Arts and Entertainment From left to right, top row: Rapunzel, Flynn Rider, Mother Gothel, Tiana, Charlotte La Bouff, Esmeralda, Frollo, Quasimodo; second row: Giselle, Jane, Tarzan, Cinderella, Belle, Prince Adam, Gaston, Jafar; third row: Mulan, Alice, Jasmine, Aladdin, Aurora, Prince Philip, Maleficent, Cruella de Vil; fourth row: Meg, Hercules, Pocahontas, Snow White, The Evil Queen, Ariel, Prince Eric, Ursula

Computer-generated faces show cartoons as they might look if they came to life (click 'i' to find out who's who)

Joking apart: Shrigley's work divides critical opinion. Pictured 'Ostrich'.

Heads Up: David Shrigley: Brain Activity

Art? It ain't started till the ambitious banana sings

An image from Searle's time as a Japanese POW

Master of St Trinian's: The death of Ronald Searle

The cartoonist who parodied British life from scurrilous schoolgirls to curmudgeonly colonels, has died aged 91. John Walsh looks back at the man who defined the fine art of the satirical sketch

English cartoonist and illustrator Ronald Searle at his work desk in 1956

Ronald Searle: Illustrator and cartoonist who created the anarchic world of St Trinian's

It is tempting to make a casual connection between the horrors that Ronald Searle suffered as a prisoner of the Japanese during the Second World War and the black humour of his most famous cartoon creation, the gothic girls' school St Trinian's.

Arts review of 2011 - Film 2: A divorce drama set in a flat in Tehran – and other thrills and spills

No film this year gripped the attention as tightly as A Separation.

Sports Stars Media to announce AIM float

A sports cartoon business with exclusive rights to use the image of Portuguese football manager José Mourinho is set to announce its intention to float tomorrow.

Rupert and Ken Russell

My father Ken Russell, the 'domestic' director

Ken Russell, who died last month, enjoyed rebellion. His son Rupert Russell recalls giving him a taste of his own medicine

'Independent' cartoonist wins prestigious award

The Independent's Dave Brown has been named political cartoonist of the year by the Cartoon Art Trust.

Agnes Poirier: A disturbing development in secular, integrated France

The offices of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo are petrol-bombed the day the magazine releases its own ironic tribute to the Arab Spring with a special "sharia" issue. It is, of course, no coincidence. But the fact that such a violent act is taking place in secular France, which has the biggest Muslim and Jewish communities in the EU, is an unexpected and worrying development.

DVD: Rio, For retail & rental (20th Century Fox)

A nerdy macaw (voiced by Jesse Eisenberg) lives in comfortable captivity in Minnesota until a run-in with smugglers leaves him chained to a Brazilian bird (voiced by Anne Hathaway) on the streets of Rio de Janeiro.

The best (and worst) nicknames in football

The arrival of Sergio Aguero has not only brought excitement, energy and skill to the Premier League, it's also brought a new nickname.

Peppa Pig ups US assault with Fisher-Price deal

Peppa Pig, the cartoon that has taken Britain by storm, is hoping for a similar impact in the US after its owner, Entertainment One (E1), sealed a deal with Fisher-Price for a range of toys.

A Pulitzer's nothing... Ebert enters elite club at 'New Yorker'

As the United States' most famous and influential film critic, Roger Ebert is used to having people hanging on his every word. So it has been galling when, week after week, The New Yorker magazine has tossed out his entries in the caption competition it runs for one of its cherished cartoons. Until now.

Album: Teitur, Let the Dog Drive Home (Ear Music)

It comes hieroglyphed with simple line cartoons depicting a lank-eared dog enduring an assortment of scrapes, which is just about right for the music.

Tangled (PG)

Voices of: Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi
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