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"Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D." Picks Up the Wrong End of the Blade

Taking a comic book and putting it up on the TV screen where the pictures can move is kind of a no-brainer. Heck, they’ve been doing that since the Marvel cartoons of the 1960s. It worked then, and now Marvel Knights Animation is busting out with DVDs that transform recent comic books into motion comics. […]

SDCC2011: "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" Teases

It’s a good time to be Green Lantern. At least according to producer/animator Bruce Timm, producer Giancarlo Volpe, and producer/story editor Jim Krieg. Green Lantern will be getting his own CGI animated series on Cartoon Network, adding to Green Lantern events in DC Comics and the Green Lantern movie this summer. CGI is form of […]

SDCC2011: G4 "Marvel Anime" Previewed; Scott Porter Named "X-Men" Cyclops Voice Actor

Jeph Loeb, head of Marvel Television, introduced Marvel’s new line of cartoons debuting on G4. With stories by Warren Ellis, Iron Man (starring Adrian Pasdar), Wolverine (starring Milo Ventimiglia), The X-Men, and Blade have been given the anime treatment by Madhouse Inc. A sneak peek of the X-Men anime showed the team facing off against […]

SDCC2011: Classic Tom and Jerry and Looney Tunes Cartoons Come to Blu-Ray

Jerry Beck of Cartoon Brew and George Feltenstein of Warner Bros. announced new classic cartoons coming to Blu-ray for the first time. The remastered Tom and Jerry Golden Collection will be released October 25, 2011 and is currently available for pre-order. 50 of the greatest Looney Tunes cartoons, some of which have never even been […]

SDCC2011: Sony Pictures Animation and Aardman Animations' Upcoming Films Previewed

Aardman Animation, home of Wallace & Gromit, in association with Sony Pictures Animation, made their first ever Comic Con appearance to preview their two new films. The Pirates! Band of Misfits, a 3D stop-motion animated film, shows the adventures of a ragtag group of pirates. Hugh Grant leads an all-star cast including Martin Freeman, Brendan […]

"Thor: Tales of Asgard': I Was a Teenage Thunder God

Thor is a hot property right now, and it’s about freakin’ time if you ask me. He’s been a Marvel Comics heavy-hitter since he was created (well, adapted, from Norse myth) by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby back in the 60s, but he hasn’t seen a whole lot of play outside comics until recently. But […]

"Jabberjaw": Finally Getting Some Respect

Scooby-Doo is one of the most beloved and famous cartoon characters of all time, and Hanna-Barbera certainly collected a lot of dividends on the popularity of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? in the early 70s. And what better way to milk it than to create imitation after imitation? And thus was born 1976′s Jabberjaw, the self-proclaimed […]

"Young Justice: Welcome to Happy Harbor" Hits the Ground Walking

In this episode, the team fights a mysterious new villain on the home front. Although it has a good, solid plot (and it’s a nice touch seeing them go into battle without having time to change into their costumes), the character interactions are the real draw. We learn a bit more about how the younger […]

"Young Justice": Don't Call Them Sidekicks

The DC Universe is a vast landscape full of characters, events, and an ever-growing history that has been in existence for decades. For the majority of the 90′s and into the beginning of the 00′s, all animation based on DC comic book characters have taken place in the same universe. However, in the current Post-DCAU […]

"X The Series": Proving the Future Isn't Determinable (Except When It Is)

It’s important to note that the title of the 24-episode anime series X, based on the manga series of the same name, doesn’t refer to the letter X. Rather, X is what you see when two swords cross, which is important in this series that is about doubles and the clash of two forces. In […]

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