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  • Mr. Peabody and Sherman
    Mr. Peabody and Sherman Review
    Now on Blu-ray and DVD, Mr. Peabody & Sherman is available for your family's viewing pleasure. I truly enjoyed watching this fun, creative, witty, and smart action packed film. I was absorbed into Mr. Peabody and Sherman's world from...
  • Boston Herald's Obama cartoon: Racist 'watermelon toothpaste' cartoon criticized
    Boston Herald's Obama cartoon: Racist 'watermelon toothpaste' cartoon criticized
    The Boston Herald’s printing of a cartoon showing a big-eared Barack Obama brushing his teeth has the paper doing some immediate backtracking after the cartoon went viral on social media. Critics called it a racist jab at the president; both...
  • Tom and Jerry
    Tom & Jerry cartoons deemed racist
    Tom and Jerry, the famous vintage cartoons have been labeled as containing ethnic and racial prejudice. The disclaimer has been placed on Amazon product of the classic cartoons. The disclaimer that occurs at the beginning of the Tom and Jerry...
  • Lady and the Tramp
    Disney Review: 'Lady and the Tramp'
    Based in part on the short story, “Happy Dan, The Whistling Dog” by Ward Greene, “Lady and the Tramp” is a charming romantic comedy all told from the perspective of two dogs. One is a well taken care of cocker spaniel named...
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cowabunga Classics
    Lionsgate brings TMNT’s Cowabunga Classics to DVD
    Ever since their debut in the original comics in 1984 the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been taking the world by storm. They have had numerous incarnations on TV and the big screen, but none have hit the popularity of the original animated...
  • The Powerpuff Girls
    The Powerpuff Girls heading to Cartoon Network in 2016
    Announced by Cartoon Network at the 2014 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas on Monday, the classic animated show The Powerpuff Girls will soon be making a comeback on the network in 2016 as a rebooted series.“As the original ambassador of &lsquo...
  • Human Jessica Rabbit comes to real life
    Human Jessica Rabbit: Woman gets major plastic surgery, corset to human cartoon
    A human Jessica Rabbit is ready to make her way to the stage this week. Penny Brown, a 25-year-old woman, has gotten some major plastic surgery done to her breasts and fitted her waist with a corset in order to become a real-life Jessica Rabbit...
  • Cinderella
    Disney Review: 'Cinderella'
    Back into the narrative feature length films, Disney returns with an instant classic. “Cinderella” is an adaptation of the fairy tale “The Little Glass Slipper”, and there’s a clear return to form, following the...
  • Ice Skating Romance
    Disney Review: 'Melody Time'
    “Melody Time” is the 10th Disney film to be released theatrically and yet another anthology feature, collecting a showcase of musical shorts. It’s much in the vein of the previous short compilations, only this time there’s...
  • Ralph Steadman Pop-Up Gallery: Showcasing unique expressions in art
    Ralph Steadman Pop-Up Gallery: Showcasing unique expressions in art
    Recently, a pop-up gallery exhibiting Ralph Steadman’s work and a premiere after-party took place at Red Bull Studios in Chelsea. Ralph Steadman is well-known for the artistic cartoons that he’s been creating for over 50 years....
  • The Three Caballeros
    Disney Review: 'The Three Caballeros'
    Following the surprising worldwide success of “Saludos Amigos”, Disney put out another collection of animated shorts with a Latin theme. The result is a far superior effort called “The Three Caballeros”.The premise, though...
  • Saludos Amigos
    Disney Review: 'Saludos Amigos'
    The war time theatrical releases from the Walt Disney Animation Studios were a collection of shorts, as opposed to feature length narratives. The first of these was “Saludos Amigos”, which is essentially a travelogue detailing what the...
  • Dumbo
    Disney Review: 'Dumbo'
    After the commercial failure that was “Fantasia”, an experiment that was hemorrhaging money for the studio, Disney needed a hit. They needed one badly. Thankfully, a little story for a prototype toy came across Disney’s desk. It...
  • New York Times slide
    New York Times comic strip suggests killing opponents of man-made global warming
    On Sunday, the New York Times poked fun at the weather with a comic strip that offered suggestions for dealing with what it called the "2014 Icicle Surplus." But one panel in the stripsparked outrageby suggesting icicles be used to kill...
  • How to Draw Kid Buu
    How to Draw Kid Buu
    Kid Buu is a villain in the anime show Dragonball Z best recognized by his pink body, the antenna on his head and the holes located on each side of his antenna and both his arms. Kid Buu is the smaller version of Majin Buu, and is known as Buu...