The precocious pachyderm nearly made the cover. Then Pearl Harbor was attacked.
Thomas Nast’s illustrations of Santa for ‘Harper’s Weekly’ shaped the Father Christmas we know today.
Snoopy debuted in Charles M. Schulz’s ‘Peanuts’ comic strip on October 4, 1950, though it took a month for him to get a name. And nearly a year before he became Charlie Brown’s dog.
Matthew Lillard is celebrating the 20th anniversary of 2002’s ‘Scooby-Doo’ movie by “hosting” guests in the Mystery Machine.
Will this one join ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ at the top of your list of favorite 'Peanuts' holiday specials?
Known as Poohsticks Bridge, the walkway was the site of both many Winnie the Pooh adventures as well as a place author A.A. Milne visited with his son, Christopher Robin.
Moana absolutely wants to hear your two-year-old’s tone-deaf rendition of "How Far I’ll Go" over the phone.
During the pandemic, some parents in the U.S. have reported that their children have picked up a British accent and vocabulary from the cartoon 'Peppa Pig.'
The Backstreet Boys all got the anthropomorphic animated treatment, as did John Lewis and Joan Rivers.
Jackie Ormes was a trailblazer for Black women cartoonists. Find out more about her life, legacy, and the doll that made history.
This collection of totally awesome Nicktoons memorabilia will have you waxing nostalgic in no time.
If you haven’t seen ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ (2018) yet, you should. Same goes for ‘Paddington 2’ (2018).
Stan Lee’s habit of claiming credit for Jack Kirby’s Marvel Comics creations was on full display in one 1965 newspaper profile.
The Lion King’s Scar killed his brother, which already earned him a spot in the unofficial Disney Villain Hall of Infamy. Did he eat him, too?
The Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine hasn't gone off the market since it debuted in 1979. Here's how to get your hands on one.
Families have celebrated Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas with Charlie Brown and friends for years (and they still can).
The Care Bears were the result of Kenner wanting a unique teddy bear and American Greetings looking for a greeting card you could hug.
We have Mel Blanc to thank for many voices in our favorite Saturday morning cartoons, from ‘Looney Tunes’ to ‘The Flintstones.’
Gear up for Disney’s live-action ‘Mulan’ with entertaining tidbits about the 1998 animated classic and the story that inspired it.
See what it's like to write captions and judge entries with 200 original 'New Yorker' cartoons in this card game.
The Rankin/Bass cult classic 'The Last Unicorn' featured Jeff Bridges, Mia Farrow, and enough terrifying beasts to fuel your nightmares for decades.
The genial ghost has been trying to make friends with the living since 1945. But did he once walk among them as a real boy?