The director of 2019’s R-rated movie “Joker,” Todd Phillips, said in a Vanity Fair interview one reason he made this film was because he finds… Read More »A look at long-running cartoons with problematic elements
A look at what classic comics and animated cartoons should’ve entered public domain in 2020 under their original copyright laws.
A look at the prevailing trends in 1960s TV animation, including the rise of non-comedic cartoons and a shift to less violent programming.
On the heels of my post about the most popular or familiar superheroes, I thought I’d tackle a similar one about Western animation. Specifically, what… Read More »What are the most popular Western animated cartoons?
“Scooby-Doo Team-Up,” for the unaware, is a monthly (originally bimonthly) comic book published by DC Comics. Its premise? Each issue, the gang teams up to… Read More »What are the best selling “Scooby-Doo Team-Up” issues?
Here’s a look at what’s coming out from DC Comics in June 2017. A full list of solicitations is available here. Comics Legion of Super-Heroes/Bugs… Read More »Anthony’s DC Comics picks for June 2017
Here’s a look at what’s coming out from DC Comics in April 2017. A full list of solicitations is available here. Comics Batman ’66 Meets… Read More »Anthony’s DC Comics picks for April 2017
A look at what classic comics and animated cartoons should’ve entered public domain in 2017 under their original copyright laws.
Last week came the surprising news—from DC Comics heads Dan DiDio and Jim Lee no less—that DC Comics will be rebooting Hanna-Barbera characters in comic… Read More »DC Comics to reboot Hanna-Barbera characters
Today’s package show look is at the series “Fred Flintstone and Friends.” Originally airing in syndication during the 1977-78 TV season, the show stayed available… Read More »Package shows: “Fred Flintstone and Friends”