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April 15th, 2015

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recaito:

I quit

Quick. Somebody call Crocker.

Cosmo and Wanda? Where?

recaito:

The Fairly Odd-Blog

April 15th, 2015

recaito:

I quit

Quick. Somebody call Crocker.

Take a moment from your busy day to revel in MidnightFrog’s new...

Channel Frederator

April 13th, 2015

Take a moment from your busy day to revel in MidnightFrog’s new animation! I mean, we all know the internet exists for cat videos.

Use it to the fullest!

If you’re a fan of all things plush and psychotic, you...

Channel Frederator

April 13th, 2015

If you’re a fan of all things plush and psychotic, you have to check out the crazy cool Skitzo the 1920s Killer Bear Plush Toy Project Kickstarter!

Artist/Animator Crystal is bringing her cartoon creation to life with your help. There are some really awesome rewards, like bloody buttons, plush bears with glowing eyes, t-shirts, and even mugs!

Go check it out!

OK, we’re incredibly excited for Butch Hartman that The Fairly OddParents...

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April 11th, 2015

OK, we’re incredibly excited for Butch Hartman that The Fairly OddParents is nominated for the 2015 Daytime Emmy Awards as Outstanding Children’s Animated Program (the winners will be announced April 26). And we’re equally thrilled there are going to be brand new episodes in 2015. 

But how wild is it that the first short debuted as part of Frederator’s cartoon incubator series Oh Yeah! Cartoons in September 1998 –17 years ago!– and the first full episode was in March 2001. What an amazing run! One of the best in the history of cartoons. Go Butch! 

…..

From the postcard back:

Congratulations! You are one of 300 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard!

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Frederator loves you!
Model sheet for “Bad Heir Day”
The Fairly OddParents
July 6, 2009

Created by Butch Hartman
Executive Producers: Butch Hartman & Fred Seibert

Series 22.10 [mailed out April 10, 2015]

(Via https://www.flickr.com/photos/84568447@N00/16335766233/in/album-72157633691228672/lightbox)

You never know who you’ll run into at Camp Bad Guy!...

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April 10th, 2015

You never know who you’ll run into at Camp Bad Guy!  With activities like junior life-taking and making your own brass knuckles, it’s no wonder Dave, Xibalba, Yokai, and Archibald Snatcher fit right in.

Meet future world-class villains and help Jim Goode save the day at Camp Bad Guy - get your copy today!

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April 9th, 2015

printapalooza:

“She Remembers” by Nicolette Ray

This artwork is part of the Print a Palooza, a Cartoon Network-themed art print fundraiser. 100% of the proceeds will go to Angels on Stage, a nonprofit organization that helps children with special needs develop independence and life skills through performing arts.

» See more & buy this online ONLY during April 3-24, 2015.
Like this? Please help us spread the word and reblog!

Nicolette’s art is only one of many Cartoon Network-themed prints you can buy (for just $7.99!) to help out Angels on Stage thanks to Print a Palooza.

(You can also help just by reblogging.)

(Via http://printapalooza.storenvy.com)

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April 9th, 2015

joeyahlbum:

Watch Lucy the Dinosaur and friends on Fredbot!

Ahh spring - what’s not to love?

Celebrate the change of seasons with Lucy - pick up a Lucy the Dinosaur ebook today!

frederator-studios:

The Fairly Odd-Blog

April 9th, 2015

frederator-studios:

We’re a little late in mentioning two Frederator show anniversaries: Butch Hartman’s The Fairly OddParents (2001) and Bill Burnett and Larry Huber’s ChalkZone (2002). Both series sprang from our Oh Yeah! Cartoons anthology show for Nickelodeon. Happy belated anniversaries, Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda, Rudy, Penny, and Snap.

Images from Jerry Beck’s 2007 history of Nick animation, Not Just Cartoons: Nicktoons!

The Fairly OddParents is older than Timmy! (And some of the show’s artists today were mere kids when FOP premiered back in 2001.)

We’re a little late in mentioning two Frederator show anniversaries: Butch...

The Frederator Studios Tumblr

April 9th, 2015

We’re a little late in mentioning two Frederator show anniversaries: Butch Hartman’s The Fairly OddParents (2001) and Bill Burnett and Larry Huber’s ChalkZone (2002). Both series sprang from our Oh Yeah! Cartoons anthology show for Nickelodeon. Happy belated anniversaries, Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda, Rudy, Penny, and Snap.

Images from Jerry Beck’s 2007 history of Nick animation, Not Just Cartoons: Nicktoons!

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