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DC Comics Announces July & August Collected Editions

DC Comics has announced its upcoming book-format comics coming in July and August, 2006. Highlights include: – 2 new Teen Titans Go! collections: Ready for Action and On the Move (July) – The Batman Chronicles Vol. 2, the second volume reprinting all of Batman’s adventures in chronological order (July) – Absolute Kingdom Come, reprinting the […]

"Case Closed": Hooked Early On

Two of the biggest complaints about the Case Closed DVD releases have been the skipped episodes (FUNimation released the first four episodes, then skipped to Episode 53 to bring up sales by picking up where the Adult Swim airings left off), and the limited episode count (except for the occasional 4-episode volumes, they’ve all been […]

"Thundercats: Season 2 Vol. 1" Extras Announced

Movieweb has posted the extras found in the upcoming Thundercats: Season 2 Vol. 1 on DVD. The box set contains 34 episodes as well as bonus features. Episode Listing: Disc 1 1. Thundercats Ho! Part 1 2. Thundercats Ho! Part 2 3. Thundercats Ho! Part 3 4. Thundercats Ho! Part 4 5. Thundercats Ho! Part […]

"The Secret World of Benjamin Bear" Comes to DVD

Genius Products, Inc. has set a spring 2006 street date for the U.S. home entertainment release of PorchLight Entertainment’s The Secret World of Benjamin Bear, produced by Amberwood Entertainment. The following four new DVDs will be available at retail outlets beginning May 23, 2006: The Secret World of Benjamin Bear: Having Fun with Pets The […]

Nick Jr. Commemorates 10 Years of "Blue's Clues"

Nick Jr. is inviting preschoolers, parents, and educators alike to join in commemorating the 10th anniversary of Blue’s Clues. Nick Jr. will kick off a special celebration of the series by introducing the audience to a new character–Blue’s brother–on the hour-long primetime movie Meet Blue’s Baby Brother on Sunday, September 10, 2006, from 7:00pm – […]

"SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Avenger" Comes to the PSP

SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Avenger has shipped for the PSP (PlayStation Portable) System, THQ has announced. Based on the characters of Nickelodeon’s animated television show SpongeBob SquarePants, the game explores a new dimension of SpongeBob as a superhero and is now available at retail outlets nationwide. [Source: PR Newswire]

"Taro The Dragon Boy" A Decent Alternative to Miyazaki and Disney

We have seen an extremely limited amount of old school anime here in the ‘States. Sure, we have the popular series such as Astro Boy, Speed Racer, Mobile Suit Gundam, Lupin III, Gigantor, and the like, but the vast majority stays in Japan. Whether it’s because the tapes are in bad condition or that most […]

"Hand Maid Mai": Cyberdyne's Abandonware Could Have Been Better, Faster, Stronger

Hideo Ozu, a slacker video editor for a seedy video company (think SoftCel) that releases live-action videos of an adult nature (think La Blue Girl), hasn’t been able to rise up and become a movie director. On the other hand, his childhood friend Mai Kurosawa seems to have achieved her goal, and is on the […]

BCI Releases KFS All Star DVD

BCI Eclipse, the company that distributes the He-Man DVDs (along with the upcoming She-Ra DVD), will distribute Animated All Stars. The two-disc, dual sided DVDs will feature a whopping 50 cartoons licensed by Hearst Entertainment (owners of King Features Syndicate). The set includes Flash Gordon, Betty Boop, Beetle Bailey, Prince Valiant, and Defenders of the […]

"Digiview Anime": Copyright Infringement at its Funniest

Joseph Lai. To those in the animation biz, especially those in Japan, the man is the personification of copyright infringement. Using stolen character designs, ripped-off plotlines, and in general making “movies” with no shred of original thought whatsoever. But since he’s in Korea, he can’t be sued. And since it’s cheap Korean anime, that means […]

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