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Gallery 1988 has hosted plenty of group shows that explore the influence of pop culture. From video games to cult films, Garbage Pail Kids to Watership Down, artists have come together at the Melrose Ave. space with a mission to transforms w ... More >>
These Smurfsters are totally over it.
For those of us who grew up with The Smurfs, it once held a special place in our inner-children's nostalgic little hearts.
Based on a Belgian comic, the diminutive blue Smurfs became part of Hanna-Barbera's animated media juggernaut in the early '80s. ... More >>
The Imps of Marge and Fletch
In an age when Photoshop reigns, the Imps of Marge and Fletch bring a stylized, cinematic sensibility to digital photography, shooting as much as possible in camera. The L.A.-based art collective is named after the intersection of Marguerite and Fletcher in Glasse ... More >>
For those of us who grew up in the 1990s, one thing was certain, we would never be considered "too old" to watch cartoons. As both cable and network stations began adding more and more teen and adult-friendly animated programs, we stayed glued to the sets, whether we were trying to figure out what w ... More >>
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On the surface, The Venture Bros. is a blatant, and extremely funny, parody of Hanna-Barbera's classic Johnny Quest with elements of Fantastic Four and James Bond thrown in for good measure. Watch a few episodes, though, and the popular Adult Swim series morphs int ... More >>