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Harry Burton’s cartoon in today’s Times Ireland edition.

In fairness.

Via Harry Burton

Previously:  Where’s Me Jumper?

Loving Both

Continuing the recent spate of Toto ‘Africa’ covers, voice artist Brock Baker weighs in with the 1982 classic performed as 29 cartoon characters.

Previously: The Horns Of Africa

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Fantasy Ireland.

Trevor at Dublin-based Igloo Animations, writes:

Fantasy Ireland is an outrageous post-watershed animated comedy series set in a fantastical version of contemporary Ireland (mixed with a dollop of Irish mythology).

We follow three flatmates living in Rathmines [Dublin 6] who are flung together to form The Shamz – the new unwitting saviours of Ireland sent to save us from ourselves and more importantly a greedy priest hell-bent on setting us back fifty years!

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Save Poolbeg.

Damian Hanley writes:

Before people question the courage of one deputy hiding behind a pillar, we must ask how many politicians in the US have hidden from people with guns before today?

SHOOT! Fight!

(Cartoon by Aidan Dowling)

(H/T: Ciaran Le Cool)

A 1998 ‘proof of concept’ short featuring a real life duck who transforms into a cartoon superhero, directed by Uli Meyer (who, it will come as no surprise to learn, also worked on Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and Space Jam).

Meyer describes the film, scanned from a recently discovered 35mm negative, as ‘too long’.

That being said, you can still appreciate what could have been, but never was.

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Gary Jones writes:

With thoughts on Damo and Ivor The Movie and how poverty porn has become the new acceptable blackface…

FIGHT!

Previously: Gary Jones on Broadsheet