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Disney’s The Little Mermaid at TPAC

I’m gonna lose so much street cred in the horror circles I run in for this article, but I don’t care. I took Maggie (the future Misses Danno) to live out a childhood dream last night at TPAC. Disney’s The… Continue Reading →

Disney Set for 2017 Box Office Domination

There is no media company, or entertainment company in general, quite as big as The Walt Disney Company. The company, which owns ABC, ESPN and a number of other networks, studios and theme parks, made a net income of $9.39… Continue Reading →

What Year Is It Again? 2016: The Year of the Throwback

The hottest TV show of the season stars Winona Rider, features a band of geeks that love Dungeons & Dragons and Farrah Fawcett’s signature ‘do.

Hypericon is here!!!

HYPERICON! You have to admit, it’s cool to say… and by “say” I mean: to cry out as if to summon a thunder-god. It also works well if said quietly, as if the name, itself, was a sacred relic you almost… Continue Reading →

Alice Through the Looking Glass is Killing Time

Per Matt Sequels to best-selling novels, much like blockbuster movies, often underwhelm. In many ways, Disney’s 2010 big-screen adventure, Alice in Wonderland, is much like the iconic 1939 movie, The Wizard of Oz. Both film adaptations were based on iconic… Continue Reading →

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Interview with Dana Snyder

Per Matt You may recognize him as the voice of many different animated characters, from Master Shake of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, to Granny of Squidbillies, to Gazpacho of Chowder and multiple characters of Bob’s Burgers, as well. Dana Snyder… Continue Reading →

The Art of Beer

Per Matt Craft beer and animation were on tap at The Art of Beer, a one-day exhibit displayed at the Frist Center of Visual Arts.

Geek Media Expo Night at the Frist Center For the Visual Arts

Per Matt Animation took center stage on Thursday, as the Frist Center For the Visual Arts hosted the Geek Media Expo Night.

Star Wars In The News: LEGO Club, Bloomberg, Wired and Robot Combat League

Back in the Dark Ages (throughout the Original Trilogy and just before the Prequel Trilogy), the one sure-fire way to boost magazine sales was to splash anything remotely Star Wars related on your magazine covers. With no World Wide Web… Continue Reading →

MomoCon Interview: Mike Reiss, Writer of The Simpsons

Per My Brother Mike Reiss has been a part of The Simpsons since Season One. While he has always been a part of the legendary writer’s room, at one point, he was also the Showrunner. Reiss candidly discusses hiring Conan… Continue Reading →

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