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"Robot Chicken Season One" Who Poop Last!?

What happens when the chicken crosses the road? He’s run over, turned into a cyborg by the local mad scientist and forced to channel flip through television for the rest of his life. But it’s not our TV he’s watching. We don’t have shows such as “The Real World: Metropolis,” “Who Poop Last?” and episodes […]

Jackson Publick Posts Preview Images of "The Venture Bros"

Jackson Publick, writer, director, and voice actor for The Venture Brothers, has posted several preview images for the next season of the show on his LiveJournal. The journal entry also provides information on the progress of the new season. (via Heidi MacDonald’s The Beat weblog)

Anime Festival Orlando 7 to Host Fan Film Contest and AFOscars

The Anime Festival Orlando (AFO) has announced that it will host its first Fan Film Contest at the Anime Festival Orlando 7. The best of the fan films will be recognized at the AFOscars, an awards ceremony modeled after the Academy Awards. AFO7 will be held at the Wyndam Orlando Resort from July 28-30. More […]

Winnie the Pooh Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Winnie the Pooh received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, April 11, in commemoration of the famous bear’s 80th anniversary. The awarding of the star is part of Disney’s 18-month long jamboree celebrating Pooh’s anniversary. The day also marked the release of 1997′s Pooh’s Grand Adventure – The Search for Christopher […]

"Samurai 7" Light on Action, Heavy on Plot

At first, the idea of fusing sci-fi with ancient samurai tales doesn’t look all that promising. After all, there are a million ways you could screw something like that up. Then I watched the first volume of Samurai 7, where Kanbe goes out without a protective suit and, with a normal, everyday sword, slices a […]

"Samurai 7 Vol. 5" - Even With The Clip Show It's Still Awesome.

Yeah, you heard me right, a clip show. This volume of Samurai 7, coming hot off the blistering action from the 4th volume (which likely burned out the animation staff for a week,) leads off with a clip show. However, even that episode is pretty darn good. In general, this volume backs off the action, […]

Royal Armories Explains Samurai Armor with Usagi Yojimbo

The Royal Armories in Leeds has made their educational trail on samurai clothing and armour available on their website, with Stan Sakai’s cartoon and comic book character Usagi Yojimbo assisting in modeling and narration. The trail and the use of Sakai’s rabbit ronin are part of the museum’s “learning through literacy” Easter Trail. (via Usagi […]

"Animated Shorts" on Anime Network, H-B Toys, Lost "Captain Planet" Eps

The feature story of the latest “Animated Shorts” column on Newsarama.com focuses on ADV Films’ Anime Network, with comments by manager Stacy Slanina commenting on the network’s strategy and programming organization, the spread of the network as both a Video-on-Demand (VOD) service and a regular cable channel, and programming coming to the network in the […]

Mattel to Distribute "Barbie" and "Polly Pocket" DVDs Through Universal

Mattel has signed a multi-year deal with Universal Studios to market and distribute DVDs based on their Barbie and Polly Pocket toy lines. Universal was handling international distribution of the DVDs in the past, with Lionsgate handling domestic marketing and distribution.

Trinity Blood Preview: Because You Like Trigun And Hellsing

Now, a lot of people are going to tell me that headline is unfair, and others are going to say it’s dead on, and you know what? Both sides are probably right. Trinity Blood is at times very Trigun-esque, especially with the lead character being a complete goof-ball a-la Vash when he’s just living his […]

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