Been playing "Shredder's Revenge" with my kids, and they asked to watch the old 80's Ninja Turtles cartoon which it's based off of. Hard to locate on a streaming service, I ended up buying the episodes on Amazon Prime (they are on sale though, if you're a Prime member). We're getting a kick out of watching the original 80's cartoon!
Fine, I'll join in. Cartoon Network may not be dead, but it doesn't change the fact that the channel is down to airing just "Craig of the Craig" and "Teen Titan Go" (or so it feels). And that's not good.
After watching "Thor: Love and Thunder", I think I'm over the MCU's brand of comedy. That doesn't mean I want everything to be "Justice League Synder Cut Grim Dark Angst!" but there needs to be a middle ground.
I've been watching "Star Trek: The Next Generation" on Netflix slowly for the last year or so. I was up to the start of the final season in early March when I saw the show is being removed from Netflix on April 1st. So I'm feverishly trying to finish the series before the end of the month (I don't "binge watch", I'm used to taking my time).
I just saw a "Nintendo Switch OLED" model for sale on Walmart shelves (so they're finally becoming commonly available). I'm torn as to whether to upgrade my Switch to an OLED model or to get an "Xbox Series S" (which is also now widely available at Walmart).
My kids love "Josie and the Pussycats" (1970) but didn't care for original "Jonny Quest" (1964). I think my kids just prefer the animation style they've gotten used to with watching Scooby-Doo episodes from 1969 and all of the 70's. Was there really that much of a change in animation style in 5 years in the late 60's?
I feel like my doom and gloom is got the best of out of me. I'm worried for Disney and Warner Bros, but I need to get rid of this doom and gloom habit. And I don't want my newborn niece to see me like that.