The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Tommy Nelson Inc. will produce and distribute two special DVD releases of Davey and Goliath exclusively for Christian bookstores and religious markets, TVShowsOnDVD reports. Davey and Goliath: The New Skates and Davey and Goliath: Lost in a Cave will get mid- to late-summer releases and retail for $12.99.
The Dragon Ball Z movies are fickle. Some of them rock (World’s Strongest, Super Android 13!, the first Broly film), and some of them completely and utterly suck (Tree of Might, Lord Slug, Movie #11). Then there are those films that could have been something great but just weren’t (the Cooler Movies). In Broly Second […]
Ah, Dragon Ball GT, the red-headed stepchild of the franchise. Shunned by almost all Dragon Ball fans for throwing out any nuance the previous series might have had, this series survives on the Dragon Ball name alone. When FUNimation brought over the series to America, they cut the first sixteen episodes so they could get […]
Dragonball Z is probably one of the most iconic anime series ever created. Full of action and adventure, the series became was huge in Japan even before it migrated over to the U.S. and became even bigger. In fact, it grew so big that series creator Akira Toriyama was literally forced to continue the series […]
Hero Video Productions will release Telling Stories: The Comic Book Creators, a collection of interviews with comic book artists, to DVD this summer, the company said today. Bruce Timm, Greg Rucka, Howard Chaykin, Steve Englehart, Adam Hughes, Trina Robbins, Jimmy Palmiotti, Geoff Johns and Arnold Drake are among interviewees; in addition, the DVD will feature […]
FUNimation has acquired the domestic video rights to Gene Simmons’ new animated series My Dad the Rock Star, the company announced today, and expects to release the series to DVD this fall. Simmons has signed on to help promote the release. The series, which chronicles the adventures of a rock star’s son who discovers the […]
These days, among all the wildly eccentric characters, dazzling special effects, zany wisecracks, and grandiose musical numbers, it’s easy to forget the innocence and simplicity that marked the early years of Walt Disney’s career. In fact, it’s hard to imagine modern filmmakers letting audiences sit still for more than a few minutes without hitting them […]
These days animation is enjoying something of a golden age, expanding its audience, winning Academy Awards, and earning hundreds of millions. However, for all the hoopla that inevitably surrounds the latest rendering technology, it’s important to remember that CGI is not the only fish in the sea. Though nothing on the scale of Shrek or […]