Meta: The Return

Welcome to Animation Resources, the new online home for my animation and cartooning research library.

Ub Iwerks

Ub Iwerks self portrait (1931)

When the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive was closed, I was in the process of merging our old outdated Blogger site with our new WordPress one. Unfortunately, it was halted in midstream leaving a bunch of broken links. I am working on reconstructing the important resources here, and I’ll be adding a lot more material too. Please bear with me as I format the material for the new site. It may take awhile to catch up.

In the meantime, you could do me a favor by updating your links to us with the new domain, Make sure to tell all your friends as well.

I’ll have more exciting news soon. Be sure to sign up for our email list using the form in the left hand sidebar, and join our Facebook group so you won’t miss anything.

Thank you for your support
Stephen Worth
Animation Resources

9 Responses to “Meta: The Return”

  1. Corbett says:

    Good luck with this Herculean task!

  2. Auralynn says:

    Congratulations Steve. Only good things can come from the Animation Archive; you are America’s treasure! x

  3. Don Worth says:

    Congratulations on your new venture, Steve! I know it will be successful!

  4. Mike says:

    It’s great to see this project rising from the ashes. The breadth of material here will help some of us animators break out of our well-worn ruts. Godspeed, Mr. Worth.

  5. Paul Badilla says:

    you’re very kind to share with us all this great treasures of animation, comics, music, illustration, cinema and painting!

    I’m gonn a spread the words of ANIMATION RESOURCES!

    I hope those Milt Gross archives return!

  6. Brian O. says:


    Thank you very much for continuing what you’ve built up. I’m also pleased to see the Project Angels and Project Heroes still have a place in Animation Resources (not to mention all the other means to support this).

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