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.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “B,” a character on Teletoon’s “Total Drama” series.
B debuted during the series’ fourth season, “Total Drama: Revenge of the Island,” which featured a new batch of contestants competing for the show’s $1 million (Canadian) prize. B’s main two traits are that he doesn’t speak even once (and thus has no voice actor), and is an engineering genius.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Alejandro Burromuerto, a contestant on Teletoon’s “Total Drama” reality show parody series.
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