Danger Mouse: Seasons 5 & 6 is coming to DVD on March 28, 2006, TVShowsOnDVD reports. The 2-disc set will contain 37 episodes (10 minutes each) and will retail for $29.95 SRP.
Warner Home Video is including the 1950s animated short 8 Ball Bunny on the March Of The Penguins documentary DVD, AWN reports. The short features Bugs Bunny as he helps a penguin go home via New Orleans, Martinique, the Panama Canal, and the South Pole. However, the kicker is that the penguin’s home is actually […]
Topps’ 1985 animated series Garbage Pail Kids is coming to DVD on April 4, 2006, TVShowsOnDVD reports. The 13-episode series will be released in a 2-disc set which will retail for $27.95 SRP. (hat tip: Dan Collins)
TVShowsOnDVD has artwork for the previously announced DVD release of The Real Ghostbusters.
German media company EM.Entertainment has further expanded its home entertainment activities with long-term contracts with Munich-based Universum Film and Hamburg-based Warner Bros. Entertainment, C21Media reports. The Universum DVD and video deal encompasses a range of children and youth titles from the EM.Entertainment library, including one animated Pippi Longstocking feature and four animated Heidi feature films, […]
The previously announced Otaku Unite! is coming to DVD on March 7, 2006. It will retail for $19.95 SRP. [Source: Central Park Media]
ADV Films has announced the following four new titles set to hit store shelves on February 21, 2006: * Gantz Season 1 Box Set (SRP $69.98) is a DVD-only thin-pack release containing all 13 episodes from the first season, presented in anamorphic video with both English 5.1 sound and Japanese 2.0 with English subtitles. * […]
ADV Films has announced the following five new titles hitting stores on February 14, 2006: * Maburaho: Divine Intervention (SRP $29.98) is a DVD-only release including episodes 19-21, presented in both English 5.1 and Japanese 2.0 with English subtitles. Extras include “Art of Maburaho,” clean opening animation, clean closing animation, and previews of upcoming ADV […]
Central Park Media’s Peter Tatara has written a blog entry talking about what it was like walking five miles into work to make anime during the recent New York Metro Transit Authority strike. [Source: Central Park Media]
In 1984, a young animator named John Lasseter left Disney to work for George Lucas’ special effects group. 21 years, six feature films, 10 short films, and fifteen Academy Awards later, Pixar Animation Studios has firmly established itself as one of the finest American animation studios in the history of the medium. To commemorate their […]