This week’s theme is animated music videos.
They range in styles and mediums, just like the music itself. The importance of music videos in the 1980s is often taken for granted. With freedom to create “shorts” in many different styles, music videos helped the flow of art and creativity for many people making the videos and watching them. Anyway, on to the videos….
Continue reading “Toonsday – Tunesday”
Sorry folks! It’s been a crazy week so far and I haven’t had the time to devote to the blog. Anyways, here is Monday’s episode….
In this episode I talk about how some of the best cartoons of the 80s met an early demise and how all of them only had 13 episodes.
Continue reading “80s Cartoons and The Curse of 13”
In this bare bones, kindly RANT, i discuss my thoughts on turning cartoons into live action. As usual with most sentiMENTAL episodes, i’m all over the place in my thoughts. I hope you enjoy.
Continue reading “Cartoons vs Live Action – A Kindly Rant”
Here’s a new trailer for the channel for the year 2020. I took a lot of inspiration from classic sitcom intros from the 80s. I hope you like it.
Continue reading “2020 Trailer – My Side of the Laundry Room: The 80s Sitcom!”
In this episode I go over some of my favorite COPS action figures. COPS was one of my favorite toy lines in the 80s and it was fun to take a look at some of the best.
Continue reading “The Best COPS Action Figures”
In this episode I go all the way back to my first “Toys I Wish I Had As A Kid” episode (sentiMENTAL – 5 Toys I Wish I Had As A Kid) and hunt on eBay to see how much they would cost me today.
Continue reading “Hunting On Ebay For Toys I Wish I Had As A Kid – #2”
Even a Real American Hero needs to pay the bills…
Not even a highly popular and rad toyline like G.I. Joe could escape the merchandising machine. Here are 10 examples of weird, rare, and awesome products from G.I. Joe.
Continue reading “Weird, Rare, & Awesome G.I. Joe Products – part 1”