Saturday Morning Cartoons is a recurring series in which Brad Gullickson continues the animation-centric ritual of yesteryear. We may no longer schedule our lives around small screen programming, but that doesn’t mean we should forget the necessary sanctuary of Saturday ‘toons.
The ’90s cartoon series behaved unlike any other cartoon series, chasing hysterical absurdity by any means necessary.
‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’ provides a beacon for developing souls to follow. Every day is an opportunity for change.
Genndy Tartakovsky’s ‘Primal’ is not just a bloody bout of prehistoric action. It’s a devastating examination of grief and rage.
The cartoon series happily lampoons your favorite franchise but never betrays the soul of Gene Roddenberry.
While you may not know the names Mark Mueller or Carl Barks, they were crucial in capturing your imagination regarding ‘DuckTales.’
We look back at ‘X-Men: The Animated Series’ and celebrate its audacity.
We return to the early nineties and revel in the unapologetically strange and wonderful ‘Gargoyles’ cartoon series.
The identity of the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ required years of revision as the characters hopped from comics to cartoons to movies.
The Fleischer brothers reluctantly agreed to take on Superman, and in the process, they revolutionized the character.