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NYCC 2016: Adam West and Company at the “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders” Panel

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison October 10, 2016
Thursday night at New York Comic Con 2016 brought the world premiere of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and a lively panel discussion after the screening with a sterling range of talent: director Rick Morales; writers/producers James Tucker and Michael Jelenic; and of course star actor Adam West (Batman). The panel was introduced by […]
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NYCC 2016: Hayley Atwell Returning As Agent Carter — In Cartoon Form

by Peter Paltridgeon October 9, 2016
After two seasons, ABC canned Agent Carter earlier this year, transferring its star Hayley Atwell to a bland legal procedural (ask them how that’s going ratings-wise….) But today we found out Peggy is coming back! Just not in the form we’re familiar with. During the Marvel Animation panel at NYCC, Steven Wacker announced Agent Carter […]

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NYCC 2016: Rebecca Sugar And The Meaning Behind Steven Universe

by Peter Paltridgeon October 9, 2016
Rebecca Sugar, creator of Steven Universe and all that has to do with him, addressed a large crowd of fans at NYCC. The show is immensely popular now, and much of the reason has to do with the freedom it’s been given…but is there anything the network’s ever had an issue with? “There’s always a […]
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NYCC 2016: The Spider-Man Cartoon Is About To Be Rebooted Again

by Peter Paltridgeon October 8, 2016
Marvel and Disney XD have kept Ultimate Spider-Man going for about four years, but it’s time for a change. Come next year, USM will be retired and a new animated series, simply called “Spider-Man,” will take its place. “Spider-Man is the biggest action hero in the world,” Disney XD vice president Marc Buhaj said to […]

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NYCC 2016: Watch The First Trailer For Tangled: The Series

by Peter Paltridgeon October 7, 2016
Earlier this year Disney announced their 2010 animated feature Tangled would be turned into a TV series. It won’t premiere until next year, but the first trailer was released today….it’s just 15 seconds, but we get all we need to know. Most of it anyway. Zachary Levi (the Chuck in “Chuck”) and Mandy Moore (the […]
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NYCC 2016: Nickelodeon Considering Rugrats Revival

by Peter Paltridgeon October 7, 2016
Nickelodeon held a panel today during New York Comic Con, mostly about their upcoming Legends of the Hidden Temple movie — but they answered a few other questions. Michael Sammaciccia, the movie’s executive producer, told the audience Rugrats was being considered for a comeback. And he hinted it’s not alone. “What’s happening with [Legends of […]

Review: “Adventure Time: I See Ooo” Virtual Reality Game – Step Into The Adventure

by Grant Whiteon October 5, 2016
The Internet has really changed the face of tie-in games. Online media quickly became a means to promote shows and movies, with the most common content being simple Flash games inspired by retro classics. The Internet age evolved rapidly, however, and thus so have the games. Cartoon Network have been a front runner of this […]

The Sun And Moon Starter Pokemon Have Evolved

by Peter Paltridgeon October 4, 2016
Nintendo has been releasing new Pokemon species at a steady clip, and we’ve got a good crop this week. Presenting the long-awaited evolved forms of the three Pokes you start out with: Rowlet, Litten and Popplio. Now they’re Dartrix, Torracat and Brionne! Dartrix Type: Grass-Flying The Blade Quill Pokémon Dartrix evolves from Rowlet. Dartrix attacks […]

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Review: “Beauty and the Beast” 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Edition Is Beautifully Timeless

by Neo Yion September 27, 2016
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is the kind of film that comes once in a blue moon: a piece of cinema that is not only flawless, but influential. Playing a major part in the revolutionary Disney Renaissance of the 90’s, Beauty and the Beast proved its predecessor, The Little Mermaid, was not just a fluke […]