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4KidsTV Offers Original Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh! via YouTube

by Jacob T. Paschalon March 17, 2009
4KidsTV via their YouTube page are offering the first episode of the second Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series in its original Japanese version. This is the second official release of Yu-Gi-Oh! in its original language since a short lived DVD run of uncut episodes.

CBR Talks with Jeph Loeb on "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" DTV Movie

by Ed Liuon March 17, 2009
Comic Book Resources caught up briefly with writer Jeph Loeb, whose Superman/Batman debut story arc “Public Enemies” was recently announced as the next direct-to-video animated movie project coming from Warner Brothers Animation and DC Comics. Loeb discusses what he knows of the project, including how closely the movie will stick to the comics written by […]

"The Jetsons" Season 2 Vol. 1 Arrives on June 2, 2009

by Ed Liuon March 17, 2009
Warner Home Video has announced the Jetsons Season 2, Volume 1, will be shipping on DVD on June 2, 2009. The set will continue the misadventures of the family from tomorrow, with 21 episodes on 3 discs. Suggested retail price is $34.98. The full press release follows. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ♫”Meet George Jetson…”♫ The Jetsons: […]

"The Mysterious Cities of Gold" Release Details; Streets on April 7, 2009

by Ed Liuon March 17, 2009
Virgil Films and Entertainment and Fabulous Films have released full details on The Mysterious Cities of Gold DVD set, which will ship on April 7, 2009. All 39 episodes of the series will be included on 6 discs, with a deluxe edition set that will also include a 32-page booklet, a 12-page historical facts booklet, […]

"Variety" on Nickelodeon Rebranding; Animation Insider on the Upfront (UPDATED)

by Ed Liuon March 17, 2009
Variety has taken a look at the long-expected rebranding of the Nickelodeon networks, where Noggin will be renamed Nick Jr. and the N will become TeeNick. The announcement was made officially at last Thursday’s Nickelodeon upfront, which also hosted a preview of Michael Eisner’s new stop-motion animated series Glenn Martin, DDS. UPDATED March 17, 2009: […]

Nick and Mattel Release "Tween Dora" Image to Soothe Negative Reactions

by Ed Liuon March 17, 2009
In the wake of an overwhelmingly negative reaction to a teaser image of a “tween Dora the Explorer,” Nickelodeon and Mattel have released a newer image and more information about the planned changes to the character (left, click to enlarge). The older, silhouetted image has been replaced with a true photo of Dora, which reveals […]

PULSE News Talks with John DiMaggio on Being "Brave & the Bold" Aquaman

by Ed Liuon March 17, 2009
Comicon.com’s PULSE News has spoken with voice actor John DiMaggio about his role as Aquaman on Batman: The Brave and the Bold. DiMaggio discusses how he got into animation voice acting after moving from New York to Los Angeles, and also how being Aquaman is a great consolation prize for not landing the role of […]

"Case Closed" Season Four: The Case of the Repetitive Formula

by Maxie Zeuson March 17, 2009
The wonderful thing about a formula is that once you’ve got a good one you can churn out lots of formulaic episodes without worrying too much about their quality. Conversely, the horrible thing about a formula is that once you’ve got a good one you can churn out lots of formulaic episodes whose overall quality […]

Marvel Animation Age & TZ News Present: Josh Keaton on "The Spectacular Spider-Man"

by Ed Liuon March 17, 2009
Josh Keaton is no stranger to being a hero. His voice acting career has stretched for the majority of his life, with roles as Jules Brown in Back to the Future: The Animated Series, the young Hercules in Disney’s Hercules feature film, and Ocelot in the Metal Gear Solid series of video games. He is […]

Exclusive Preview of CGI "Goon" Movie at Ain’t it Cool News

by Ed Liuon March 16, 2009
Aint It Cool News has posted two exclusive screenshots from The Goon, the new CGI feature film based on the Dark Horse comic book written and drawn by Eric Powell.