The Hub is owned by toymaking giant Hasbro and the relationship between the two is a bit one-sided. Here’s why that is, why it’s undesirable and why latest show Shezow doesn’t fit the mould at all.
Cartoon Network’s Annoying Orange show has been hit with a lawsuit because of its similarity to a public safety campaign from North Dakota.
DC has created an official Zazzle store for the short series Super Best Friends Forever. Is it the start of a trend?
Where does one draw the line between simple fan activities and outright escapism. The Brony phenomenon provides a good example to study the blurry line between normal fandom, and potentially damaging social seclusion.
Charles’ week links for May 19th to the 25th, 2013
Cartoon Network’s upcoming series Steven Universe was recently uploaded online but was quickly pulled down. Here’s a look at why that was a poor decision.
Pixar continues to announce sequels that both delight and dismay fans. Her’s why the studio has a selective sequel problem.
The groundbreaking Powerpuff Girls garnered legions of fans, but why did they very nature of the show itself pigeonhole male fans?
The blockbuster backlash is coming and most studios are not prepared. What are the causes and potential results of this soon-to-be crash in cinema?
Disney animated TV star Pepper Ann was also the star of her own comic book. In this page, she decides to visit a comic book store.
Charles’s week links for May 12th to the 18th, 2013