2002 in animation
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Events in 2002 in animation.
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- Academy Award for Best Animated Feature: Spirited Away
- Animation Kobe Feature Film Award: The Cat Returns
- Annecy International Animated Film Festival Cristal du long métrage: My Beautiful Girl, Mari
- Annie Award for Best Animated Feature: Spirited Away
- Goya Award for Best Animated Film: Dragon Hill, la colina del dragón
- Japan Media Arts Festival Animation Award: Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Battle of the Warring States
- Mainichi Film Awards - Animation Grand Award: Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Battle of the Warring States
Main article: List of animated feature films: 2002
Television series debuts
Main article: List of animated television series from 2000s § 2002
- March 22 - ChalkZone premieres on Nickelodeon (2002–2008).
- June 7 - Kim Possible premieres on Disney Channel (2002–2007).
- July 12 - Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones? premieres on Cartoon Network (2002–2003).
- July 20 - The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius premieres on Nickelodeon (2002–2006).
- August 17 - ¡Mucha Lucha! premieres on Kids' WB (2002–2005).
- September 7 - Baby Looney Tunes premieres on Kids' WB (2002–2005).
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- November 7-Clone High U.S.A. premieres on MTV (2002-2003)
- December 6 - Codename: Kids Next Door premieres on Cartoon Network (2002–2008).
Television series endings
- April 7 - Sheep in the Big City on Cartoon Network (2001–2002).
- August 11 - Mission Hill on Adult Swim (1999–2002).
- October 18 - Grim & Evil on Cartoon Network (2001–2002).
- November 10 - The Oblongs on Adult Swim (2001–2002).
- November 22 - Courage the Cowardly Dog on Cartoon Network (1999–2002).
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- これまでの記録（第1回～10回）. Anime Kobe (in Japanese). Retrieved 2012-03-27.