Tag: animation history

So much public domain goodness!

A whole lot of things are coming into the public in January! “The Great American Novel enters the public domain on January 1, 2019—quite literally. Not the concept, but the book by William Carlos Williams. It will be joined by hundreds of thousands of other books, musical scores, […]

Interview with Rebecca Sugar

Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar talks about the critical need for LGBTQIA characters in children’s programming. “By including LGBTQIA content and characters in G-rated entertainment for kids, you tell kids when they’re young that they belong in this world. You can’t not tell them that. There can’t be […]

A History of Mission Hill

At Polygon, Julia Alexander writes about the “tortured history” of Mission Hill. “Set in an undefined metropolis akin to Boston, New York City or San Francisco, Mission Hill was a show about the struggles of compromise. Kevin hates living with his brother and is a social outcast who […]