When You’re the Monster, You’re Always the Animal

Posted March 05, 2019 07:53:11When you’re the monster, you’re always the animal.

The new animated feature about a small, but incredibly influential, group of cartoon animals, known as the “Garden of Cats,” is a bold new look at one of the most enduringly popular cartoon franchises.

Created by the legendary cartoonist Warren Ellis, the film tells the story of four children who travel to a fictional town called Garden of Cats to rescue a group of cats.

The film is set to be released in North America on March 25, 2020.

Ellis is credited with bringing the world of the “Feline Detective Agency” to life with the 1980s TV series, as well as other television series, films and books, such as the 1991 animated series “Fairy Tales From the Cats,” which starred Peter Griffin.

Ellis’ Cats have been an integral part of pop culture since their creation, as a key element of the Disney empire.

Ellison’s other animated series, “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” is still being adapted into movies, and the Cats’ current animated series is set for a 2018 release.

The Cats are also set to make a cameo in the upcoming “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice,” the upcoming Marvel film “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” and the upcoming DC film “Suicide Squad.”

The Cats were the first animated characters to be developed by Ellis, who died in 2006.

The cartoon franchise is owned by Disney, and Ellis’ children, Warren and Diane, run the company’s Animal Crossing and Animal Crossing: New Leaf properties.

The new animated film, titled “Gardener of Cats: The Musical,” is directed by Andrew Leggett and written by Leggitt.

It is a live-action film, with no CG or live-video elements.

The cast includes “Catnip” star Melissa Rauch as the Cats, and will include musical performers and dancers.

“I am so thrilled that we have a film that I am really excited about,” Ellis said in a statement.

“It has been a lifetime dream to do this, and I am thrilled to finally get the chance to make it happen.

This is the best opportunity to really make this story a reality.

This film is about our community, and we will be making this documentary as we go along, and hopefully one day it will be on television.”

Ellis, who also wrote “Fantasy Island,” “Cats,” “Fancy Pants” and “Fuzzy the Cat,” died in August 2018.

He was 90.

The Cats have remained an important part of the family’s creative process.

The group, known for its eclectic and irreverent tastes, has grown into a global phenomenon.

In the 1990s, they began making live-animation series, such for the Disney Channel and Nickelodeon.

The animated series evolved into a live theatrical release, with the most recent series premiering in 2018.