The Book of Mojo is a webcomic whose creators hope will become an animated series or feature. The main character, Creepy, is an African-American girl with magic powers; and her unlikely partner, Mojo, is a 7-foot tall man of stone with no memory.
This is like Big Hero 6 in a fun-house mirror: "Creepy wants to learn the deepest secrets of magic to reunite with her father, and Mojo has an unknown, dark origin that threatens both of them."
The project is currently seeking funding on Indiegogo. The animation is gorgeous, the team comes from all the major studios, and the creators have a clear emotional attachment to the material. Plus it's cool.
It’s “happy happy joy joy” for fans of The Ren & Stimpy Show. Twenty-five years after ending its run, the popular adult animation is returning to TV. New episodes of the show are headed to Comedy Central. Consequence of Sound: The ViacomCBS-owned network is hiring a new creative team for a “reimagined take” on the […]
YouTube comment: “I feel like it’s Sesame’s Street’s goal to have all of their shorts pop up into people’s minds when they get older and ask themselves “Did I actually see that, or was it a dream?'” [via r/ObscureMedia]
Three months ago Kevin Kelly gifted me with a 3-month subscription to The Browser daily newsletter. I got hooked and paid for a subscription as soon as my gift sub ran out. From today’s newsletter, I learned about” Transfiguration,” a 6-minute animation of a walking figure that slowly changes into different kinds of matter (plastic, […]
The aluminum can is a great invention. And for 60 years, it and its crafty little addition, the pull tab, have made transporting and drinking all of our favorite beers, soft drinks and other beverages about 1,000 percent easier. Of course, evolution continues — and even an innovation as awesome as the aluminum can is […]
It’s tempting for many young professionals to assume that because they’ve spent most of their lives posting links to Facebook or pushing selfies to Instagram that they have the skills needed to be a digital marketer. Creating compelling content is certainly important, but if you’re not up to speed on search engine optimization (SEO), how […]
With everybody working from home now, it’s natural to start thinking about careers where not going into the office is more the norm than the exception. Better yet, many are looking to start careers as freelancers, professionals who build their livelihoods around the scope of their talent and not the fortunes of one all-encompassing employer. […]