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Toonzone Transformers Week - BEST. EPISODE. EVER! - Beast Wars Transformers

BEST. EPISODE. EVER! – Beast Wars Transformers Released on syndication in 1996 with a 52 episode run and a 26 episode sequel series Beast Machines on Fox Kids, Beast Wars introduced Transformers to a new generation.  Switching from vehicles to Earth fauna past and present, it brought out it’s own unique spin on the franchise.  The […]

Toonzone Transformers Week - BEST. EPISODE. EVER! - G1 Transformers

BEST.  EPISODE.  EVER! – Transformers Generation One Ah, the first Transformers series.  There are 98 episodes of pure, unadulterated, nostalgic bliss in this beginning entry to a nearly three decade franchise.  But we are here to honor our most favorite of the batch.  These are the episodes that truly exemplify the best of G1 Transformers, […]

Get ReBit by ReBoot Today

There are bad cartoons. There are passable ones. There are ones that are pretty good. And then there’s that rare cartoon that satisfies you like a good book. The kind of cartoon that makes you recline in your easy chair, take a deep breath and think, “Wow. That was incredible.” ReBoot is one of those […]

Reading Room: Top 5 Reasons Why Walt Simonson's "Thor" Rules All Midgard

One idea we had for Thor Week was a Reading Room blog entry documenting the top 5 Marvel Comics Thor stories worth checking out. The only problem is that I hit the original Stan & Jack comics (Jack’s sci-fi/fantasy Asgard is really something to behold), and then the Walt Simonson run on Thor…and that was […]

Who Shall Wield The Hammer? Marvel's Thor Versus the Thor of Myth

If you have any familiarity with Marvel comic books, Marvel movies, and Marvel cartoons, you’re probably familiar with Thor. You know the Mighty Thor; imposing, hammer swinging, beardless, blond-haired, talks with sort of a fake Shakespearean accent and says “I say thee nay!” a lot. Thor is … Wait a minute, Shakespeare? Beardless? Isn’t Thor […]

"Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" DVD: An Object Lesson in Editing

The DVD arranges the episodes back into the standalone 20-minute episodes, each of which focuses on one member of the Avengers, but now that I’ve seen them that way, I think this was a mistake. Each one is still a fine standalone episode in its own right, with satisfying beginning, middle, and end portions that […]

"Best. Episode. Ever!" Toonzone Talks Cowboy Bebop

Today Toonzone’s “Best. Episode. Ever!” feature returns to discuss Cowboy Bebop, a show that has undoubtedly been one of the best-loved Japanese animated series in North America since it began airing on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim block in 2001. What this “Best. Episode. Ever!” feature does is simple; we get some of the TZ staff […]

Spring 2011 Anime Preview

As a new crop of Japanese animation hits the airwaves this spring, Nick Hobbs and I are back again to comment on our best hopes for anime between now and the start of Summer. Some are already simulcasted or likely to be, some are possibly-unlikely licenses that definitely shouldn’t be overlooked. Have a look, enjoy […]

Introversion in Anime and Comics

Today, Japanese animation and American television don’t really mix. The former is hardly gone from the airwaves, of course. Disney XD has Naruto Shippuden. Nicktoons runs Dragon Ball Z Kai, as does 4Kids’ “Toonzai” block on The CW along with Sonic X and Yu-Gi-Oh–well, until now perhaps.The Hub has got Deltora Quest running next to […]

Katsucon 2011: Premiere Impressions

The weekend of Katsucon 2011, FUNimation Entertainment screened English-dubbed premieres for multiple titles well in advance of their releases on home video. I was there for the film Eden of the East: King of Eden and the TV series Hero Tales and RideBack. King of Eden is the first of two movies continuing the story […]

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