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SDCC 2016: Warner Bros. Releases Their Schedule

by Alex Beanon June 27, 2016
The 2016 version of Comic Con in San Diego is less than a month away and Warner Bros. has released their official schedule – and it includes virtually every fan favorite show on their roster – for all the days of the convention which runs from July 21-24, 2016. Although this is the official schedule, […]
Broom-Hilda Set To Become Movie…Maybe

Broom-Hilda Set To Become Movie…Maybe

by Alex Beanon June 22, 2016
The 1970s-era comic strip “Broom-Hilda”, created by cartoonist Russell Myers, is set to possibly become a movie after having its rights purchased by “Tales From the Crypt” series/movie producers, Gilbert Adler and Jason Rosenberg. “Broom-Hilda” has already received the television treatment from Filmation’s Fabulous Funnies series, as seen in this episode of “Flying High”, voiced […]

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George Takei To Voice New Character in “Teeny Titans” Game

by Grant Whiteon June 20, 2016
Oh my! George Takei, famous for playing Sulu in the Star Trek franchise and his work for promoting gay rights, will be appearing as a brand new character in Cartoon Network’s new app game Teeny Titans. Based on the Teen Titans Go! animated series, Robin has become addicted to a new figure based collectable battling […]
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Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2016 – Gundam The Origin Staff Interview

by Grant Whiteon June 8, 2016
Prior to the Gundam The Origin III screening and panel, Toonzone News had the chance to talk to producer Osamu Taniguchi and designer Mika Akitaka about the production. TOONZONE NEWS: What was the genesis point in deciding to produce an adaptation of The Origin? OSAMU TANIGUCHI: That’s a tough one [thinks] …I’m not even sure […]

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Here’s What Heroes To Expect From Justice League Action

by Peter Paltridgeon June 6, 2016
After a three-year complete absence of action cartoons, Cartoon Network is finally willing to give the genre another shot with Justice League Action this fall. In some ways your favorite DC heroes won’t be the same (episodes will be 11 minutes long, not 22) and in some ways they will be (Kevin Conroy is Batman […]
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This Week, DC Changes Its Logo Again

by Peter Paltridgeon May 17, 2016
Some things are just routine. You go to work. You wash your car. You do your laundry. And if you’re DC, you change your logo. Above is what DC will start branding its comics with, beginning with DC Universe Rebirth Special #1 on May 25. Unlike the last few, it’s got a deliberately retro punch, […]

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Darwyn Cooke Passes Away At The Age Of 53

by Peter Paltridgeon May 14, 2016
Yesterday we reported that celebrated comic artist Darwyn Cooke had gone into palliative care following an advanced and aggressive stage of cancer. Unfortunately, those cells had him by the throat and he did not last another 24 hours. “We regret to inform you that Darwyn lost his battle with cancer early this morning at 1:30 […]
Marvel Ranks Top 10 Moms

Marvel Ranks Top 10 Moms

by Alex Beanon May 14, 2016
Better late than never. A week after Mother’s Day, Marvel got around to ranking what they feel are the Top 10 mothers [by their definitions] in their universe… Video credit: Marvel Entertainment Discuss on the Toonzone Forums

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Darwyn Cooke Being Treated For Aggressive Cancer

by Peter Paltridgeon May 13, 2016
Darwyn Cooke is one of the coolest artists in the comic book industry, with a slick art-deco style that’s very appealing. His retro miniseries Justice League: The New Frontier was one of DC’s most popular modern efforts, and was turned into an animated movie in 2008. And now we’re in danger of losing him. This […]
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Review: “Deadpool” Blu-ray – A Fun, Vulgar Take on the Superhero Origin Formula

by James Harveyon May 13, 2016
From the very first frame, Deadpool positions itself as something different: a brash, loud and crude action-comedy superhero movie that offers something different. But, really, it’s the same superhero origin movie we’ve been seeing for years now, though it skillfully uses a distorted narrative, crude humor, and solid set pieces to cover up those well-known […]