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  1. Bradley Walker commented on Nancy 1 day ago

    The Retroist has been touting monster cereals for some time. Here’s an article on their costumes: http://www.retroist.com/2016/10/19/monster-cereal-shirts/

    And another on their Dorbs (including Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy): http://www.retroist.com/2016/10/21/dont-forget-fruit-brute-yummy-mummy/

  2. Bradley Walker commented on Nancy 15 days ago

    Road Runner debuted in 1949

    Mr. Peabody, 1959

    Scooby-Doo, 1969

    Casper the Friendly Ghost, 1945

    Underdog, 1964

    Woody Woodpecker, 1940

    So that’s a range from 1940 to 1969. No Ducktales, She-Ra or Wander Over Yonder. Is Guy referencing his youth, or his audience’s?

  3. Bradley Walker commented on Nancy 16 days ago

    After the first season, they took to saying, “Underdog, champion of all underdogs….” Even kids can use a dictionary.

  4. Bradley Walker commented on Nancy 18 days ago

    Ever see “Intelligent Life”?

  5. Bradley Walker commented on Jen Sorensen 26 days ago

    Is there a Like button here?

  6. Bradley Walker commented on Heart of the City about 1 month ago

    Try being unemployed for five years. Plenty of free time, but somehow it’s hard to enjoy it.

  7. Bradley Walker commented on Nancy 2 months ago

    Both Tom and Jerry spoke in the first T&J theatrical movie. Since then, in all the DTV long-form cartoons, they’ve been silent. (Latest is “Back to Oz,” itself a sequel to “Tom and Jerry meet the Wizard of Oz.” “Back to Oz” features, besides Jason Alexander as the villain, the animated debut of the Jitterbug, based on a sequence that was cut from the Judy Garland film!)

  8. Bradley Walker commented on Annie 2 months ago

    Even his hair is Tintin-colored! Oh, they knew what they were doing.

  9. Bradley Walker commented on Ali's House 2 months ago

    Number of years is missing…

  10. Bradley Walker commented on Annie 2 months ago

    To TXPAScot from yesterday: Actually, Tintin gone bad would be Freddy Lombard: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Adventures_of_Freddy_Lombard