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Sep 30, 2021

SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS IN THE 1960S AND 1970S…

Many have pointed to Lou Scheimer as one of the key architects of Saturday Morning Television as we know it when his company Filmation one upped animation titans Hanna-Barbera by not only purchasing the rights to do the very first Superman cartoon for the Saturday...


Sep 23, 2021

Where were you on a Friday night between 1985 to 1994? Were you out on a date or were you not even born yet? Or were you like some of us not old enough to drive yet stuck at home? Then you were most likely watching ABC's TGIF line up of programs like Perfect Strangers, Full House and Family Matters. 

Or you might've...


Sep 16, 2021

The Black Cauldron is said to be the movie that nearly destroyed Disney Animation. Based on the second book in the YA series The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander and released in 1985, audiences weren’t prepared for an animation from Disney that was both very dark in tone and had no characters spontaneously...


Sep 9, 2021

Hippocrisis is a one man punk rock band fronted by Tom Domincovich. Unlike many bands and musicians out there, Tom isn’t doing it for financial gain or becoming famous. He does it because he loves to make music and perform live. And any money made he donates it to friends in need or worthy causes.

He uses his songs as...


Sep 2, 2021

Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a film that instantly became a classic when it was released in 1988.

But if you haven't read Who Censored Roger Rabbit, the book it was based on, you're only getting half the story.

When Gary K. Wolf wrote it in 1981, it was practically optioned as a movie the moment it was published. And...