Cyborg Fyodor Dostoyevsky must save the pacified public in a music video from artist Konstntin Komardin.
Anime-master Hayao Miyazaki wanted to make a movie version of a 1979 Heavy Metal story by Richard Corben. It would have been quite different.
The stop-motion animated skeletons of Ray Harryhausen will always hold a place in our hearts — though it’s unlikely we’d ever see them again in a major fantasy or adventure movie. With the realism offered by CGI, stop-motion really only persists in comedy or kids’ programming — Robot Chicken, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Nick Park stuff. […]
Richard Corben and writer Jan Strnad teamed up on a 1972 story called "To Meet the Faces You Meet" -- and now Patton Oswalt is giving it a voice in a feature-length film.