The “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is coming to digital on August 8, 2017 and Blu-ray on August 22, 2017 and if that was not enough to get you excited then here is the Hoff burning it up on the “Inferno” music video bonus feature…
Following a grand battle that left neither side undamaged, season 3 of Voltron Legendary Defender has the feel of starting a new book in an ongoing saga. The “Paladins” of Voltron are no longer green and ready to take the fight to the Galra Empire, which is itself left uncertain by Emperor Zarkon incapacitation from […]
When Lost in Oz premiered as a pilot, I said, “The very best thing I can say about Lost in Oz is that I really, really hope Amazon picks it up for a full season because I’m absolutely dying to find out what happens next.” Fortunately, someone was listening, since Lost in Oz was picked […]
This is gonna sound really bizarre, but in the old old ooolllddd days of anime, you couldn’t watch something by clicking on a mouse button or putting a disc into a player or even really buying it. In the way way back of long long ago you had to get a tape, and frequently that […]
Disenchanted with Netflix’s recent purge of quality cartoons like Futurama and American Dad? Good news, everyone — Matt Groening himself is now on the Netflix payroll. Wondering what he’s thinking up? Today we found out. In 2016 the news broke that Netflix was working with Groening to create a new animated series. Eighteen months of […]
Emmy-winning writer and composer Billy Lopez has racked up an impressive resume of credits on a variety of pre-school shows, beginning in 2005 with a stint as script coordinator on Nick Jr’s The Wonder Pets! before he worked his way up to head writer on that show, and subsequently on 3rd & Bird!, Cloud Bread, […]
At their Sailor Moon panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2017, VIZ Media announced that Chris Niosi will voice Pegasus in the upcoming English dub of Sailor Moon SuperS. Stay tuned for Toonzone’s full coverage of the panel, coming soon!
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” comes to digital and Blu-ray – but not before a brief visit to the 1980s…