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REVIEW: Big Hero 6: The Series – Season 1, Episodes 5 and 6, “Fred’s Bro-Tillion” and “Food Fight”

*Spoilers* In “Fred’s Bro-tillion,” Aunt Cass fights rowdy kitchen supplies. Meanwhile, Fred calls his friends, insisting that it’s an emergency, but when they arrive, he’s on the couch getting a foot rub. He tells his friends that his Bro-tillion is coming up; a Bro-tillion, h...

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REVIEW: Meet the Robinsons (2007)

After 2005’s Chicken Little, some major changes were set to take place at Walt Disney Feature Animation. Disney’s initial agreement with Pixar had expired and they elected to purchase the animation powerhouse, with John Lasseter becoming chief creative officer for both studios. The production of...

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You Should Be Watching: Over the Garden Wall (2014)

Welcome back to You Should be Watching, where I recommend a lesser known movie or TV series each week. This week we’re getting lost in the Unknown with Cartoon Network’s miniseries Over the Garden Wall. Inspired by the award-winning 2013 short film Tome of the Unknown, Over the Garden Wall was f...

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REVIEW: Big Hero 6: The Series – Episodes 3 and 4, “Issue 188” and “Big Roommates 2”

*Spoilers* In “Issue 188”, Professor Granville assigns Hiro to hang out with Karmi, who was the youngest student ever admitted to the university until Hiro was accepted. Meanwhile, High Voltage, a mother and daughter team that look like something straight out of Jem, are running amuck and the he...

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REVIEW: Chicken Little (2005)

In the mid-2000s Walt Disney Animation Studio was floundering, struggling to remain relevant. Their attempts at action and sci-fi had backfired, as had the slapstick comedy of Home on the Range. However, they pressed on with 2005’s Chicken Little, another comedy with animal characters. Chicken Lit...

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New Independent Comic The Last Line Launches Next Month

Independent comic books are on the rise of late, a response to the perceived deficiencies in the mainstream comics industry. Former DC and Marvel artist Ethan van Sciver has found great success with Cyberfrog: Bloodhoney, his revival of his Cyberfrog character, and Richard C. Meyer of Diversity &...

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