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Duane Capizzi Remembers "Men in Black: The Series"

With The Batman Versus Dracula now on shelves, and the third season of The Batman off to a great start, Toon Zone sat down with writer, editor, and story producer Duane Capizzi to talk about one of his earlier Kids’ WB cartoons, Men In Black: The Animated Series. Based on the popular live-action movies, this […]

"DuckTales", "Rescue Rangers" Episode Lists Confirmed

TV Shows on DVD has confirmed the final episode lineup for Disney’s eagerly anticipated DuckTales and Chip N’ Dale Rescue Rangers DVDs. Each set will contain the first 27 episodes of each series – but with one imporant caveat – the pilot origin “movies” have not been included. It is unclear whether Disney will include […]

"Sonic X Project: Shadow" DVD Announced

4Kids Entertainment Home Video, Inc., in association with FUNimation Entertainment, will release Sonic X Volume 8: Project Shadow to DVD on November 15, 2005. Featuring six episodes from the series on 4Kids TV, the DVD will hit stores the same day as the new video game Shadow the Hedgehog. The DVD runs for 130 minutes […]

Pixar Hit with Two Class Action Lawsuits

The Los Angeles Times reports that Pixar Animation Studios has been sued in two separate class-action lawsuits (free registration required). Both suits charge that the company deliberately misled investors when projecting DVD sales for The Incredibles. Pixar described the lawsuits as “completely baseless.”

"Clone High": Don't Skip This Oddball Class

Clone High takes place in a high school made up of teenaged clones of historical figures. How could this show, with its off-the-wall humor, challenging teen issues (including sleep deprivation, catching ADD from toilet seats, women playing sports, being upstaged by John Stamos, and getting drunk off alcohol-free beer) and bizarre concept, possibly fail? Simple. […]

"Wallace & Gromit" DVD Game Hops to U.S.

A DVD game series based on Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is set to launch in the U.S., following a deal between Zoo Digital and LA games producer/distributor Snap TV, C21Media reports. The deal marks the first time a Zoo product has been published in the U.S.

No Theatrical Release for English-dub "Totoro"

Nausicaa.net has posted a report from the English dub premiere of Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro. The report notes that there are no plans for any theatrical release of the movie and follows up on several Ghibli DVD projects, including the news that a release of Isao Takahata’s Only Yesterday has been shelved indefinitely.

"Zoids/ZERO": Shallow Plot Undermines Great Battles

After the great success of Zoids: Chaotic Century and Zoids: Guardian Force, another sequel was a natural move. Unfortunately, instead of another epic battle between good and evil, the creators have messed with success, producing just another dull tournament series. Centuries after the final defeat of the Death Saurer, Zoid Warriors pilot a new brand […]

"Ghost Talker's Daydream": My Mistress Sees Dead People

Misaki Saiki has an abnormal gift; she can speak with the dead. She’s also the best dominatrix at an S&M club in Tokyo. She gets no peace in either one of her lives. She talks to the dead as a special consultant for Tokyo’s version of the X Files, and stalker fans with digital cams […]

Preview: "Shadow Skill" Deserves a Fireball to the Heiny

In my long-ago high school days I was a member of the anime club. Back then, our options were limited to whatever random VHS tape we could find, and one of them was a two-episode number called Shadow Skill. In it, a fighting chick trains a kid in the titular martial art, which was developed […]

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