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Serendipity The Pink Dragon with Lisa Naffziger:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Lisa Naffziger as they rediscover the long lost VHS amine, Serendipity The Pink Dragon. No idea what we're talking about? Watch it here! Or maybe you're familiar with the book written by Stephen Cosgrove and illustrated by Robin James. Either way, we'll have some fun. When you finish listening be sure to check out Lisa's comics and cute monster art.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira MarcksBonus episodes at: patreon.com/cartoon_feelingsShare you feelings at: [email protected]
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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(Preview) Spooky Stories for Kids:
A preview of a recording of our first live virtual event hosted by the Northshire Bookstore in Saratoga Springs. Caitlin and Ira talk about Ira's new graphic novel, Spirit Week and some of their favorite spooky stories for kids.  Support indie booksellers! Find this and more bonus episodes at: patreon.com/cartoon_feelingsHosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira [email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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The Art of Rotoscoping with Tommy Pallotta:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Tommy Pallotta as they discuss the evolution of rotoscoping in modern filmmaking. As an award winning producer and director of animation, Tommy's influence on the art form is instantly recognizable thanks to his work on Richard Linklater's Waking Life, A Scanner Darkly, Apollo 10 1/2, as well as the Amazon Prime series Undone. We talk about his career and the role of rotoscoping in the world of animation. If you'd like some visual reference to our discussion, below are links to the more obscure projects we discuss:    • History of Rotoscope (good intro to the history and influence)    • Roadhead 1998 (14 Min)    • Snack and Drink 1999 (4 min)    • Trailer WAKING LIFE  2001 (2 min)    • Music Video ZERO 7- Destiny 2002 (4 Mins)    • Trailer- A Scanner Darkly 2006 (2 min)    • Undone Sizzle  (4 min)    • Apollo BTS (4 min)    • Apollo animation (6 min)~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira MarcksBonus episodes at: patreon.com/cartoon_feelingsShare you fee
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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Robin Hood with Diana Hurlburt:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Diana Hurlburt as they whistle their way though Disney's 1973 adaptation of the ballad of Robin Hood. Is it a bright spot in the so-called 'Dark Age' of Disney or simply ground zero for Furry fandom? Or both?! When you finish listening be sure to check out Diana's weird and romantic fiction.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira MarcksBonus episodes at: patreon.com/[email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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(Preview) Disney's The Haunted Mansion:
When you hear the knell of a requiem bell, Weird glows gleam where spirits dwell. Restless bones etherealize, rise as spooks of every size! More bonus episodes at: patreon.com/cartoon_feelingsHosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira [email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit with Chris Hastings:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Chris Hastings as they start asking questions about Robert Zemeckis' 1988 live-action/animation comedy detective film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Best described by the animation team as a supposedly fun thing they would never do again. When you finish listening be sure to check out Chris' podcast and comics.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira [email protected] (Twitter)@feelingcartoons (Instagram)cartoonfeelings.com (Episode Archive)[email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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Out of the Inkwell with Reid Mitenbuler:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Reid Mitenbuler as they go one frame at a time through Max Fleischer's silent era series, Out of the Inkwell. When you finish listening be sure to check out Reid's book about the Golden Age of animation, Wild Minds.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira [email protected] (Twitter)@feelingcartoons (Instagram)cartoonfeelings.com (Episode Archive)[email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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Masters of the Universe with SLACKCiRCUS:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest SLACKCiRCUS (Jay Allen) as they journey to Eternia with the 1980s Filmation cartoon series, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. Yes, this is the HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA guy. When you're finished listening be sure to check out Jay's Fabulous Secret Shorts and his other videos.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira [email protected] (Twitter)@feelingcartoons (Instagram)cartoonfeelings.com (Episode Archive)[email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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What's Opera, Doc? with Eric Colossal:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Eric Colossal as they reserve box seats to Chuck Jones' 1957 Merrie Melodies short film, What's Opera, Doc? It's a night of Norse Myth and Rabbit Murder with our old pals, Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. When you're finished listening be sure to check out Eric Colossal's comic, Rutabaga and game, Knockout City.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira [email protected] (Twitter)@feelingcartoons (Instagram)cartoonfeelings.com (Episode Archive)[email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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My Neighbor Totoro with Mark Crilley:
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Mark Crilley for a wild ride across the Japanese countryside with Hayao Miyazaki's 1988 feature film, My Neighbor Totoro. This cartoon leaves a trail of childlike wonder behind it like a Totoro leaves acorns. But also maybe it features a tree that is a reverse nuclear bomb. When you finish listening be sure to check out Mark Crilley's books and YouTube tutorials.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira [email protected] (Twitter)@feelingcartoons (Instagram)cartoonfeelings.com (Episode Archive)[email protected] (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
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A podcast about cartoons and the feelings we have about them. Hosted by animator/illustrator Caitlin Cadieux and comic artist Ira Marcks. Caitlin Cadieux is an animator, designer, and illustrator with extensive experience in editorial. She spent four years animating for The Atlantic, and is currently a motion designer for Vox Media’s Netflix show, Explained. But of course, her first love is feature animation! Ira Marcks writes and draws comics. His new book Shark Summer is about scary movies, making friends, and murder cults. It's on the Junior Library Guild list so your kids will probably read it.

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