Mr. Comics has issued a press release with more information about the upcoming Planet of the Apes comic book to be written by Ty Templeton (Batman Adventures) and Joe O’Brien (Robocop: Prime Directives). Links to more preview artwork and other on-line interviews with the creative team are included in the release.
ADV originally released Sakura Diaries back in 2000. At the time, ADV didn’t realize they had dubbed an edited version. So they re-released it with the unedited version (with nudity), but only included the Japanese audio and English subtitles. Now, five years later, ADV has decided to re-re-release it with a new English track. Sakura […]
With The Batman Versus Dracula now on shelves, and the third season of The Batman off to a great start, Toon Zone sat down with writer, editor, and story producer Duane Capizzi to talk about one of his earlier Kids’ WB cartoons, Men In Black: The Animated Series. Based on the popular live-action movies, this […]
TV Shows on DVD has confirmed the final episode lineup for Disney’s eagerly anticipated DuckTales and Chip N’ Dale Rescue Rangers DVDs. Each set will contain the first 27 episodes of each series – but with one imporant caveat – the pilot origin “movies” have not been included. It is unclear whether Disney will include […]
4Kids Entertainment Home Video, Inc., in association with FUNimation Entertainment, will release Sonic X Volume 8: Project Shadow to DVD on November 15, 2005. Featuring six episodes from the series on 4Kids TV, the DVD will hit stores the same day as the new video game Shadow the Hedgehog. The DVD runs for 130 minutes […]
Nicktoons Network will celebrate Halloween with its second annual “Scare-A-Thon,” featuring 48 hours of Halloween-themed programming. The marathon will be hosted by Edgar and Ellen, the set of mischievous twins featured in the Edgar & Ellen book series from Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing. The “Scare-A-Thon” will feature Halloween-themed episodes from several Nicktoons shows, as […]
The Los Angeles Times reports that Pixar Animation Studios has been sued in two separate class-action lawsuits (free registration required). Both suits charge that the company deliberately misled investors when projecting DVD sales for The Incredibles. Pixar described the lawsuits as “completely baseless.”
Clone High takes place in a high school made up of teenaged clones of historical figures. How could this show, with its off-the-wall humor, challenging teen issues (including sleep deprivation, catching ADD from toilet seats, women playing sports, being upstaged by John Stamos, and getting drunk off alcohol-free beer) and bizarre concept, possibly fail? Simple. […]