How Does This Work?
We’re okay with cartoons defying gravity and the other laws of physics, but we can’t help but wish that cartoonists would pay attention at least to some basics of the human anatomy. If you’re going to make an Aardvark human-like and give him clothes, glasses, and the ability to walk and talk, you might as well take a second to make sure it looks realistic.
Seriously, how are Arthur’s glasses staying in place when they’re not using his ears or his nose for support. Are they carved into his face? Is it magic or sheer willpower? First, it was the earphones, and now this? We need answers right away.