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Cartoon: Trump Time’s Person of the Year

See great cartoons by all the top political cartoonists at http://cagle.com. To license this cartoon for your own site, visit http://politicalcartoons.com The post Cartoon: Trump Time’s Person of the Year appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

Cartoon: Best case scenarios under Trump

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DUCKTALES: New Teaser And Banner Confirm Revival's Summer Debut!

To kids of the ’80s and ‘90s, the Disney cartoon series DuckTales was nothing short of revelation. In a time replete with adventure films like The Goonies and Indiana Jones, DuckTales was a show that managed to scratch a certain itch on the TV front. Show More Summary

Evolving, like Pokémon

My seven year old is a huge fan of the Japanese cartoon series Pokémon. If you have never shared your life with a Pokémon fan, you might not know that Pokémon are animated creatures (many of them adorable) with varying...

Train of Thought, Then and Now

Many of us, of a certain age, may recall the scene in some cartoons or movies of a woman tied to a train track with a train coming from a distance. The scene depicts the "damsel in distress" being saved, just in the nick of time, by her hero. Read more...

Between the lines: Christmas special

An eclectic mix of popular-science books, from everyday physics to loop quantum gravity to collider cartoons, reviewed by Matin Durrani, Kate Gardner, Hamish Johnston, Margaret Harris and Louise Mayor

Tiger Woods Is Back - Just Not The Tiger Woods We Remember

Woods is up against an unbeatable enemy - himself. Specifically, the iconic image of a dominant, red-shirted God laying waste to any and everybody that he came up against on the golf course. Cartoon by Rob Tornoe.

'DuckTales' and 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Games on Sale: McDuck and Masked Menace in Cahoots?

Probably not. I'm just asking the pertinent questions. Gameloft's The Amazing Spider-Man [$0.99] games and Disney's DuckTales: Remastered [$0.99] only have a few things in common. Both star classic American cartoon and/or comic characters. Both look pretty darned spiffy in action. And both only seem to go on sale this low once a year. That's

Jeremy Hunt weighs in on teen sexting – cartoon

The health secretary has proposed a ban on sexting for under-18s and wants social media companies to use technology to bar young people from sending explicit messages and cyberbullying Continue reading...

Cartoons: Pearl Harbor

See great cartoons by all the top political cartoonists at http://cagle.com. To license this cartoon for your own site, visit http://politicalcartoons.com The post Cartoons: Pearl Harbor appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

It Took Four Months to Recreate the TMNT Cartoon's Intro Using Super Nintendo's Mario Paint

The Super Nintendo is best remembered as defining the 16-bit era of video gaming, although many of us spent countless hours playing with Mario Paint instead. But that pales in comparison to the over four months Mike Matei spent recreating the opening to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ animated series using only the… Read more...

Gift Shaver Showdown: Razor Competition Gets Bloody This Holiday Season

What's with all the razor commercials? There's three blades, five blades,shave clubs, imported razors, domestic razors. For heaven's sake, just grow a beard! Cartoon by Andy Singer.

Cartoons: Paranoid Pizza

Too little too late, major news organizations started to report on fake news AFTER it helped elect an orange nimrod president of the United States. Now we have a nominee to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development that needs to be told that “HUD” is an acronym. Fake news is very dangerous. It’s gone beyond [...]

Dr. Seuss, Chuck Jones, and Mel Blanc's US Army cartoon warning against loose lips (1943)

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Private Snafu was the US Army's series of instructional cartoons from World War II, written and/or directed by the likes of Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel, Chuck Jones, and PD Eastman. The voice of Private Snafu is performed by Mel Blanc (Buggs Bunny, Daffy Duck, etc.). Show More Summary

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