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A garage door mural of a friendly cartoon Toxie (The Toxic Avenger) welcomes you to Tromaville as you pass by. Troma Entertainment Inc. is one of the longest running, and last existing truly independent film companies. Founded in 1974 by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz, Troma has produced and distributed over 1,000 B-movies. Show More Summary
“Last Week Tonight” always has the best web exclusives when the show is on hiatus and Sunday (Aug. 28) was no exception. John Oliver treated viewers to the tales of “Johnny Strong,” a superhero Oliver invented as a kid. He pitches the superhero as the next big movie franchise, but c’mon — this should already […]
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In a web-exclusive video, Last Week Tonight host John Oliver decided to try his hand in the superhero mega-film game and humorously pitched the story of “Johnny Strong”, a cartoon character that he created in fifth grade. Johnny Strong is brave alter ego of John Olivier (no relation) who fights the dark forces of childhood […]
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John Junson is both a fine friend and a brilliant workplace cartoonist. He creates a new cartoon every week on for the Employee Engagement Network. This one was perfect: Stay light, stay nimble, and have an engaging week ahead. David Zinger is an employee engagement speaker and expert.
Chris Christie’s legacy? He doesn’t like poor people. See the cartoon, stay for the commentary, both from Drew Sheneman. “With soaring approval ratings and prospects of a landslide re-election in the fall of 2013, it appeared little could slow New Jersey...Read more
Burkini by Clay Jones Several towns in France banned the wearing of burkinis on their beaches. What’s a “burkini?” It like a burka you can swim in and it looks kinda like a wet suit. Why would anyone care what others are wearing when it doesn’t hurt you? Because people are xenophobic and hateful. The [...] The post Cartoon: Burkini appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
Here is – "voici," I should say — the Parisian high school superhero cartoon series you have been looking for. "Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir" premiered domestically on Nickelodeon last December, just two months after its French premiere. A second American DVD collection, "Spots On,"...
Cartoons—and especially Disney and its Pixar cronies—have taught us that there’s nothing more delightful than inanimate objects coming to life and singing catchy, Oscar-winning songs. But—outside Woody’s “Play nice” monologue at theShow More Summary
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Welcome to the latest edition in our war on voting series. This is a joint project of Meteor Blades and Joan McCarter. This week's War on Voting news was dominated by Greg Palast's Rolling Stone article detailing the latest Republican effort to keep people of color out of the polls come November. Show More Summary
And, it happened yet again. Trolls in the mask of religious hooliganism created a ruckus on Twitter, and defamed Myntra for something they didn’t even create or commissioned. #BoycottMyntra was suddenly trending on Twitter yesterday for a harmless and humorous cartoon created by an online creative group, which had Myntra’s logo on it. Show More Summary
SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Iranian refugee held at an Australian-funded detention center in Papua New Guinea has won a political cartooning award for his work depicting life inside the camp.
Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world […]