The Flintstones And The Jetsons Vol 1

Author: Mike Carlin
Publisher: DC Comics
ISBN: 9781401277765
Size: 18.75 MB
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Fred, Wilma, Barney and Betty are at it again, and this time they brought some friends: George, Jane, Elroy and Judy Jetson! These two families animated prime-time television more than fifty years ago, but their loveable, bumbling antics are as timeless as the ages they live in. This collection includes some of the greatest comic hits from rock stars of animation, including: Fired! Big Baby Spacely Dodo A-Go-Go The First Purple Dinosaur on TV! Collects THE FLINTSTONES AND THE JETSONS #1-6.

The Flintsones And The Jetsons

Author: Mike Carlin
Publisher:
ISBN: 1401272401
Size: 19.40 MB
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Yaba-daba-doo, Elroy! Two of the most iconic cartoon franchises of all-time are here in this graphic novel featuring The Flintstones and the Jetsons! In this two-in-one collection, see stories inspired by the classic TV shows with history's two finest families. Meet Fred, Wilma, Pebbles and Dino all over again! Visit the high flying Jetsons one more time! This graphic novel is perfect for kids and adults alike in THE FLINTSTONES AND THE JETSONS VOL. 1! Collects issues #1-5.

Toons That Teach

Author: Steve L. Case
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0310259924
Size: 15.55 MB
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That's NOT All, Folks!Cartoons feature fun characters, catchy music, and hilarious stories , but if that's all you think they're good for----you're missing out! Behind the wacky dramas and laugh-out-loud gags, cartoons can teach viewers a little something about life, about themselves, even about God.Author Steven Case explores the world of cartoons for subtle spiritual principles. He gives these modern fables the respect they're due by calling attention to important topics such as:-Friendship-Integrity-Motivation-Prayer Open the door to serious discussion by breaking the ice with laughter. As Paul writes, there is a 'basic holiness that permeates all things.' Toons That Teach shows us how to look for the presence of the Holy Spirit in the most unlikely of places. By providing tools and lessons on how to connect the sacred and the animated, students will learn to recognize biblical principles anywhere and everywhere!

Graphic Novels A Guide To Comic Books Manga And More 2nd Edition

Author: Michael Pawuk
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9781440851360
Size: 10.57 MB
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Covering genres from action/adventure and fantasy to horror, science fiction, and superheroes, this guide maps the vast and expanding terrain of graphic novels, describing and organizing titles as well as providing information that will help librarians to build and balance their graphic novel collections and direct patrons to read-alikes. • Introduces users to approximately 1,000 currently popular graphic novels and manga • Organizes titles by genre, subgenre, and theme to facilitate finding read-alikes • Helps librarians build and balance their graphic novel collections

Prime Time Animation

Author: Carol Stabile
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781136481710
Size: 14.80 MB
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In September 1960 a television show emerged from the mists of prehistoric time to take its place as the mother of all animated sitcoms. The Flintstones spawned dozens of imitations, just as, two decades later, The Simpsons sparked a renaissance of primetime animation. This fascinating book explores the landscape of television animation, from Bedrock to Springfield, and beyond. The contributors critically examine the key issues and questions, including: How do we explain the animation explosion of the 1960s? Why did it take nearly twenty years following the cancellation of The Flintstones for animation to find its feet again as primetime fare? In addressing these questions, as well as many others, essays examine the relation between earlier, made-for-cinema animated production (such as the Warner Looney Toons shorts) and television-based animation; the role of animation in the economies of broadcast and cable television; and the links between animation production and brand image. Contributors also examine specific programmes like The Powerpuff Girls, Daria, Ren and Stimpy and South Park from the perspective of fans, exploring fan cybercommunities, investigating how ideas of 'class' and 'taste' apply to recent TV animation, and addressing themes such as irony, alienation, and representations of the family.