90s kids remember a lot of things, at least that’s what the internet tells me. Whether or not that’s true, one thing that I’d have to imagine that most 90s kids remember more fondly than most, is the Disney Afternoon, a block of original cartoons that ran from 1990 through 1997.
Today’s links are early, but if you’re looking at this any time other than Friday afternoon, it’s all the same. Why do you even read this part of the link??
This morning, I spied a little link featuring drone footage from a DGI Phantom 3 with a Superman action figure strapped to it, set to John Williams’ classic Superman score.
DAPS Links: Game of Thones As Bob’s Burgers, Age of Ultron’s Gag Reel, A Taco Made of Chicken, & More
Click the link for the cats, stay for the pop-culture stuff that you care about more than you care about your family!
Earlier in the week, we were surprised to learn that, according to a recent poll, a surprising amount of Americans believe that President Barack Obama is a Muslim. Apparently this belief stems from a series of chain e-mails.
Yesterday’s links were lost in the summer of 2015, luckily there are new links today. Thank the lord for links.
Boba Fett is easily one of the most popular Star Wars characters, so it’s pretty obvious that the bounty hunter would be the subject of many fan-made creations. A lot of the time those creations aren’t very good, but occasionally, in the vastness of the internet, you get something pretty great. For example, above you see a short film speculating what may have happened to ol’ Boba after the events of Return of the Jedi.
DAPS Links: Brad Willis Yells Like Hank Hill, Dogs Are Why You’re Here, Keytar Sonic The Hedgehog, & More!
We made a little video of Reporter Brad Willis (the one who was scared of the bug) and Hank Hill. They have a similar yell.
I’ve been excited for Super Mario Maker from the moment that I learned that it was being released. The game, which allows you to create your own Super Mario Bros. levels, is something I’ve been thinking about since elementary school. I’d be sitting in class, designing my own Super Mario Bros. games, usually ones that are near impossible to beat.