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"The Batman" Offers Small Improvements in Second Season

Episode 13: “The Bat, The Cat, and the Very Ugly” After an opening season that offered glimpses of brilliance but was generally plagued by mediocrity, The Batman returns with its second season, opening with a familiar feline and, just in case you’ve not seen enough of him, The Penguin. This is one episode I’ve been […]

'Superman' Animated Release Dates Revealed

TVShowsOnDVD reports that Warner Home Video has announced tentative plans for future DVD releases of Superman: The Animated Series. Superman: The Animated Series: Volume 2 is scheduled for release some time during the Christmas season, with Volume 3 to follow in June. Also scheduled for release in June is the Superman feature film, currently entitled […]

Kyle Gives "Ultimate Avengers" Update

In a recent issue of Wizard Magaine, Craig Kyle gave numerous updates on the Marvel/Lions Gate upcoming Ultimate Avengers direct-to-video feature. Speaking of the current projects, “It’s the print of the film before it’s animated,” says Kyle. “It’s the storyboard cut together with the voice-over to give you the timing of the scenes and the […]

'Fantastic Four' DVD Specs Announced

Animated Bliss has the specs for Buena Vista’s upcoming Fantastic Four box set. The 4-disc set, scheduled for release on July 5, 2005, will include all 26 episodes of the mid 90′s Fantastic Four series. Features set to be included are episode introductions from Fantastic Four co-creator Stan Lee and Stan Lee’s Soapbox. (via Spider-Man)

Dan Slott Talks Spider-Man/Human Torch

Dan Slott is one of the funniest men in comics. After recieveing rave reviews in his SHE HULK comic, Slott once again teamed up with long time collaberator Ty Templeton, of Batman Adventures fame, to pen Spider-Man/Human Torch. With both #1 and #2 of the 5 issue mini series now availble, Toon Zone News decided […]

The Dark Knight Returns With Another Delightful DVD

Batman: The Animated Series is the best television adaptation any comic book superhero has ever received. A perfect blend of action, drama and character, all realized through beautiful animation, it is the gold standard against which all action adventure animation must be compared. It was daring and bold, not just for its time but for […]

'Superman' DVD Set Gives Super Treatment To Classic Series

After years and years filled with innumerable petitions and online ranting and raving, Warner Bros. has finally given us what we’ve been demanding: a nice, big, box set of DVDs collecting episodes of Superman: The Animated Series. The series, which ran in the late 1990s on Kids WB! before moving into reruns on Cartoon Network, […]

"The Batman" Offers Sensational Season Finale

After what can only be described as a terrible opener followed by a string of episodes that ranged from mediocre to inexcusably poor, The Batman‘s first season comes to an end with “The Rubberface of Comedy (Part 1),” and “The Clayface of Tragedy (Part 2).” After basically giving up hope on the series after the […]

'Marvel Superheroes Show' To DVD In June

Comics2Film.com has announced that the 1960′s Marvel Superhero Show will be released in a 5 disc DVD boxset on June 28, 2005, just in time for the live action Fantastic Four movie. Each disc will presumably feature one of each of the show’s characters, which consisted of Captain America, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, The […]

How Did the X-Men Evolve? Animator/Director Steven Gordon Explains

Steven E. Gordon is an animator, character designer and director who has worked on such hits as X-Men: Evolution, The Black Cauldron, Oliver & Co., and Ralph Bakshi’s Mighty Mouse. He recently spoke to Toon Zone about his work. Toon Zone: How did you get started in the animation business? Steve Gordon: It started as […]

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