Willa’s Wild Life

Mooselicker says: Another masterpiece by Carter Johns. When I was a kid, my first pet was named Pork Chop. My second pet was named Hot Dog. Third: Fish Stick. I don’t think I understood the concept of pets. Most kids would love to live in a zoo, but that’s because their imaginations are better developed […]


Better known among walkers as “the show with the kid in the wheelchair,” Pelswick might have been a kid’s show where they had one of the best jokes I ever heard on children’s programming. I’ll get to that later. This is called a teaser. You know, like a girl who invites her back to her […]

Tiny Toons

Mooselicker says: Here is a guest post from fellow writer and now official blogger Rose Harmon. You can find her new blog at Red Headed Spitfire. As children of the ʻ90s, we were firmly entrenched in a very unique time in popular culture. Our toys were basic, our games were dangerous, and we learned social skills before […]

The Brave Little Toaster

Three amazing things happened in 1987. The first two were the births of the creators of this blog. We were each born in October 1987 less than a week apart. The other thing to happen was the release of the classic film The Brave Little Toaster. I don’t believe in coincidences as much as I […]

X-Men: The Animated Series

My mother always made sure my Halloween costume matched my younger sister’s. When I was in kindergarten I was Rajah the tiger from Aladdin while my sister was Jasmine. When I was in third grade I was Rodney King and my sister was a white cop with a tire iron. In first grade though, my […]

Spider-Man: The Animated Series

By now we all know the story of Peter Parker, the nerdy high school photography student who gets bitten by a genetically altered spider and becomes Spider-Man. Really the only spider quality he has is the ability to shoot web out from his wrists. That’s like any fat guy making a costume then calling himself […]

Batman: The Animated Series

I wanted to start my first post here off with a bang and write about a show everyone watched no matter what race, gender, or sexual orientation. It wasn’t until I realized through other means I have already pretty much excluded everyone from my life other than straight white males so I figured I should […]