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Cartoon Dump Gets A Holla From Wired

Wired.com continues to show love to the Brains’ projects, this time giving a little publicity to Frank Conniff’s Cartoon Dump project. There’s really not much to the article, but I’m sure it’ll help generate a bunch more hits, and a few more fans, for Frank’s series, which is still going strong despite his involvement with Cinematic Titanic. But you probably didn’t know that.

I have to apologize for not covering Cartoon Dump as much, in recent months. Admittedly, it’s taken a backseat to Cinematic Titanic, and not just on this blog. The sixth and most recent episode was posted to Cartoon Brew Films in October. (The fifth episode is embedded above. If Erica Doering’s manic intro doesn’t kill you, you’re no son of mine.) They continue to perform live shows on every fourth Tuesday (at least), so keep an eye out.


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