Over the years we’ve swooned with joy over the awesomeness of the Hilda books by Luke Pearson. Pearson’s art style mixes the cute, the magical and the terrifying in a series of books that follow young girl Hilda’s journey as she encouter trolls, elves and other folk in a remote northern setting. Evidently we […]
A look at what’s behind the runaway hit that is DC Super Hero Girls.
WARNING: The following contains minor spoilers for Final Space. Watch episodes Mondays at 10:30PM EST on the TBS Network. Final Space Chapter 5 airs tonight. It’s hard to know what to write about this episode. More attention is focused on interaction between Quinn & Gary, which is decidedly harsh. Quinn is completely no-nonsense and it’s great […]
WARNING: The following contains minor spoilers for Final Space. Watch episodes Mondays at 10:30PM EST on the TBS Network. Final Space Chapter 4 airs tonight. It takes four punches to tell a guy you aren’t flirting with him. Good to know. Essentially I’ve gotten what I hoped for here, Gary has wildly overblown expectations of destined […]
After months of teasers, an explosive NYCC 2017 preview panel, and the creator himself bursting at the seams with excitement on Twitter, Final Space now has an official trailer. Packed with humor, heart, and drama, this trailer sets the tone for a 10-episode season that premieres February 26th of this year on TBS. While this comedic […]
UPDATE: When reached for comment, Rob Paulsen, voice of Yakko Warner, Pinky, and your entire childhood, says with regards to the rebooted Animaniacs: “Sounds like a blast and as a fan, I’m really looking forward to the show!” Well, it’s time to laugh ’til you collapse. In a surprise move, Hulu announced today that the […]
As one of Nickelodeon’s most popular shows on air currently, The Loud House presents viewers with its dichotomous nature right off the bat. While borrowing the aesthetics of a classic fifties comic strip and the sensibilities of a sitcom from the same decade, the energetic family comedy about Lincoln Loud, the lone middle boy adrift […]
Farce or tragedy? By August we’ll know. But New Yorker’s cartoonist Shannon Wheeler (God is Disappointed in You, Grandpa Won’t Wake Up) is wasting no time with an ode to our President’s greatest medium: the tweet.
This year’s Republican National Convention (held July 18-21 in Cleveland) promises to be a spectacle of unsurpassed Marvels. Either it will be the greatest reality show episode of all time, as a TV pitchman is crowned with the nomination; or a Game of Thrones-style melee of cutthroat political intrigue that will leave the Grand Sept […]
Whaaa-at!!! When I first saw this profile of Luke PEarson in The New Yorker, I was pleased as punch. I called Pearson one of the best emerging cartoonists when I first saw his work four years ago and since then he’s definitely emerged are a best selling author. But then I got to the third paragraph with the huge news that Pearson’s Hilda series is being adapted as a 12-episode animated series set to debut on Netflix in 2018. The series will be based on the first four Hilda books, all published by Nobrow. The series will be produced by Silvergate Media (The Octonauts and Peter Rabbit.)