Animation Characters.
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by Animation America
1M ago
Bugs Bunny: Debuting in 1940's "A Wild Hare," Bugs Bunny quickly became the face of Looney Tunes. Originally created by Tex Avery and refined by Chuck Jones, Bugs embodies wit, charm, and resilience. His catchphrase "What's up, Doc?" has become iconic, symbolizing his laid-back attitude even in the face of danger. Bugs' ability to outsmart adversaries like Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam, combined with his irreverent humor and cross-dressing antics, endeared him to audiences worldwide, making him one of the most recognizable and beloved animated characters of all time.. Daffy Duck: Introduced in ..read more
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What is a Giclée and a Lithograph?
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by Animation America
1M ago
What is a Giclée and a Lithograph? Giclée is a printing process that uses high-quality, fine-art inkjet printers to produce fine-art reproductions or original prints with high color accuracy, high resolution, and a long lifespan. The term "giclée" is derived from the French word "gicler" which means "to squirt" or "to spray". The process involves using microscopic droplets of pigment-based inks to create prints with smooth transitions, deep, rich colors, and a high level of detail. Giclée printing is often used for fine-art, photographic, and digital art reproductions and is considered to be a ..read more
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The Future of Mickey Mouse: What Joining the Public Domain Means for Disney's Iconic Character
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by Animation America
1M ago
For almost a long time, the picture of Mickey Mouse has been hitched to the Walt Disney Organization brand, yet on January 1, 2024, Disney's copyright of "Steamboat Willie," Walt Disney's most memorable short film highlighting Mickey Mouse, will terminate. That implies that one of the organization's earliest cycles of its adored mouse will open up for public use. "Steamboat Willie" versus current Mickey" "Steamboat Willie" debuted in 1928, assisting send off Mickey With mousing and Walt Disney into the stratosphere. Since US intellectual property regulation, which was last refreshed by Congre ..read more
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The Wild West Of Animation Cel Authentication.
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1M ago
You wouldn't think that people would take the time to create fake cels on the inexpensive level, but it has happened. Welcome to the Wild West of Animation Cel Authentication. The integrity and authenticity of the animation cel has fallen to the wayside for some as a profit opportunity rears it's head. As amateur art collectors, first time collectors or just fans look to own a piece of animation art or gift someone a cel they think might have value in the collectible world, sellers are showcasing sericels for sale that never authentically existed. For starters, what is an authentic cel? It's ..read more
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The Limited Edition Animation Cel vs. The Original Production Animation Cel.
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by Animation America
1M ago
Why purchase a limited edition animation cel vs. an original animation production cel? For the sake of this comparison, we will be discussing Western animation and hand painted cels. Not serigraphs or sericels or anything not hand painted on a celluloid. So there are literally thousands of animation shorts and films. Some you haven't heard of, some beyond your generation and some you will never hear about. The use of hand painted production cels started to faze out after Disney's the Little Mermaid movie. Computers started becoming a sophisticated enough medium to produce animation at a lower ..read more
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