Warner Animation Group Announces Pair Of Mystery Projects

by Alex Beanon May 7, 2014
These days, the major film producing studios think way in advance and make announcements accordingly, such is the case with the newly formed Warner Animation Group. Since being rekindled, WAG had its first feature movie – “The LEGO Movie” – be a monstrous hit this year, so far raking in nearly half a billion American […]

Archer Penetrates Comedy Central – Phrasing!

by Alex Beanon May 7, 2014
After receiving a renewal for seasons six and seven earlier this year, the FX animated spy comedy “Archer” was further bolstered by being selected for syndication by the Comedy Central network. The syndication deal covers all previous seasons plus future seasons of the show which recently completed its fifth season. For the first two years […]


New X-Men Days Of Future Past Teaser

by Alex Beanon May 6, 2014
Mutants have to look out for other mutants and everybody has to look at Jennifer Lawrence in a blue body suit as Mystique in this teaser for the upcoming “X-Men: Days of Future Past” – due to be released on May 23, 2014…

The Word For Bird? Viddiverse

by Alex Beanon May 6, 2014
Former Nickelodeon executive, Malcolm Bird, has launched a new kids social network [a la Disney’s Club Penguin] called Viddiverse. The new heavily video-based social network is focused on kids between the ages of eight and 13 – the so-called “tweens” – and features content from popular kid’s entertainment sources such as Nelvana and Zodiak Kids. […]


New Gotham Trailer

by Alex Beanon May 6, 2014
The new Batman-themed prequel, “Gotham” from Fox officially received their series order for its debut in the autumn and rolled out their brand spanking new trailer…

Spring 2014 Anime Impressions: “Captain Earth”

by on May 5, 2014
I have to admit, to having a love/hate relationship with Studio BONES. On one hand, they never disappoint in the technical aspects of a series. On the other, sometimes the stories they tell lack proper development and conclusion (I’m looking at you, Star Driver ).  Despite this I’m always excited when BONES announces a new […]


Spring 2014 Anime Impressions: “The World is Still Beautiful”

by on May 5, 2014
I checked out The World is Still Beautiful on a whim, knowing nothing about its premise or characters.  I saw a poster and liked the design of the main character, and from there decided to watch when Crunchyroll picked the series up for a simulcast. The first episode came and I saw that the plot […]

Bob’s Burgers – Gene It On – Season 4, Episode 20

by Alex Beanon May 5, 2014
Synopsis: Tina is trying out for the cheerleader squad at Wagstaff but Gene gets the gig after overcheering for Tina during her tryout, thrilling Linda – who just wanted to vicariously live through her high school life with one legitimate cheerleader in the family. Details: Tina decides it is a good idea to try out […]


Disney Blows Its Own Maleficent Horns At El Capitan Theatre

by Alex Beanon May 2, 2014
Disney’s upcoming movie, “Maleficent”, starring Angelina Jolie as the evil villainess torn straight from the pages of the “Sleeping Beauty” fairy tale, is not set to open until later this month but the head horns Jolie wore as the Maleficent character as well as other props used in the movie will be on display beginning […]

Naruto Statue Available At 2014 Comic Con

by Alex Beanon May 2, 2014
A limited edition 1/6 scale statue figure of Naruto wearing his father’s red flamed coat will be available from Gecco and VIZ Media at the 2014 Comic Con this summer in San Diego. The statue figure, standing 27 centimeters [10.6 inches] tall with the flowing 4th Hokage’s coat, will be available only at the 2014 […]