SDCC – Andy Runton & Owly animation
It’s really hard not to love Owly.
A few weeks ago, it was announced that this lovable character would make the leap to from the page to the 3D screen. An animated short debuted last weeked at San Diego Comic-Con and I had the pleasure to speak with Andy Runton about how the short came to be and where it may take Owly as a cartoon in the future.
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About Scott Robins
Scott Robins is a librarian at the Toronto Public Library and the co-author of A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics. He is the children's programming director for the annual Toronto Comic Arts Festival. He has also served on the graphic novel selection committee for the Canadian Children's Book Centre's Best Books for Kids and Teens and is a jury member of the Joe Shuster Awards in the "Comics for Kids" category.
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