Want to be a hit at parties, or at least know what to say when the silent anger builds up to a point at the dinner table where everyone is just seething and glaring at each other? Have we got a Tumblr for you!!
If you've checked your Facebook feed lately, chances are you've seen a friend, coworker, acquaintance or former middle school teacher sharing a "new" inspirational Bill Watterson cartoon. Except, it's not actually by the reclusive artist behind the beloved 'Calvin and Hobbes' comic strip.
'Captain Planet and the Planeteers' was a mildly popular, environmentally-friendly cartoon that ran from 1990 through 1996. And like so many childhood favorites it is being shopped around as a possible new movie franchise. Sony has taken the bait, and are working on turning the cartoon into a feature length film.
Cartoon characters may seem zany and carefree, but, like us, they have deep, dark secrets. And you don’t always have to look too closely to see them. In fact, there are plenty of animated characters who’ve had brushes with the law. Here are some mug shots we were able to dig up...
The number one hit of the year in 1969 was "Sugar, Sugar", a catchy little tune by a group called The Archies. They released an album titled "Everythings Archie", but never toured. People wondered what happened to them. Turns out their cartoon show was cancelled.