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Remember Me: Coco and my Día de Muertos

Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra Even if I love Halloween, candy, and costumes, I have to tell you that I love Day of the Death the most. I am utterly in love with Día de Muertos (Oct. 28 to Nov. 2, being the night of Nov. 1 and the early morning of Nov. 2 the most important times […]

Why are Manga and Anime more diverse than Western Cartoons?

土星 Dosei Like most people from Europe and the Americas of my generation, I was raised on cartoons that ran on TV. Aside from Dragon Ball and Yu-Gi-Oh!, everything available in my country was made in the US or one of the few studios in Europe. Usually, the most popular shows were the ones depicting […]

Super Bakers vs Super Bakers: Best Superhero

THIS IS OUR 50TH CAKE AND WE CELEBRATE with this new segment of [Super] Bakers vs [Super] Bakers, where we [tried to] pick our favorite Superhero. You will get to know us a little bit better while we explain which one is our favorite Superhero and why! We hope you like it! Please share your […]

Bakers vs Bakers: Best Disney Movie

In this first segment of Bakers vs Bakers, we [tried to] pick our favorite non-Pixar Disney movie. You will get to know us a little bit better while we explain which one is our favorite movie in this category and why! We hope you like it! Please share your opinion in the comment section! Enrique […]

The Lion King: King of Disney

Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra This article is a continuation of my opinion in Bakers vs Bakers: Best Disney Movie, where you can see some pictures that add ideas to my argument. In that article, you can also read the next section: By far, my favorite non-Pixar Disney movie is The Lion King (1994). A lot of people […]

The Doughnut Vault

Cinthia Rico Hey honeybuns, it’s been a while, but I’m back! And I’ve been wanting to write about this for a long time… So here we go! Most or some of us, at least Disney fans, have heard about the “Disney Vault”, and maybe we think about it as another way that Disney uses to […]

The Disney Eras in a Nutshell

Cinthia Rico Along with the years, the animated movies from Disney have been classified according to the period when they came out, most movies from each era have similarities in animation, music and even the storytelling. Let’s start directly with “The Golden age”, from 1937 to 1942, Walt launched five movies to theaters: Snow White […]