I’m what one might call a bit of a Tarzan nut, in fact I’m a massive fan of most of the works by Edgar Rice Burroughs and it drives me crazy how often his works are mucked up.
Tag Archive: Animated
When kids of today think of Batman most would draw upon the versions produced Christopher Nolan or Zack Snyder but there is one iconic version that should never be forgotten; in 1966 television producer William Dozier cast Adam West as…
We’ve seen countless adaptations of Tarzan ranging from the monosyllabic Johnny Weissmuller’s Tarzan The Ape Man to the recent and more verbose Alexander Skarsgård in The Legend of Tarzan, but rarely have these “adaptations” done more than just borrow the…
The question most likely asked by many a viewer of this film would be, “Just who was Pixar’s target audience?” As a studio Pixar has easily one of the best track records, from Toy Story to Inside Out they rarely…
One could say that the story of Beauty and the Beast is a “Tale as old as time” as it has been told in varying degrees many times over the years from live action theatrical releases to television shows to…
Yesterday was Community Day at Cineplex. I decided to take my brother to see Free birds as a treat and it shocked me.
We received a message about musicians dressing up, and playing some iconic sounds. I listened in on the YouTube clip, and I was pleasantly smiling.
Growing up as a younger brother, Luigi was my character, and that carried over to superheroes. Robin became one of my favourite characters in comics and tv as he was a kid with some pretty bad-ass skills.
For those of you who are fond of the Rankin-Bass/Toho production of King Kong Escapes it may be worth your while to check out the show that was responsible for it, King Kong: The animated series.