Review – The Wisdom of Walt Disney: The Themes, Ethics, and Ideas of His Greatest Films by David Breitenbeck

This review is a special one, readers. Longtime followers of A Song of Joy will undoubtedly recognize Mr. Breitenbeck’s name, as he has been cited and/or mentioned here several times (plus, his site is in the blogroll). One of his short stories was discussed in this examination of Fantastic Schools, Vol. 2, and today, one … Continue reading Review – The Wisdom of Walt Disney: The Themes, Ethics, and Ideas of His Greatest Films by David Breitenbeck

“Sufferin’ Succotash!” Is THAT a Viable Form of Inspiration for Adults?

I think it was a writer over at Superversivesf.com who may have been the one to note that, in the U.S., animated television shows and feature films tend to be considered the province of children. Many look askance at an adult who openly proclaims interest in shows such as My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, … Continue reading “Sufferin’ Succotash!” Is THAT a Viable Form of Inspiration for Adults?