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Preview of "Teen Titans Go!" #43 on ComicSpace

by Ed Liuon May 31, 2007
Writer J. Torres has posted a 5-page preview of Teen Titans Go! #43 on his ComicSpace page. In the comic, villains Psimon and Dr. Light team up and form a super-team of their own to take on the Teen Titans. The issue is on sale now. (via Toon Zone member DisneyBoy)

"Art of Warner Brothers Cartoons" Opens in Allentown Art Museum in June

by Ed Liuon May 31, 2007
An exhibition titled “The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons” will be on display in the Allentown Art Museum in Allentown, PA, from June 24, 2007 to September 16, 2007. The exhibit is an expanded version of a 1985 show at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art, and will contain drawings, paintings, cels, and screenings […]

Superman Doomsday Premieres at San Diego Comic-Con on July 26

by Ed Liuon May 31, 2007
The Superman Doomsday direct-to-video animated film will make its debut on the opening night of the San Diego Comic-Con on July 26, 2007. The official San Diego Comic-Con website has also posted a brief interview with producer Bruce Timm on the DTV.

Ben Caldwell Talks "Dare Detectives," JLU Covers

by Ed Liuon May 30, 2007
Artist Ben Caldwell has been interviewed by Newsarama about a variety of subjects, including his series Dare Detectives (published by Dark Horse Comics), the covers he did for DC’s Justice League Unlimited comic book series, the design work he did for Legion of Superheroes, and his “How-to” books on cartooning.

Adam Beechen on "Edgar and Ellen," "JLU," and More

by Ed Liuon May 30, 2007
Writer Adam Beechen has been interviewed by the ComicBloc website about his many assorted writing projects, including DC’s Justice League Unlimited comic book, Cartoon Network’s Teen Titans, Nickelodeon’s Edgar and Ellen, and an upcoming episode of Johnny Test. Beechen spends the majority of the interview discussing his work for DC Comics, including the monthly Robin […]

Andrea Romano Interviewed at (Parts 1-3 Posted)

by Ed Liuon May 30, 2007 has posted part 1 of a 3-part interview with voice director Andrea Romano. The first section of the interview discusses what a voice director’s responsibilities are and what a typical day recording Avatar is like. (UPDATED May 21, 2007): Part 2 of the interview has been posted, which details how Romano became a voice […]

Creating "Lil’ Bush": A Conference Call with Donick Cary and Iggy Pop

by Ed Liuon May 30, 2007
Donick Cary is a veteran of television comedy, starting out as a writer for Late Night with David Letterman and The Simpsons. Late last year, he was tapped by Amp’d Mobile to create animated shows for broadcast on cell phones. The result was Lil’ Bush, a comedy series that follows the misadventures of a pint-sized […]

"Class of 3000" Season 2 Debuts June 7, 2007

by Ed Liuon May 29, 2007
Cartoon Network has announced that the second season of Class of 3000 will debut on June 7, 2007. The series stars André “3000” Benjamin of OutKast as Sunny Bridges, a music superstar who quits the business to become a music teacher. On June 7, Cartoon Network will run a marathon of season 1 episodes starting […]

"Kim Possible" Co-Creators to Leave Disney

by Ed Liuon May 29, 2007
Reports are circulating on the Internet that Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley will be leaving the Walt Disney Company when season 4 of Kim Possible wraps up production. The two co-created the series about a cheerleader and superheroine after a long career with animated Disney television properties such as Hercules and Aladdin. Series director Steve […]

"Creature Comforts" Comes to CBS in June

by Ed Liuon May 29, 2007
Aardman Animation’s Creature Comforts series will be making its American broadcast TV debut on CBS starting June 4, 2007, at 8:00 PM. The series will use interviews with a variety of American subjects as the soundtrack for stop-motion animated sequences starring a menagerie of animals. (via Animated Shorts)