Here are some extracts from Apatoons contributions over the years (much more to come):
By Mark Mayerson
Animators and their Scenes: Identifying and analyzing the work of some great animators from the golden age.
Personality vs. Character: Lots of films have the latter; the former is more rare.
How Golden Was the Golden Age? Were the old days were golden for artists as well as audiences?
Jim Tyer: The Animator Who Broke the Rules: A look at one of the most distinctive animators in the history of the medium.
Directors: Ranking the great and not-so-great cartoon directors, from Chuck Jones (great) to Paul Smith (not so great)
Inside-out and Outside-in: Two ways to make animated films.
By Harry McCracken
Those Wonderful, Memorable, Never-to-be Forgotten Animation Restaurants of Yesteryear: A nostalgic, somewhat suspicious look at classic cartoon eating places of the past.
By Bob Miller
Pee-Wee's Playhouse: the Special Edition: An imaginary, inventive Pee-Wee script from way back in 1986.