Batman Beyond celebrates 20 years since it premiered in January 10, 1999. I was 15 years old when the show first aired on the WB Network, and I vividly remember getting excited for this show. I immediately fell in-love with the series from the very first episode and had been a loyal fan since then– to this day!Continue reading
I am never more happy than when I am basking in my Animaniacs nostalgia.
When I found out that Rob Paulsen (Yakko) and music writer, Randy Rogel, teamed up to put together a full, live orchestra concert to perform songs from the show live on stage… I had to be there. The show, as expected, was absolutely FABOO!
Our guest this week is musician, George Shaw. You’ve heard his music at The Geekie Awards and Geek & Sundry’s TableTop with Wil Wheaton. He also wrote and produced ‘Star Wars Musical’, a Disney parody! We got to chat with him about music, movies, cartoon theme songs and what it means to be a creator online.
Warner Brother’s (and the Warner Sister) Animaniacs shaped my childhood and fed my already wacky-off-putting-sense-of-humor. Rob Paulsen, known as the voice of Yakko and Pinky, has been doing a live version his podcast show to the Jon Lovitz Podcast Theater, bringing along his fellow voice actors to talk and sing to fans. On Friday night, April 12th 2013, he finally brought his co-stars to the show, Tress MacNeille (Dot) and Jess Harnell (Wakko). I was lucky enough to snag tickets to this sold out show and finally see all three of my childhood heroes on stage.
Los Animales is a web comic hosted at Animalsoundsrecords.com, written by Liz O. and drawn by Jeaux J. Pedro Lionovsky and Manda Pandarosian stars as the two, somewhat snarky, main characters of the series and they are working at the very last record store in town. Liz O. is not only a writer by trade, she is also a DJ and probably my biggest music nerd friend. Los Animales celebrated its release at Club Underground at the Grand Star Jazz Club in Chinatown, where Liz djs every other Friday.
WeLoveFine.com is hosting this fun contest to celebrate My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Season 3 and Twilight Sparkle’s transformation into an alicorn princess! Our fellow Pony Geek has leveled up. Who said bookworms who live in libraries couldn’t be a princess too?
Twilight Sparkle represents young girls who find their strength, power and confidence from knowledge and from reading. Even though she is kind of a nerd, she’s super adorable and attracts all kinds of friends. Everypony should aspire to be someone like her — smart with tons of loyal friends!