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Toonzone Goes to New York Comic Con/New York Anime Festival 2010

by Ed Liuon October 20, 2010
The New York Comic Con/New York Anime Festival 2010 is now finished, and Toonzone News was there! In addition to myself, staffers Todd DuBois (GWOtaku), Nick Hobbs, Caitlin Kelly (purplehairedwonder), Michael Lachman (darkdetective), and Matthew Williams were out in force to cover the panels, screenings, and other events at the con. All our coverage of […]

"Super Hero Squad Show" Season 2 Premieres October 23, 2010

by Ed Liuon October 19, 2010
The Super Hero Squad Show season 2 will premiere on Cartoon Network on October 23, 2010, with two back-to-back episodes starting at 6:30 AM (Eastern/Pacific). Marvel.com has also released the new title sequence for the second season of the show, reflecting the new cast lineup and main villain for the season: <object id="flashObj" width="400" height="300" […]

BlizzCon 2010 Voice Actor Guests Revealed

by Craig Crumptonon October 19, 2010
Although Blizzard Entertainment has not announced their voice actor guests in advance for BlizzCon 2010, Voice Actors in the News has an inside scoop with a complete list of voice actors appearing at the convention — including several noted voice actors in animation: Michael Gough (TMNT, TaleSpin, Time Squad) Josh Keaton (The Spectacular Spider-Man, Back […]

New Clips & Stills from Upcoming "Batman: Brave and the Bold" Episodes

by Ed Liuon October 15, 2010
Toonzone News is proud to present the following new videos and stills from Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Click the images to play the clips or enlarge the stills.   MENACE OF THE MADNIKS! Premieres Friday, October 15, 2010 at 7:30 PM (Eastern/Pacific) on Cartoon Network Click on any of the screenshots below to […]

"Beauty and the Beast" Diamond Edition: Beauty of a Movie, Beastly Bugs in Bonuses

by Ed Liuon October 8, 2010
One of the near-universal fairy tales is “Beauty and the Beast,” with the same basic story being told with variations in almost every major culture in the world. The earliest reference to a tale like “Beauty and the Beast” is a second-century Roman text by Lucius Apuleius, but it is based on an even earlier […]

Toonzone Interviews Paige O'Hara & Robby Benson on Being "Beauty & the Beast"

by Ed Liuon October 7, 2010
As part of the publicity for the new re-release of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast on Blu-ray, Toonzone News was able to interview the voice actors who portrayed the title characters: Paige O’Hara (Belle) and Robby Benson (the Beast) via an Internet video feed. Click the image below to begin playing the video, which runs […]

Nick's Christmas in October with Dora, Olivia, & the Backyardigans

by Ed Liuon October 6, 2010
It seems that Christmas decorations are hitting retail stores earlier and earlier every year, which is the only possible explanation for the trio of Christmas-themed DVDs from Nickelodeon all being released on the same day. If they’re all at least two months too early, at least they’re all reasonably worthwhile. If most Dora the Explorer […]

"He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown" and It's Your Money, Peanuts Fans

by Ed Liuon October 5, 2010
When I reviewed the Peanuts 1960’s Collection, I guessed that several of the episodes on the set were not popular enough (or, frankly, good enough) to warrant a full-fledged standalone DVD release, and that the collection would be the only way to get these specials. Well, Warner Home Video has proven me wrong on at […]

"Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" Premiere Event at LA Paley Center for Media

by Jeffrey Harrison September 27, 2010
Warner Bros. invited the media to an early screening of the new animated movie, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles, and Toonzone News got a chance a chance to speak with the cast and crew members of the new movie before the screening. RED CARPET CAST AND CREW INTERVIEWS INTERVIEW […]

"Tinker Bell & the Great Fairy Rescue": Third Time's a Charm

by Ed Liuon September 27, 2010
It’s remarkable for any movie franchise to reach its third installment while maintaining quality, and almost none have ever managed to get better over time. However, this is the feat that Disney has managed to pull off with its Tinker Bell series of direct-to-video CGI movies. Admittedly, this might be because the first movie was […]