With the success of Fox’s X-Men cartoon, studios spent much of the early 90s looking for the next big superhero team. Unfortunately, it was the early 90s and therefore comics were ugly and barely comprehensible in a …
We are, We are, DicGeeks! Does. Does that even work? I mean it’s not really like it worked for this cartoon either but, that’s beside the point!!
In honor of Earth Day, we used a heat-spewing, energy-wasting mathematics machine to show us an infamous environmentalist superhero cartoon from the early 1990s.
Saint Seiya was already a relic by the time DiC licensed it for international distribution, but by adding weird transitions and a pop-punk theme song they somehow managed to make it look even more dated.
Oh no. Someone let Saban and Levy produce their own TV show. Oh no. It’s the most 80s things possible. Help us all.
I mean it’s April now anyway, so it’s not like we can really keep up the facade that it’s still “Marchie”.
When NBC chose a budding but inexperienced screenwriter to write an Archie TV special, movie magic happened. And by magic we mean the dark kind that eats away at your soul.
When someone pitched ‘Archie vs. B-Movies’, it would have been so easy to just have the gang fight a new Universal Monster each week.
Today on “Dic Ruins Yet Another Perfectly Good Franchise”…
When Hasbro attempted to get into the fashion doll biz with ‘Jem and the Holograms’ Barbie was given an outfit, some new friends, a microphone stand, and a two-part DiC Entertainment produced VHS cartoon with which to crush the usurper.