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Press Release: Dragon Ball Z Digitally Remastered in High Definition and Restored

*** Dragon Ball Z Digitally Remastered in High Definition and Restored *** — FUNimation Entertainment announces the definitive Dragon Ball Z collection available February 2007 in TV on DVD season sets — Fort Worth, TX — November 13, 2006 — FUNimation Entertainment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Navarre Corporation (NASDAQ: NAVR) and the market share leader […]

"Hellsing": The Bird of the Hermes is My Name and a new DVD Make Me Tame

I should preface this review, as with all of my anime reviews, by saying that I am not the biggest fan of anime. This is not to say I don’t enjoy it—I have in the past, but I feel I should mention it as I will no doubt complain about staple anime events that fans […]

Dark Horse Comics Profiled by NY Times

The New York Times profiles Dark Horse Comics on its 20th anniversary in the comic book business (registration required). The article includes extensive comments by Dark Horse founder and president Mike Richardson and Dark Horse creator Paul Chadwick (Concrete), along with some brief mentions of upcoming projects, including a tie-in comic for the Hellboy Animated […]

"Legion of Superheroes" and "The Batman" Previews at Superhero Report

The Superhero Report website has posted episode synopses and preview screenshots for upcoming episodes of Legion of Superheroes and The Batman. Potential spoilers are in the articles. (via Comic Book Resources Comics Reel)

"Simpsons" Movie Trailer On-line

The trailer for the Simpsons movie is now available on-line in QuickTime format. The trailer debuted last night on a new episode of the TV show. (via Cartoon Brew weblog)

"Shingu" Aliens Are Here, But Does Anyone Care?

I will say this for Shingu: It’s definitely different from all the other alien invasion anime shows out there. Whether that’s a good thing…that’s debatable. The year is 2070. No longer do Japanese school kids wear uniforms to school. Everyone has a laptop which can fold into a tablet barely thicker than a piece of […]

"Emperor's New School": No School Means Good Episode

It’s been so long since I’ve watched a Disney Channel cartoon from start to finish. I stopped watching the Disney Afternoon block when Gargoyles’ second season ended, I could never sit through an entire episode of Kim Possible and virtually nothing else on the channel interests me. Yeah, there is W.i.t.c.h. on Toon Disney, but […]

Why Is Pixar So Successful? Behold - The Ultimate Secret!

I liken Pixar Animation Studios to the Roadrunner. No matter how many traps the coyotes of the desert try to lay down for the purpose of capturing and devouring the essence of this miraculous being, it speeds on through, turning almost any effort to siphon the powers on show into a painful instance of backlash. […]

American Anime Awards Come to New York Comic Con

The New York Comic Con has announced that the American Anime Awards will be held on Saturday, February 24th at the New Yorker Hotel. The awards will highlight the best anime released in North America as judged by the fans, who will be able to vote for their favorites online starting in January 2007.

An Inside Look at Pixar's "Cars"

Toon Zone was recently given the opportunity to talk with a variety of folks who worked on Pixar’s latest movie, Cars. Often the director is the most well known name associated with a film, but it takes the hard work of many people to truly make a great movie. The following will look at not […]

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