Some 80s cartoon villains like Shredder got into weekly physical altercations with their enemies. Some others had absolutely no business being in such peak physical shape.
Some 80s cartoon characters are easy to shop for at Christmas time. Skeletor? A reservation for one at Castle Grayskull’s throne room. Others, not so much.
Thanksgiving has come and gone (at last) and we are now free to shamelessly celebrate the greatest time of year once again.
I decided to go a little deeper this year on Yule Log yore. Here are 17 things you might not know about the WPIX Yule Log (and some imitators).
Whatever trouble came Prince Adam’s way, we knew every episode he’d pull out that Power Sword, utter those awkward-in-retrospect words, and turn into He-Man.
He’s really good at SO much, but astonishingly bad at this.
Inspired by this 1987 G.I. Joe art, it occurred to me just how many G.I. Joe and Cobra characters were woefully ill-prepared for the rigors of battle.
Welcome to the first edition of Apoca-LIST, a weekly rundown of pop culture and entertainment characters that you’d want on your side in the event of a global apocalypse.
They’re all here, and they’re all incredible.
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