I take a look at the influences and trends in 2000s TV animation, from “slice-of-life” shows to the influence of anime on Western cartoons.
Aquaman’s been a regular part of DC Comics since 1941. As such, he’s also been referenced in popular culture, including other comics and animation.
There’s been a long list of “Star Wars” parodies and references in cartoons. Here’s a list of a half-dozen examples, from “Johnny Test” to “Bloom County.”
A list of cartoons (other than “Space Jam”) that center around the popular sport of basketball, from Goofy to “The Fairly OddParents.”
But what other cartoons referencing basketball have been made? Here’s a list of some noteworthy references to basketball in cartoons besides “Space Jam.”
While animation exploded in quantity and popularity in the 90s, the 2000s also saw various changes. Some of the changes,[…]
Today’s Friday the 13th, so here’s a look at how both the day and the 80s horror film series have been referenced in cartoons.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Trixie Tang, a supporting character on Nickelodeon’s “The Fairly OddParents.”
This week’s entry is A.J., a recurring character on Nickelodeon’s cartoon “The Fairly OddParents.” Background Similar to Valerie Smith of[…]