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I remember a lot about my youth. If it didn't involve sports, it was a close second to television. Back when things where still drawn in this country, their existed shows that relied on a lot of current events. Spies and space travel was the order of the day and a lot of cartoon shows back then were based on that. Jonny Quest had the espionage and the suspense, The Herculoids had strange creatures on other worlds and the Banana Splits showed just how kooky we all had become because of it.
From the late 50's to the early or middle 90's, animation rules the weekend mornings. Only shows like Quest or the Flintstones had the attention of the prime time audiences but showed that studios such as Hanna Barbara were the kings of their day.
I want to retain knowledge of what kept my spirits up back then. From Bugs to Daffy to Space Ghost and Grape ape, I remember my happiest time as a child. I remember the songs and the marketable items associated with what I enjoyed the most. I enjoyed cartoons and old tv shows of all sorts.
Welcome to CARTOONS AND CEREAL. Escape the day to day and come here if you can. I'll roll back the tape for you. I'll send you back to your youth.
This Fall will mark the end of saturday morning cartoons on broadcast television after a 6 decade run. If you were a kid anytime after 1960 you will remember what is what like watching cartoons after a long hard week of class and homework
Also a sports update including a wrap up on the NBA Finals
Introductory to Sam C and Tim V
A little about themselves
Did they watch cartoons and have a favorite? How did they get into comics?
Which to them is better, DC or Marvel - in books and movies. Who are their favorites
Who has the best chance to beat the Hulk. I refuse to believe he cant be beat
Chat (at the bottom of this page) or call in/skype with questions and comments
This episode of Comics-Anime-Cartoons-and other ish, I bring in my first female fan of the Comic group on facebook. She will take us back to the beginning of her love for comics and her favorites, likes and dislikes of characters and movies.
I will be taking calls and reading the live chat box (below) in the last 10 or 15 minutes of the show so she can answer questions or reply to comments.
Please keep the conversation, comments and questions appropriate. Thank you.
Recently there's been a wave of statues being donated to public entites that celebrate the worshiping of satan and the demonic realm. Many statues depict these figures with the most vulnerable of our society, which are the children. However, there's a surge of new cartoons beyond the famed Veggie Tales that are embarking a fight to counteract this type of targeting.
Journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews visionary and animator Horace Christian, Jr the creator behind the new Christian children's cartoon series Dex Davis.
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human. This show airs most Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. Keeping it Human is about human speak, not marketing speak, that gets results. We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS. If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition.
Cartoons Can Teach Us A Lot About Marketing
In a world of too much noise, the most difficult part of reaching customers is connecting – being brief and meaningful. This is where cartoons can teach business owners, entrepreneurs, marketers tons. Those short captions that get to the whole story – yep, that’s about as much time as you have to reach your audience today!
Join me Thurs, September 19th, for a lively chat with cartoonist Liza Donnelly about humor, and why marketing can learn a hell of a lot from cartoons.
About Liza Donnelly
Liza Donnelly is a cartoonist and writer for The New Yorker Magazine, Forbes.com and WomensEnews.org. As a public speaker, she delivered a very popular TED talk, and travels as a cultural envoy for the US State Department. Donnelly is the author/editor of fifteen books, among them When Do They Serve The Wine?; Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons, a history of women cartoonists. Her new book is titled Women On Men, due out in 2013.
She is a charter member of Cartooning for Peace, and is one of the founding members of the US chapter of the international cartoonists’ organization FECO. She conceived of and edits World Ink.org, a site of cartoons from contributors around the globe. She has curated numerous exhibits of international cartoonists, here and abroad.
Unknown to most people I know, I enjoy watching anime cartoons. A typical reaction may be that anime is nerdy, but it is the main style of animated shows and movies in Japan. There is a vast difference in the presentation of anime in comparison to typical American animations. I will discuss those differences and why I find anime particularly interesting.
Starting Next Week on June 18th I am kicing off my Dark Mystical Animation 8 Week Series. For 8 weeks (every wednesday) a group of Like Minded Women will come together and discuss a Mystical (Occulit) Cartoon or Animation.
Kick off Call is on Malificent and Rape Culture. Cost onlt $35 but FREE for anyone who has taken any of my Classes or Mentorship this year, 2014. If you want to join contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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