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“The Great North” isn’t so great

Though Bouchard is an executive producer, the show was created by the Molyneux sisters and Minty Lewis - it’s very hard to miss Bouchard’s influence.

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“Animaniacs” 2020 – A reboot done right.

Finally: A reboot that does it right. And it makes perfect sense that Animaniacs - an already meta, self-referential, topical episodic comedy show would work in today’s age where every children’s cartoon reboot seems to be a meta, self-referential, topical episodic comedy show. Nothing has to change!  Okay, maybe a few things do - but… Continue reading “Animaniacs” 2020 – A reboot done right.

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Take some time to visit “Central Park.”

It’s good to be back. The world isn’t in a much better place - but I really wasn’t expecting it to be. But I did find a show - that was light and fun to bring my mood up. And it’s a musical! Central Park is a show focusing on the Tillermans- a mixed-race family… Continue reading Take some time to visit “Central Park.”

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Netflix ups its animation game with the extraordinarily colorful “Kipo.”

There’s a lot to like about the new Netflix original Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts. The background and scenery are absolutely ethereal, vivid and unique; the characters run the gamut in personality, the soundtrack is definitely one of the best I’ve heard, the so called wonderbeasts are fascinating and the world, despite being post-apocalyptic,… Continue reading Netflix ups its animation game with the extraordinarily colorful “Kipo.”

Disney, Show, Theories and Predictions

Travel to Amphibia for a fantastic journey

Amphibia is definitely my favorite show currently airing on TV; and I think it will remain that way until Infinity Train finally airs. (This is no offense to Amphibia, but I’ve been waiting for Infinity Train for literal years now.) I didn’t think too much of the show when I first heard about it. I… Continue reading Travel to Amphibia for a fantastic journey

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Generic mystery adventures await in “Victor and Valentino”

Wow. Two Cartoon Network shows in a month; usually I try to go for a little variety, but I guess timeliness beats it out this time. Victor and Valentino just started airing on Cartoon Network yesterday. The show’s pilot aired online in 2016 and was one of the few minis picked up by the network… Continue reading Generic mystery adventures await in “Victor and Valentino”