July 10, 2006 Toon Disney: ANIMATED ACTION/ADVENTURE/COMEDY SERIES “YIN YANG YO!” PREMIERES DURING JETIX ON TOON DISNEY IN A LABOR DAY MARATHON . . BURBANK and PASADENA, July 10, 2006 . . . “Yin Yang Yo!,” a new action/adventure/comedy series created, directed and executive produced by Bob Boyle (“The Fairly OddParents”); written and co-executive produced […]
Newsarama.com has interviewed Denys Cowan, comic book artist and current Senior VP of Animation at the Black Entertainment Television (BET) network. Cowan discusses his responsibilities at the network, his Batman Confidential project for DC Comics, why he won’t talk about his role in The Boondocks animated TV show, and BET’s upcoming animation projects.
Steve Fritz’s “Animated Shorts” column at Newsarama.com has an interview with Duckman creator Everett Peck about his new show Squirrel Boy, as well as part 3 chronicling the career of Lou Scheimer and Filmation Productions. Other news in the column includes an award for veteran voice actor Stan Freberg, the Nicktoons Network Mobile Tour, and […]
SHOUT! FACTORY & DIC ENTERTAINMENT FALL UNDER SABRINA’S SPELL THE VERY BEST OF SABRINA – THE ANIMATED SERIES Two-DVD Set Is Packed With 14 Episodes IN STORES OCTOBER 17TH Los Angeles, CA — Shout! Factory and DIC Entertainment announce the DVD release of The Very Best Of Sabrina – The Animated Series. In stores October […]
Sometimes you come across something that’s not on television yet, but should be. Avi Melman, CEO of Cybergraphix Animation sent Toon Zone a screener copy of their new series, Guardians of Luna. Nothing of the current animated offerings available on television has captured my attention for an entire episode, so this was definitely an unexpected […]
Final details on the upcoming season sets of Batman Beyond and Justice League Unlimited are still not finalized, but so far we have initial cover art as well as a few early specs. Please keep in mind that while Justice League Unlimited is stated as the complete “first” season, it may contain both the first […]
I really restrained myself. I was going to title this review: “Strawberry Marshmallow: A Cure For Insomnia.” It’s been done to death, but it’s another way (albeit very clichéd) to describe something that is just plain boring. Strawberry Marshmallow is about four middle school girls: Miu, the crazy one, Matsuri, the shy glasses wearer, Chika, […]
Strawberry Marshmallow is a cute show and the soundtrack for it is no exception. However, it’s interesting to note that in amongst the sugary sweetness there is a surprising array of electronic music influences. There is just a touch of pathos alone with the cuteness, and ultimately, that not only grounds the music in a […]