Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’

Now that I’ve gotten the foamy ragey “RaaaChristmasblargharaggleblaggle” out of my system, I thought I’d share some youtube – or should I say YULEtube? – no, no I shouldn’t nevermind – holiday treats for you, once you get sick of watching Charlie Brown for the fourth time this month.

Because if you’ve forgotten, it turns out Fox Kids had some fricking great cartoons in the 90’s, and that means they had some fricking great Christmas episodes, too.

Eek! The Cat: “It’s a Very Merry Eek’s-Mas”  (more…)

It is the Christmas season, and Christmas season means those Rankin and Bass stop-motion animation specials.  You’ve probably seen at least Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer–because EVERYONE’s seen that one–but there’s actually a whole bunch of them, and they get sort of increasingly demented.

Jeanine just bought a DVD for five dollars that has Year Without A Santa on it, and Rudolph’s Shiny New Year.


“Holiday greetings from Tony Stark. And yes, I’ve had…quite a few eggnogs, now that you mention it.”

Ever wonder what happened after Bing Crosby and David Bowie finished their lovely duet on Christmas? Well, Bowie went home, of course. But what happened after that is a tale never before heard…


(THE SCENE: David Bowie’s living room. As he enters, the phone rings.)

“Hello, David.”
“…Uh, yeah, hi. This is David Bowie, yeh. ‘oozis, then?”
“Did you enjoy my piano, David?”
“Did you enjoy playing my piano, and queuing up my orchestra? David? Was that fun for you?”
“Ah, shit. Ahh, God no…Sir Percival?”

christmas-star-warsYou might think that we here at Threat Quality Press are anti-Christmas. You would be wrong.

We are, on occasion, anti-sentimental. But, y’know. It’s Christmas. So a little sentiment is okay, right?

So here, for your holiday pleasure, are three of my (Holland here) favorite Christmas songs.