A list of a few cartoons that references Friday the 13th, both the superstition-filled day itself and the 1980s horror film series.
This week saw the 79th Peabody Awards awarded for 30 TV and digital media programs deemed worthy of the honor. A theme in some of… Read More »“Molly of Denali,” “Watchmen” win 2020 Peabody Awards
Disney+ since its launch is fairly popular as a streaming service. However, its originals, aside from “The Mandalorian,” haven’t set the world on fire. (Too… Read More »“Love, Simon” spin-off is unsuitable for Disney+, but “The Simpsons” is OK?
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On Thursday, Disney held a press conference where they finally announced the long-awaited details about their planned streaming service, Disney+. To sum up the highlights… Read More »Disney announces Disney+ pricing, November 2019 launch date
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?
Back in 2015, I wrote about seven now obsolete technology references in cartoons and comics. Of course, tech development moves on, both in real life… Read More »5 more obsolete technology references in cartoons
A look at some of the trends that dominated 1990s TV animation, from pop culture references to the rise of cable television.