Back in the day, I only liked two things about The Flintstones: the wacky animal-powered contraptions that emulated devices like record players and Bam-Bam’s super-strength. Some of the former shows up in DC Comics’ new reboot of the Hanna-Barbera classic, surrounded by updated existential weirdness.
The animated landscape is one big Uncanny Valley now, dominated by massive digital conglomerates. But a half-century ago, the world's animation powerhouse was an independent outfit run by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, creators of The Flintstones, Tom & Jerry, and Scooby-Doo. This previously unpublished gallery of…
Tonight's conclusion of the already epic Eureka/Warehouse 13 crossover is just scratching the surface of science fiction's greatest TV crossovers. You may not believe some of what we're about to tell you about actually happened...that's why we brought video evidence.