Scooby Doo Series Tier List

As I explained earlier this month, I am a Doo kid, I grew up with the Doo. That said I’ve watched I believe most of these series and why not tier list them so we can all yell at each other. If you’ve never watched the Scooby I will hook you up with what series […]

All Aboard the ‘Infinity Train’ – All Episodes Review (Part 3)

The Cat’s Car I love the cat! I love her refined personality, so it makes so much sense she’s in this antique store. I love that the cat is given some conflicted morality that she is helping the conductor only out of fear and that the cat is cunning enough to devise a solid plan […]

All Aboard the ‘Infinity Train’ – All Episodes Review (Part 2)

The Corgi Car This is the pilot episode, showing the show can mix humor with Holy shit what is that! The Corgi Kingdom is a nice quirky stop in the train while also introducing a terrifying robot that looks like a Studio Ghibli antagonist. This episode introduces Atticus who is the deep voiced regal Corgi […]

All Aboard the ‘Infinity Train’ – Every Episode Review (Part 1)

Given that the previous mini-series experiment of Cartoon Network in Over the Garden Wall became something that tickles a soft spot in my heart. A show that I’d consider to be one of my favorite animated series; you know I was certainly interested in another mini-series. Following with another simple frame structure narrative and a […]

Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus

Amidst the qualms of suburbia, you find something truly spooky to deal with…. Neighbors. Beyond the unkempt lawns and picket fences what are those around us hiding? Probably no life, just like you and me. What if your neighborhood was infiltrated by someone or rather something truly horrifying? Someone on the registry? No, well yes. […]

Obituary: A Grave Beginning – 31 SPOOKS of October

Today, we communicate with the spirits… well not as much as June Crocker. June is a girl who’s been home or better yet grave-schooled, after tragedy strikes, June is raised by her foster ghosts. Michael and Zachary Barryte co-direct this delightfully charming series pilot found on Belated Media that is sure to have you dying […]

Voodon’t – 31 SPOOKS of October

Okay so voodon’t get confused, because I voodon’t want you to be confused. Voodon’t think the main image are the primary animation discussed today is VooDon’t a character animation demo from Kris Rizardo. VooDon’t is not Voodon’t the 4-minute animation about a voodoo doll that comes to life by Deanna Werthauer. So to summarize voodon’t […]

Remember the Classics: Why Adventure Time is an Instant Classic

What time is it! Time for all good things to come to an end. The adventures of Jake the dog and Finn the human have finally reached its curtain call as the series finale aired the other day and I think that’s something worth talking about. Especially because I don’t think it’s an overstatement to […]

Is the She-Ra “Controversy” Really Just the Future of Marketing?

A beloved franchise is returning in modern times and is facing scrutiny from fans of the original. Also, in today’s news water is wet. Quite a few news outlets have already covered the topic, but I think I have the most bizarre hot take on this that you might want to buckle in. She-Ra is […]

Every Episode of “Boss Baby: Back in Business” Ranked

Hello, I’m K and I hate myself. So with that in mind I decided to watch the entire first season of Boss Baby: Back in Business. Dreamworks’ Boss Baby is everyone’s favorite movie… I think and after the outrage followings it’s loss at the Oscars for Best Animated feature to Coco it only made sense for […]

Take Some Time To Enjoy A Journey Into Sahara

Netflix hosts a bunch of your favorite TV shows streaming them into your home but has also provided its own impressive repertoire of original content. These original series include critical praised and enjoyed series such as BoJack Horseman, 13 Reasons Why, Stranger Things, and so on. One that stood out for me was the inclusion […]

Samurai Jack Season 5: Teach Them How to Say Goodbye.

Long ago in a distant past, the Cartoon Network, a shape-shifting channel, unleashed an unspeakable bit of news. The show of a foolish samurai warrior wielding a magic sword would have no new episodes. Before a finale was created, creator Genndy Tartakovsky was flung into a new world of projects. Now the show sought its […]