King Arthur and the Knights of Justice

King Arthur and the Knights of Justice was a 1992 American cartoon series produced by Golden Films, C&D (Créativité et Développement) and Bohbot Entertainment. It ran for two seasons of 13 episodes each. The series was the brain child of Diane Eskenazi (Golden Films) and Avi Arad (Toy Biz chairman, CEO […]

SHED #1

Not since the Neanderthal have humans been forced to share Earth with a Homo-genus-cousin, and we slaughtered them into extinction.  This time they may be our only savior.  As Earth sheds her filthy Homo sapiens, she breeds the Sarx, a skinless hominid who worship a science-based God they call Connectome. […]

Hammerman

Hammerman  hit the screens in 1991 and hung around for 13 episodes all featuring rap star MC Hammer who hosted the  show in live action segments and also sang the show’s theme song, telling about the origin of Hammerman. The plot revolved around Youth center worker Stanley Burrell (Hammer’s […]

Saucer State #2

After last issue’s cliffhanger, US President Arcadia Alvarado is acting fast against the biggest event in world history. “Drop everything, spend everything.  Give me a damn gun.” “It won’t be a war. It’ll be a slaughter.”  “Isn’t that exactly what the post-truth bastards do?” Jump onboard as the conclusion to […]

Care Bears

The Care Bears hit the TV in 1985 and ran for a total of four seasons (60 episodes). In the show they live in a faraway place up in the clouds called Care-a-Lot, which constitutes a part of the Kingdom of Caring. With the help of the Care Bear […]

Cult TV Essentials: Century Falls

Century Falls was a six episode miniseries initially broadcast in 1993. It was written by Russell T Davies, and tells the story of teenager Tess Hunter (Catherine Sanderson) and her mother (Heather Baskerville), who move to the seemingly idyllic rural village of Century Falls, only to find that it […]

Kull Eternal #1

Robert E. Howard’s legendary barbarian king returns! The evil Serpent Men have attempted to infiltrate and enslave mankind from the time of the very first humans… only to be defeated at every turn by the Elder Race’s ultimate warrior… Kull of Atlantis! And now they must call on […]

Cult Movie Essentials: Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977)

Based on Judith Rossner’s best-selling novel of the same name, Looking for Mr. Goodbar was written and directed by Richard Brooks and starred Diane Keaton, Tuesday Weld, Tom Berenger, Levar Burton, William Atherton, and Richard Gere. The novel and the film were inspired by the 1973 murder of New York City schoolteacher Roseann Quinn. It […]

The December Rose

The December Rose was a six-part “WonderWorks” presentation produced by BBC television production in association with Friday Productions Ltd. It ran for six episodes  between march and April 1986. It concerns a young chimney sweep, Barnacle Brown (Courtney Roper-Knight), who gets caught up in an international conspiracy, and finds […]

Cult Cartoon Essentials: Bananaman

“Ever alert for the call to action” Bananaman was a parody of traditional superheroes, being portrayed as “Little” Eric, a schoolboy who is transformed into a muscled, caped figure when he eats a banana. It ran for three seasons (40 episodes) between 1983 and 1986. The cartoon featured the […]