ICv2 reports that Geneon Entertainment will release two new Japanese animation titles in the United States. Girl’s Bravo is a story about a young boy who lands on a planet full of women. The only problem is, he’s utterly afraid of the opposite sex. Melody of Oblivion is a more dramatic story which takes place […]
Pixar Animation Studios earned $55.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2004, down from $83.9 million in the same period in 2003, Reuters reports. Revenues fell to $108.9 million from $164.8 million. The company said results were hurt by comparisons to a quarter which saw the DVD release of Finding Nemo. The company still managed […]
ADV Films will release the first volume of the sci-fi/action space thriller Divergence Eve: Welcome to Watcher’s Nest to home video on March 1, the company said today. The DVD-only release will feature five complete episodes in anamorphic widescreen and English 5.1 and Japanese 2.0 with English subtitles. Extras include clean opening and closing animation; […]
In an article about February advertising, The New York Times notes that the Coca-Cola Company will air a 60-second Japanese anime styled advertisement during the Daytona 500 broadcast on Fox. The print edition of the paper includes a still photo from the ad which is not available in the on-line version.
Writer Ed Brubaker has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about Batman: The Man Who Laughs, a prestige-format comic drawn by Doug Mahnke that details the first encounter between Batman and the Joker. Batman: The Man Who Laughs was released to comic shops last Wednesday with a cover price of $6.95.
A new four-part AcceleRacers animated special will run quarterly on Cartoon Network as part of a deal with Mattel, the companies announced today. The first part aired in January, and the remaining parts are scheduled to air in March, June and October. In addition, sixteen micro-episodes can be viewed at Business Wire. [Source:Business Wire]
Winners of The 5th Annual DVD Exclusive Awards were presented Tuesday, February 8, in Los Angeles. Disney ruled overall, collecting twelve awards–five of them earned by The Lion King 1½ which won categories for “Best Director,” “Best Screenplay,” and “Best Animated DVD Premiere Movie.” Mark Hamill’s directorial debut, Comic Book: The Movie, received two awards: […]