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.
Movember is an annual month-long event during November. Movember involves men growing mustaches to raise awareness of men’s health issues (depression, cancer,[…]
The 1970s saw a big shift in animation, away from the more violent superhero, funny animal and action cartoons of[…]
What would a Justice League of America that *looks* like America be like? I analyze what a diverse JLA should look like, using recent US census figures.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Fire (real name: Beatriz Bonilla da Costa), a Brazilian superheroine published by DC[…]
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Seraph (real name: Chaim Levon), a superhero in DC Comics. Seraph first appeared[…]
Completing the various minority Super Friends members, this week we’ll look at El Dorado. The hero was introduced during the early[…]
Here’s what’s of interest coming out from DC Comics for April. Full solicitations are available here. Comics Adventures of Superman[…]
Continuing from last week’s Super Friends theme, this week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Samurai, another Super Friend. Background Samurai is[…]
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Apache Chief, of the long-running Saturday morning series “Super Friends.” Background Chief (no[…]