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Category: Guest Posts

Toonopolis, The Blog – Relaunch & New Format

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestHello there! To those of you that were sad at Toonopolis, The Blog going on hiatus in November (yes, both of you!), fear not! I promised an update in the new year and have a plan to allow this site to build great content while not stretching myself too thin! First, you will notice that …

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X-Men: The Animated Series (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review is from Nelson. Nelson is a geek and a gamer.  Early on, he was hooked with cartoons and Intellivision, but it wasn’t long before he found the gateway drugs of comic books and the NES.  He spent most of his life just building up his geek resume with each successive …

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Earthworm Jim (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review is from Luke. Luke Johnson knows a thing or two about cartoons. He also knows that many things about superheroes, and is a published author because of it. You can find his short story, “The Last Laugh” in the anthology Powers, available at Amazon. * * * * * * …

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Robotech (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from Alix! Alix Cameron is an erotic romance writer who also works in Communications strategy and developement for Multi Player on-line role playing games.  Living in Melbourne Australia, with her two ginger Ninjas, 2 ginger cats and a black greyhound, she is currently writing and researching an erotic novel …

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Voltron: Defender of the Universe (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from Cheetoy. Cheetoy is a mother, homebody and rabid Fan-girl of various Mecha and anime.  Born with a pencil in her hand, she’s been trying to reach what she considers Nirvana of the comic drawing style.  So far, she hasn’t reached it yet but that hasn’t stopped her.  She …

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JEREMY RODDEN-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU?

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestPart of the Indie Book Collective’s Masquerade Blog Tour de Force. Your previous stop should have been Ann Charles’s blog.  Next you will visit Elena Gray’s blog! Today’s Old School Thursday Review comes from a Scooby Doo aficionado who refuses to tell all of you “meddling kids” my true identity—not even for a handful of …

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The Transformers (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from George. George Sirois has been living in a small universe since 1985, and he occasionally steps out to live life, work toward his Masters degree and enjoy time with his wife and dog in St. Louis. The first glimpse at his universe – “Excelsior” – is available as …

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Animaniacs (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from Michelle. Michelle Franklin is a small woman of moderate consequence who writes many, many books about giants, romance, and chocolate. The author of many published fantasy stories and the Haanta series. Lover and promoter of classic literature. Website: The Haanta Series Twitter: @MrsDenAsaan Books: Amazon & Smashwords * …

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She-Ra: Princess of Power (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from Natasha. Natasha Larry resides in Huntsville, Alabama with her daughter and fiancé. She graduated from Tusculum College with a B.A. in History and is currently working on getting her certificate in education. Apart from writing, she is a self-proclaimed comic book nerd and urban fantasy junkie. Her poetry …

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Adventures of the Gummi Bears (A Review)

Share:FacebookTwitteremailTumblrPinterestToday’s Old School Wednesday Review comes from Miranda. Miranda is a SAHM of two boys, military wife, Betty Crocker in training, and aspiring author. She enjoys long walks on the beach (though she lives 12 hrs from the nearest one), nannies ( that’s only a dream), working in her garden, and reading just about anything …

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