All Episodes

  • Episode #104 – Building Worlds
    World building is a term that applies to the vastness of a fictional world. Its a concept that interestingly sees that when the fuller a universe becomes the more scrutinized the world gets as its devoted fan base tries to […]
  • Giant-Size Annual #3 – Part Two – Looking Forward to 2022
    As promised, it’s Part 2 of our Year End Annual! This time the panel looks ahead to 2022 and lists all the movies, tv, & comics we have high anticipation and hopes for. Help us usher in 2022 with some hopefully future […]
  • Giant-Size Annual #3 – Part One – Looking Back at 2021
    It’s time again for our Year End Annual! Here, in Part 1, the panel will look back and discuss all the pop culture goodness that came our way in 2021! Join the panel as we say goodbye to 2021 and get ready […]
  • Episode #103 – Wonder Woman: Celebrating 80 Years
    There is no more iconic female superhero in the world than Wonder Woman. For decades, she has been a staple of pop culture and a symbol of feminism, and women’s empowerment and this year she’s turning 80! A warrior, a […]
  • Episode #102 – Fantastic Four: 60th Anniversary
    1961, the year that started it all. Some argue it’s the start of the silver age of comics. That part is certainly up for debate but what is not is that 1961 saw the release of one of the most […]
  • Episode #101 – One Hundred and One Hot Takes
    Can you believe it’s been 101 episodes so far?!  For such a momentous milestone, we just couldn’t settle for one topic. Or even two topics. No, for our 101st episode we are shooting out 101 of the hottest takes there […]
  • Episode #100 – Definitive Five: Part III (Choosing More of Our Favorite Versions of Characters)
    Definitive 5 is back!  Frank has assembled a list of some of the most popular and interesting characters from pop culture. The only thing they all have in common, is they have all appeared in movies, comics, video games, animation, […]
  • Episode #99 – Superman: The Animated Series – 25th Anniversary
    Can you believe it’s been 25 years since Superman: The Animated Series debuted on Kids WB?! Produced as a follow up to the incredibly popular Batman: The Animated Series, Superman shared many of the same creators and is just as […]
  • Episode #98 – Disney+ Day 2021 Reactions
    Last year, Disney Investor Day was an unexpected flood of new and exciting news for upcoming Star Wars, Marvel, and Animation projects coming over the next few years. This year, the event is renamed Disney Plus Day and brings us […]
  • Episode #97 – Shows Within Shows
    One of the little talked about, but fun aspects of a TV show or movie is the world that exists within that world.  Some of our favorite characters have an affinity for TV, movies, and comics just like us. We’re looking […]
  • Episode #96 – Loveable Jerks
    There is a phenomenon in media where audiences are treated to characters who partake in less-than-savory actions and behavior. More than ever the phrase “no redeemable qualities what-so-ever” can apply to some of the most memorable figures in pop culture. Jerks, loveable […]
  • Episode #95 – Misdiagnosed Horror
    It’s Halloween time, and if we were going to ask you what you associate most with the season, horror movies might be one of the first things that pops to mind. Horror movies are big business and each year there are […]
  • Episode #94 – DC Fandome 2021 Reactions
    Back in 2020 DC Comics started DC Fandome, a virtual convention showcasing their latest slate of comics, movies, Back in 2020 DC Comics started DC Fandome, a virtual convention showcasing their latest slate of comics, movies, animation, and TV news. […]
  • Episode #93 – When Characters Evolve
    Characters can sometimes take on a life of their own. What starts as a clearly defined character identity or traits can over time grow into something else. Something much further from the original idea. The reasons for this occurring can be as […]
  • Episode #92 – The Topic is Bond, James Bond
    Globally, James Bond is one of the biggest franchises that there is. This week will see the release of the highly anticipated, latest James Bond film and the last to star Daniel Craig, No Time to Die. Created by author Ian […]
  • Episode #91 – Best Buddies and Peculiar Pairs
    Whether it’s the best friend, the partner, the roommate, or even a tenuous temporary team up, pop culture is filled with examples of memorable duos. There is something exciting about seeing characters who are opposites get into trouble and play […]
  • Episode #90 – Saturday Morning Memories
    Certain entertainment mediums can actually lay claim to a specific day of the week. New comics has Wednesdays. Movie releases have Fridays.  Football has Sundays. But in the case of cartoons, there was a glorious time when cartoons owned Saturdays. […]
  • Episode #89 – Carrying on the Legacies
    While many heroes you encounter in film, TV, and comics are one of kind, there are are plenty of occasions where you see a hero persona or identity that is occupied by multiple characters instead of just one. It could […]
  • Episode #88 – Spotlight: Jack Kirby – The King of Comics
    The world of comic books has been home to many influential creators, and maybe the biggest of them all is none other than Jacob Kurtzberg aka Jack Kirby. Kirby worked as an artist, writer, and sometimes editor, where he developed […]
  • Episode #87 – The Continued Influence of Citizen Kane
    Often touted as the greatest movie never made, Citizen Kane opened this week 80 years ago. It was not a commercial success in it’s initial release in 1941, but the Orson Welles classic is a tour-de-force of filmmaking that still resonates […]
  • Episode #86 – Favorite Fictional Schools
    Summer is over and that means one thing: school starts up again! That’s right, sorry kiddos, it’s back to school season. Even though summer ending can be a drag, we here at Let Me Know How It Is wanted to […]
  • Episode #85 – Back to the Past with Samurai Jack
    The very nature of animation production grants creators many avenues to create something imaginative, special, and unique, and Gendy Tartakovsky’s Samurai Jack stands as a prime example of that. When Samurai Jack premiered on Cartoon Network in 2001 nothing had […]
  • Episode #84 – The Suicide Squad
    One of our most anticipated films of 2021 is Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn’s first foray into the DC Universe, The Suicide Squad. A no holds barred romp featuring a motley assortment of some of the DCU’s most […]
  • Episode #83 – Transformers: The Movie Turns 35
    35 years ago, children of the mid-1980s were enthralled by cartoons based around toy lines. They could be found everywhere on TV; weekday mornings, after school, and of course on Saturday mornings. That was Television only though, you didn’t see […]
  • Episode #82 – San Diego Comic-Con 2021 @Home Reactions
    🎵 It’s the most wonderful time of the year. 🎵 No it’s not Christmas time — it’s Comic Con!!!! (Kind of a Christmas in July, we suppose.) Just like last year, the good promoters and organizers are bringing San Diego […]
  • Episode #81 – Watching (and Reading) the Detectives
    Everyone loves a good mystery. A well crafted “Who Done It?” is among the most exciting kind of story to read or watch; and a huge part of those stories is the Detective, a focal character who learns all the plot […]
  • Episode #80 – Blockbusters
    Everyone has heard the term “Hollywood Blockbuster.” You have probably seen at least a few dozen by now, but what actually classifies a movie becoming a blockbuster? What is the history? What are some of the traits these films have in common? How […]
  • Episode #79 – Happy 80th, Captain America
    During World War II, comic readers saw many characters address the conflict on the world stage head on. Creators on characters like Superman and Batman pivoted creatively to deal with the war effort in addition to other characters of The […]
  • Episode #78 – Superhero Swap
    Back in the mid 1990s there was a bizarre and shocking moment in comic book history where a swap of two characters between the Big Two comic book companies almost took place. Marvel Comics and DC Comics had in the works […]
  • Episode #77 – Spotlight: The Rocketeer
    There are certain movies that are remembered as being crucially important signifiers to Hollywood that comic books could be profitable subject matter; 1979’s Superman, 1989’s Batman, 1998’s Blade, X-Men from 2000 and Spider-Man from 2002 all played a part in […]
  • Episode #76 – Fictional Dads (Good and Bad)
    Pop culture is filled with notable fathers and father figures. From Star Wars to The Simpsons, dad’s play an important part in the development of our lead characters. They can act as an influence towards positive growth, but sometimes through the sins […]
  • Episode #75 – Super Suits on Screen
    We are currently living in the Golden Age of Superhero movies. It’s hard to remember the fact that superhero movies were far less prevalent than they are today; and back then when one was made, usually there were all kinds […]
  • Episode #74 – Definitive Five: Part II (More of Our Favorite Character Versions)
    The Definitive Five returns!  There are occasions where you might find a single character appear in films, tv, comics, animation, and video games, and you might also find that there are often significant differences between the different versions.  Sometimes the […]
  • Episode #73 – Spotlight: The Venture Bros.
    Adult Swim has produced many cult-favorite animated shows, and high among them is The Venture Bros.  An action-comedy about a failed scientist, his two dim-witted boys, their bodyguard and the globe-trotting adventures they go on. What once started as a […]
  • Episode #72 – Remember When
    Chances are, somewhere, in your media viewing past, you have encountered a flashback. Be it in a comic book, tv show or movie; what was once a tool in the storytellers toolbox, flashbacks have now become so incredibly common place […]
  • Episode #71 – Who Would Win … ? (And Other Questions)
    If you have ever stepped foot into a comic book shop, chances are you were lucky enough have overheard or partook in some colorful comic shop conversation. Banter that typically centers on dream battles that pit characters of similar power sets […]
  • Episode #70 – Episodes in a Bottle
    “Bottle Episode” is a loose term that describes a notable style of episode in Television. Stories set in one location or the famed “clip show” are two examples of the kind of bottle episodes fans will see. But, bottle stories don’t exist […]
  • Episode #69 – When Fictional Universes Collide!
    Every franchise out there is looking for a way to bring more eyeballs to their product and maybe the easiest way to create interest by fans is to bring two franchises together for a crossover, especially if those franchises come […]
  • Episode #68 – Why Didn’t This Get Made?! – Animation Edition
    For every one of the numerous animated classics that have been released over the years, there are countless animated ideas that never come into fruition. It’s amazing to think of how many would-be-classics might have happened if development had continued on […]
  • Episode #67 – How Did This Get Made?! – Animation Edition
    Generally speaking, in animation, if you can dream it and draw it, you can make it. Cartoons have so many examples of unexpected, daring creative ideas that become classics. On occasion, however, an occasional cartoon comes along that can be a bit […]
  • Episode #66 – Best Movie Year: ’84, ’89, or ’99?
    Each year, literally hundreds of movies are released in the United States, and any one of them has the potential to become a favorite for movie lovers, and perhaps even one day come to be considered a bona fide classic. With […]
  • Episode #65 – March Sitcom Madness! – Part Three
    It’s time for Part 3, and the exciting conclusion of Sitcom Madness is here! In our second edition of the Let Me Know How It Is March Madness style tournament, we will collectively crown our favorite sitcom of all time! […]
  • Episode #64 – March Sitcom Madness! – Part Two
    Sitcom Madness Part 2! In our second edition of the Let Me Know How It Is March Madness style tournament, we will collectively crown our favorite sitcom of all time! The tournament started with 64 of the best sitcoms ever. Now […]
  • Episode #63 – March Sitcom Madness! – Part One
    It’s March and that means one thing: March Madness! In our second edition of the Let Me Know How It Is March Madness style tournament, we will collectively crown our favorite sitcom of all time! The panel will match up 64 […]
  • Episode #62 – Superman: Family, Friends, and Foe
    The world of Superheroes is made so much stronger by the supporting cast they host, and the world of Superman is no different. Appearing in literally thousands of stories across comic books, radio, TV, and film, Superman has been one […]
  • Episode #61 – Chosen Ones
    The archetype of the hero can come in many different forms, but a common one is the trope where a character is deemed the Chosen one. The idea of the “Chosen One” is most typically found in fantasy fiction; usually a […]
  • Episode #60 – Definitive Five: Our Favorite Versions of Characters Across Media
    Often there can be variations for characters depending on which form of media you encounter them in. Sometimes the differences in these variations can be slight, while other times they can, of course, be very big. The panel will look […]
  • Episode #59 – Spotlight: Dwayne McDuffie
    Dwayne McDuffie is one of the most important creators in the modern era of comics. Probably best known, and most importantly, as the co-founder and one of the architects of Milestone Media, a comic book company focused on better representing minorities […]
  • Episode #58 – Fictional Relationships (and Relationshipwrecks)
    Romantic subplots drive so much story in western media.  In fact, romantic subplots might be the single most common trait among all genres of storytelling in all forms of media.  Love is always going to be part of the action, […]
  • Episode #57 – Super Heroic Ages
    If you’ve read comics for any length of time, chances are you have heard the phrase Golden Age or Silver Age. These phrases can apply to any medium, but in comics they are very specific eras; the one thing they […]
  • Episode #56 – Great Moments in So-So Comic Book Movies
    Today, there is a trend of some half-dozen comic book movies released each year, and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. What it indicates is that right now we truly are in the golden age of comics being adapted […]
  • Episode #55 – Spinning Off
    Sometimes when watching a movie or show, the story that’s told just isn’t enough. Even after the credits roll, sometimes the audience wants more. Sequels and prequels are not the only ways though. More can come in other forms. That’s where spin offs […]
  • Episode #54 – We’ve Got More (Single) Issues
    This week marks one full year since the launch of Let Me Know How It Is! To mark this occasion, we will be revisiting our very first topic! In our first episode, Frank, Tommy, Clifton, and Zack listed some of […]
  • Giant-Size Annual #2 – Part Two – Looking Forward to 2021
    2020‌ ‌didn’t‌ ‌go‌ ‌as‌ ‌planned‌ ‌for‌ ‌anyone.‌ ‌With‌ ‌many‌ ‌movies‌ ‌and‌ ‌TV‌ ‌releases‌ ‌being‌ ‌pushed‌ ‌back,‌ ‌2021,‌ ‌as‌ ‌a‌ ‌result,‌ ‌we will‌ ‌likely‌ ‌see‌ ‌roughly‌ ‌two‌ ‌years‌ ‌worth‌ ‌of‌ ‌content‌ ‌released.‌ ‌Needless‌ ‌to‌ ‌say‌ ‌an‌ ‌enormous‌ ‌amount‌ ‌of‌ ‌content‌ ‌is‌ ‌on‌ ‌the‌ […]
  • Giant-Size Annual #2 – Part One – Looking Back at 2020
    Last year Let Me Know How It Is ended the year with a Two-Part Giant Sized Year End Annual where we reflected on the things we had watched throughout the year and then looked ahead to the coming new year. […]
  • Episode #53 – Deck the Halls with Christmas Specials
    Tis the season to be Jolly! Not to mention this is also the season for Christmas TV Specials and holiday-themed episodes from some of your favorite shows! Come celebrate the spirit of the season with the panel as they discuss […]
  • Episode #52 – Reactions to the Onslaught of News from Disney Investor Day
    Disney Investor Day was held on December 10th, 2020, and surprisingly they announced a massive slate of new projects to be released over the next few years. These exciting, and numerous, new projects from Star Wars, Pixar, Disney Animation, and of […]
  • Episode #51 – Spotlight – Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
    Batman Beyond is one of the most beloved animated superhero shows of all time. The series’ straight-to-video companion movie Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker sent shockwaves through the fans of the show and of its preceding Batman the Animated […]
  • Episode #50 – Holly Jolly Hallmark
    The MCU, Star Wars, Pokémon; all are examples of properties that we would never have predicted how popular they would ultimately become when they first started. Believe it or not, another example of that is Hallmark movies. Hallmark made-for-tv movies […]
  • Episode #49 – Current Cartoon Classics
    We’re huge fans of animation of all kinds here at Let Me Know How It Is, and as such, we like to spread the joy of the art form around a little bit. In this episode, Clifton, Tommy, Frank, and […]
  • EXTRA – Pop Culture Junk Food
    One indicator of a pop culture property’s success is the amount of merchandise that goes a long with it: toys, children’s books, school supplies, even bed sheets and beach towels are all relatively common. But in some ways, the true […]
  • Episode #48 – Marvel Cinematic Universe Memorable Moments
    In addition to being massively successful summer blockbusters, the movies of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) also garner a very passionate fan-following of both children and adults who tune in thanks to a continuously developing overarching story. Many people have […]
  • Episode #47 – Spotlight: Home Alone
    Today, kids movies tend to be thought of as Pixar, talking animal cartoons, or even the marvel films to some extent. The live-action kids movie was something that was quite commonly produced during the 1990s however, and one of the most […]
  • EXTRA – Invincible Animated Trailer Reactions
    Robert Kirkman is probably best known for his post-apocalyptic zombie drama The Walking Dead. What may be new to some fans is that along with artist Cory Walker, he’s also created Invincible; which is their modern take on a more […]
  • Episode #46 – Villains: What’s Your Type?
    Comics books, movies, TV, and the rest of pop culture are filled with wonderful heroes; but they are also filled with wonderful villains with which the heroes can match wits. There are many different ways you can categorize bad guys, […]
  • Episode #45 – Scary Things When We Were Kids
    Trick-or-treating and dressing up as a favorite creature or character are beloved Halloween traditions, as well as, for many, sitting down in a darkened theater, or living room, and  watching something spooky to experience some thrills and chills. Everyone has […]
  • EXTRA – It’s Time for Animaniacs… Again
    Animaniacs was a cartoon that debuted in the mid-1990s and is fondly remembered by fans to this day. So much so that Hulu saw an opportunity and in the Fall of 2020 the streaming service will debut its relaunch of the […]
  • Episode #44 – When TV Turns into Movies
    Typically whenever a television show is canceled, we tend to think that’s the end for it, but more and more we see that isn’t necessarily the case. It isn’t uncommon for a show to have a semblance of a second […]
  • Episode #43 – Bat-Fatigue (Or: Too Much Batman?)
    Batman is unquestionably one of the most popular characters in the entire DC Universe, if not THE most popular. Ever since his creation in 1939, the character has maintained continued, uninterrupted publication, a rare occurrence in comics especially for a […]
  • Episode #42 – Friendly Neighborhood Hangouts
    Everybody has a spot they frequent. A place you can go to meet with friends and chat, hang out, and plan your next hilarious scheme. Well, maybe not the scheming part, but that’s the way it works in TV and movies. […]
  • Episode #41 – Underrated Super Heroes and Villains
    Decades ago only a rare few comic characters grew to become household names. Over the last few years, however, many more characters have grown to become favorites of fans. With the help of film and tv, more comic characters than […]
  • Episode #40 – Spotlight: Miller’s Crossing
    Few names in American cinema carry the cache of Joel and Ethan Coen: the Coen Brothers. Over their careers, they have produced critically acclaimed film after critically acclaimed film. Upon viewing their films, their genius is quite apparent, even when […]
  • Episode #39 – DC FanDome Day 2 Reactions
    Day two of DC FanDome is here! The interactive fan experience that showcases all the exciting projects in comics, TV, and animation that are coming soon from DC Entertainment. Day one brought some exciting news and a few big surprises, […]
  • Episode #38 – The Value of Shock?
    For as long as there have been stories, storytellers have tried to surprise audiences with what will happen in their tales. Shock Value is a weapon in the storyteller’s tool kit to keep audiences guessing and to ensure the is […]
  • EXTRA – Thoughts on the Upcoming Animated Batman: Death in the Family
    On October 13th will see the release of Batman: Death in the Family, the new interactive film produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. Brandon Vietti (Young Justice) has written and directed the “choose your own adventure” style film that is based […]
  • Episode #37 – Foreboding Futures and Dystopian Dimensions
    Popular media is full of stories that give audiences a glimpse into what the future might possibly hold in store for their beloved characters. And other times they show what the characters’ lives might have been like, in alternate dimensions, […]
  • Episode #36 – DC FanDome Reactions
    Virtual conventions are all the rage right now. In that spirit, DC Comics has launched DC FanDome, an interactive fan experience that will showcase all the exciting projects in-development and soon to come over at DC Entertainment. The panel sits […]
  • EXTRA – Our 5 X-Men
    #My5XMen was trending recently on social media, and it presented an interesting exercise: build your dream team X-Men roster with only five members. How do you decide? Do you pick your five favorites? Do you match up characters that don’t […]
  • Episode #35 – Watch Challenge: Cowboy Bebop / Rick and Morty
    It’s time for another Watch Challenge: where one member of our panel challenges another member to watch a selection of episodes from a show that the challenger thinks the other person would become a fan of if only they would […]
  • Episode #34 – Spotlight: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
    “Based on the Graphic Novel” are common words to see in the credits of movies these days. Comic books have become an invaluable source of inspiration for many Hollywood movies, but comics extend beyond the commonly associated superheroes. Every once in a […]
  • Episode #33 – Representation and Super Heroes
    The demographics for super hero comic book readers are as wide and varied as the many super powers audiences will find in the adventures inside. Exclusivity has been a part of comics since the beginning. For too long there have […]
  • Episode #32 – San Diego Comic-Con at Home: Reactions From Home
    With San Diego Comic-Con going virtual for 2020, we thought it would be fun to do a reaction show for all the exciting news, and announcements that came out of Comic-Con at Home. Come have a seat and join the party […]
  • Episode #31 – Breaking Good: Villain Face Turns
    In the world of superhero storytelling, the villain is crucially important. While providing the hero with something to fight against they also offer a countering point-of-view to contrast against the good-natured purity of the hero. Over the years though, audiences […]
  • Episode #30 – Changes From Panel to Screen
    One of the most exciting things for comics fans is seeing their favorite characters come to life on the big or small screen. From time to time however, fans are sometimes treated to a version of the character that doesn’t […]
  • Episode #29 – One More Issue, Please
    All good things must come to an end, but do they have to come to an end so soon?  The comic industry is full of stories of a fan-favorite series coming to an abrupt end, for a multitude of reasons. You […]
  • Episode #28 – Why We Love the Marvel Universe
    Timely. Atlas. These are some of the names for the comic book company that would one day eventually become known as Marvel Comics: home to such beloved characters as Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Captain America, Thor, and the […]
  • Episode #27 – Why We Love the DC Universe
    In 1938 Action Comics #1 debuted on comic stands and introduced the world to Superman. It was on that day, in a sense, that the DC Universe was born. The same universe that would become home to later creations like […]
  • Episode #26 – Spotlight: Dick Tracy
    Now, audiences can find any number of superhero movies released per year, but before their relatively recent boom in theatres, superhero movies were a rare occurrence. Often, a sort of quasi-superhero movie would come around, but instead of showcasing a […]
  • Episode #25 – To Be Continued, Or Not To Be Continued?
    That is the question. There are many ways to categorize types of storytelling, but one way is serialized versus episodic. One strings together multiple installments to tell a larger tale where the other utilizes a single installment to tell a single […]
  • Episode #24 – Superhero Staying Power?
    Disco. Westerns. There are many examples of things that were once popular that have since died out. The question is, are we in the middle of one of those scenarios as we speak? Thanks to their incredible success at the […]
  • Episode #23 – Untapped Potential in Pop Culture
    How many times have you read a comic or watched a show and encountered something that made you think, ”this is such a great idea, why don’t they do more with this?” What properties exist out there that could be […]
  • Episode #22 – Spotlight: Darwyn Cooke
    Darwyn Cooke is an Eisner and Harvey award winning comic creator. Probably best known for his seminal 2006 love letter to the DC’s silver age The New Frontier, his resume as both a writer and an artist consists also of […]
  • Episode #21 – Insert Coin: Select Your Super Hero
    Superheroes are not just found in comics, they’re in all of our media these days. They are in the movies, on tv, and in animation. But, sometimes we forget that before they came to be done so superbly well there, […]
  • Episode #20 – Sequels: What Happens Next
    All good stories have a beginning, middle, and an end, but sometimes there’s more after the screen turns black and the lights come up. What happens after the good guy rides off into the sunset? What happens after the couple says […]
  • Episode #19 – Spoiler Alert-iquette
    Darth Vader is [CLASSIFIED]! Rosebud is [REDACTED]? Spoilers are all over the place and you can accidentally stumble upon one anywhere. For this episode, the panel discusses Spoiler Etiquette, and how we can make endings safe for everyone who still […]
  • Episode #18 – Watch Challenge: DuckTales / Justice League Action
    Tommy issued the challenge. He would choose five episodes of Justice League Action for Zack to watch and in return he would watch five episodes of Ducktales from Zack’s choosing. The episodes were selected; the entire panel has viewed them, […]
  • Episode #17 – Spotlight: Saved By The Bell
    Saved by the Bell was a mega popular teen comedy show that ran for four seasons on NBC in the 90s. The show followed Zack, Kelly, Jessie, Slater, Lisa and of course Screech as they navigated love, relationships, teachers, parents, […]
  • Episode #16 – Smells Like Teen Heroes
    Very few concepts in comics have been as revolutionary as the introduction of the teenage superhero. Their introduction has opened the door to many new creative opportunities for tension and drama. On the cusp of a marvel event focusing on […]
  • Episode #15 – Batman 1940: And 80 Years of Cats, Birds, and Jokes
    Creating something that maintains its relevance for 80 years is a remarkable achievement, and this year three enduring characters will reach that milestone. The Joker, Catwoman, and Robin: three characters that have pierced the zeitgeist of the pop culture outside […]
  • Episode #14 – March Animation Madness! – Part Three
    The exciting conclusion of Animation Madness is here! The panel thought it would be fun to introduce their own style of March Madness with a tournament to crown their favorite cartoon series of all time. We started with 64 and […]

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