Television series Rod Lott
Being a child of the 1970s, there's an entire generation's worth of
cartoons I missed out on, and they all seem to come from the same
studio: DIC Entertainment. By the time DIC came to prominence with Inspector Gadget in 1983, I was too old, and Saturday mornings were better spent on sleep.
Nonfiction Rod Lott
Zines were the blogs of their day, but you could read them in the
bathroom. In the early 1990s, I was heavily plugged into the zine
culture, sending stamps and dollar bills away in exchange for these
indie pubs. Soon, during a short period of boredom and unemployment, I
started one of my own.
Comedy Rod Lott
Hopefully, the new-to-DVD Three Stooges movie — which is actually
pretty decent, unless you're a humorless mother-nyuk-er — spurs more
viewers to try the real thing. For those wanting to sample their
black-and-white brand of slapstick with minimal investment, many
bargain-DVD collections exist containing only their material that has
fallen into the public domain.
Letters to the Editor Marty Zumpfe
Apparently, fear and
the need to be superhuman is alive and well in Hollywood. Notice how
many movies of superheroes have come out recently. In 1970-80, only four
superhero movies were released, compared to 115 released since 2001.