Cartoon Brew has the text of Keane's resignation letter, which is typically optimistic and classy. If there's any animosity in the situation between him and the execs, he's not even hinting at it. He's always been something of a hero of mine; back when I was a kid, I wanted to be either a Muppeteer, an ILM artist, or a Disney animator. Keane and Andreas Deja were two of the people whose work I've been fascinated with ever since.
Good luck, Glen. I look forward to seeing what your next move is.
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