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Turbo FAST

Review: "Turbo FAST" Season Two - Fast, Loose, and Funny

by Ed Liuon July 31, 2015
DreamWorks Animation’s Turbo was a disappointment critically and commercially, but fortunately the animated spin-off series Turbo FAST is more successful. The series centers on racing champion snail Turbo (voiced by Reid Scott) and his supporting Fast Action Stunt Team: his brother Chet (Eric Bauza), hard-core mentor Whiplash (John Eric Bentley, doing a dead-on Samuel L. Jackson), […]
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Titmouse's Chris Prynoski on the Fast Action Stunt Animation of "Turbo FAST"

by Ed Liuon July 30, 2015
In the early 2000’s, Chris Prynoski and his wife Shannon founded Titmouse, Inc. as a T-shirt company. Mr. Prynoski had already done some animation for MTV in the 1990’s after graduating from the School of Visual Arts, but Titmouse didn’t convert to an animation studio until he landed a freelance animation gig for the Tom […]

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Kevin Conroy Brings the Sting of Justice to "Turbo FAST"

by Ed Liuon July 30, 2015
Actor Kevin Conroy is a veteran of stage, screen, and voiceover, but to many fans, he is the definitive voice of Batman. Mr. Conroy played the character starting in 1992 with Batman the Animated Series and continued on through Superman the Animated Series, Justice League, and several of the DC animated direct-to-video features and in […]
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"Wishenpoof" Launches for Amazon Prime Members on August 14, 2015

by Ed Liuon July 28, 2015
Amazon Original Kids Series Wishenpoof Will Launch for Amazon Prime Members in the US, UK and Germany on August 14 All 13 episodes of the animated preschool series, created by Angela C. Santomero (Blue’s Clues, Creative Galaxy, Super Why!) and produced by Out of the Blue Enterprises, will feature guest star voice talent Jason Priestley […]

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Review: "Justice League: Gods and Monsters" - Mostly Harmless

by Ed Liuon July 27, 2015
Take one part Alan Davis’ Justice League: The Nail, one part Doug Moench and Kelley Jones’ Batman: Red Rain, one part Jack Kirby’s The New Gods; add a dash of Watchmen murder mystery, shake well with a twist of lemon, and you’ll get something like Justice League: Gods and Monsters. The latest direct-to-video movie from […]