Thursday, 30 June, 2022

Category: cartoon


Disney was a surprise, and hipster Mickey by Jerrod Maruyama was something really cool from the gallery of original art in the center of World Of Disney. They also had print on demand customisable items, like laptop bags and other things. Some Read more…


It’s really nice to be surrounded by creative people, and Whitechapel, the community that Warren Ellis has built around his webcomic Freakangels is a real hive of creativity. I first became aware of Ian Gil through a thread that gave Read more…


Buried in the schedule somewhere on BBC 2, I don’t know anyone who remembers this weird little piece of animation. I seem to remember seeing two series (I should wiki that maybe). Anyway — it was one of those cartoons Read more…


When it came out there was nothing out there quite like it — it was edgy, humourous, sexy and intelligent; it was a prime example of MTV hitting the nail squarely on the head. It meshed Western ideas of sci-fi Read more…


I don’t know if this just me but Dilbert is starting to feel like a fizzy drink that has been left out to go flat? I used to get the joke — do I still have to be an office Read more…


I suppose as a child I was pretty lucky in that my dad’s taste in programmes pretty much matched mine and my brothers — he was into all the sci-fi stuff and the cartoons (he still plays with lego for Read more…


A bit of research into this show demonstrates how many times the poor bloody show was chopped to bits and re-assembled into some Frankenstein’s  Monster version of the Japanese original. It was a groundbreaker though and the fact that it Read more…


The internet jesus is back in his kingdom and all is well with the world. The story is shaping up nicely — thus far the episodes have been the equivalent to one of those tracking shots that swoops in and Read more…


In a kind of companion posting alongside Peter Blegvad’s Leviathan comes Steven Appleby’s Small Birds Singing. I used to clip both of them out fo the magazines and collect them avidly. Small Birds Singing also used absurdism to explore humanity Read more…


there sure were some weird as shit cartoons on the tv back in the day and this one of the weirdest — about this weird black and white bird. the most culturally significant contribution to animation from france in the Read more…