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
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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
“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
A look at what classic comics and animated cartoons should’ve entered public domain in 2017 under their original copyright laws.