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NY Times Covers Tokyo International Anime Fair

The New York Times has coverage of the Tokyo International Anime Fair (registration required). The article focuses mostly on the experiences of anime writer Dai Sato (Cowboy Bebop and Eureka seveN) at the fair, although brief digressions cover cosplay, the hardcore American otaku who traveled to Tokyo for the fair, and some provocative comments by […]

Comicon.com's PULSE Covers New Japanese Anime

Jen Bomford has published a column at Comicon.com’s PULSE News covering new anime TV shows debuting this season in Japan. The shows she highlights are Gintama (debuting April 4), a new Shonen Jump series set in a quasi-Meiji Era Japan populated by aliens and strange beings; Nana (debuting April 5), based on a popular manga […]

"Ren & Stimpy: The Lost Episodes" Coming to DVD

Tvshowsondvd.com has reported that Ren & Stimpy: The Lost Episodes is coming to DVD on July 18. The 2-disc set contains the “Adult Party” cartoon seen on Spike TV. Extras include intros by Grammy winner Weird Al Yankovic and creator John Kricfalusi; interviews with artists, including Cow & Chicken creator David Feiss; clips from unfinished […]

"G-Saviour" We've Got Movie Sign!!

Say what you will about Japan, but they sure know how to throw a party. 1999 was the 20th anniversary of Sunrise/Bandai’s popular Mobile Suit Gundam franchise and much fanfare was made, the centerpiece being Yoshiyuki Tomino’s return to the director helm with his anniversary series Turn A Gundam. But in the shadows, away from […]

Evan Dorkin Working on Pilot for Adult Swim

Evan Dorkin, creator of the Milk & Cheese comic book and the animated Welcome to Eltingville, has confirmed that he and his wife Sarah Dyer are working on Tyrone’s Inferno, a pilot episode for Adult Swim. The same blog entry provided some details on upcoming comic book work and more anime rewrites for FUNimation. (via […]

"Gundam Wing" Its Time Has Passed

How many Toonami faithful remember that day way back in 2000 when Gundam Wing first aired? It was the first Gundam show to officially air in the United States, it was one of the biggest shows to hit Cartoon Network, it had both a cut and uncut run, it ushered in the Midnight Run (which […]

JLU #20 Preview On-Line

A 4-page preview of Justice League Unlimited #20 is available at Mile High Comics. The issue is written by Paul Storrie with art by Rick Burchett and a cover by Ty Templeton, and introduces Mary Marvel into the DC Animated Universe. The issue will be available on comic book stands on April 5. Other previews […]

ADV Announces New June Titles

The thinpaks keep on coming with three old series getting re-releases in slimmer form: Divergence Eve, Sister Princess, and Wandaba Style. In addition, a new series debuts on June 13, 2006: Vermilion Pleasure Night, a non-animated Japanese sketch comedy and variety show, where The Fuccons made their debut. Volume 1 contains the first four episodes […]

Adult Swim Announces New Shows and Renewals at 2006 Upfront

Adult Swim today rolled out plans for 2006 at their annual Upfront event in New York, announcing several new shows, acquisitions, and series renewals. Brendan Small makes his return to the Adult Swim block with Death Clock Metalocalypse. CO-created and CO-produced by TV Funhouse alum Tommy Blacha, the series follows the world’s most popular heavy […]

Nickelodeon UK Acquires "King"

Nickelodeon UK has picked up the animated series King from Canadian studio Decode Entertainment, C21Media reports. The show targets six- to twelve-year-olds and focuses on 12-year-old Russel, who is crowned king of a fantasy world of monsters he discovers.

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