TVShowsOnDVD has details on what to do if your He-Man and the Masters of the Universe – Season 1, Volume 1 DVD set is damaged. There have been several reports of scratched discs since the set went on the market on Tuesday, October 10.
Premiering and ending in the fall of 1989, The Legend of Zelda consisted of only thirteen episodes and aired during The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!. The complete The Legend of Zelda series hits DVD October 18th, with a few special features to back up the collection. Well excuuuse me, PrincessIf you’ve been around Zelda […]
DVDTalk.com has conducted an e-mail interview with Richard Golezowski of Aardman Animation. Golezowski is the director of the on-going Creature Comforts series.
It’s amazing how far Toonami has come. Way back in 1997, it looked like just another generic action block, starring Moltar from the then-popular Space Ghost Coast to Coast to drum up some ratings. It had old-school 80’s cartoons, old-school 70’s cartoons, and the first “reinvention” of a classic series, and some people didn’t expect […]
Last time on Samurai 7, three peasants by the names of Kirara, Komochi and Rikichi traveled to the city to find some samurai willing to defend their village from the horrible Nobuseri – a band of giant mecha raiders who extort grain from the peasants’ village in exchange for not obliterating the lot of them. […]
Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok is a charming fantasy series about Norse mythology. Of course, most of the charm comes from the large charms on the female protagonist, Mayura. But it also comes through the varied and colorful palette, the relatively light-hearted tone (which also becomes serious when needed), and a lack of any real violent […]
VIZ Media has announced the further expansion of its Shonen Jump brand with the launch of the Shonen Jump Home Video Line. This new line will offer several highly anticipated anime titles on home video and DVD based on popular series that originally appeared in the Shonen Jump monthly manga anthology. The first two titles […]
Here’s a paradox for you: the more famous and popular a classic TV cartoon is, the less likely you are to see it quickly released on DVD. Look at Warner Bros., which has hustled The Perils of Penelope Pitstop out long before, say, Pinky and the Brain. Conversely, marginal shows, especially those produced by small […]
Animator Ralph Bakshi has been interviewed by Newsarama.com about the DVD re-issue of Fire and Ice, his 1983 animated swords and sorcery film that teamed him with painter Frank Frazetta and writers Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway. Toon Zone reviewed the DVD in August.
Shinichi Watanabe has made quite a name for himself when it comes to comedic anime. His direction of the self-proclaimed “Quack Experimental Anime,” Excel Saga, and its bitingly satirical yet perverse magical girl spin off, Puni Puni Poemy, has gained applause internationally and in Japan. However, before adapting Excel Saga, Watanabe did another manga adaptation. […]