Beloved cartoonist Gary Larson has released new work for the first time in 25 years, reviving the brand of dark humor I need in this year's hellscape.
We spoke to Fievel's creator Don Bluth about how its themes still resonate in an America with rising anti-Semitism and family separation at the border.
The show's portrayal of an anxious Australian protagonist in a world of perverse caricature and logo hysteria is, uh, me.
Netflix's film reboot of the Nickelodeon show is sending a signal to the rest of the industry about what modern life should really look like.
I tried to figure out which adult cartoon of the 90s and 2000s had the biggest impact, from 'Family Guy' to 'Futurama.' Here's what I came up with.
Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of one of the most beloved characters of all time, passed away after being diagnosed with ALS last year.
"This fucking moment is so fucking good."
'BoJack Horseman' is one of many cartoons that capture something deeply realistic about depression precisely because their environments are not.
Writer and producer Emily Kapnek explains how she created a cartoon that was grounded in the reality of pre-teens everywhere.
There's a dark method to the madness that lets Justin Roiland frenetically voice both Rick and Morty in every episode.