Updated (5/1): Final specs (including the confirmed commentary list) have been added below. Update (4/8): As the back cover art states, the aspect ratio of Justice League: Season Two is in it’s “original television exhibition.” This means that while the image is widescreen, the actual video itself is situated between two permanent widescreen bars, making […]
On the heels of the Kids WB! Fall Schedule announcement come images from two of their new acquisitions: Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get A Clue! and Tom And Jerry Tales. Presented below are the first shots of the new Scooby Doo designs and an image of a very classic looking Tom and Jerry.
This Thursday, April 20th, there will be an auction at Cartoon Network benefiting Fyn Stec, who has been diagnosed with liver cancer at age 4. Fyn is the son of Paul Stec (Director for Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends) and Dayla Corcoran (production coordinator on Dexter’s Lab and Shrek). For more information, please see the […]
The official McFarlane Toys website has unveiled the first wave of toys based on the classic Hanna-Barbera characters. Included in the first wave are two Flinstones, two Tom & Jerry, Hong Kong Phooey and Quick Draw McGraw.
Whenever someone asks me what I think about Robot Chicken, I’m hesitant to answer. It really isn’t a well written show by any means, and it relies mostly on toilet humor and vulgar gross out sketches. Having said that, I absolutely love this show. I originally had low expectations as early reviews painted the show […]
Update (3/17): Updated cover art and back cover art added; special features added. Update (2/25): Cover art added. WHV has announced the third season of X-Men Evolution on DVD for a May 23rd release. The DVD will feature a small array of special features spread across two discs, featuring all thirteen episodes from the popular […]
Minoriteam is Adult Swim’s newest creation from Williams Street and is set to premiere on television March 19th. Fans of Adult Swim no doubt caught the preview of the first episode back when Boondocks first premiered on the network and they were again no doubt confused by what they saw in those quick first twelve […]
Toon Zone’s new Todd McFarlane’s Spawn website has launched, and included in the site is a new interview with the first animated Spawn‘s supervising director, Eric Radomski. The interview goes into Radomski’s career on the show and his overall thoughts on the show’s quality and production. Further interviews are to be added to the site […]