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DreamWorks Trolls

Review: “Trolls” – Licensed Property Film with a Large Side Order of Bizarre

by Christopher Glennonon November 4, 2016
The word “troll” has so many different connotations. Whether it conjures pictures of hilariously bad horror movies or people anonymously spewing anger all over the Internet, trolls have moved far past their origins as ugly creatures of Scandinavian folklore. That also includes being known in pop culture as cute collectible dolls with wild hair. Cute […]

SDCC 2016: Toonzone Interviews Titmouse Studios’ Chris Prynoski

by Christopher Glennonon August 24, 2016
Titmouse Studios hit San Diego Comic-Con 2016 in a most unusual way, driving around the convention center in its custom RV and picking up people to take a ride and chat with president and co-founder Chris Prynoski. Mr. Prynoski welcomed Toonzone News into the RV, whose interior was wall to wall black light posters, with ice […]

Two Strings Tuesday: From Coraline to Kubo: A Magical LAIKA Experience

by Christopher Glennonon August 23, 2016
Welcome to the last entry in Toonzone’s “Two Strings Tuesdays,” the day dedicated to special content posted a week in conjunction with the upcoming release of LAIKA Animation Studio’s latest feature film Kubo and the Two Strings (now in theaters). For our earlier installments, check out: Roundtable interview with director Travis Knight and producer Arianne Sutner On the set […]

SDCC2016: The Marvel Animation Panel

by Christopher Glennonon August 18, 2016
Kicking off this year’s Marvel Animation Panel was the first part of a never before seen episode of Ultimate Spider-Man. Returning to the Spider-Verse, and this time taking Miles Morales aka Kid Arachnid with him, Spider-Man journeyed to a pirate-themed world, teaming up with Web-Beard the Pirate. Played by Will Friedle, Web-Beard brought along a […]

Kubo and the Two Strings

Review: “Kubo and the Two Strings” – The Stop-Motion Hero’s Journey

by Christopher Glennonon August 18, 2016
On the tenth anniversary of LAIKA Studios, the studio at the height of stop-motion animation, comes their fourth movie, Kubo and the Two Strings. While all of LAIKA’s movies feature young human protagonists in a world of magic and monsters, each movie has its own style and feel. Kubo is their most ambitious action film yet, […]
Kubo and the Two Strings Art Parkinson

Two Strings Tuesday: An Interview With Travis Knight, Director of “Kubo and the Two Strings”

by Christopher Glennonon August 16, 2016
Welcome back to Toonzone’s “Two Strings Tuesdays,” the day dedicated to special content posted a week in conjunction with the upcoming release of LAIKA Animation Studio’s latest feature film Kubo and the Two Strings (coming to theaters on August 19, 2016). For our earlier installments, check out: Roundtable interview with director Travis Knight and producer […]

Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Monsters

SDCC 2016: “Batman Unlimited” Interviews with Roger Craig Smith, Will Friedle, and John DiMaggio

by Christopher Glennonon August 15, 2016
At San Diego Comic Con International 2016, Toonzone News was able to sit down in press roundtable interview sessions with Roger Craig Smith (Batman), Will Friedle (Nightwing), and John DiMaggio (Killer Croc) in connection with the upcoming animated movie Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants. ROGER CRAIG SMITH QUESTION: How does it feel to voice Batman? ROGER CRAIG […]

SDCC 2016: “Batman: The Killing Joke” Interviews – Kevin Conroy, Tara Strong, Ray Wise, Brian Azzarello, Sam Liu, and Bruce Timm

by Christopher Glennonon August 12, 2016
San Diego Comic Con 2016 premiered latest DC Animated Film Batman: The Killing Joke. Toonzone News and other members of the press was able to sit down for round table interviews with Kevin Conroy (Batman), Tara Strong (Batgirl), Ray Wise (Commissioner Gordon), director Sam Liu, screenwriter Brian Azzarello, and executive producer Bruce Timm. TARA STRONG […]

Steven Universe Marble Madness

SDCC 2016: “Steven Universe” Interviews with Rebecca Sugar, Ian Jones-Quartey, Zach Callison, and the Crystal Gems

by Christopher Glennonon August 12, 2016
Steven Universe, the show of a boy named Steven with a magical Gem in his bellybutton and the adventures he has with the Crystal Gems Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl, is not only airing new episodes all summer but also had a huge musical panel at San Diego Comic Con 2016. Toonzone News, along with other […]
Steven Universe Mr. Greg

SDCC 2016: The Cartoon Network “Steven Universe” Panel

by Christopher Glennonon August 11, 2016
Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe has been steadily gaining popularity since it premiered in 2013. The fact that Comic Con devoted an entire panel to it in the massive Indigo Ballroom is a testament to the show’s power and strong fan base. One of the things the show has come to be known for is its […]