On this week’s episode of Saturday Morning Cartoons, come with us and reminisce about the early 1980s, a time when we got cartoons about just about anything and everything, when Around the World in 80 Days, Tom Sawyer, and a few others were turned into dogs (and sometimes cats) stories. The focus of today is on one particular instance of this that spawned a few reboots and films: Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds. Based on the book by Alexandre Dumas, Les Trois Mousquetaires (The Three Musketeers), something that has also been adapted by Disney with Mickey in the lead. Here, D’Artagnan is our lead, as usual, and he is now known as Dogtanian, because why not!
Get transported to through portals and adventures with a few peculiar characters.
A young man blinded as child befriends a cursed performer and together they go on the road to tell the story of a forgotten people through song and dance.
Commissioner Maigret is called upon to elucidate the murder of a young woman found dead in a park, wearing an expensive evening dress that does not seem to fit with her situation.
Comic book adaptations are everywhere lately and most of them are massive mega budget blockbusters, but what some seem to forget is that others in that field are done with much less budget, no superheroes, more ingenuity, a ton of creativity, and a tank load of talent. Let’s go over some of them here that are either less known, less seen, or seemingly have been forgotten. Starting with the Queen! Continue reading
Frank Castle, already known as The Punisher, kills a few bad guys, gets the police riled up, and organized criminals on his trail as he eliminates those he deems needing punishment.
It’s almost upon us, the beast is about to be unleashed, and people are about to… Meow? Yet, meow. If you’ve ever attended Fantasia or have seen their promo videos, you’ve heard people meow at each other in the dark. Well, this year, some will be lucky and get to go, others will be watching from home wishing they were there, and we will be bringing you as much coverage as we, well ok I, can.
In this new series, we will explore Saturday Morning Cartoons from around the world. So, grab a croissant with a chocolat chaud and join us in this exploration of cartoons from yesteryears.