Chicago Premiere of “Captain Cornelius’ Cartoon Lagoon at C2E2

RE-CAPTURE SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS THIS WEEKEND AT THE CHICAGO COMIC & ENTERTAINMENT EXPO WITH CHICAGO PREMIERE OF “CAPTAIN CORNELIUS’ CARTOON LAGOON” Created by animation veterans from Nickelodeon, Disney, MTV Animation, WB Animation and The Jim Henson Company   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9GL646XfWo&feature=plcp “It’s like Mystery Science Theater 3000 for the kiddie set- more so for adult-sized kids- with this fun and hilarious show that makes fun of oldies but goodies, from Casper the Friendly Ghost to Popeye, Woody Woodpecker, Superman, Gumby and more.” Entertainment Tonight (online) CHICAGO,IL– (April 25, 2013) Cartoon Lagoon Studios announce the premiere Chicago screening of their Award-winning TV show,

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From the Lost ASM Archives: A Little Q&A With Joe Ruby, Part 2

This interview was given to ASM in 2005, but for reasons unknown it was never published.  Greg Sepelak asked if he could publish the Mega Man portions on his Tumblr blog. We are publishing this portion on ASM now to keep both parts together, but we still recommend that you check out Greg’s Tumblr site often. You can read Part 1 of our interview here. This interview was conducted by Matthew Karpowich and Greg Sepelak in February 2005. Mega Man ASM: When did the cartoon series first begin early production? Joe Ruby: 1994 ASM: Capcom had said that the series was

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From the Lost ASM Archives: A Little Q&A With Joe Ruby

This interview was given to ASM in 2005, but for reasons unknown it was never published.  Greg Sepelak asked if he could publish the Mega Man portions on his Tumblr blog, and that gave me the impetus to put the rest of this interview online.  Sit back, then, and enjoy this “new to you” lost article, an interview with Joe Ruby from Ruby Spears productions.  This interview was conducted by Matthew Karpowich and Greg Sepelak in February 2005. General Topics ASM: Did you ever imagine you’d be working on TV animation productions, or that you’d be in this line of

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