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Robin Williams, friend to and lover of Animation, left us this week

 

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Robin Williams, long-time friend to and lover of animation and a comedic and dramatic role model for many left us this week. We talk about what impact his life and career had on us and the field of animation as a whole. Other stories we cover in this episode are a survey which shows that YouTube stars are more popular than mainstream celebs among US teens, Golden Globes changing the animation rules, and what’s going on with the Legend of Korra.

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“Back to Neverland” feature with Robin Williams

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