Mousetrap by tomburns The life of a cartoon rodent is every bit as dangerous as that of a real life mouse, and there are plenty of dangers awaiting them inside the brightly colored world of toons. Mickey was starting to take those dangers...Show More Summary
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- The house mouse, stickleback fish and honey bee appear to have little in common, but at the genetic level these creatures respond in strikingly similar ways to danger, researchers report. When any of these animals confronts an intruder, the researchers found, many of the same genes and brain gene networks gear up or down in response. read more
Most PC gamers are happy with a mouse and keyboard and a monitor. Not so Markus Boesen. German Boesen constructed a triple-screen, ultra high-resolution cockpit so that he can enjoy space game Elite: Dangerous in all of its intergalactic glory. Show More Summary
In Aesop's Fable "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse," the rural rodent after visiting his urban-dwelling friend's hustling-and-bustling home returns to the simple life and says of the big city: "It is surrounded by too many dangers to please...
In other news: Lana Del Rey covered on American Horror Story, a scrapped U2 / Danger Mouse album and now you're the proud owner of a Drake wheelchair beanie.
Early in the year, we saw reports that U2 were teaming up with producer Danger Mouse for a full album, one that was expected in April. They teamed up for the 2013 soundtrack song “Ordinary Love” and the free-giveaway single “Invisible.” And then the album never came out. When U2 did pull off their surprise [...]
What you see up top is the old school version of Danger Mouse, complete with hamster assistant Penfold and rogues gallery. ‘Danger Mouse’ was a cartoon parody of cool figures like ‘Danger Man’ and ‘James Bond.’ He’d go on missions with his reluctant sidekick, and because he was a secret agent, he wore an eyepatch […]
Yep, that looks like a modern redesign, all right. I don't think the square eyepatch makes a lot of sense, but then nor does a talking mouse who's a spy. The new DM will have an initial run of 5...
Tiny Jordan's spies have helped the United States hunt down some of its most dangerous enemies. Now Obama is hoping those spooks can beat the Islamic State.
Sounds like: The Shins, Damon Albarn, Beck, The Black Keys Song: Broken Bells - Control What's so good? Since Broken Bells' debut in 2010, The Shin’s James Mercer and producer extraordinaire Brian Burton (Danger Mouse) have been swirling funky tones into cinematically inspired sci-fi dance grooves. Show More Summary
The logo that opens the show is for Thames Television, the third U.K. channel at the time Flying Circus was airing. For me, it makes me think of watching Danger Mouse and Count Duckula on Nickelodeon when I was growing up; a semi-random association that nevertheless seems appropriate. Show More Summary
The BBC revealed that some previously male characters will be depicted as female in the updated version of Danger Mouse.
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin Broken Bells @ Firefly Music Fest 6/22/2014 Broken Bells (aka James Mercer & Danger Mouse) were in NYC last night (6/23), playing The Late Show with David Letterman, performing "Control" from their most recent album,...
James Mercer may have reactivated the Shins long enough to record “So Now What,” their song for the soundtrack to Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here, but he’s still keeping busy with Broken Bells, his duo with Danger Mouse. Last night, they were the musical guests on the Late Show With David Letterman, where they [...]
Watch the Shins' James Mercer and Danger Mouse rock out as the band Broken Bells
"Danger Mouse" may have been one of the world's greatest animated parodies, and now there will be new episodes coming to television. British broadcaster CBBC has announced that new episodes will air on the children's network beginning in 2015.According to The Hollywood Reporter, this animated story of a super-spy mouse will get 52 new episodes. Show More Summary
Determined not to let America win the transatlantic remake race, the BBC—which recently relaunched Teletubbies, only to be answered by a revived Powerpuff Girls—has announced that it is also bringing back Danger Mouse. The network has...Show More Summary
No, not the DJ, but the British cartoon superspy - and his sidekick Penfold - who amused children stateside on Nickelodeon in the '80s. He's getting a TV reboot next year. Perhaps fittingly, al...
He's the greatest, he's fantastic, and wherever there is danger he'll be there. And now Danger Mouse is coming BACK to television! Read more...
Credits: © Cosgrove/Hall Productions / YouTube screen shot of BBC show character Danger Mouse @ Danger Mouse Official YouTube Alt Text: BBC's animated character Danger Mouse The rodent spy Danger Mouse and his sidekick Penfold are set...Show More Summary