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"Mosaic": This Chameleon Should Hide

I’ve not much to say about Mosaic; there’s not much you can say about a movie that is itself worth so little. It’s crass, unoriginal and uninteresting. The story is about Maggie Nelson, whose father, an Interpol agent, discovers an ancient rock that can empower a human with the talents of an ancient race of […]

Jason Hall on Writing "Justice League Unlimited" #33

Jason Hall is no stranger to writing comics for the animated DC universe. His Mr. Freeze story from Gotham Adventures and the continuation in Batman Adventures were loved by fans and his works in the Justice League Adventures series were some of the best the series has to offer. Now, with his upcoming issue of […]

"Moral Orel" Volume 1 on DVD: Not Praiseworthy

Moral Orel is not a show I’d seen or heard much about before seeing its DVD announcement. I may have seen the name once or twice in passing on TV, but I never took much initiative in attempting to watch it. Still, that’s what DVDs are for—to catch up on what you missed on TV. […]

"Ed, Edd n Eddy: Complete Second Season": The Mighty Eds Return

The end of April brings us the DVD release of Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Complete Second Season; the first season was released at the end of last year. I wish that other series got releases so nicely spaced together. This second season of Ed, Edd n Eddy is a definite improvement over the first, […]

"The Venture Bros. Season 2": Go Team Venture!

I don’t watch many Adult Swim shows: Robot Chicken, The Boondocks, and, my personal favorite and the focus of this review, Venture Bros. Few cartoons past Futurama have made me genuinely laugh the way Venture Bros. has (and continues to do). The torrent of potty and genitalia jokes also doesn’t hurt either. For the uninformed, […]

New "Spider-Man" Series on Kids' WB! In Early 2008

Kids’ WB! has revealed that they have acquired the rights to air the upcoming animated Spider-Man series, starting in 2008. The series, tentatively titled “The Amazing Spider-Man” is being produced by Culver Entertainment, with Greg Weisman (“Gargoyles”, “The Batman”) as supervising producer and Victor Cook (“Hellboy: Blood and Iron” and “Buzz Lightyear of Star Command”) […]

Kids' WB! on The CW Nets New Spider-Man Animated Series for Early 2008 Premiere

BURBANK, CA (MARCH 1, 2007) – Spider-Man swings back into television action in early 2008 as an animated series from Culver Entertainment to air on Kids’ WB! on The CW, it was announced today by Kids’ WB! Senior Vice President and General Manager Betsy McGowen and Sony Pictures Television Co-President Zack Van Amburg. Tentatively titled […]

Warner Announces New "Tom & Jerry: Volume 1" Replacement Program Information

Warner Home Video has released an official statement about their Tom & Jerry Spotlight Collection: Volume 1 replacement program. “Previously, Warner Home Video had advised consumers who purchased Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection: Volume 1 DVD that certain episodes on Disc 1 had an alternate picture/audio track. Warner Home Video offered to replace Disc 1 […]

"The Fox and the Hound 2": For the Dogs

It wasn’t until I reviewed The Fox and the Hound that I discovered that Disney had a sequel in the works. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised, but if you’re like me, you probably wondered how they could possibly follow up an original that had already tied up all of its own loose ends. Well, […]

"A Scanner Darkly": What Does a Scanner See? Confusion and Delight.

When I first saw the trailer for A Scanner Darkly, my perception of the story, characters and director was thrown out the window. All I cared about was this animation style that they had chosen to use for this film and I knew I had to see it for that alone. The only drawback to […]

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