If it’s not Scrappy, it’s crappy

The Internets will never be the same. Harry McCracken has launched the long-awaited Scrappyland.com, a site dedicated to celebrating the Depression-era monochromatic goodness of the 1930s Mintz Studio cartoon star Scrappy. The folks at Sony/Columbia prefer to horde the classic Scrappy cartoons in their vaults rather than allowing the public to view and appreciate them, but fortunately Harry has single-handedly lifted Scrappy out of obscurity and brought 21st century awareness to one of the pinnacles of 1930s American culture.