A website for the May 24th release of the Samurai Jack: Season Two two-disc DVD set is now online. The site includes a rundown of the release, as well as wallpapers, downloadables, videos, and more.
Major media conglomerates are reporting stronger financial performance in the first quarter of 2005. Time Warner, parent company of Warner Bros. Pictures and Cartoon Network, had operating income of $1.8 billion in the first quarter of 2005, up from $1.6 billion in the same quarter a year ago, the company said yesterday. Revenues rose 3% […]
ADV Films has acquired Makoto Shinkai’s The Place Promised in Our Early Days for release in North America, the company said yesterday. The sci-fi film, which was awarded the Animation Film Award at the 59th annual Mainichi Film Concours, will make its U.S. theatrical debut at The Tribeca Grand Theatre in New York City May […]
Last time on Karl Reviews Madlax, he’d received a two episode screener that left him wanting more just because he had no idea what on Earth was going on. In between that time and now, he got another screener in a great big metal ammo case that had the same two episodes, only dubbed this […]
Future Shop will begin carrying a four-disc, special edition DVD release of Brooke Burgess’s Broken Saints on May 10, it was announced yesterday. The twelve-hour saga, which began as an online, Flash-animated graphic novel, will feature revamped art and effects, a 5.1 Dolby Surround remix, and optional voice narration featuring William B. Davis, Kirby Morrow, […]
Kronk’s New Groove likely won’t hit DVD until January 2006, the better to coincide with the launch of The Emperor’s New School on Disney Channel, Ultimate Disney reports, citing Variety. The site also reports that Disney has such titles as Cinderella III, The Little Mermaid III, Brother Bear II, The Aristocats II, The Tinker Bell […]
In the early 1990s, a shift occurred in the comic book publishing world. Increased desire for creative freedom and financial reward led to a small boom of small press and self-publishers offering alternatives to the mostly homogenous output of Marvel and DC Comics. One of the most successful creators to break into the business was […]
Anchor Bay Entertainment will release the AOL web series Princess Natasha to home video, World Screen reports. The twenty-part series will be released in installments featuring ten episodes each. AOL will also develop two exclusive bonus episodes for the release and two games for DVD and video.
DVD Answers has put the official specs and cover art for the DVD of the DC Comics / Vertigo title, Constantine. Expect two versions of the DVD, a double disc collectors edition and a single-disc, regular edition.
Disney will release Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie to DVD on September 13, Animated Bliss reports. It will retail for $19.99.