I never thought I’d say this, but here goes: I miss the censorship battles of the 1970s. That’s Muhammad holding the salmon helmet. On the left. See him? We don’t either. Back in the days when CBS was cutting explosions from The Bugs Bunny/Roadrunner Show, animators only had to worry that a bit of necessary […]
IGN has interviewed Todd James, Peter Girardi, and Adam De La Peña about Minoriteam, their new animated series on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. The team discusses the origins of the show and how it ended up on Adult Swim, the influence of famed comic book artist Jack Kirby on the look of the show, and […]
A press release from Devil’s Due Publishing has announced G.I. Joe Scarlett: Declassified, a 48-page, one-shot comic book that will present the origins of G.I. Joe’s counter-intelligence agent. The comic will be written by Mike O’Sullivan with artwork by Phil Noto and is scheduled for release in July with a cover price of $4.95.
Tvshowsondvd.com has announced that the Family Channel cartoon The Legend of Prince Valiant will be on DVD on July 4 from BCI Eclipse. The first volume contains the first 33 of the 65 episodes on five DVDs and features the voices of Robby Benson, Alan Oppenheimer (He-Man), and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Batman: The Animated Series). […]
Enjoying their peace from the fighting that always comes to the Z Warriors (Earth’s Special Forces), Goku, family and friends have decided to take a relaxing trip to the mall. Buy some clothes, check out the babes; the only fighting is Chi Chi over the deals. When an android menace starts to ravage the town, […]
For a number of months now, Funimation has been including a particularly unique bonus on pretty much all of their releases: an episode of the show known as Mr. Stain On Junk Alley, a series about a homeless man living in the back alley of an intentionally nondescript metropolis. It’s a really unique just for […]