Tags: cartoons

Masters of Disguise and Otherwise

In most cartoons and TV shows, being a master of disguise is a somewhat misleading label. It should be a master of disguise except…? The exception can be anything; except something, except fill in the blank because every great disguise is a terrible… more »

The Multicultural Action Squad

A while back I read about some of the negative reactions to the minority characters in the Hunger Games film. It seems the nut of the “fan’s” argument was that the film would have been better if it was a little bit whiter in that they were expecting a t… more »

What Do Pokémon Eat?

Or Soylent Green is Pokémon In the modern Pokémon world there is no food chain, I mean they fight, all they do is fight, but there is no predator/prey relationship. There are no carnivores or herbivores or omnivores. So, how do they survive? Instea… more »

Turtles, Muppets, and The Too Canny Valley

I was watching some Angry Video Game Nerd and stewing about how much more famous James Rolfe is than myself (as I am often wont to do), and I was really taken by this Turtle Tunes video. I had out grown Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by the time they pick… more »

The History of Furries

Riley asks:So, you know how much us middle class, white, male Americans love our stereotypes. Here’s what I’ve got so far:Asian, runs a blog called “Wolf Gnards,” which blatantly references key genital features of the canis lupus, and nerdy… fu… more »

The Law of Cartoon Pants

There’s a certain nudist streak that lurks in the hearts of cartoon animals everywhere. Shakespeare said it best: To pants or not to pants, that is the question, whether ’tis nobler in the fur or to wear the bow ties and tiny hats of outrageous fortune.… more »
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