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4-Panel 146 – Captain Harlock’s Synth Pop Album

After a week off it’s time for the phoenix-like return of Andrew and Producer Rob as 4-Panel rides again! So, after a collective and half-hearted “Yeehaa” our the dastardly dashing dynamic duo dissect Kevin Feige’s news dump during the Ant-Man press tour before they find

Keyframe 120 – Fujoshi, And Proud!

In his ongoing quest to have everyone eat healthy, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has declared war on … cartoon characters? It actually makes more sense when you know the facts so moving swiftly on, Grr Martin’s 1980 children’s book The Ice Dragon is getting an

Keyframe 118 – A Psychedelic Night In

So aside from Producer Rob confusing his Sarahs (it should be Sarah Michelle Gellar and not Sarah Jessica Parker), Peter Rabbit gets a sequel, Netflix and Viz Media announce an original martial arts anime series set in Mexico, and Christiano Ronaldo gets animated. After that

4-Panel 141 – Dimension Jumping Lassie

Andrew and Producer Rob are back to talk about some narrative sequential art (you know, comics and stuff … and maybe the odd cave painting). Kicking things off this week is the news that Mysterio will be the main villain in the sequel to Spiderman:

Keyframe 116 – Giant Furry Space Hoppers

Guillermo Del Toro has signed a multi-film deal with Dreamworks Animation to create “family” movies – which basically means that anything that they churn out that has his name on it is definitely getting watched by us (even if it’s Boss Baby 73: Where Does

Keyframe 115 – Curing The Dubstep Flu

It’s the dynamic duo of Tucky and Producer Rob at the helm this week, but don’t worry as we’re absolutely sure we know that we’ve got the good ship Keyframe pointing in the right(ish) direction. Before we get into the serious stuff we discover that

Keyframe 113 – 24 Carrots And A Leaf

We had a few technical issues during this episode so we apologise for the audio quality. Girl Power makes a surprising return this week with the announcement that The Spice Girls are getting their very own animated superhero movie. There’s no point looking at us

4-Panel 135 – Banana-Flavoured Iron Fist

It’s often said that it’s not the destination that’s important but the journey itself, which is good news for us as we often wonder how can start with a simple bit of news and wind up somewhere … else. Aside from that it’s time for

The Awful Truth

It is almost inconceivable today that Academy voters would award an Oscar to the director of a light, farcical comedy. But in 1938, not only did Leo McCarey’s The Awful Truth get the trophy, it won at the expense of that year’s other McCarey effort,

Keyframe 112 – A Shakespearean Bromance

Spring time is upon us which means we’ve been let out to frolic in the fields! Before that though, there’s the serious business of animation to contend with, and nothing comes more serious than a census. Not the kind that measures population growth, density, divergency,