I haven't written much recently. I'd like to write every day but this has been quite a while ago. It's correct that family, work and a home company have taken up a great deal of my time. However, I haven't felt as motivated to write because I was able to feel, also. This entrance is my endeavor to get back to writing and talking comic books and timeless cartoons.
I haven't watched any outdated Woody Woodpecker or even Andy Panda animations for a couple of decades. I want to devote a day introducing my daughter into the fantastic old cartoons I grew up viewing. Nevertheless, she's observed Pink Panther and enjoys him. I bought her a selection of the oldest Pink Panther cartoons. (I forgot that he really talked in some of these ) .Shortly, I'll find time to reveal my woman who Woody Woodpecker is and he is a traditional character. I have mentioned it before but I will say it again, the finest Woody animations were the first years after he had been pestering Wally Walrus, had a bigger body and mad eyes.
Seeing animated/comic novel characters, I'm rather eager to see the new Fantastic Four film coming out this summer. There's been a great deal of controversy within the film and Marvel Comics fans are divided on whether it's going to be a good or bad movie. Obviously, we shall not truly understand until the film comes out.
However, why are a few comic book readers mad about the upcoming Fantastic Four film? Some fans are mad that the tone of the film will be more serious than previous FF films. Other fans are mad that an African celebrity is cast as the Human Torch. Meanwhile, others are mad that Doctor Doom's final name was changed. None of those changes actually upset me and I'm a longtime Fantastic Four buff. I'm somewhat concerned that the Item could possibly be nude from the film (as it seems in previews). But, I'll be happy so long as there is heroics, play and the four behave like family.
Another funny book/cartoon personality I have been revisiting lately is Wonder Woman.A couple of months ago I bought a DVD collection of the first season of Wonder Woman in the 1970s. I recall watching the show several times as a kid but never really watched it back in the late 1970s and early 1980s (as it was still in reruns). But, I'm rather pleased with the sequence. The initial year of this tv show has been put in the 1940s and contains Wonder Woman fighting Nazis along with Steve Trevor. It even had her intimate friend Etta Candy and sister Wonder Girl from the series.The initial year of this series is the ideal representation of this Golden Age Wonder Woman. I believe Lynda Carter was an ideal choice to play the job, also. She seems like I'd anticipate Wonder Woman to seem in actual life.
Let us continue to recall classic personalities of yesteryear, for example Woody Woodpecker along with Wonder Woman, while being receptive to new interpretations of the favorites, as in the instance of the wonderful Four