I take a look at the trends and changes in 1960s TV animation, from theatrical animated shorts’ influences to the rise of shows starring teenagers.
I take a look at what the most dominant trends and influences were for 1970s TV animation, from violence standards to the various “Scooby-Doo” clones.
I take a look at the prominent influences on 1980s TV animation, including “He-Man,” “The Smurfs,” and “DuckTales” (and Ronald Reagan).
Since his debut in 1969, Scooby-Doo’s become one of the most popular American cartoon characters of all time. But how did Scooby get to this position?
A look at the 1970s Saturday morning animated series “Speed Buggy,” about a group of three youths and their robotic semi-talking dune buggy.
I thought I’d look back at a cartoon I saw in reruns as a kid, but only lasted one season[…]