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As the season winds down towards Thanksgiving, let’s kick back and remember some of our favorite heartwarming sibling relationships in media.
Legend of Korra became known for progressive ideals in its portrayal of relationships, but the show has a lot to say about mental health as well.
Two years after THE LEGEND OF KORRA ended, fans Eric Nierstedt and Mara Danoff look at the major elements of the series and decide if it all lived up to the hype and what it left behind.
Based on its premise, I thought I would enjoy Shigeru Mizuki’s THE BIRTH OF KITARO. I mean, the book comprises the early adventures of a one-eyed yokai boy who fights other yokai with his “inhuman strength and whiplike hair”—what’s not to love? But instead of a fun adventure with a colorful cast of characters, the book delivers a laundry list of problems with art and characterization, so much so that Kitaro himself fails to be very interesting.
Many cartoon shows for kids manage to tread the line between staying child-friendly and becoming more adult through incorporating more mature themes. Making the shows a little darker makes them enjoyable for all ages, giving adults more light-hearted fun, and giving children an introduction to more adult concepts.