Beth Nipper, University of Iowa
Western cartoons were once entirely hand-drawn, frame by frame. With the rise of computer-based CGI and the success of movies like ‘Frozen,’ however, the medium has been seeing some drastic changes.
Olivia Wisse, Hofstra University
If you use the social media app, chances are you’ve recently encountered this trend that spoofs Cartoon Network’s programming.
Justin Spencer, University of Texas at San Antonio
Sophie N. Munoz, University of Texas at San Antonio
These shows ended suddenly at the height of their development or else hastily wrapped up their storylines, leaving viewers with questions about their favorite characters that still remain unanswered.
McKenna Uzelac, Columbia University
Unlike many older shows that are filled with outdated jokes and harmful stereotypes, this cartoon’s comedic antics still hold up.
Maui Smith, University of Pittsburgh
A lesson in politics and the diverse experience of the black American.
Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
As an actor, writer and producer, Green has quietly had a hand in some of the most iconic media of the 21st century.
Kate Maxwell, NC State University
The world needs more Beast Boy.
Ben Seidel, St. Olaf College
Under the direction of its original creator, the cartoon returned after a decade of cancellation more relevant than ever before.
Uwana Ikaiddi, University of Central Florida
That’s right—a Cartoon Network show is setting the pace for intersectional representation.
Eric McInnis, Arcadia University
The acclaimed show, which is again hauling in the accolades, begs the question: Why are there so few mature, animated series?
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