OK, so I've taken care of the bad Links/links pun (well, until I find a way to get more than just four Links on screen during a game of Super Smash Bros.). Without further ado, here are the links.
Studios, Networks & Other MediaCartoon Network-I think they still show cartoons here.
Boomerang-Cartoon Network's sister channel, which might still show cartoons from 1958-1983 (not coincidentally the age of Hanna-Barbera's assumed dominance).
Disney Online-This isn't Walt's company anymore; Disney owns a host of companies and networks, and it's not getting any smaller.
Warner Bros. Online-Another studio that owns far more than just a movie studio. Remember when Paramount was the only studio that was part of a conglomerate? (Didn't think so.)
Ruby-Spears Productions, Inc.-Once one of the four major animation studios (with Warner, Disney, and Filmation Associates), Ruby-Spears is now a very small presence in a world filled with dozens of independent studios. However, never underestimate the abilities of Joe Ruby and Ken Spears....
Voice Actors, Writers, & Animators
SteveGerber.com-The still-active (and, unfortunately, still-broken) website of the co-creator of Thundarr the Barbarian, and all-around corrupter of my youth. Includes a link to his blog, which charts his final days, and the tributes to his life and legacy (as collected by Mark Evanier).
ChristyMarx.com-Perhaps best known as the creator of Jem for Hasbro, Christy Marx has written features, cartoons, live action, video games, books....let's just say that she's been busy. ;) And she's one of the best at what she does, too. (And that's not even mentioning her strong commitment to her beliefs.)
Dan Gilvezan.com-The voice of Bumblebee on The Transformers, and the definitive voice actor for Spider-Man, Dan Gilvezan has one of the most recognizable voices in the industry, and he's got a pretty extensive resume to boot. (And his site's pretty slick, too.)
Dick Gautier-Somewhere in the middle of an impressive acting career (and after being a regular participant in the insanity on Match Game), Dick Gautier did a lot of voice work, making his biggest mark as Serpentor, the Cobra Emperor. His site has all the basics, but also has a nicely sarcastic wit to it.
Marv Wolfman.com-I'm not even going to dare to encapsulate the comic book career of Marv Wolfman. Simply put, the man is a god. Double that for his animation efforts, which include work on everything from Batman: The Animated Series to My Little Pony. His website is equally good, featuring reprints of his "What Th--?" column and the answer to how he would have brought back Barry Allen (the Silver Age Flash who died during Crisis on Infinite Earths).
DonaldFGlut.com-A spartan website that details the career of Donald F. Glut, who's written books, cartoons, comic books, and a host of other projects (including an interest in paleontology that has served him well over the years).
Michael Reaves' Website-Another site belonging to a great writer, filled with resume data and such. The real reason to visit (besides learning about the man most responsible for the success of Dungeons & Dragons and Gargoyles)? The script to the unproduced (but network approved) series finale of Dungeons & Dragons. (So much for the dreaded "Kids in Hell" rumor.)
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