In this week’s edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks at Cartoon Network’s Infinity Train.
Rob Zombie Week draws E.A. Henson into its clutches as he looks at the animated feature, ‘The Haunted World of El Superbeasto.’
The DC/Warner Bros. mash-up continues with Gotham City’s most famous jewel thief and her black cat ally crossing paths with a certain golden bird! Mayhem (feathers and fluff) ensues!
Never the two shall meet. But it’s a little kid’s dream, isn’t it? Those after school or Saturday morning cartoons – the ones that we ALL loved so much, made … Continue reading Your Childhood Cartoons Meets Comics In “Green Lantern/Space Ghost Annual #1” & Others On The Wednesday Run
Won’t someone think of the children? The comic book medium is able to tell all kinds of stories, but often of late, the stories meant for kids has become something … Continue reading Aw Yeah It’s “Super Powers #1” On The Wednesday Run
Darwyn Cooke was a giant talent in the comic book industry and a titan as a sequential artist. Last weekend, at the age of 53, the world lost the award-winning … Continue reading RIP Darwyn Cooke – It Was Truly A Golden Age
Each week, one of Biff Bam Pop’s illustrious writers will delve into one of their favourite things. Perhaps it’s a movie or album they’ve carried with them for years. Maybe … Continue reading JP Fallavollita On…Star Blazers
It’s Wednesday, July 30, and that means that Biff Bam Pop! is halfway through it’s first week celebrating Batman’s 75th birthday. We’re calling it Batman @ 75. Clever aren’t we? … Continue reading Bring The (Inner) Kid To DC Comics Presents: Batman Adventures #1 On The Wednesday Run
As a side effect of saving the day in Age of Ultron, Wolverine apparently broke space and time. Yep, you read that right. One of the things this causes is … Continue reading Galactus Hungers
I’m not a big fan of cartoons produced in the Japanese-styled Anime or Manga aesthetic. I know there are a lot out there that are. Some of those fans write … Continue reading Saturday At The Movies: Marvel Anime Wolverine
Oh, boy! I still remember the illumination of the “Filmation” animation company letters fall across my cathode ray tube television like colourful dominos, on some mid-week day, after school, in … Continue reading He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe Have The Power On The Wednesday Run – July 4, 2012
It’s been awhile since the last Cartoon Cuts, mainly because the volume of references in South Park episodes can be hard to sum up. However, my love for animation is … Continue reading Corina’s Cartoon Cuts: Futurama AND Aqua Teen Hunger Force Return