Confessions of a Dangerous Hand

Tuesday, April 11, 2006


I consider myself lucky to be part of this generation. Technology, its evolution of mobile phones, digital cameras, computers, appliances, games and movies, we were all able to experience these. And I consider myself some sort of a tech nut. But watching the Gospel of Judas the other day made me think, do children know the stories of Jesus? The Gospels? Children nowadays did not have the chance to watch 2 programs that greatly influenced our generations' knowledge of the Gospels. Superbook and Flying House. Lets admit that we'd rather watch these shows than listen to our boring teachers. Now, it's up to the children's parents to tell them the stories of Christ. I wish they'd come out with a DVD set of these 2 shows. And during that time, influencial cartoon shows flourished: Thundercats, Transformers, GI Joe, Visionaries, SilverHawks, TigerSharks, Smurfs, even Rainbow Brite. Today, I can't remember feeling bliss watching any cartoon shows. It's probably age. I was young then. But looking at current trends in movies, with the announcement of Transformers, must mean that those shows were really a great influence on the minds of children back then.


  • i dunno if there are DVDs of superbook and flying house but i see original vcd copies at astrovision.

    bumili ka na para sa future mong anak. ^_^

    By Blogger meowok, at 1:11 PM  

  • Tungaw! Gospel is new testament lang, so Flying House lang yun. Superbook??? Meron din robot na laruan na lumalaki at nabubuhay sa Mahiwagang Baul sa GMA. Wag mo itanong sa akin bakit ko alam! :-P

    By Blogger addison, at 9:52 PM  

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