Without further ado...
* - First of all, Flying Trilobite has a new website!
* - Ethan Kocak of "The Black Mudpuppy" has been drawing an outstanding "Tetrapod Zoology" comic.
* - Meredith Woerner of io9 pretty much confirmed my worst fears about "Maleficent".
* - Try not to cry during this Blank on Blank animation of one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's last interviews.
* - Between the latest entry in the Laser Age series and the Movie of the Week features about "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", the Dissolve has been knocking it out of the park.
* - The bizarre psychology of false beliefs.
* - Tough Pigs is working their way through "The Jim Henson Hour" in it's entirety and reviewing every episode.
* - Michael Crawford of Progress City did a nice overview of the history of the Disney Afternoon.
* - We know a few more plot details for "Jurassic Park 4ever After" and... they're *a little* reassuring. A *little*.
* - Passport to Dreams' "The Age of Not Believing" explores a very odd period in the history of (mostly live-action) Disney feature films.
* - Why scary stories are good for kids, via Muddy Colors.
* - The new podcast KnightRaptor is quite good.
* - It's no news that Cartoon Network has a weird (to put it kindly) attitude towards toys, but man, they screwed up big by not producing this astounding thing.
* - And finally, here's a circa 1988 promotional video of Sullivan/Bluth studios in Ireland. It's fascinating, yet sad in a way that's hard to put into words.
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