Over the past years, cartoons have given us some memorable sibling relationships. From the lovable and admired ones to the crazy and unbalanced ones.
Rocky & Bullwinkle were not alone, being joined by characters such as Mr. Peabody, Sherman, and Dudley Do-Right. Despite ending in 1964, the legacy of these characters still endure to this day.
The Warner Archive Collection has released "The Jetsons: The Complete Original Series" from 1962 and 1963 on Blu-ray. The show looks better than it's ever looked. But does the program hold up all these years later? Marshall Fish says the answer is a resounding yes.
You may be surprised to learn that some of our favorite animated male TV characters are actually voiced by women! It's extremely impressive how well these actresses are able to manipulate their voices and become male characters. Let's take a look at 9 male TV cartoon characters voice by women.
Bender is the best 'Futurama' character, so let's countdown the shiny metal robot's greatest episodes of the show with way too many humans in it.
Hanna-Barbera was on a roll in 1959 with two hits already under their belt. That year, they came out with two more series, one on TV and one in theaters: Quick Draw McGraw and Loopy de Loop
The diamonds are a big point of contention as 'Steven Universe' characters. They begin as antagonists, but they change, and some fans and critics think this change happens too quickly. So what explains this 180 from dictators to loving aunts?
In 1960, Hanna-Barbera was offered the chance to create a series for prime-time television. What they came up with was The Flintstones, one of the most iconic cartoons to ever air on TV.
Scooby-Doo is one of the most popular Hanna-Barbera characters, but where did it all start? It's time to travel back 50 years, to delve into the mystery behind the creation of such an iconic franchise.
Unlike "Family Guy" or "The Simpsons", in my opinion, "South Park" is still going pretty strong, and had a great 19th season. But why did the 20th season fail?
Felix the Cat had been an icon of silent animation, but the sound era brought about his fall. However, in 1959, his television debut would bring him back into the spotlight.
Hanna-Barbera, the creators of Tom & Jerry, found themselves at a crossroad in a changing time. What would follow led to the birth of one of animation's most famous studios.
The late 70s and early 80s were the golden age of bizarre Saturday morning cartoons. Here we present our picks for the weirdest, most disturbing, and flat out WTF-worthy animated shows of the era.