Comedy, like society, evolves over time, and for good reason. I look at problematic and outdated elements in cartoons, from “Looney Tunes” to “The Simpsons.”
I take a look at what comics and animated cartoons should’ve entered public domain in 2020 (but didn’t), from “The Avengers” to “Tennessee Tuxedo.”
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 guess at what are the most popular Western animated cartoons, ranging from Mickey Mouse to Looney Tunes to SpongeBob SquarePants.
“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 for June 2017, including one-shot crossovers between the Looney Tunes and the DC superheroes.
A look at what’s coming out from DC Comics for April 2017, including a “Last Days of the Justice Society” trade paperback, plus the final issue of “Future Quest.”
Here’s a look at what popular comics and animated cartoons didn’t enter public domain on January 1, 2017 thanks to flawed copyright laws.
Last week came the surprising news—from DC Comics heads Dan DiDio and Jim Lee no less—that DC Comics will be[…]
Today’s package show look is at the series “Fred Flintstone and Friends.” Originally airing in syndication during the 1977-78 TV[…]