Share via Email Mary Leunig has published a cartoon of her own — featuring herself shooting her brother in the bottom, as a pram-pushing mother watches on. The long-running Nine newspaper cartoonist has previously drawn cartoons advocating anti-vaccination and criticising working mothers who placed their children in childcare. Matt Burke matttburke October 22, On Wednesday, his sister, Mary — a visual artist who uses political and satirical themes — published a cartoon of her own that showed herself shooting Michael in the bottom, as the pram-pushing mother from his cartoon watches on. These are my hardest moments as a mother. What are yours? I talk to women with children and the load they carry …And they are not the people that Michael thinks they are.
Share on Facebook When superheroes make the transition from comics to TV animation, it's always interesting to hear what kind of theme music they get. Songs with lyrics that explain who the heroes are can be fun, but they can also go awry. Instrumental tracks can be boring if you're not careful, but if they're well-executed, they can do a great job of creating just the tone you want for your cartoon. I've put together a chronological list of nine memorable theme songs from TV superhero cartoons. Obviously I can't include them all, but I expect to see in the comments which of your favorites I've left out. Some of these songs are good, a couple are bad, and almost all of them are completely ridiculous.
For example: "Do you watch anime? In the mids, the term anime began to supplant Japanimation. He equated the desolation with animators lacking motivation and with mass-produced, overly expressionistic products relying upon a fixed iconography of facial expressions and protracted and exaggerated action scenes but lacking depth and sophistication in that they do not attempt to convey emotion or thought. The work of Osamu Tezuka drew particular attention: he has been called a "legend"  and the "god of manga".