Citing unidentified sources, www.development-hell.com reports that an animated direct-to-video Spider-Man feature is in development, in time for release with Spider-Man 3, slated for release in Summer 2007. The DTV will feature Spider-Man battling one of the upcoming movie’s villains, The Chameleon. It is not known if the feature will be created in the style of […]
According to the Boomerang Schedule, both Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series will begin airing on the network starting Monday, July 4. Batman’s premiere “On Leather Wings” and Superman’s “Fun And Games” will air Monday at 12:00am and 12:30am respectively. Stay tuned to Toon Zone News for more Batman/Superman updates, and visit […]
Superhero Hype! reports that Kelsey Grammer will portray Beast in next summer’s X-Men 3. Reports indicate that Grammer — best known for his portrayal as TV’s Frasier — will wear a suit similar to The Thing from FOX’s upcoming Fantastic Four movie in order to give the character his trademark blue fur. X-Men 3 is […]
Newsarama reports that the upcoming Fantastic Four animated series will be showcased in an unspecified manner on the DVD release of the upcoming Fantastic Four theatrical film. The Fantastic Four DVD is expected to be released in the fall, and initial TV airings of the new animated show are slated to appear in Fall 2006.
Dr. Strange will be featured in one of the Marvel/Lions Gates upcoming animated Direct-to-DVD movies, according to Newsarama. This will be the first time ‘The Master Of Mystic Arts’ has carried his own animated feature. The movie, the fourth in nine planned features, will be released in 2006. Other animated properties include two Ultimate Avengers […]
TVShowsOnDVD.com has revealed the disc art for the upcoming Fantastic Four animated box set, which includes every episode from the mid 90′s television series. Both the disc and the cover feature the foursome’s first season designs. The set will feature episode introductions from Fantastic Four co-creator Stan Lee and will also include Stan Lee’s Soapbox. […]
Toon Zone’s Spider-Man: The New Animated Series site recently spoke to animation veteran Greg Johnson about his work on the show. Johnson penned the critically acclaimed “Law Of The Jungle” episode, in which Spider-Man must stop The Lizard from killing his friend Harry. To read the interview, click here.