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"G.I. Joe" Comics News: Snake Eyes Declassified and Sigma 6

by Ed Liuon November 3, 2005
Two separate news articles at Comicon.com’s PULSE News cover G.I. Joe comic book news. The first talks to colorist John Rauch about the G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes Declassified mini-series. Several preview pages from the comic are included with the article. The second is a press release from Devil’s Due Publishing about the G.I. Joe: Sigma […]

"Are You Laughing?" Aaron McGruder and "The Boondocks"

by Ed Liuon November 3, 2005
The Hippocratic oath is, “First, do no harm.” Aaron McGruder isn’t a doctor, but if he has an oath when it comes to his comic strip The Boondocks, it’s probably “First, make sure it’s funny.” A genial McGruder participated in a teleconference with the news media on Tuesday to promote the new Boondocks animated show. […]

Titles and Descriptions of Studio Ghibli Museum Shorts Available

by Ed Liuon November 2, 2005
Nausicaa.net is reporting on three new short films which will be shown at the Studio Ghibli Museum starting January 3, 2006. The three films are: – “Yagodashi” (Looking for a Home), about a girl on the road looking for a new home – “Hoshi wo Katta Hi” (The Day I Cropped a Star), focusing on […]

Scott Morse's Red Window Pays Homage to Maurice Noble; Sequels "Southpaw"

by Ed Liuon November 2, 2005
Writer/artist Scott Morse has announced his new self-publishing venture. Dubbed Red Window, the imprint is set to launch in early 2006 with two new works of graphic fiction. The first, Noble Boy, is described as a tribute to veteran animation artist Maurice Noble, best known for his inventive backgrounds for classic cartoons like “Duck Dodgers […]

Lloyd Bochner 1924 - 2005

by Ed Liuon November 2, 2005
Actor Lloyd Bochner passed away on Saturday due to cancer at the age of 81. Best known to the general public as Michael Chambers in the Twilight Zone episode “To Serve Man,” Bochner will be best known to animation fans as the voice of Mayor Hamilton Hill in Batman the Animated series.

Tremble Mortals! The Marvel Monsters Group Comics Are Here!

by Ed Liuon October 31, 2005
Mention “Marvel Comics,” and odds are the first thought in your head will be “superheroes.” However, before Stan Lee and Jack Kirby teamed up to produce Fantastic Four #1 in 1963, it was a good bet that the first thought would have been “monsters.” The pages of Marvel Comics between World War II and the […]

NY Times Profiles Aaron McGruder and "The Boondocks"

by Ed Liuon October 31, 2005
The New York Times has published an article about Aaron McGruder’s Boondocks, coming to Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim on November 6 (registration required). The origins of the strip (and its ties to discredited Times reporter Jayson Blair), upcoming plots for the TV show, and McGruder’s use of racially charged themes and language are all discussed […]

How "Chicken Little" Affects Pixar and Disney

by Ed Liuon October 31, 2005
The New York Times notes the effect that Disney’s Chicken Little may have on their talks with Pixar Animation Studios (registration required). Both Disney and Pixar are not actively engaged in talks to renew or alter their distribution agreement, which expires in 2006. Most outsiders are speculating that both companies are waiting to see how […]

Broadband Enterprises Syndicating Warner Brothers Online Shorts

by Ed Liuon October 28, 2005
Broadband Enterprises has entered into an agreement to syndicate animated short films from Warner Brothers Online. The shorts will include “Looney Tunes,” “Gotham Girls,” and “Timberwolf”; Broadband Enterprises will sell advertising sponsorships around the programming. (via TZ Moderator Stu)

New "Johnny Quest" Comic Book Series Coming from DC

by Ed Liuon October 28, 2005
Wizard magazine is reporting that Johnny Quest will get a five-issue mini-series from DC Comics next year. The book will be written by Joe Kelly (JLA, Space Ghost) with artwork by Howard Porter.