Category Archives: Saturday Mornings

Saturday Mornings: Visionaries – Knights of the Magical Light

When the many suns of the planet of Prysmos came into alignment, the results were catastrophic. The planet was thrust back into the Dark Ages, where magic equaled power. Because of the cataclysm, the planet was split into two warring … Continue reading

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Saturday Mornings: Space Ghost and Dino Boy

Space Ghost is one of the most popular superheroes to come out of Saturday morning. Unlike comic book heroes Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man, Space Ghost originated on television, embodying animation in the ’60s. Legendary animator Alex Toth’s use of bright colors, sleek lines and an almost … Continue reading

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The Harlem Globetrotters Cartoon

In the 1970s the Harlem Globetrotters defined professional basketball for much of the globe. The NBA was not quite yet flourishing, but these barnstorming hoop geniuses were selling out arenas all over the world. Millionaire Abe Saperstein formed the team … Continue reading

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Saturday Morning Cartoons of 1985

Saturday mornings in 2019 are a far cry from the Saturday mornings of 1985.  Hell, it’s been that way since the late 1990’s when the networks started phasing out their cartoon lineups in favor of other programming on Saturdays.  I’m … Continue reading

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Popular Cartoons We All Miss

(The following is a sponsored guest post from the folks over at StickerYou!  Check them out for cool retro themed stickers and vinyl graphics.  You can even create your own!) Let’s face it, life was much simpler when we were … Continue reading

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