Monday, January 31, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day Cartoon

Saint Valentine's Day, commonly shortened to Valentine's Day, is an annual commemoration held on February 14 celebrating love and affection between intimate companions. The day is named after one or more early Christian martyrs named Valentine and was established by Pope Gelasius I in 500 AD. It was deleted from the Roman calendar of saints in 1969 by Pope Paul VI, but its religious observance is

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

College Humor - Dad's New Phone


Here's the first of two more videos we recently animated for College Humor!

This animation is part of a series CH calls their IRL Files (In Real Life). Basically, we are given the voiceover of a character telling his story, and it’s up to us to design and animate the piece. This first one is called, Parents Just Don't Understand: Dad's New Phone, and is about what happens when a parent gets their hands on a smart phone. I’ll follow up and post the second video next week!

2A! designed and animated this short in Flash, with Snark Rocket producing!





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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

College Humor - Hipster Superheroes


2A! helps answer the age old question… What would your favorite superheroes be like if they were hipsters?

This new short from College Humor explores the possibilities, poking fun at such classic heroes as Spider-Man, Hulk, Batman, and more!

2A! helped animate the short in Flash, with Snark Rocket producing!






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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The Baccano Anime Galleries

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

College Humor - Pocahontas Spoof


Here’s another intoxicating College Humor animation!

This time College Humor spoofs the amazing “Colors of the Wind” song from Disney’s Pocahontas. Their question… “What if, instead of the miracles of nature, Pocahontas introduced John Smith to weed?”

2A! animated this short in Flash, with our pals at Snark Rocket once again producing!






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Friday, January 7, 2011

Digimon Adventures Art Cartoon Funny








Digimon, short for "Digital Monsters", is a Japanese media franchise encompassing anime, manga, toys, video games, trading card games and other media. The franchise's eponymous creatures are monsters of various forms living in a "Digital World", a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various communication networks. On March 6, 1999, the franchise was given an anime as the first of the Digimon movies aired in theaters in Japan. Originally, the Digimon Adventure movie was supposed to be a short film, but after the storyboard was finished, a request for Digimon becoming a children's television show was made. On March 7, 1999, they began airing a television counterpart titled Digimon Adventure.

Four further seasons would follow, each with their own tie-in movies, and the series was dubbed for release in western markets in the fall of the same year. The show spawned card games, with Hyper Colosseum in Japan and later Digi-Battle in America, and more video games. The animated series is easily the best-known segment of the Digimon universe and responsible for the majority of its popularity.

"Digimon" are "Digital Monsters". According to the stories, they are inhabitants of the "Digital World", a manifestation of Earth's communication network. The stories tell of a group of mostly pre-teens, the "Chosen Children" (DigiDestined in the English version), who accompany special Digimon born to defend their world (and ours) from various evil forces. To help them surmount the most difficult obstacles found within both realms, the Digimon have the ability to evolve (Digivolve). In this process, the Digimon change appearance and become much stronger, often changing in personality as well. The group of children who come in contact with the Digital World changes from series to series.

As of 2010, there have been six series — Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, Digimon Tamers, Digimon Frontier, Digimon Savers and Digimon Xros Wars. The first two series take place in the same fictional universe, but the third, fourth, fifth and sixth each occupy their own unique world (in the case of Digimon Tamers, the Adventure universe is referred to as a television and commercial enterprise, as well as the appearance of one character hailing from the Adventure universe).

In addition, each series has spawned assorted feature films. Digimon still shows popularity, as new card series, video games, and movies are still being produced and released: new card series include Eternal Courage, Hybrid Warriors, Generations, and Operation X; the video game, Digimon Rumble Arena 2; and the previously unreleased movies Revenge of Diablomon, Runaway Locomon, Battle of Adventurers, and Island of Lost Digimon. In Japan, Digital Monster X-Evolution, the eighth TV movie, was recently released, and on December 23, 2005 at Jump Festa 2006, the fifth series, Digimon Savers was announced for Japan to begin airing after a three year hiatus of the show. A sixth television series, Digimon Xros Wars, began airing in 2010.

Hyuuga Hinata Manga Animation Series Art






Hyuuga Hinata is a fictional character from the anime and manga called Naruto by Masashi Kisimoto. Hinata is one of the descendants of the Hyuga clan. He has a brother named Hanabi Hyuuga, and father named Hiashi Hyuuga. Cousin named Neji Hyuuga. Hyuuga Neji Chunnin never fight in the exam takes place.

Hinata has the status souke the Hyuuga clan. He was a noble woman who has high self-esteem. Hinata only appears briefly, displayed her beautiful hair and its natural beauty increasingly mature with her curves are amazing. Beauty outside and inside the more prominent as the increased capacity and status as a Chuunin. He saw Naruto's back, when he was approached even fainting.

When Naruto fighting Pain in Konoha and is being pressed, Hinata come and help Naruto. At that time, forbade Naruto Hinata to help him, at this moment Hinata declare his love for Naruto. Not yet finished on the expression of surprise Naruto love Hinata stated to him, Hinata is attacked by Shinra Tensei Jutsu Pain with and affected by the sword stab hitamnya.Hinata has released all the remaining strength, until he was finally in a state of very sekarat.Naruto then very angry, which ultimately Naruto changing into six half-tailed demon fox.

It is known that very care naruto Hinata this time. Hinata helped her attitude is very different when she helped Sakura. Perhaps, because he already knows the feeling Kunoichi Hyuuga, he could not give priority to Sakura in her life. at 2 the next chapter started out feeling Hinata Sakura on Naruto, which makes it a little disappointed.

Corrector Yui Manga Anime Art Series








Corrector Yui is a magical girl anime series created by Kia Asamiya. The anime series was produced by Nippon Animation and Studio Pierrot. Broadcast on NHK from 1999 to 2000. It was licensed for North American release by Viz Media. This series has aired on Cartoon Network outside of the United States.

Two manga series were also released: a two volume series by Asamiya and published in Ciao from 1999 to 2000; and a nine volume two-part series by Keiko Okamoto which was published by NHK Publishing. The second manga series licensed in North America and translated into English by TOKYOPOP beginning in 2002. However, there are rumors that in 2009 Tokyopop may drop the rights to the English-language version of the manga.[citation needed] If that occurs, Viz Media may pick up the property.[citation needed]

This series follows a basic magical-girl progression, and falls into many of the magical girl tropes common in the late nineties.[citation needed] The series is innovative amongst magical girl series in that Yui's powers all derive from not just the technology she uses, but are incorporated entirely into her on-line avatar, with no real powers granted outside of the network.

Corrector Yui
Genre Science fiction, Comedy, Magical girl
Manga
Written by Kia Asamiya
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Ciao
Original run 1999 – 2000
Volumes 2
Manga
Written by Keiko Okamoto
Published by NHK Publishing
English publisher Canada United States Tokyopop
Original run 1999 – 2000
Volumes 9
TV anime
Directed by Yuji Mutoh
Studio Nippon Animation, Studio Pierrot
Licensed by Canada United States Viz Media
Network NHK
Original run 2 April 1999 – 6 October 2000
Episodes 52

Shaman King Manga Cartoon Animated Series







Shaman King was a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Takei. Shaman King follows the adventures of Yoh Asakura as he attempts to hone his shaman skills to become the Shaman King in the Shaman tournament.

Shaman King was serialized in the Japanese manga anthology Weekly Shōnen Jump between 1998 and 2004 and has been collected in thirty-two tankōbon volumes. Since its publication, Shaman King has spawned a substantial media franchise. The manga has been adapted into an animated television series produced by Xebec and co-produced by TV Tokyo. The series has also spawned numerous video games, a trading card game as well as many types of Shaman King-related merchandise. During the Jump Festa 2008, Shueisha announced a kanzenban reprint of the entire series. The series is called Shaman King Kanzen-Ban, or Perfect Edition.

4Kids Entertainment obtained foreign television and home video distribution rights to the Shaman King anime on May 15, 2003. Fox Box began airing Shaman King in the United States on August 30, 2003. Viz Media licensed the manga for English-language publication in the United States and Canada and has released thirty-one volumes as of November 2010 as well as published chapters of Shaman King in its Shonen Jump magazine since March 2003.

The new Shaman King Kang Zeng Bang volumes have been ranked in listings of top manga in Japan, as well as volumes of the series beening ranked in listings of top manga in the U.S. In 2008 it was twenty four on ICv2 Insider's Guide: Top 25 Manga Properties of 2008 based sales for the entire year of 2008.

Anime News Network criticized the first volume for relying too heavily on the spirits, stating "It's Takei's misguided focus on them that places the series on the wrong path in the first place." However as the series processed it gained more positive reviews as Mania.com gave a future volume a B rating. Manga Life praises the manga for its characters, commenting that "You have to care about the characters to want to keep following them through every fight. And so far, Shaman King has a great cast of characters to care about."

Anime News True Love Story Cartoon Romance






True Love Story is a series of four dating sims as distinct from the similar but unrelated title True Love. True Love Story and True Love Story 2 were released by ASCII for the PlayStation. True Love Story 3 and True Love Story: Summer Days. The True Love Story land are notable for their gekō, or walk-home system. When the player asks a girl to walk home with him from school, the game enters a special conversation mode. In this mode, in addition to the usual long-term, strategic "love meter", the girl you are conversing with has a short-term, tactical "heartthrob meter" representing her level of immediate interest in the conversation with you. Yuuta Morisaki moved into the city after his mother's death with his older sister; Ruri and attended the same highschool. In the school corridor, he bumped into a student in the name of Hina Kusunose who participates in the Tennis Club. From that moment onward, Yuuta remembered his childhood promise he made to the girl whom he used to play with when his mother was still alive.

Konichan Manga Animation Series







Koni (whose character is based on the famous Sumo-wrestler) and his gang have lots of crazy and incoherent adventures in their town. From fighting with their "Lovely-Teacher" and dealing with Samurai fish, to confirming if "The Armored-Guy's" wife has an affair and saving the world, Koni, High, Moro, Nari and Afro, the Afro-dog, do the craziest and funniest things to have fun.

Dotto! Koni-chan is a Japanese anime television series, which premiered in Japan on Animax between November 26, 2000 and May 29, 2001. It was animated by Shaft and produced by Animax and Genco. It had a wide fan base in Latin America, especially in México, Chile, Colombia and Argentina.

Carp Captor Sakura Manga Art Series






Cardcaptor Sakura, abbreviated as CCS and also known as Cardcaptors, is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by the manga artist group Clamp. The manga was originally serialized monthly in Nakayoshi from the May 1996 until the June 2000 issue, and later published in 12 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha from November 1996 to July 2000. The story focuses on Sakura Kinomoto, an elementary school student who discovers that she possesses magical powers after accidentally freeing a set of magical cards from the book in which they had been sealed for years. She is then tasked with retrieving those cards in order to avoid an unknown catastrophe from befalling the world.

The series was adapted into a 70-episode anime TV series by Madhouse that aired in Japan on NHK between April 1998 and March 2000. Two anime films were produced by Madhouse in August 1999 and July 2000. Ten video games were produced based on the series. Kodansha published art books, picture books and film comics for the manga and anime series. Tokyopop released the manga in English in North America from March 2000 to August 2003. After Tokyopop's license for Cardcaptor Sakura expired, Dark Horse Manga acquired the license and began releasing the series in omnibus editions starting in October 2010.

Cardcaptor Sakura began as a manga series written and illustrated by the manga artist group Clamp. It was serialized in the monthly shōjo (aimed at young girls) manga magazine Nakayoshi from the May 1996 to June 2000 issue. The individual chapters were collected and published in 12 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha from November 1996 to July 2000. Kodansha released the first six volumes in bilingual editions that included both Japanese and English from May 2000 to July 2001. The bilingual volumes were part of an experimental line for helping Japanese children learn English. Kodansha stopped releasing the bilingual editions after the series was licensed in English for distribution in North America by Tokyopop.

Tokyopop released the volumes of Cardcaptor Sakura from March 2000 to August 2003. Tokyopop initially released the first six volumes with the book "flipped" from the original Japanese orientation, in which the book is read from right-to-left, to the Western format with text oriented from left-to-right. These volumes were later re-released with the original orientation in two box sets, each containing three volumes. Volumes seven through twelve were released in the original orientation with the subtitle Master of the Clow. Madman Entertainment used Tokyopop's English translation to release the series in Australia and New Zealand. Dark Horse Manga is publishing an English edition of the series in four omnibus volumes containing three of the original volumes each. The first omnibus volume was released in October 2010. The manga series is licensed for additional regional language releases by Pika Édition in France, Star Comics in Italy, Egmont Manga & Anime in Germany, Editora JBC in Brazil, Ever Glory Publishing in Taiwan, Glènat España in Spain, Editorial Ivrea in Argentina, and Editorial Toukan in Mexico.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Another Sleepless Night With The Vampire Diaries



I owe this show a lot, it really makes me happy and it saves my mind when I watch it at nights. It deserves a post and besides Elena reminds me of myself a lot.
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