Category Archives: American Animation

Cartoons Worth A Damn: Astonishing X-Men – Gifted

Up until the recent releases of the atrocious “Iron Man: Armored Adventures” and sub-par “Ultimate Spider-Man” cartoons, I’d always had a great deal of faith in Marvel animated series. (Ooh, also I forgot that dreadful Canadian Fantastic Four show. But that’s beside … Continue reading

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Cartoons Worth A Damn: Green Lantern (?)

If you asked me to choose whether Marvel or DC has more interesting characters, I’d personally have to give the honor to the former, but that isn’t to say, of course, that DC is a washout. Batman (and by extension, … Continue reading

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Ahh, My Batman’s Back

You’ve heard me mention that I count Batman: The Animated Series as the finest example of American animated television and I stand by that. I’m a big anime fan, but I solemnly believe that BTAS is good enough to be matched against … Continue reading

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First Look: ThunderCats (2011)

Let me just start by saying that I almost never watched the original ThunderCats cartoon when it was on Toonami a decade ago. At the time, I was far too preoccupied with anime series like Dragon Ball Z and Gundam … Continue reading

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