Lately, Marvel’s been pushing the Inhumans pretty hard. I’ve discussed the corporate reasons why in a previous post. Still, a number of fans don’t seem too thrilled
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “Hot Wheels,” the first TV cartoon directly based on a pre-existing toy line, namely the popular toy cars. “Hot Wheels”
Time for another look at a package show. This time, it’s a spinoff based on the “Happy Days” franchise at large: “The Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/
A look at this early 80s Scooby-Doo spin-off.
I haven’t written about one of these in awhile, but in the interest of documenting trivia the odd phenomenon of the package program craze of the 70s/80s, here I go.
ABC’s announced its new fall lineup of shows, and among the newcomers are a revival of “The Muppets.” This time, it’s about their supposed private lives “
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is the Saturday morning series “Fillmore!” Airing on ABC from 2002 to 2004, the series was produced by Disney. Background The series focused
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is the classic educational TV series “Schoolhouse Rock.” Background “Schoolhouse Rock” was a series of three-minute animated shorts. They ran on
Here in Milwaukee, there’s currently a dispute between Time-Warner Cable (which serves most of southeastern Wisconsin) and WISN-TV, Milwaukee’s channel 12 and its ABC affiliate. While the Milwaukee Journal