South Park nominations Emmy 2016

Again South Park is nominated for an Emmy Award and this year competes in two categories.

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In the category Best Animated episode with “19×04 – You’re Not Yelping” competes against Archer, Bob’s Burgers, Phineas and Ferb Last Day of Summer and The Simpsons.

And for the first time for Best Dubbing and already with two nominations, South Park comes with Trey Parker in “19×01 – Stunning and Brave” with PC Main characters and Cartman and Matt Stone in “19×06 – Tweek x Craig” with the characters Tweek, Craig, and Craig’s father.

Competitors in this category are Seth MacFarlane – Family Guy, Keegan-Michael Key – SuperMansion and Chris Pine – SuperMansion.

The ceremony will take place on September 18, presented by Jimmy Kimmel. Lucky for them!


During the conference Ubisoft at E3 2016, the creators of South Park took the stage to present the first gameplay of South Park: The Whole Fratured But, according to game RPG inspired by the animated series of adult humor.

South Park: The Whole Fratured But you assume the role of a make-believe superhero that will help boys Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman to save the world from a threat. The game’s combat system has evolved considerably since The Stick of Truth, and now you can move the scene during combat.

Besides the gameplay, it was also revealed a new trailer of the game, showing the dramas and motivations of our heroes:

Cartman is determined to convert The Coon and his friends in the largest franchise super heroes of all time.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole will be released on December 6 for PC, Xbox One ePlayStation 4. Who makes the game pre-purchase will receive a free copy of Stick of Truth.

The Delicate Art of Karina Cocq, illustrator Pablo Neruda Foundation


Themes like love, motherhood and childhood are illustrated world of delicate and playful way, are unique pieces that convey warmth and sweetness, rewarding family atmosphere.

m3Karina Cocq was born in Chile. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts, with a Special Mention in Plastic Arts in the University of Chile. She also specialized in children’s illustration in EINA, Barcelona. Since 2010 she has illustrated for different institutions such as the Explora CONICYT Program (Chile), Museum of Memory and Human Rights (Chile) and Pablo Neruda Foundation (Chile), among others.

She recently illustrated “TAMIKA” a children’s book published by Lom Ediciones and “Juanita Carey” an illustrated album published by Cocorocoq Editions. In 2013 she had her first solo exhibition at Gallery Loba (Valparaiso) and in 2014 she shared the “Dark Skin” exhibition with Cecilia Toro at Plop Gallery (Chile).

pachamama_2Karina’s work was selected for the First Catalog of Chilean Contemporary Illustration published by Eight Books and Gallery Plop in 2013 and she participated in the 4th and 6th Catalog of Ibero-American Illustration -“Latin America Illustrates”-, exhibited at the Book Fair of Guadalajara. Since 2014 she teaches Illustration at the Arcos Professional Institute and she directs Watercolor and Illustration Workshops at “Casa Plop!” and Balmaceda.


Karina loves using watercolors, ink and graphite pencil in a very versatile manner. Her art creates images full of symbolism with a great influence of magical realism. To see more of Karina’s wonderful work, go to: