'Heroes On Hot Wheels' was a cartoon from the early 90's. This hub will discuss the background of this cartoon, and it's origins.
This article describes how the Nickelodeon cartoon Hey Arnold! could relate to both adults and children. The writers of the show took advantage of this idea to infuse the show with radically opposing emotional and contextual ideas. Specifically referring to the episode Road Trip, tragedy is...
Here are the top 10 best episodes from the cutest cartoon show, We Bare Bears!
You may know Rudolph and Frosty, but do you recall Willy McBean and his Magic Machine? Take a look into the early works of Rankin/Bass before they became synonymous with the Christmas season.
Among their numerous holiday specials, Rankin/Bass only made one Thanksgiving special: 1968's "The Mouse on the Mayflower"
News about the new lost episodes of "Ren and Stimpy" geared exclusively for adults
Stop-motion animation using clay had been experimented with almost as long as film itself, but it was thanks to Art Clokey's Gumby in 1955 that clay became a mainstream form of animation.
Yogi Bear proved to be a popular character on the Huckleberry Hound Show, so Hanna-Barbera gave him his own show in 1961. At the same time, HB produced a new series for prime-time called Top Cat.
A look at Nickelodeon's classic cartoon Rugrats, from its creation to its end.
Walt Disney advertised his theme park before it was built to attract people. The recent Mickey Mouse shorts did something similar by referencing the theme parks through its episodes.