In the not-too-distant future, Facebook thinks we'll want to strap on special goggles so that we can hang out with our friends in a virtual world in which we appear as disembodied, cartoon versions of ourselves. Based on my experience...Show More Summary
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It’s been seven years since Gorillaz last released a proper album, which isn’t that long considering all the labor that goes into making one. Though it’s meant to seem like the work of four fictional cartoon characters, the business of actually making their latest record, Humanz, their fourth, fell as ... More »
Almost everyone grew up with Disney’s animated films. Heck, even our parents grew up with Disney animated films. Since the 1930s, Walt Disney and his not-so-little company have been churning out cartoon movie masterpieces for the whole family to enjoy, and this week, Mondo is celebrating all eight decades with one of… Read more...
https://youtu.be/46h-LfNWPn8 This cartoon from Bill Nye Saves the World uses various ice cream flavors as part of a hysterical analogy on the intolerant views of Christians when it comes to sexuality. It starts off with various flavors of ice cream showing up at an "Ice Cream Conversion Therapy" group. Show More Summary
There's a reason this series of cartoons is entitled "Real Life Adventures."
So I got this in the mail today: Hi Clay, My general manager does not want to run any political cartoons that criticize President Trump, since we have so many readers who voted for him and support him. Can you please send us middle-of-the-road cartoons that we could use? If you have any on hand, [...]Show More Summary
This is a cartoon flashback that I thought bore repeating as we learn about the Trump tax plan. It doesn’t matter how how fiscally prudent Democrats manage to be, or how badly Republicans bust budgets; the narrative never changes. Follow Jen on Twitter at @JenSorensen
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WHAT’S IN a name, or even a mere term — such as the much-bandied-about “First 100 Days”? President Trump, even while touting his own First 100 (which he hit this week), has called such a mile-marker of accomplishment a “ridiculous standard.” Yet because the president seems to always have one eye on ratings, polls, audience […]
Perhaps the most disturbing thing about the first one hundred days of the administration of Donald Trump is that….OH GOD!!! IT’S ONLY BEEN ONE HUNDRED DAYS!!! OH THE HORROR!!!! SOMEONE HOLD ME!!!! No no no. It’s all right. We’ll be OK. Well, actually no. Most of us will probably die from radiation fallout and those [...]Show More Summary
Do you want to be successful? Sure, we all do! If you follow the sacred teachings of cartoons, you too can be an adult like me with great success! The Nations of the World If You Flood the Kitchen, Ice...
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Psychology, color wheels, and random decisions all contribute to the color’s popularity in cartoons
When you think about it, the list of yellow cartoon characters is impressively long: The Simpsons, the Minions, SpongeBob SquarePants, Woodstock, Tweety Bird, Pikachu, Flounder, Winnie The Pooh… Turns out there’s a reason for that, and it all goes back to color theory. Show More Summary
The Simpsons, SpongeBob Squarepants, Minions, Pikachu are yellow. So are many, many other popular cartoon characters. Why? The answer lies at the intersection of psychology, color theory, and, of course, aesthetics. (ChannelFrederat...