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  • DVD review: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis: DC scores another home run
    DVD review: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis: DC scores another home run
    DC Comics animated films have become to be a major force in animated movies. They have nearly cornered the market with their brand of great storytelling as they recreate some of the stories from the pages of comics and then bringing them to the...
  • Will The Simpsons Go Up in Smoke ?
    Will The Simpsons Go Up in Smoke ?
    While Gunsmoke (1955 to 1975) presently holds the record for a scripted prime-time TV series at 635 episodes, The Simpsons with a longer run than the iconic western is currently in its 26th season. With the recent news of renewal for seasons 27...
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    Reel Pixels: Mortal Kombat Defenders of the Realm
    Enduring the first episode of the Zelda cartoon was bad. Yet, as journalist, this daring duo continued on their quest to investigate video game cartoons. With the launch of Mortal Kombat X, this guy decided to check out the show: Mortal Kombat...
  • Uncle Grandpa: Good Mornin', DVD Review
    'Uncle Grandpa: Good Mornin' DVD Review
    In 2013 the very first 'Uncle Grandpa' was shown on Cartoon Network. Since then it is one of the favorites on the network. The age group that is most attracted to the show would be the 6-11 age group. What's even funnier though is the...
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Debuts April 4th on Discovery Family
    All-new season of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic debuts April 4th
    Everyone's favorite ponies are back with an all-new season! My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, the beloved series created by Hasbro Studios, debuts on Discovery Family April 4, with two back-to-back premiere episodes beginning at 11am ET /...
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    Reel Pixels: The Legend of Zelda cartoon
    Welcome to the premiere of Reel Pixels! This feature’s aim is to review video game cartoons and movies to see how well these projects hold up. All, of course, in the guise of Mystery Science Theater 3000’s style. So in light of the...
  • Meg Griffin
    Meg Griffin, a misunderstood character
    Meg Griffin, a character from Family Guy, is perhaps the character with the most personality. As the only daughter of Peter and Lois Griffin, she strives to survive in a predominately male household with the only other female in the house, her...
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    'DuckTales' reboot set for 2017
    According toDeadlineon Feb. 25, the animated series "DuckTales" will be returning to the airwaves in 2017 thanks to Disney XD. The network will reboot the popular animated tale, which was based on the "Uncle Scrooge" comic...
  • Titmouse studios is located in Los Angeles and filled with unusual objects like this Big Foot.
    Titmouse: A company dedicated to cartoons
    Cartoons and other televised media has become a primary source of entertainment for millions of people. Although it sometimes seems as if academia only admires those who are gifted at math and science, there are many careers that creative people...
  • Clarence: Mystery Piñata, DVD Review
    'Clarence: Mystery Piñata' DVD Review
    'Clarence' is a fun loving enjoyable young man. He's very optimistic and always seems to get the best out of everything. No matter what Clarence is doing he always can make the best out of it. Clarence just moved to town and lives with...
  • Disney's "Feast" is up for the 2015 Best Animated Short Oscar
    Oscar’s 2015 Animated Short nominees stretch the artistic canvas
    The Oscars are just three weeks away and once again the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has made the nominees in the shorts categories available to the general public. The Animated Shorts, which opened across the country in select...
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    Charlie Hebdo: Council on American-Islamic Relations is wrong
    The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has a chapter in Anaheim, addressed today's Charlie Hebdo cover of a weeping Mohammad holding a sign that reads, “I Am Charlie.” A spokesperson for CAIR gave the expected...
  • A Modest Proposal
    Why they Can't be Charlie Hebdo
    In 1729, satirist Jonathan Swift published, anonymously, what would become one of the most infamous documents ever written: A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People From Being a Burthen to Their Parents or Country, and for...
  • Stéphane Charbonnier, the Ponderer
    The day the ridiculed proved their satirists right
    Satire, by its very nature, is without borders. When a satirist notices squirming in the seats of his audience or his intuitive radar starts second guessing the satirical jape, then he knows he's on to something. It's a constant battle...
  • Voiceover actress Christine Cavanaugh dies at 51
    Voiceover actress Christine Cavanaugh dies at 51
    On Tuesday, CNN reported the untimely death of actress Christine Cavanaugh, 51. Although Cavanaugh has appeared on several television programs, parents and children will always remember her voiceover work. She provided the voice of boy genius...
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