Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Most Infuriating So You’re A Cartoonist Comics

There are some works of art, some works of fiction, that just make me plain angry, some more than others. I mean, to take an example from this blog, The Boy Who Dreamed Christmas ticked me off quite greatly, since … Continue reading

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HORROR MOVIE VILLAINS IN KIDDIE CARTOONS!

If you’ve watched as much cartoons as I have, you may notice that Dracula and Frankenstein’s Monster appear in a lot of them. It’s strange, really, considering their first appearances weren’t exactly kid-friendly. Mary Shelley’s artificial creature was miserable and … Continue reading

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THE BEANO ALLSTARS

You ever look back at something you liked when you were a kid, and find that it was nowhere near as good as you remember it? As in, you thought it was decent back then, but nowadays it’s an abomination … Continue reading

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THE BOY WHO DREAMED CHRISTMAS

Originally published December 15th, 2012 OK, it’s almost Christmas – that is, if the world doesn’t end on Friday – and that means, of course, Christmas specials. In fact, around this time of year, I like to go on a … Continue reading

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GERONIMO STILTON!

Originally published 29th November, 2012 You know who was a good artist? Salvador Dali. Say what you will about his moustache, but dammit, that guy knew surrealism like the back of a floating monkey head (because surrealism, ha!) I mean, … Continue reading

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RAW TOONAGE!

Originally published November 10th, 2012 Before we look at today’s cartoon du jour, let’s take a minute to ponder on the title. This cartoon is called Raw Toonage. Raaaw Toonage. That’s the title, that’s sure the title. What does it mean … Continue reading

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THE MONSTER MASH!

Originally published October 16, 2012 There are a lot of cartoons with monsters as the stars, and why not? Kids love monsters. They are likely to be more visually interesting than human cartoon characters and appeal to the kiddies’ desire … Continue reading

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