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This Fan-Made Archer & Bob’s Burgers Crossover Should Be Canon

Now we get a chance to see it the other way around, with the Archer team drawn in Bob's Burgers-style getting serenaded by Linda and other great shenanigans.

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Interview: Sébastien Laudenbach Improvised the Entirely of The Girl Without Hands and Created an Animated Masterpiece

"This is very important for me. I think that it was the first time I read a fairytale which tells such a kind of story; a fairytale where being a princess is not the end, a tale which shows that it is better to be a woman than a princess!"

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Review: Girl Without Hands Is a Beautifully Animated Fairy Tale That Doesn’t Shy Away From Its Dark Grimm Inspiration

5 out of 5 stars

As we continue to see animation progress and become more and more realistic, the French animated film The Girl Without Hands or La Jeune Fille sans mains is a reminder that the medium can be just as compelling with simple and evocative strokes.

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Things We Saw Today: New Rick and Morty Promo Is Some Multi-media Weirdness

Adult Swim favorite Rick and Morty is coming back at the end of the month, so check out this new promo titled "Exquisite Corpse” which is a surreal montage of scenes in different animation styles. In the style of exquisite corpse, each animator was only given the end of the previous segment, making for some outrageous and trippy scenes.

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Star Wars: Forces of Destiny Series Begins, Proving Rey Used the Force Well Before Meeting Kylo Ren

We've been really excited about the arrival of the Disney animated digital series, Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, in which we'll delve deeper into the stories of the women of the Star Wars universe. The series launched today, and begins with Rey, BB-8...and a Nightwatcher worm. Check it out after the jump!

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New Animated Series Explores “Untold Stories” of Star Wars Heroines

The series puts a spotlight on Rey, Ahsoka Tano, Jyn Erso, Sabine Wren, Princess Leia, Padmè Amidala, and more, and promises to "explore the untold stories" that helped shape their destinies.

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This Teenaged Kiki’s Delivery Service Unleashed a Flood of Emotions Within Me

While Hayao Mizayaki's classic Kiki's Delivery Service left little to be desired, the characters are so beloved that this non-Studio Ghibli ad from Cup Noodle about a teenaged Kiki and Tombo unlocked a flood of emotion within me, and no you're crying over a Cup Noodle ad.

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An Animated Lesson on the Genius of Marie Skłodowska Curie

In a new TED-Ed animated lesson, Shohini Ghose takes us through Marie Skłodowska Curie’s great achievements and the impact of her revolutionary discoveries.

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DC Super Hero Girls Gets New Cartoon Network Series From My Little Pony’s Lauren Faust!

We're big fans of DC Super Hero Girls around here. They've been delivering fun, inspiring, and age-appropriate takes on DC's female heroes for their younger fans (as well as adults who value fun, inspiring takes on superheroes) not only through adorable web episodes and straight-to-video films, but through comics, books, and other merchandise. Now, they're making the jump into a full-fledged animated series!

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The Breadwinner Trailer Follows the Extraordinary Journey of a Young Girl In 2001 Afghanistan

The film comes from Nora Twomey who co-directed The Secret of Kells and Cartoon Saloon, a studio that boasts breathtaking hand-drawn animation.

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Donald Glover Producing Another Mutant-Related Show For FX—An Animated Deadpool Series

It seems that FX really loves mutants. And Donald Glover. So, it was only a matter of time before the network brought those two things together for an epic exercise in appealing to the geek masses. Donald Glover, who is currently showrunning and starring in FX's Atlanta, is now taking on writing/Executive Producing duties on an upcoming animated Deadpool series.

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Things We Saw Today: Riverdale Has Already Been Renewed for a Second Season

If you've been following our recaps here at The Mary Sue, you know that we're big fans of the CW's Riverdale.

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First Trailer for Disney XD’s DuckTales Is Exactly as Awesome as You’d Hope

"You're finally gonna sell us." - Louie

I was already filled with unreasonable amounts of glee when Disney XD released this video of the stars of their DuckTales reboot singing the iconic theme song, but I was not prepared for the joy brought about by the first trailer for the new show, which premieres this summer. Check it out above!

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How My Life as a Zucchini Recreated Its Script With Its Child Actors

If you want it in French, this featurette will make you appreciate the young voice actors and the care the team took to make sure the voices felt genuine and real.

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Guardians Of the Galaxy Set to Team Up With The Avengers For the First Time on Disney XD

We know that the Guardians of the Galaxy are set to appear in Avengers: Infinity War, but if you can't wait that long to see your two favorite superhero teams in action together, they'll be joining forces first on Disney XD.

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Hayao Miyazaki Not Retired After All, Which Is Great News For Studio Ghibli Fans Everywhere

He just can't stay away from animation, and we're all grateful. It turns out that legendary anime director, Hayao Miyazaki, isn't retired after all. In fact, he's currently at work on a new feature-length animated film.

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Review: They Don’t Call It Justice League DARK For Nothing

Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment's latest animated feature, Justice League Dark, is out on Digital HD, Blu-ray, and DVD today, and if you're interested in the supernatural side of the DC universe, or want to fall in love with Zatanna if you haven't already, this is definitely one you'll want to pick up.

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Jennifer Yuh Nelson Made Animation History and Pushed Authenticity in Kung Fu Panda

In a new series at The Mary Sue, we're highlighting the work of women in animation. For our first installment, we're looking at the career of Jennifer Yuh Nelson.

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New Steven Universe Provides a Shining, Rose-Colored Light In the Darkness

Sure, there's a lot of hot garbage going on these days, but let's not forget the good in the world. Case in point: Steven Universe, about as true a bastion of good as exists right now. We've had to do without Steven and the Crystal Gems for what feels like a too-long hiatus, but now Steven's back to make 2017 a little brighter. Check out the clip from "Steven's Dream" above!

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Exclusive: Nick Offerman Voices a Sympathetic Policeman With a Mustache in New My Life as a Zucchini Clip

Offerman has even joked about being cast as the voice for Raymond, the kind and mustached policeman who takes care of the young, abruptly orphaned boy Zucchini.

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