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Bandai Entertainment Licenses "Lucky Star" OAV

by Classic Speedyon February 28, 2009
At Wondercon 2009, Bandai Entertainment announced they have licensed the Lucky Star OAV. Released in 2008, the 42-minute episode consists of short vignettes starring the characters from the TV series. [Source: Anime News Network ]

Rosario Dawson on Being Artemis for "Wonder Woman" Animated Movie

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2009
Warner Bros. Animation has released an interview with actor Rosario Dawson, who provides the voice for Artemis in the Wonder Woman direct-to-video animated movie. The outgoing Dawson speaks at length about the inspirations for her character and what she loves the most about Artemis, the joys and challenges of the role, her favorite moments of […]

DC Announces "Green Lantern: First Flight," Names Cast and Crew

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2009
Warner Home Video has officially announced that Green Lantern: First Flight will be the next direct-to-video animated movie, with a debut date of July 28, 2009 on one- and two-disc DVD and Blu-ray disc. Law & Order: SVU‘s Christopher Meloni will voice Hal Jordan/Green Lantern, with Victor Garber (Milk, Titanic) joining him as Sinestro, Tricia […]

Newsarama Interviews James Tucker on "Batman: Brave and the Bold" Second Season

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2009
Newsarama has interviewed James Tucker, producer of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, about the success of the first season of the show and the renewal for another 13 episodes to air on Cartoon Network. The interview reveals the unusual character that Batman will team-up with for next week’s episode, and also discusses this week’s […]

PULSE News Talks with Greg Weisman on "Spectacular Spider-Man"

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2009
Comicon.com’s PULSE News has interviewed Greg Weisman about his work on The Spectacular Spider-Man, which will debut on the Disney XD network in March. Among other topics, Weisman discusses how he landed the job as Supervising Producer/Story Editor/Writer/Voice Actor for the show, why he thinks Peter Parker is such a sympathetic character, where he was […]

"Love Hina: The Complete Series": Second Romantic Verse, Same As The First

by Chad Boninon February 27, 2009
Keitaro Urashima is your standard, average, and rather pathetic loser aiming to get into Tokyo University. Having failed the entrance exam multiple times, he’s been forced to prove himself by moving out of his parents’ house. Hoping to live with his grandmother at her hotel, he’s surprised to find that Grandma Hinata has left town […]

"Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder" Ends with a Whimper

by Ed Liuon February 25, 2009
Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder is the fourth and final Futurama direct-to-video movie, and the last that fans can expect to see of the show for now. It probably comes with an unfair load of expectations; unfortunately, it doesn’t come close to meeting them. It is still a funny, well-made, and well-animated movie that […]

TELETOON Highlights for March 2009

by Ed Liuon February 25, 2009
TELETOON has released its programming highlights for March 2009. The main TELETOON network will be premiering the new show Jimmy Two Shoes, as well as debuting new episodes of Wolverine and the X-Men, Spectacular Spider-Man, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Chowder; movie premieres include Scooby Doo in Arabian Nights and The Powerpuff Girls […]

"Tom and Jerry: The Chuck Jones Collection" Coming to DVD

by Classic Speedyon February 25, 2009
On 6/23/09, Warner Home Video will release Tom and Jerry: The Chuck Jones Collection, a 2 disc DVD set consisting of Tom and Jerry cartoons produced by Sib-Tower 12 Productions (headed by former WB director Chuck Jones). The set will contain 34 remastered shorts, and is priced at $26.99. Special features include two bonus documentaries: […]

“Akira” Blu-ray: Still Da Bomb After Two Decades

by Classic Speedyon February 24, 2009
I’ll never forget the first time I saw the 1988 animated feature film Akira. It was Saturday morning on the Sci-Fi Channel, back in the ’90s when that was their timeslot for Japanese anime. While I had somewhat enjoyed my samplings of anime to that point, Akira really impressed and intrigued me. Here was a […]