Category Archives: Cartoon Sociology

Disney’s Recycle Bin

I came across a fascinating video today which shows comparisons of recycled animation from various Disney films. It’s something I had noticed, but didn’t realize just how endemic is was. Related Posts:No Related Posts

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‘gingtons

My kids like trains, although they aren’t so fond of Thomas. They absolutely love Chuggington, which is good because I do too. A world populated by trains and humans, living in harmony, each doing their jobs. However, it is hard … Continue reading

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WordWhirled (Part 3)

I couldn’t leave it alone. I just couldn’t. I’ve tried. Believe me, I’ve tried. However, my love of words won’t let me. How can the inhabitants of that most literate of worlds, WordWorld, live knowing that at any moment their … Continue reading

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Star Wars takes a Pooh

James Hance released a collection of images on September 1, 2010 that consider Star Wars characters as seen through the lens of A.A. Milne. They are fantastic! For more details, you can check out the story at BoingBoing. Related Posts:No … Continue reading

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WordWhirled (Part 2)

Previously, in Part 1 of my exploration of WordWorld, a cartoon where characters can make anything from combinations of letters they own or find lying around, I discussed the chance that some of the letters would accidentally get together and … Continue reading

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Wordwhirled (Part 1)

My kids have taken to watching a show called WordWorld. It’s pleasant, educational, and in some ways, scary. Continue reading

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