"The Clone Wars" Gets a Strong Start in Premiere

by Grant Whiteon October 2, 2008
It was about a decade ago that I became a Star Wars fan. Ironically, it was because of the widely loathed Special Editions. I got pretty into it, eagerly savouring new information and merchandise. However, by the time of 2002’s Attack of the Clones, I was pretty burned out. Star Wars movies are brilliant fun […]

"Clone Wars": Not a Bad Copy

by on October 2, 2008
Star Wars: The Clone Wars is probably Cartoon Network’s most hyped series in quite some time. Toon Zone reviewed the feature film this past August, but while Maxie Zeus was largely iffy on the movie, I see no reason to be lightsaber blue over this Friday’s one-hour premiere. In ‘Rising Malevolence’ the Separatists have developed […]

TELETOON and YTV Release October and November Schedule Information

by Ed Liuon October 1, 2008
Canada’s TELETOON has released the highlights of its October 2008 programming, which is dominated by Halloween and Thanksgiving-themed shows. Highlights include new episodes of Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue, Ben 10: Alien Force, and The Batman, as well as several Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo movies. For full details and schedule information, read the press […]

PR: Nickelodeon Lands 54 Straight Quarters as Top Total Day Network for Kids

by Ed Liuon October 1, 2008
Nickelodeon IS Top Basic Cable Network in 3q, Scores 54 Straight Quarters at Number One Nickelodeon’s Kids and Family Portfolio Posts Solid Gains for the Quarter NEW YORK-Oct. 1, 2008-Nickelodeon’s 3Q 2008 performance marks its 54th consecutive quarter as basic cable’s top total day network for kids and total viewers –the longest run of its […]

PR: A Spooky Schedule This October on TELETOON

by Ed Liuon October 1, 2008
A SPOOKY SCHEDULE THIS OCTOBER ON TELETOON With scary Halloween shows scheduled throughout the month and special Thanksgiving programming, the daytime schedule on TELETOON is keeping television screens hot even as the weather is cooling down. October 3 – October 9 Spooky 6TEEN From 4 pm ET/PT on Friday, October 3, the Friday at Four […]

Retrofit Films Seeking Fan-Input for Upcoming "Zeta Project" DVDs

by Ed Liuon October 1, 2008
UPDATED October 9, 2008: Silliman is no longer accepting submissions, and reports that she has already received “hundreds” of questions from fans, and would like to thank them for their efforts. The Worlds Finest Online has been contacted by Amy Silliman of Retrofit Films, who is seeking input from fans of The Zeta Project for […]

"Aria the Animation" Website Opens

by Ed Liuon October 1, 2008
Right Stuf’s Nozomi Entertainment has officially launched the website for Aria the Animation at The first season boxed set was released yesterday, September 30, 2008. The site contains detailed character profiles, the first season trailer, wallpapers and other downloadable content, and the latest news and information about the DVD set. The series focuses on […]

Anime Weekend Atlanta 14: Born in Atlanta, Died in Atlanta

by on October 1, 2008
Ah. It’s been four years since I’ve started going to Anime Weekend Atlanta. By this time, many things are standard. Somehow missing FUNimation’s Lance Heiskell again, continuing to see the same Cartoon Network guys, always seeing that one creepy guy peddling Super Smash Bros. doujinshi. Problem is… is it in a rut? Friday started off […]

PR: Right Stuf’s Nozomi Entertainment Launches Aria the Animation Website

by Ed Liuon September 30, 2008
RIGHT STUF’S NOZOMI ENTERTAINMENT Launches Official Site for ARIA The ANIMATION at aria.rightstuf.comCelebrates release of ARIA The ANIMATION DVD Collection GRIMES, IA, September 30, 2008 – Anime producer and distributor Right Stuf, Inc. and Nozomi Entertainment are pleased to celebrate the September 30 release of the ARIA The ANIMATION DVD Collection with the launch of […]

"Gundam SEED Destiny TV Movie I"- Shattered World, Shattered Expectations?

by Grant Whiteon September 30, 2008
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny is probably one of the most controversial anime series of the last few years. A sequel to the popular Gundam SEED, the series was plagued by a variety of behind the scenes dramas that led to its being used as a prime example of what happens when a series with […]