Tag Archives: Cartoons
"Hey Brain. If Jimmy cracks corn and nobody cares, why does he do it?"
The Israeli-Gaza conflict has made July pretty shitty in the world of hard news.
Turns out Rugrats, Hey Arnold, Rocko's Modern Life, and Dexter's Laboratory were WAYYYYYY raunchier than you ever thought as a kid.
In the real world, Spongebob is motionless and brainless.
Ever wonder what Hey Arnold would look like as a methhead? Or Doug Funnie as a smack junkie? Or whatever the […]
Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick hosted Cartoon Network’s Hall of Games Awards because it’s the offseason and NFL players need […]
I’ve spent more than a few hours stuck on a train, commuting to and from work, only to do it […]
After much public outcry (yes, some people are THAT into a cartoon), Family Guy brought back Brian from the dead in their Christmas episode that aired last
There’s nothing like a good political cartoon to get blood flowing to your dick early in the morning and today’s New York Daily News effort
4/20 is tomorrow which of course means every pothead in the world is going to tell you about it. We all remember the first time
Linzi Legacy is a singer-songwriter. But enough about her, let’s talk about her dog. The pit bull-labrador mix snores exactly like the most famous cartoon
I have no idea how many times I watched "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" in high school. At least a dozen. I'm pretty sure
It's too bad this took months to draw, because everyone hates "Gangnam Style" at this point. However, the effort is good, but not quite as
Look, we're going to be straight with you here: This may cause some serious nostalgia overload. I haven't seen "Dexter's Laboratory" in maybe a decade,
Completing this took dedication. Like, insane dedication.
Well, this was inevitable. In fact, the entire TLC line-up -- "Breaking Amish" especially -- should probably get the Sout Park treatment as well. We can only
Being a kid in the eighties and early nineties meant several things. Your parents dressed you in clothes that, under today's laws--would've landed them with
Participating in the The New Yorker’s cartoon-caption contest is perhaps the only thing I do that could be construed as intellectual. Imagine my delight, then, when
The creators of Charlie the Unicorn reimagined Chris Brown as a cartoon superhero to illustrate why most of America collectively hates him (Hint:
There are few things that bring out my inner-fanboy like Sterling Archer. Born of Adam Reed's wild imagination, the prep school-bred lax bro ISIS agent
I going to just go ahead and assume the younger generations out there don't watch "The Simpsons" with the same verve I did
If you haven't been watching the "Archer" mini-season, man... That sucks. The past two episodes have been some of Sterling Archer best exploits
Once upon a time, three of the most iconic and beloved sports heros of all time -- Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, and Bo Jackson --
Remember the New Yorker that got squished between the Union Square platform and the subway we showed you earlier? Well, a reader just put