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YouTube To Host 2014 E3 Trailer Battle Channel

by Alex Beanon June 3, 2014
One of the year’s biggest tech events is nearly upon us – the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo known as E3, in Los Angeles – and this year, E3 officials have collaborated with Google and YouTube to create a specific channel designed to showcase all the trailers launched during the event [which runs from June 10-13, […]
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Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2014: Aniplex Panel

by Grant Whiteon June 2, 2014
Hosted by Yosuke Kodaka, Aniplex US’ Licensing Manager, the panel began with a brief video montage of popular titles that Aniplex were involved with including Kill La Kill. Stating that it was the companies first time hosting a UK panel, he asked for a show of hands to gauge awareness of the company over here […]

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Achtung! Germany Has Very Efficient World Cup Cartoons

by Alex Beanon June 2, 2014
Germany expects to win the 2014 World Cup and perhaps no media corporation is more certain of that outcome than Tele 5, which has commissioned a live daily animation show called “Hoggschde Konzentration” to comedically follow the daily events of the German men’s national team as they compete in Brazil beginning next week. There will […]
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Chuck Is Amuck, Again

by Alex Beanon May 29, 2014
Despite the annoying nuisance of being, technically, dead for the past 12 years, Charles Martin “Chuck” Jones – one of the world’s greatest animators of his time – will have his animation art touring the country in a Smithsonian Touring Exhibit entitled “What’s Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones”. The exhibit features 22 […]

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Several Animated Films/TV Shows Up For Golden Trailers

by Alex Beanon May 29, 2014
The 15th Annual Golden Trailer Awards are nearly upon us. What are the Golden Trailer Awards? They are exactly what you think they are – awards for the best movie or television trailers over the course of the last year – and this year, several animated films, TV shows and video games will be jousting […]
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Aisha Tyler Talks Archer, E3 And Watch Dogs

by Alex Beanon May 28, 2014
Aisha Tyler – aka Lana Kane from “Archer” – was recently interviewed and quizzed about the possibility of an “Archer” video game [miniscule, unless show creator Adam Reed can call all the shots and make it as good as the show itself], her role in the recently released “Watch Dogs” video game and the upcoming […]

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PR: MCM London Comic Con smashes attendance record, tops 100,000 visitors

by Grant Whiteon May 28, 2014
MCM LONDON COMIC CON – EXCEL LONDON – 23-25 MAY MCM London Comic Con smashes attendance record, tops 100,000 visitors Last weekend saw MCM London Comic Con pass the 100,000 visitor mark for the first time, smashing the Excel-based event’s previous highest attendance record. Show organisers revealed that 101,600 attendees came through the doors of […]
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FIFA Launches First World Cup Video

by Alex Beanon May 23, 2014
Reports from Brazil indicate the scenes around Rio and the various stadiums hosting the matches of next month’s 2014 World Cup will not look as pristine as they appear in this animated official 2014 World Cup video from FIFA, but there is still time…

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PR: Hooligans invade MCM London Comic Con!

by Grant Whiteon May 22, 2014
MCM LONDON COMIC CON – EXCEL LONDON – 23-25 MAY Hooligans invade MCM London Comic Con! Cast and crew from upcoming British comedy spoof The Hooligan Factory will be meeting fans at MCM London Comic Con this weekend, show organisers have announced. A laugh-out-loud comedy tribute to one of Britain’s most successful home-grown genres – […]
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Samurai Warriors 4 On The Way To PS4

by Daniel Clarkon May 22, 2014
After many years of wondering if the samurai would ever make it to the next generation, the questions have been answered as Tecmo Koei announced that “Samurai Warriors 4” would be coming out for Sony PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in Autumn 2014. “Samurai Warriors 4” features 10 stories from the Sengoku period […]