For Veterans Day, I take a look at noteworthy Black military veterans in cartoons, from John Stewart (Green Lantern) to James “Rhodey” Rhodes (War Machine).
A review of the Nickelodeon animated cartoon series “The Loud House,” about the Loud family (two parents who have 10 girls and one boy).
A look at celebrations of Kwanzaa in cartoons, from Disney Channel’s “The Proud Family” to PBS Kids’ long-running series “Arthur.”
This year marks the 50th anniversary of landmark dance show “Soul Train.” However, why did “Soul Train” and traditional dance TV shows end?
A look at how the “Big Five” tech companies are planning to observe the newest US federal holiday, Juneteenth.
A list of some favorite podcasts by Black creators.
A look at this year’s animation-related NAACP Image Awards winners, with “Soul” and “Doc McStuffins” having strong showings.
A review of the mid-1980s cartoon series “Jem and the Holograms,” as well as the follow-up IDW comic series from the 2010s.
A look at depictions of Martin Luther King in cartoons, from DC and Marvel Comics to “Rugrats” to Adult Swim’s “The Boondocks.”
A review of the 2000 and 2019 PBS cartoon versions of “Clifford the Big Red Dog,” based on the long-running children’s book series.