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"Kodocha Vol. 1": Yes Folks, It's That Good!

by James915on September 8, 2005
All right, before we begin: Yes, I’m an almost-twenty-one-year-old male. And no, this review will not fully convey just how much I, in all my twenty-one-year-old male glory, love this show. It’s directed by the man who did Fruits Basket (another shoujo series I loved) and you can definitely see the similarities. Kodocha is the […]

"Zixx: Level Two": Don't Blame Canada!

by Chad Boninon September 7, 2005
Alien cop Zixx Phunkee Zee and her reptile sidekick Flanngo have beaten Level One but have lost contact with their two previous human partners. All is well, but when Level Two starts up two kids from the town of Glen River accidentally get sucked into their intergalactic and digital war. Lost? I am too. Zixx […]

"Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok" Coming to DVD in October

by Maxie Zeuson September 6, 2005
ADV Films will release the first DVD volume of Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok on October 18, the company says. Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok: God & Detectives will include the first four episodes presented in both English 5.1 and Japanese 2.0 with English subtitles.  Video extras include character art gallery; “Actors Talk” segment with Seiyuu Yuriko […]

"Clone Wars" Vol. 2 Coming to DVD December 6

by Maxie Zeuson September 6, 2005
Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 2 will be released to DVD on December 6, StarWars.com reports. The DVD will contain five twelve-minute chapters; bonuses include galleries of animation concept art, storyboards, sketches, trailers for two upcoming LucasArts video games, and an Xbox playable demo of Battlefront II.

Paramount Releases 'A Chipmunk Christmas' and Two Other Chipmunk Holiday Specials

by Pavanbadalon September 6, 2005
Paramount Home Entertainment will release Alvin & the Chipmunks: A Chipmunk Christmas to DVD on November 1, 2005. The set will include A Chipmunk Christmas from 1981 (before the animated series started in 1983) and two other Christmas specials from 1988 and 1989 entitled Merry Christmas Mr. Carroll (AKA Alvin’s Christmas Carol) and Dave’s Wonderful […]

ADV Announces "Gantz," Other DVD Titles for October

by Maxie Zeuson September 5, 2005
ADV Films will release four anime titles to DVD on October 11, including Gantz: Deathwatch; Maburaho, Ghost of A Chance; Wild Arms: Complete Collection and All Purpose Cat Girl Nuku Nuku Dash: Complete Collection, the company says. Gantz: Deathwatch will feature episodes 18-20 in anamorphic video and both English 5.1 and Japanese 2.0 with English […]

Final Chapter of "Shadow Star Narutaru" Coming in November

by Maxie Zeuson September 5, 2005
Central Park Media will release the concluding chapter of Shadow Star Narutaru to DVD on November 8, the company says. The release will include episodes 11-13 in English and Japanese with English subtitles. DVD features include storyboards; director’s commentary; interview with the Japanese voice actors; art gallery; character art; U.S. Shadow Star Narutaru trailers; and […]

Miller Shares His Thoughts on "Batman Begins"

by James Harveyon September 4, 2005
Comic writer Frank Miller recently spoke to Now Playing Magazine about his thoughts on Batman Begins, the summer blockbuster partially based off his definitive Batman origin tale Batman: Year One. Batman Begins is the third movie this year to be based off his comic work, others being the hit Sin City and the box-office bomb […]

WHV Officially Announces 'Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997'

by Bird Boyon September 4, 2005
Update (09/03): Minor Extras Update Update (09/01): Added shots of the Amaray Case, including a peek at the disc art. (Linked as the case type in each discs description). Update (08/29): Added Front and Back Cover Art for each movie. Update (08/26): Back Cover Art added. WHV has officially announced the ‘Batman: The Motion Picture […]

"Gilgamesh" Vol. 1: Anime or Insomnia Cure?

by Karl Olsonon September 4, 2005
You know, post-Eva and post-Lain, it seems like everyone and their grandma in the anime industry has this idea that dramatic anime needs to move at a snail’s pace. Now, in the hands of the right directors, storyboarders and writers, that ambient, pastoral pacing can make some really classic series. However, in all too many […]