The intro is here. Tonight, on a Very Special Episode of Gargoyles…
The intro is here. Movie’s over, but traumatizing the youngest cast member has apparently begun in earnest.
The intro is here. A Consulting Analyst on a Monday? What’s this world coming to.
The intro is here. A new series is upon us, readers, and we’re playing by ear. Let us see where that takes us.
I’m not sure whether we’ve reached the saturation point of comic book media yet. I do know that we’re now fully into the realm of adaptive choices obscure enough that even I have to start doing preemptive google searches when I notice my internet feeds getting particularly excited […]
It’s 1994: the variety show is having its last great hurrah with Animaniacs, people have stopped sleeping just in case Mulder is right and aliens are going to kill them in their sleep, dinosaurs are making millions of dollars, and one the greatest animated shows of the 90s […]
A borderline sociopathic old man drags his grandson from dimension to dimension, supposedly as an assistant but more often just for the company, and simultaneously exposes the kid to an endless parade of mind-scarring horrors. Or more simply, “wow, the whole mad-scientist-and-kid-protégé gimmick is pretty screwed up, isn’t […]
It’s been a dreadful summer for creative teams in the animation industry: not long ago Disney dropped the ball and leaked an episode of Gravity Falls on the UK iTunes (not even the next episode due to air, but the one after that) when the show was finally […]
Steven Universe’s occasional homages to Revolutionary Girl Utena are starting to feel less like cute nods to a beloved nerd thing and more like an earned, legitimate comparison: both shows feature a patchwork of complicated interpersonal relationships and great care for their very well written characters, deal with […]
I’ve been thinking lately about the shelf life of “groundbreaking” characters: where their place in the narrative intersects with how well whatever “unusual” part of their makeup is portrayed, whether they were meant to give the underrepresented group someone to see themselves in or to give the normative […]