Animation Archive


I Know That Voice: A Look At The World Of Voice Acting

As long as I can remember, I’ve always been fascinated by voice acting. ┬áStill watching cartoons as an adult, I love going to IMBD to look up who voices characters on things I watch. ┬áBecause of this fascination, when I read over a year ago that John DiMaggio (the voice of Bender


FOXADHD: FOX’s Answer to Adult Swim (12 Years Too Late)

Almost 12 full years after Cartoon Network launched it’s mature humor block of cartoons, Adult Swim, Fox has finally decided it might be a good idea to compete against them with it’s new block of cartoons, FOXADHD. Launching the website (standing for Animation Domination HD) around late March, 2013, FOX has


Beware The Batman: Bringing Some Dark Back to The Dark Knight on the Small Screen

With The Dark Knight Rises still relatively fresh in most people’s minds, DC and Cartoon Network have decided it’s time to bring a new incarnation of Batman to the small screen, and this past Saturday, Beware The Batman premiered. My favorite incarnation of Batman ever was the 1990’s Batman: The Animated Series,


Who CENSORED Roger Rabbit: An old(er) perspective on an old classic

Fair warning: We’re heading into major spoiler territory here (though it’s on a 25 year old movie and a 32 year old book) If you grew up in the 80’s, chances are you’ve seen the 1988 classic (wow, calling it a classic makes me feel old) Who Framed Roger Rabbit? A few


Monster’s University: Proving That Prequels Are Never a Good Idea

When it comes to prequels, the only one I can think of off the top of my head that is excellent (let alone good at all) is…Muppet Babies! Maybe it’s the fact that I was three years old when it started airing in 1984, but I remember that show being absolutely brilliant.


Princesses won’t destroy the world. I promise.

I try to ignore most articles shared and posted in social media. People tend to comment without reading more than the title, use incorrect grammar, and generally make me want to run my head through the wall. Occasionally, however, I will come across something which sparks my interest or has been shared