Street Sharks (1994–1996)
The series was created by David Siegel and Joe Galliani and the story centered on a team of crime-fighting half-man/half-sharks. Well, it’s not hard to think that one day Hollywood will adapt Street Sharks as a CG animated movie.
Digital artist George Evangelista recently shared a piece of art that he created showing us what the characters could look like in a Street Sharks movie. You can check that out below:
To be honest, I only know a little about this show as I was really into Tmnt during this time but there was a few requests for this one. So here is Ripster from Street Sharks. Don't worry I'm consistently looking into the comments for the
The show is currently taking place at Gallery 1988 (West) in Los Angeles and the show will be up until Saturday, October 15th if you are interested in attending. Some of the artists include Peter Han, Rafa Toro, Scott Balmer, Pakoto, Maria Björnbom Öberg, Joel Abad, Carly Janine Mazur, Brendon Flynn, Alina Chau, Chogrin, Rudy's Obrero, Robot Soda, Jorge R. Gutierrez, Jason Brockert, Yeka, Trevor Zammit & David SIlva, Ryan Brinkerhoff,
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The video was taken from the 1994 Toy Fair, showcasing the actor reveling in his products, showcasing the features of these action figures. At one point in the video, he even puts on a shark hand puppet, showcasing the "Rocky Balboa action" of this toy. Thankfully for the actor, he wouldn't have to sell toys for too long,
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For those who now have Street Sharks nostalgia, here you go.
But while Shark Week focuses largely on real sharks (well, real-ish) we wanted to commemorate the sharks that we enjoy the other 51 weeks of the year – the friendly and fearsome sharks that fill up our popular culture. Which pop-culture shark is best? And, just as crucially, which pop-culture shark is worst?
We'd write more, but like a shark, this post needs to constantly move forward or else it dies. Onto the list, below!
23. Sharks with
1. The Neutrinos.
Hot-rodding alien hipsters who look like what happens when Grease gets restaged by five-year-olds dressed up as British punk rockers by their sociopathic stage parents. Sample line of dialogue: “Cool?
Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough.
Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all. (We're not kidding. There are 1990 items below.)
2. "The Wild Thornberries"
3. Dawson and Joey
4. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys"
5. Mr. Feeny
7. MTV playing music videos
9. The premiere of "Freaks and Geeks"
10. Levar Burton
13. "The Powerpuff Girls"
14. "Smart Guy"
15. Comedy Central globe logo with buildings
16. "The X-Files"
17. Rosie O'Donnell
18. Bill Nye
19. "Dawson's Creek"
20. The Mighty Ducks"
21. "Are You Afraid of the Dark"
23. Rachel Green
24. Tim Allen
25. "All That"
26. "Beverly Hills 90210"
27. "Step by Step"
28. "The Ren & Stimpy Show"
29. "The Famous Jett Jackson"
30. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Birthday shoutouts go to Mindy Kaling, who is 34, Mick Fleetwood is 66, and Michele Lee is 71.
Remembering the Upstairs Lounge mass murder, 40 years later.
Martina Navratilova on the lack of gay male tennis players.
Impatient Nation Demands Supreme Court Just Get To The Gay Stuff.
Meet Walle, the winner of this year’s Ugliest Dog Contest. Wait, seriously? I call B.S.
Below you can see Tony winner Billy Porter appear on Totally Biased to talk about Kinky Boots and being out since the 80′s.
The Out List debuts on HBO on Thursday night, and below you can see a brief snippet, including Neil Patrick Harris.
And here he is celebrating Global Smurfs Day.
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names,
I don’t remember watching the Superman’s animated series, although I’m aware there was one, even if my Dad is a huge Bat-fan and despises Superman (asking him for a Superman graphic novel last Christmas was like what I imagine coming out as gay would have been like a few decades ago – or even now, in some places).
Perhaps that is why it took me so long to discover the greatness of Superman. Not to worry, though, I have taken it upon myself to make up for lost time and decided to compile a short list
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