Category Archives: cartoons

Your first look at the THUNDERCATS cartoon update

Rumors and speculation have been floating along the usual half-baked lies and BleedingCool.com “exclusives” of the Internet for a while now about a remake of the much-beloved 1985-1990 Rankin/Bass action cartoon THUNDERCATS. This was awaiting all my usual readings this … Continue reading

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Henry & Glenn Forever for the holidays

Tom Neely, the main brain (alongside friends) behind the hilarious ‘zine/minicomic Henry & Glenn Forever created this awesome little Christmas special you should check out.

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random movie review – “Batman: Under The Red Hood”

Jason Todd and the “A Death in the Family” and “Under The Red Hood” storylines are undoubtedly a controversial mess of hornets in the Batman mythos.  Todd’s sort of become a bit of a difficult character to deal with since … Continue reading

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Check out the trailer for “Atomic Robo: Last Stop”!

– Check out the trailer for “Atomic Robo: Last Stop” from The Fictory!  I’ve been excited for this for a long time, so seeing this is really cool.  There’s no release date set yet, but hopefully soon! Atomic Robo is … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Scott McCloud!

The comic genius who brought us Understanding Comics (a book I consider one of my own personal Bibles) turned 50 today. Happy birthday, Mr. McCloud.  Thank you so much for keeping comics a serious storytelling medium, hope you keep it … Continue reading

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Banned

– Daryl Cagle of MSNBC is one of several cartoonists, political or otherwise, who has had issues with getting iPhone and iPad apps approved because of “offensive content” or something similar.  You can check out some of Cagle’s work from … Continue reading

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