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.
“Scooby-Doo Team-Up” features the Scooby-Doo gang teaming up each month with a different DCU or Hanna-Barbera character. But which characters sell the best?
A look at what’s coming out from DC Comics this month, including “Bombshells,” the crossover between “Batman ’66” and “Steed and Mrs. Peel” (aka the UK TV show “The Avengers”), and a new series from the creators of “Tiny Titans.”
Last week came the surprising news—from DC Comics heads Dan DiDio and Jim Lee no less—that DC Comics will be[…]
News has been reported that voice artist Gary Owens has passed away at the age of 80. Owens was the[…]
As a companion to my previous “top 10 superhero TV show or movie openings” post, I thought I’d list my[…]