The latest issue of TV Guide shows the designs for Batgirl and Poison Ivy — two new upcoming characters in the Kids WB show, The Batman. Forum member JTurner has provided a scan, which has been posted in our fourms.
Before I begin, let me say this: Krypto is a show for children. You’d have to be pretty wanged in the head to hold it to the same standards as its more complex animated brethren. I seriously doubt many readers on Toon Zone (or even on the Internet) will make it a point to spend […]
The latest issue of LEGO Magazine, now arriving in subscribers’ mailboxes, features an ad for LEGO Star Wars: The Movie, premiering on Cartoon Network on May 8, 2005, at 7:00pm. The ad contains a shot of a CGI General Grievous and a few other shots of the cartoon, all in CGI and “built” out of […]
Fans of Star Wars were skeptical when the word of an animated series first broke. What they found over the course of six months were twenty action-packed episodes culminating in a tense battle between Anakin Skywalker and Asajj Ventress and in the introduction of General Grievous. This new batch of episodes, five in all, are […]
Update (3/6): WHV has updated cover art for ‘The Batman’, as well as added a shot of the back cover. The updated cover art shows a portion of the disc, as well as an updated look at the case, changing from a “snapper” to a standard Amaray case. WHV has announced that the first DVD […]
DVDAnswers has put up the the initial pricing ($49.95) and release date (July 5th) specs on the upcoming Fantastic Four 1994-1995 animated DVD set. Cover art and a few other specs have been posted as well.
“Taking place in the 24th century, intergalactic space travel has become a reality. One of the first outposts in the far reaches of space is the Watcher’s Nest – an inflation hole drive portal – which has recently come under attack by a mysterious force known simply as the GHOUL… A group of young female […]
Warner Home Video will release Teen Titans: Switched (Season 1, Vol. 2), a seven-episode disc that finishes off the first season, to DVD on April 12, the company officially announced today. The disc is the follow-up to Teen Titans: Divide and Conquer (Season 1, Vol. 1). It will retail for $19.97. Details on the release: […]
The L.A. Office has put up a Spotlight on Warner Home Video. In it, it is revealed that The Batman will see DVD releases during the second, third and fourth quarters of 2005, presumably making up the entire first season between the discs. In addition, the new DTV The Batman vs. Dracula is set for […]