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Shout! Factory To Release "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids" On DVD

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Shout! Factory has announced details for its complete collection for Bill Cosby’s educational comedy Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids on DVD. The release will collect all 110 episodes of the Filmation cartoon on a 15 disc set, including those episodes produced under the titles The New Fat Albert Show and The Adventures of Fat Albert and […]

Review: "A Monster in Paris" Blu-ray Yields Modest Charms

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A Monster in Paris is a film that’s a bit too thin in some dimensions and too full in others, producing something that’s moderately satisfying but not truly outstanding in either good or bad ways. The most noteworthy thing about this movie is probably its modest reported budget of €25 million (about $32.8M at current […]

ComicsAlliance Interviews Brandon Auman on "Iron Man: Rise of Technovore"

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ComicsAlliance.com has interviewed writer Brandon Auman about his work on Iron Man: Rise of Technovore, the direct-to-video animated feature collaboration between Marvel Entertainment and Japanese anime studio Madhouse. Among other topics, Auman discusses the broad themes that are in the work, the influence of the live-action movies and comics on his animated adaptations, the upcoming […]

PR: Aardman, with Stephen Fry and Alistair McGowan, present ‘The Lonely Dodo’ for Durrell

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Today sees the worldwide release of The Lonely Dodo, a four-minute Aardman short created for international conservation charity, Durrell, to highlight the worldwide plight of endangered species. www.thelonelydodo.com Headquartered in Jersey, Channel Islands, Durrell is committed to conserving the diversity and integrity of life on earth.  Since its formation over fifty years ago by author […]

New Clips and Stills Released from "Superman: Unbound"

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Warner Home Video has released the following new clip and stills from Superman: Unbound, the next new direct-to-video animated feature from DC Entertainment. Directed by James Tucker from a script by Bob Goodman, the film will adapt Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s graphic novel Superman: Brainiac. The clip spotlights Castle stars Molly Quinn and Stana […]

"Sanjay and Craig" to Premiere on Nickelodeon on May 25, 2013

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Nickelodeon has announced that Sanjay and Craig, their newest animated comedy series, will premiere on May 25, 2013, at 10:30 AM (ET/PT) on the main Nickelodeon channel. They have also released the following video clip from “Brett Venom MD.” The full press release follows: DESTINY BRINGS BOY AND TALKING SNAKE TOGETHER IN NICKELODEON’S NEWEST ANIMATED […]

PR: Cartoon Network Gets Juiced Up for a Second Season of Annoying Orange

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Cartoon Network Gets Juiced Up for a Second Season of Annoying Orange Hit Series Returns Thursday, May 16 with More Outlandish Adventures and Star Studded Line-up of Guest Voices With one highly-rated season under its refrigerator belt, the multi-platform sensation Annoying Orange is ready to kick-off a second season of antics on Cartoon Network, Thursday, May 16 at […]

Comedy Central Cancels "Futurama"

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Entertainment Weekly reports that Comedy Central has declined to renew Futurama beyond the current seventh season. The Emmy Award-winning comedy series is slated to end at 140 episodes, 52 of which were produced for the sixth and seventh seasons since Comedy Central reached a deal with Fox to revive the program in 2009. Comedy Central […]

Comics Alliance Interviews Tara Strong on New "Teen Titans Go!"

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ComicsAlliance.com has interviewed actor Tara Strong on her return to the role of Raven in Teen Titans Go!, the upcoming new series on Cartoon Network starring the cast of the Teen Titans cartoon in all-new comedic adventures. Among other topics, Strong discusses how this show differs from the original, her inspirations for Raven’s character, and […]

Horton Hears A Hat…Or 200

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Theodor Geisel loved both cats and hats and that’s why it came as no surprise that, using the pseudonym Dr. Seuss, he wrote the classic and wildly popular children’s book “The Cat in the Hat”. He also wrote a few other books you may have heard of and one of those was “The 500 Hats […]

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