“Johnny Test,” the animated series that ran from 2005 to 2014 on several networks, is making a comeback for the 2020s. News came recently that the show is returning via Netflix,
The 2010s have seen plenty of strong examples of animation, including TV, movies, and online. As it’s the end of the decade, it’s time to look back on how
The Center for Scholars and Storytellers, a US/Canadian research group backed by UCLA, Toronto’s Ryerson University, and others, has released a study of children’s TV programming in the
On the heels of its GLAAD Media Award win earlier this month, “Steven Universe” has racked up another award, this time a Peabody. Meanwhile, “Sesame Street” won an institutional
A look at the major trends in 1990s TV cartoons.
A look at anniversary celebrations for animated cartoons and comics.
The past week or so has seen a large amount of discussion online about the initial announcement of, and artwork for, the newest reboot of an old cartoon franchise: “Thundercats.” The
A year ago, Turner and Warner Bros. announced that they were launching a new streaming service for Boomerang, the sister channel to Cartoon Network that specializes in airing older material (the Hanna-Barbera library,
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “Class of 3000,” an animated series that debuted on Cartoon Network in 2006. Andre 3000, a member of the hip hop group Outkast, created the
Most animated children’s TV cartoons these days tend to star either children or teenagers. Presumably, it’s to make the protagonists more relatable to kids watching at home. Amplifying this