Monday, October 15, 2012

Again the new Tom & Jerry show going to telecast in cartoon network

The most awaited cartoon Tom and Jerry is coming soon on cartoon network. This show consists of 11 minutes time again Tom will chase Jerry with some revenge Tom have the strength to catch the Jerry and Jerry have the capacity to escape from Tom. This time the show will be nonstop laughing because of both Tom and Jerry it may be a fantastic show for this year the chasing should be only in the mad scientist’s lab.

Now the Tom and Jerry cartoon show comes by theatrical short high definition and high quality sound and video with new high definition lenses and the chase of both Tom and Jerry never going to end. In this show the powerful mouse and naughty mouse both are vital character in this show the chasing is endless and it makes us laughing till the show completes.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Impact of Trade show displays in Trade Show

From the above cartoon, you can see the difference between the trade show booths. A booth which utilized proper trade show displays like banner stands, etc has more visitors and a booth without much displays failed to get more visitors. Want to get more visitors to your trade show booth and business.

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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Wilco's "Dawned On Me" Music Video gets initial New Hand-Drawn "Popeye"

Syndicate to produce the first new animated "Popeye" cartoon since 1987 as a music video for the song "Dawned On Me":

Wilco’s sweet, whimsical love song comes from their latest album, the 2012 Grammy-nominated, The Whole Love. The video is directed by Darren Romanelli, the fashion and pop culture innovator.

As one of the earliest animated characters, introduced in 1933 by Fleischer Studios, Popeye has become one of the most enduring and iconic cartoon characters of all time and is forever entwined in the evolution of animation. The music video marks the first new Popeye cartoon since “Popeye’s Voyage: The Quest for Pappy,” the 3-D CGI primetime TV special and deluxe DVD release produced by King Features Syndicate for Popeye’s 75th Anniversary in 2004. In what has become a primarily digital world, this new video marks the first hand-drawn, frame-by-frame rendering for Popeye cell animation since the Popeye and Son series from 1987.

This certainly isn’t Popeye’s first foray into love territory: the Sailor Man first met his “goil,” Olive Oyl, in Elzie Crisler Segar’s popular Thimble Theatre comic strip in the 1930s and their legendary love only grew and captivated the imagination of fans all over the world. The couple even made People Magazine’s list of the Greatest Love Stories of the 20th Century.