John Lewis Is My Friend IF I Do Not Break Ranks With White Progressives And ASSUME BLACK EQUALITY Then Whom Else That Stands With Me Will Force The Issue, Fearing The Loss Of Their Dependable Vote Over PRINCIPLE??
Keith Knight is currently on tour with a slideshow of his police brutality cartoons. Support his work through the magic of Patreon!!
(Image Link) Animation fans often wonder what their favorite non-human cartoon characters would look like as humans, and artists who grew up loving cartoons can't help but give the transformation a try, just to see what happens. (Image...Show More Summary
So Gotham is basically a live-action cartoon, and in addition it is pure crack at this point. And last night's episode showed just how far the "young Bruce Wayne" element has come, from its troubled beginnings. As long as Barbara Kean and Renee Montoya stay in bed together (and off camera) for a few seasons, we're good. Read more...
Across the fourth week of November 2014, Adult Swim ranked #1 among basic cable networks for Total Day delivery of adults 18-24 & 18-34 and men 18-24.
Just in time for the holidays, Cartoon Network is releasing Finn The Human, a DVD collection of some classic Adventure Time episodes, including “The Lich,” “The Red Throne,” and “The Great Bird Man.” The DVD is available everywhere today, November 25, and is a definite must-have for any fan of The Land Of OOO. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Though Big Hero 6 wasn't technically a Marvel movie, the fact that it is based on a Marvel comic all but required that Walt Disney Animation Studios consider two classic Marvel elements: a post-credits stinger and a Stan...Show More Summary
A Muslim Somali man who lives in Minnesota has decided to combat the lure of ISIS in a very creative way. Mohammed Ahmed has created vivid and clear-sighted cartoons at AverageMohamed.com, aimed at children between the ages of 8-16.Show More Summary
Cartoonists are now doing their takes on the grand jury’s decision in Ferguson. The events in Ferguson and the ever-growing number of policy shoots of African-Americans has kept cartoonists busy over the past year. Here’s a cross section with the publication dates: See great cartoons by all the top political cartoonists at http://cagle.com. To license [...]Show More Summary
Last week Spotlight looked into Stormont expenses and the use public money to rent offices. Spotlight revealed that Sinn Féin paid office rent to three different cultural societies whose identity is unknown. The next extended instalment is tonight. The Firemen have last week’s here.
(Click to enlarge) Everything about the Ferguson decision was bad, including the timing of the announcement, which came just after my cartoon deadline. But you wanted to hear what Grandpa Perkins has to say anyway. Many people have the feeling that the country has seen better days, that we've lost our small town roots and values. Show More Summary
By Drew Dernavich, originally published August 20, 2007, a cartoon addition to our No Word for X archive: Or, to put it another way: "They have no words for anything, but they have no concept for 'fetch'." [h/t Joan M.]
I really love artists that come up with super creative series. Some ideas are so cool that it's impossible not to come up with tons of pieces and by the end, to publish a book with all of them. That's the case of Badass Cartoon, a series...Show More Summary
(NSFW: Language) FoxADHD mashes up the Cartoon Network classic with HBO’s Girls, as Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup move to the Big Apple and become self-absorbed 20-somethings with more important things to do than fight crime.
Trust us: 'Adventure Time' is amazing.
The current Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series continues to be a favorite of mine. It strikes the right balance between being a goofy, fun cartoon about a bunch of lovable characters and addressing more serious and dark themes about power and responsibility. It also does well at adding new ideas, characters, and material while […]
This 'Matt' cartoon from The Telegraph sums up the bizarre situation facing the Labour Party whereby even the Royal Family at Buckingham Place live in fear of being sneered at by their 'snooty' metropolitan Labour neighbours.
Ruff Ruffman is ready for his second act. It's not easy teaching kids about stranger danger these days. When you sit your little ones down to tell them not to talk to strangers, you need to somehow explain that this includes anyone they might encounter online. Show More Summary