An Important Announcement

Dear readers, We value your comments more than anything else. And, well, we’ve heard your concerns about our just-unveiled new direction. Some of them were constructive. Others were in all caps and misspelled. Regardless, we’ve taken them all into account. Therefore, we’re going to go back to our old direction, effective immediately. We thank you […]

Animation vs. Video Games UPDATE - More Characters Added!

We’ve just got news of MORE characters being added to the roster!  Here’s the list: Animation: – Homer Simpson (The Simpsons) – Peter Griffin (Family Guy) – Bender (Futurama) – Fred Flintstone (The Flintstones) – Wall-E (Wall-E) – Yusuke Urameshi (Yu Yu Hakusho) – Edward Elric (Full Metal Alchemist) – Light Yagami (Death Note) – […]

Japanese Plastic Resources At Critical Low, Blames Hobby Industry

Japan is running dangerously low on plastic resources and the blame is being pointed at the country’s well known hobby industry. Companies such as Bandai, Takaratomy and SEGA are being blamed for the crisis which has left the country with no available plastic for more common household items such as cups and chairs. Environmental officers […]

Wallace & Gromit To Star In R-Rated 'Gangsta' Movie

Aardman Animation has announced a new entry in their popular Wallace & Gromit franchise, ‘N’ Da Hood’. The film is the first co-production between Aardman and new American business partner Iris Slate. In a controversial move, the new film will push the duo further than ever before. After one of Wallace’s inventions is stolen by […]

Robert Zemeckis Revealed to be Motion-Captured CGI Animated Character

Film director Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Beowulf, and A Christmas Carol (you know, the ugly-ass version that came out last year)) has been revealed to be a motion-captured CGI animated creature disguising himself as a normal human being (seen in photo at right between Tim Burton (left) and Joseph […]


Warner Home Video has announced, exclusively to toonzone, a major initiative to release many of its most highly demanded classics on Blu-Ray and DVD. “To all of those wishing for fully restored releases of their favorite cartoons – we’ve heard you,” stated Mackenzie Holstinenopp, sales and marketing representative for Warner Home Video. “These three releases […]

The Downfall of Cartoon Network: Just Blame Canada

We’ve all seen it coming. Cartoon Network has been heading in this direction for the past few years now, and despite our protests, they have chosen not only to continue in this direction but to speed up the very process. How many casualties have there been in their push to change their very nature? So […]

Cool Stuff: Second Wind

A limber old man and his gigantic feline frolic about during a journey to lands unknown. When elderly fellow befriends a spirit, the abnormally large cat’s jealous side inadvertently causes his untimely demise. It’s a little dark and would have still been worth a look without the happy ending.  I really love Ian Worrell’s style. […]

New Anime Company Formed; Licenses Kodomo No Jikan

Seattle, WA – SeAnime, a new localization house headed by former Microsoft employee Susan Modny has not only announced its existence today, but also their first title, fan favorite Kodomo no Jikan. Retitled for N. America as Playground Love, the company initially plans to release it dub-only using the original broadcast master (not the uncensored […]

Australian Parliament Debates Banning All Cartoons

Canberra, Australia  – Following Australia’s national internet censorship initiative, their legislation banning adult women who fit a certain body-type from pornography and the recent banning all cartoon pornography, Australian MPs have decided to use this momentum to introduce additional legislation that would ban all animated content, citing the rights of fictional characters. One MP stated […]

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