Tag 1980s cartoons

Congrats to Seth Green, Robot Chicken for 200 Episodes!

Per Matt Saturday morning cartoons. Just the simple concept of three network television channels airing four or five straight hours of animated TV shows (sometimes longer!) every weekend can be an alien concept for millennials to comprehend. Back in the… Continue Reading →

Sex, Drugs and Rivalries: Game Changers Fights the Video Game Wars

Per Matt Long before virtual reality, mobile games, MMORGs and LAN parties, you could find groundbreaking arcade game cabinets at your local gas station, bowling alley, roller skating rink and even department store, hoping to cash in on the fad…. Continue Reading →

Transformers’ Live-Action Future Relies on its Animated Origins

Bumblebee may have won high praise from critics andĀ audiences alike by giving the movieĀ a great overall rating, but in terms of box-office receipts, the soft reboot did not bring in big box-office bucks. That’s why the recent announcement that Netflix… Continue Reading →

Netflix Creates Magic in the New She-Ra Series

I would classify myself as a kidult. I’m a 41-year-old father with two kids and I think this show is rad. She-Ra rides her winged horse deftly between the line of genuinely optimistic and subversively sinister. While She-Ra and the… Continue Reading →

Hold up! Kristen Wiig is Cheetah in Wonder Woman 2?!

With the casting of Kristen Wiig as Cheetah in the upcoming Wonder Woman 2 movie, I’d like to address the casting decision and maybe do a bit of dream casting.

Stan Lee Makes a Wizardly Appearance in Nashville

Per Matt When the name Stan Lee is mentioned, a variety of pop-culture references come to mind. For millennials, he’s the older gentleman making cameo appearances within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For the older crowd, he might be remembered from… Continue Reading →

Voltron: Legendary Defender — A Light and Fun Adventure

“Why do they have to form Voltron every time?” my 6-year-old pondered. When I was his age, I had the same thought. Some things never change.

Boy, Oh, Boy! Let’s Talk About The Boy

Welcome back, horror fans. Once again, I will be giving you my unbiased and thought-provoking insight on a second-class, B-rated indie flick. Wait… this week I am reviewing a mainstream film? A film that cost $10 million to make and… Continue Reading →

Filmation Interview: Robert Lamb

Per Matt By the power of Grayskull, Robert Lamb has the power!

Comics and Cartoons Interview: Marv Wolfman

Per Matt When it comes to cartoons, comics, superheroes and video games, Marv Wolfman is the ultimate authority.

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