“Pink anarchy” is promised in the new show for The Hub.
Groening’s 35-year-old comic strip ‘Life in Hell’, whose characters saw life through doom-tinted lenses, ended this week after 35 years.
Tuesday’s links start an all-chocolate diet, prepare our Easter baskets and make music out of Jell-O.
Bill Watterson may have given his Calvin and Hobbes book collections prestigious-sounding names like Indispensable and Authoritative as a joke, but in 2012 his cartoons are fetching fancy fine-art prices.
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If anyone can save a dying language, it’s Mama Bear, simply because we’re pretty sure she can do anything.
It’s an age-old problem: Positive female cartoon characters are rare, and even if they are presented as likeable heroines central to the plot, their bodies are unattainable (She-Ra) or spilling out of seashell cups (Ariel).
As a masked mujahideen finishes off the victim fallen flat on the back with a rifle, his eye glares a sinister white. It’s not out of a bad horror movie, but from an upcoming jihadist propaganda—for kids.
Sure, you know Bill Clinton the former president of the United States, a Rhodes scholar and the husband to the Secretary of State, but did you know that he’s also a brony?
A newly discovered mushroom species has been named after the beloved cartoon, SpongeBob SquarePants. It’s official title: spongiforma squarepantsii.
From Smirnoff Ice to My Little Pony, modern bros are all over the place.
The latest Facebook meme claims to help fight child abuse. How noble!
Thursday’s links talk baseball, magic and cartoons.