Talk:Archaeology and animation

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Your article on Archaeology & Animation it well laid out. Having all those link in-bedded in your article is great, it allows people to explore more. I would suggest adding more photos to keep the reader interested in reading the whole article. Adding a few more references would be good to since your article has a lot of information in it. For the sections A Look at the Story, The Secret of Kells and A Look at the Context, The Emperor’s New Groove, I would suggest finding a way for them to have one title each instead of two each. Overall this article is good and well laid out and interesting. Good job :) — Mamclelland (talk) 23:37, 29 March 2012 (UTC) Moved from GillMargS user talk page


Good article, I applaud you guys for picking such an ambitious topic. Here are a few comments, you've misspelled the show Cardcaptor Sakura, you have it as cardcaper. A section you may want to explore a little more in-depth would be archaeology and animation in video games and computer games, as there are many examples, as we have seen in class. As well, archaeology in comic books/graphic novels, did you know there was a Lara Croft comic book! To bulk up your article here are some more examples, these are only a few, there are definitely more out there: Mummies Alive (tv show and movie), Magic School Bus (Season 3, episode 6 - Shows and Tells), Muppet Babies (Season 1, episode 4 - Raiders of the Lost Muppet), Reboot (Season 4, episode 2, they spoof the Mummy), Jem and the Holograms (Episode 35 - Aztec Enchantment), The Rugrats Movie, My Little Pony (Season 2, episode 16 - Read it and Weep), Chip' n Dale Rescue Rangers (Chip is based off of Indiana Jones), Tintin 1960's television show, Hey Arnold! (his mom, Stella, met his dad, Miles, on an archaeological expedition), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Season 3, episode 32 - Bye, Bye, Fly), Inspector Gadget (Season 1 - All that Glitters), Tiny Toon Adventures (Season 1, Episode 21), Futurama (Season 5, Episode 2 - this one might be a bit of a stretch), The Busy World of Richard Scarry (Season 1, Episode 7), The Woody Woodpecker show (Queen of De-Nile), Rupert (Season 2, Episode 1 - Rupert and the Temple Ruins), Sabrina the Animated Series (her mom is an archaeologist), Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (Estella Velasquez was an archaeologist), Babar and the Adventures of Badou (Heropotamus was an archaeologist), Curious George (movie). Lasampson (talk) 04:30, 28 March 2012 (UTC)


This page is really good! Blown away by the organization as soon as I looked at the page. Very detailed, including the external links regarding the discussed topics, as well as a thorough description/analyzation into the various movies regarding archaeology and animation. — Preceding unsigned comment added by TLang12345 (talkcontribs) 14:59, 21 March 2012 (UTC)