An article in The New York Times notes that Disney’s Chicken Little has the potential for a major breakthrough in 3-D movies and has already spurred several theatres to upgrade to digital projection systems (registration required). The article notes that the new 3-D process will be more advanced than even recent movies like Spy Kids […]
Several new comics previews are available on the Internet: – Mile High Comics has advance previews of Marvel and DC comic books hitting stands on September 28, including Defenders #3 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire (Marvel); and Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere #4 by Gaiman, Mike Carey, and Glenn Fabry (DC/Vertigo) – Newsarama.com continues […]
DreamWorks Animation Studios has announced several of their forthcoming movie releases through 2009, including Kung Fu Panda with Jack Black in the title role and a sequel to this year’s Madagascar. Other projects listed include Over the Hedge and Flushed Away for 2006 and How to Train Your Dragon, Rex Havoc, It Came From Earth! […]
Owen Dunne’s You Damn Kid! webcomic has been optioned by Fox TV to become an animated television show. Based on the content of the comic, the show is expected to follow in the tradition of irreverent animated family cartoons on Fox from The Simpsons to Family Guy. (via Heidi MacDonald’s The Beat weblog)
Marvel Comics announced details for several of its projects coming in 2006 over the weekend at the Diamond Retailer Summit. Highlights include a project by Neil Gaiman involving Jack Kirby’s Eternals, the Supreme Power: Squadron Supreme relaunch in March, the return of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday to Astonishing X-Men in February, and the Omega […]
The New York Times Arts section briefly discusses Tetsujin, an anime series debuting on DVD tomorrow that centers on scientists who must confront the fruits of their wartime research (registration required). A separate article covers the shojo (manga for girls) phenomenon. Discuss this news on the Anime Forum.