Several previews for comic books have been released throughout the web. AVAILABLE AT COMIC SHOP STANDS NOW – The Webcomics Examiner has selected the best Webcomics of 2005, and included links to all the selected webcomics. – previews for next week’s Marvel and DC Comics releases, and has also made the Street Fighter #0 preview […]
After the last disasterous volume of Maburaho, I didn’t think it could get any worse. Fortunately, it doesn’t. In fact it gets a little better. On this disc, Kuriko goes on a date with a strange man, the girls try to dig Kazuki out of his chronic depression, Nakamaru discovers he has superior genes and […]
It’s another volume of the decent-but-generic magic harem romantic comedy show Maburaho, but wait! What’s this? A semi-original character arrives? And some dramatic moments happen? Could the show possibly be getting 0 gasp – good? In an effort to increase Kazuki’s spell count, Kuriko takes him to an out-of-the-way hot spring designed to restore magical […]
Nowadays it seems as though every anime not based on an old movie/toy series or a shonen manga is a harem romantic comedy. Generic stuff with slight twists to try to stand out. Case in point: Maburaho. Kazuki Shikimori, a student at Aoi Academy, has magical powers. But there’s a catch: he can only use […]
The 48th Annual Grammy Awards nominees have been released, and two animated feature films have picked up nominations in the Film/TV/Visual Media category. The Incredibles picked up a nomination for Best Score Soundtrack Album and “Believe” by Glen Ballard and Alan Silvestri from The Polar Express picked up a nomination for Best Song.
Twentieth Century Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios have begun prepping the 3D-animated Horton Hears A Who, with Robots story consultant and former Pixar animator Jimmy Hayward CO-directing with Robots art director Steve Martino, AWN reports, citing Variety. A spring 2008 release is currently scheduled.
Warner Bros. International Television Distribution (WBITD) has signed a long-term free television output deal with Mexico’s largest commercial television broadcaster, Grupo Televisa. The deal covers the free television rights to Warner Bros.’ feature film output including such films as Batman Begins and Scooby Doo; the renewal of television series currently under license; new series for […]
A report by the National Academy of Sciences has sharply criticized the marketing practices of the food and beverage industries, especially the use of popular cartoon characters like SpongeBob SquarePants and Shrek to sell junk food to children. The report recommends Congress take action to restrict marketing practices if the food companies do not act […]