Faiza, a Syrian refugee, recounts the violence that forced the family to seek refuge in Jordan and the kidnapping of her brother, who was likely tortured to death by the Assad Regime.
When he's laughing on the outside, he's crying on the inside. When he appears stoic and cold, he's really bursting with life. But just because it doesn't make sense to anyone else, does that mean he has to change?
Durian suffers from a condition where his face displays the opposite of what he's feeling -- he laughs when he's sad and cries when he's happy. He also insis...
Tardigrades, also referred to as "water bears," are eight-legged microscopic animals that are seemingly impossible to kill, having been found everywhere from Antarctica to the deep sea.
Cartoons for adults may be all over the place now, but there was a time when they were thought of almost purely as kid-entertainment. Ralph Bakshi helped change that.
You should probably never drink a Flaming Homer or Skittlebrau as they're depicted on the show, but this video suggests some alternative recipes in the same spirit.
Pop duo Party Pupils thought long and hard about how to modernize Ginuwine's 1996 hit. Then they unzipped their pants.
Drop into a groovy dream with some far-out visuals and a smooth bassline. We haven't felt this way since '69, man.
"Coco" opens in theaters on November 22.
We have to imagine Washington's family patiently listened to this plan and then politely said "thanks but no thanks, Will."
When "Spongebob Squarepants" wasn't teaching us subtle lessons to last us a lifetime, it was preparing us for the internet meme machine.
You might guffaw at an apartment building that skips the 13th floor, but there are a tremendous number of people who consider the number unlucky. Where do these strange beliefs come from and why are they so widespread?
If you were watching Cartoon Network in the late '90s and early 2000s, you probably have Genndy Tartakovsky to thank for some of your favorite cartoons. But one of his cartoons stands above the rest as a visual and animated masterpiece — "Samurai Jack."
It's scary out there, which means everyone needs a friendship like Stan and Romeo's.
Now that we can see a little of what Tennant, Bobby Moynihan, Danny Pudi, and Ben Schwartz have in store for us we're feeling ready for this duck-blur of a nostalgia trip.
Garfield's gender changed 20 times on Wikipedia after a user dug up a quote from the comic's creator that “he’s not really male or female.”
YouTuber KaptainKristian explains the three rules of living animation that the team behind "Roger Rabbit" expertly exploited to create a fully integrated hybrid world.
We can't even mentally allow ourselves to think through the amount of time and money that went into this perfectly bizarre tribute.
Garfield insults Odie's appearance. Jim Davis tribute set to "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga.
For pure synthesis of puns and cuteness, it doesn't get better than this.
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