This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Karolina Dean, a teenage Marvel superhero and member of the group the Runaways.
It’s time for my annual look at what 2017 summer movies are reasonably original, with blockbusters ranging from “Cars 3” to “Wonder Woman.”
YouTube TV, Sling TV, Playstation Vue, and DirecTV Now offer live streaming cable and broadcast channels. But which are best for live streaming cartoons?
Are Marvel comic diversity attempts the reason to blame for its slumping sales? Or is it, well, actual more logical reasons? (One guess which.)
Streaming music now makes up a majority of all US music industry revenues. Still, revenue’s below the industry’s late 90’s high point in sales.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is “Class of 3000,” an animated series that ran on Cartoon Network from 2006 to 2008.
Today’s package show post is “The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show,” featuring the famed stretching DC Comics superhero.
Verizon’s announced that it’s renaming the combined Yahoo and AOL as “Oath,” once its deal to acquire Yahoo is finalized.
Boom! Studios’ “The Woods,” written by James Tynion IV, is this year’s GLAAD Media Awards winner for Outstanding Comic Book.
In a regressive act, Congress has voted to dial back Internet privacy rules. Here’s some tips for how Internet users can boost their online privacy.