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Best Geeky Finds – Ducktales Woo-Hoo!

You may recall me writing about Darkwing Duck about a year ago, and how it was one of my favorite cartoons as a kid. Second to that were all the other Disney afternoon shows, most of all Ducktales. The very adventure of the show and mystery behind some of the characters (Magica, I’m looking at you, who the heck are you?) made it a perfect program for both children and pre-teens. Thankfully, in the recent tradition of 90s reboots, Disney has rebooted Ducktales. I have been waiting for this since nearly six months ago when casting was announced and confirmed that David Tennant would voice Scrooge McDuck, the billionaire adventurer who takes in his great-nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie.   Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Ducktales Woo-Hoo!

Irregular’s Intel – Saturday Mornings

I remember when Saturday meant a morning filled with cartoons. From Super Friends to Looney Toons and everything in between, it was awesome. I was convinced that I would eventually grow out of it, but I did not. The cartoons just got either super cool or hella weird. In either case, it was one of the things that made Saturdays the best. It wasn’t until I got older and discovered the fall preview issue of the TV Guide that I got so jazzed about Saturday mornings! I could gather intel on the new cartoons coming out for Saturday, as well as the syndicated ones… I was becoming an informed viewer and I loved it!  Continue reading Irregular’s Intel – Saturday Mornings

Best Geeky Finds – Gravity Falls but Needs to Rise Again

Blog-BGFI’m not the first to point out I’m far too old to not be a parent and yet still be watching Disney XD, unless it is a Star Wars-related program. And yet every week, for 2 years, I have been watching the TV guide on Monday nights for new episodes of what can easily be described as a show about 12-year-old Mulder and Scully living in Oregon in the 90s while everybody else lives in present day. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Gravity Falls but Needs to Rise Again