At Crime Reads, Eleni Theodoropoulos writes about Scooby Doo, Where are You? “Fifty years ago, on September 13, 1969, Scooby Doo, Where Are You! premiered on CBS. The premise of the show was always the same: whether it was a ghost, a phantom, a ghoul, or a poltergeist, […]
Hey, it’s Winnie-the-Pooh, but he’s in Russian in these three Soviet era animated stories by Fyodor Khitruk and Boris Zakhoder! (Thanks, Ed!)
Enjoy children’s book writer Eduard Uspensky’s Cheburashka in all his glory in this subtitled, stop-motion short, “Cheburashka and Crocodile Gena!” It’s like Rankin & Bass’ American puppet-mation Christmas specials, but Soviet.
Art Spiegelman writes about the history of superheroes and the rise of Fascism at The Guardian. And he includes his response to this very essay being cut from an upcoming compilation of golden age Marvel comics. “At this point, it might be worth pointing out (not out of […]
At Radio Times, there is an explanation of all the Captains Marvel. (Thanks, Ann!)
The Film School Rejects share their favorite film adaptations of “paperbacks from hell.” “If you’ve ever read a book that has a skeleton on the cover perhaps playing the banjo, riding a tricycle, working as a doctor, dressed for a wedding, or just straight up being a jack-in-the-box, […]
The Internet Archive has a collection of Eerie Magazine’s Greatest Hits. It’s just one magazine, but it’s a good one. Peer into the Moldy Mausoleum of Maniacal Memories and see what spooktacular comic stories and art are there to chill and delight you!