I look at appearances by the late congressmember John Lewis in media, including comics and animation.
The nominees for the 2020 GLAAD Media Awards were announced this week. As usual, the GLAAD Media Awards are meant to draw attention to noteworthy portrayals of LGBTQ characters, elements, and stories in
A lot’s changed since I wrote a 2013 post about same-sex marriage depictions in cartoons. For starters, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling in 2015 that legalized marriage nationwide.
It’s not breaking news at this point, but as everyone on Monday learned, the 22nd(!) season premiere of PBS’ “Arthur” saw two big events: the revelation that the
LGBTQ characters have appeared in adult-oriented Western TV cartoons for some years now, largely dating back to the 90s and characters like Smithers in “The Simpsons.” However, the 2010s saw a
Similar to last year, here’s a look at the character balloons that’ll be seen in this year’s “McDonald’s Thanksgiving Day Parade” in Chicago.
News came earlier today that Tom Magliozzi, one-half of the “Click and Clack” brother hosts of NPR’s auto repair show “Car Talk,” has passed away at age
2012’s Kwanzaa storyline in “Curtis.” By Ray Billingsley. This week, I’ll look at cartoon references to the African-American-oriented week-long holiday of Kwanzaa. While not shown as often