In the first half of the 20th century, Rube Goldberg was the Thomas Edison of the newspaper comics pages. His inexhaustible reservoir of elaborate contraptions that mutated simple tasks lighting a pipe, changing a diaper, killing mosquitoes into madcap and complicated feats of ingenuity made him a rich and famous star, and an adjective in the American lexicon. I figure I turn loose roughly inventions a year.
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If it seems like technology and cartoon humor don't fit as well together as crusty old millionaires and big-boob gold-diggers, it's probably true. The principles that drive tech innovation are based on a certain amount of hopeful enthusiasm that is hard to make fun of sometimes. Many new gadgets focus on dry accumulative hardware developments that are technically dense and the personalities driving them are often, on the surface, quite serious. But with a skillful drawing, a great cartoonist can find insightful humor in anything.
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No schoolno obligations and best of all, no reason to get dressed! Ah, those were the days. Often overlooked by French teachers as a learning material, French cartoons are a step up in difficulty from small clips or audio specifically made for learners, while still being much easier to understand than your average French movie.
From its onset, rock'n'roll has pulsated with dynamic imaginations, boundless fluidity, and an infinite palate of creative possibilities with which to capture and communicate ideas and emotions too big, too wild, or too utterly bizarre to be ushered into artistic fruition any other way. Rock has therefore always been in league with cartoons, the one category of filmmaking where literally anything a creator can envision can and does get brought to life. Among the very first entities to recognize the inherent appeal of loud tunes and freaky animation to rock devotees was Walt Disney Studios.
Oggy and the Cockroaches known as Oggy et les Cafards in French, often referred to as simply Oggy is a French animated children's television series produced by Gaumont Multimedia first two seasons and Xilam Animation third season onwardsand created by Jean-Yves Raimbaud. The show was successful in France and was eventually broadcast worldwide. Oggy, an anthropomorphic cat, would prefer to spend his days watching television and eating, but is continuously pestered by three roaches, JoeyDee Dee and Marky all named after members of the punk rock band Ramones.