Vids I Dig 012: Toy Galaxy: The History of ‘Inhumanoids’: The Monsters Get Top Billing

From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: Inhumanoids was a 1986 cartoon and toy line created by Hasbro that lasted only a single season.

Unique because the title characters were the bad guys, the Inhumanoids, and not the good guys, the Earth Corps (bunch of nerds).

There was a line of large action figures and the stories in the cartoon were serialized so it had a lot going for it but not enough for it to break through the glut of ’80s properties.

Vids I Dig 011: Comic Tropes: The History and Techniques of Comic Book Lettering

This is one of my favorite videos by Chris Piers of Comic Tropes.

From Comic Tropes’ YouTube description: There’s a certain look to most text in comic books. This video takes a look at how that was created and evolved, from using lettering guides and individual styles to perfecting the templates and fonts in digital lettering.

Vids I Dig 009: Cartoonist Kayfabe: Palmer’s Picks, Wizard 7, ‘Cerebus’ by Dave Sim

The Cartoonist Kayfabe guys (Ed Piskor & Jim Rugg) discuss the Palmer’s Picks feature from Wizard, Issue 7.

Words and analysis about this specific feature from the man, Tom Palmer Jr., himself.

Vids I Dig 008: Defunctland: The History of Disney’s Scariest Attraction, Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour

From Defunctland’s YouTube description: In this extra-spooky Halloween special of Defunctland, Kevin travels to Japan to discuss the history of Tokyo Disneyland’s Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour, a terrifying creation. He also provides a short history of the Black Cauldron, so there’s that.