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WHV Announces "Sealab," "Scooby Doo" DVD Dates

Sealab 2021: Season 3 will ship as a two-DVD set on July 12, TVShowsOnDVD reports. It will retail for $29.98. Separately, TVShowsOnDVD also reports that two volumes of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo will be released on June 19 and retail for $14.98 apiece.

Pokemon Comes to Subway

Subway will feature Pokemon toys in its Kids’ Pak meals through May 8, the sandwich shop chain has announced. Featured toys include the Crazy Poke Ball, Deoxys Whirl, Pokemon Lacrosse Stick and Rayquaza Disc. In addition, each meal will come with a three-dollar savings coupon redeemable with the purchase of Pokemon: Destiny Deoxys on DVD […]

Nicktoons Opens Call for Nextoons Film Festival

Nicktoons and Frederator Studios are inviting independent animation filmmakers to submit their work for the Nextoons: Nicktoons Film Festival. Shorts chosen by a pre-selection jury will air on Nicktoons in August, and a grand prize winner will receive a $10,000 prize. Entry forms can be downloaded from www.nicktoons.com. Submissions must be received by June 17. […]

Global Student Animation Awards: Call for Submissions

Animation, visual effects and motion design students are invited to submit their work to the first annual Global Student Animation Awards. Winners will receive a job interview at a company of their choice and $1,000. Other prizes include a personally engraved Apple G5, the latest versions of Maya, and Adobe products. Fifteen finalists will be […]

Kevin Munroe To Write/Direct Animated "TMNT" Film

Kevin Munroe has been signed to write and direct a new CGI-animated feature-length Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film. Currently in pre-production, the film is scheduled for U.S. release in spring 2007. [Source: Dark Horizons] (via William C. Maune)

Scott Allie on Being Conan's Editor

Dark Horse Comics’ Scott Allie has given an extensive interview to Newsarama.com about Conan, the hit monthly comic by Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord that hews closer to the original Robert E. Howard pulp stories. Allie goes into the picking of the creative team, current and future storylines (including the fill-in issue to be drawn […]

TV Guide Gives Glimpse at "The Batman's" Batgirl

TVGuide.com has posted a brief article and photo of the new Batgirl joining the cast of WB’s The Batman. Producer Jeff Matsuda is quoted on how she will be animated and used on the show.

DC on "Batman Chronicles" Reprints

Comicon.com’s PULSE News has interviewed DC Senior Editor for Collected Editions Dale Crain about the recently published Batman Chronicles, the first volume of what is promised to put every Batman comic book adventure back in print. Volume 1, which goes on sale tomorrow, reprints Detective Comics #27 – 38 and Batman #1 in a 192 […]

Tokyopop Founder Stuart Levy Interviewed

AnimeNewsNetwork has posted a brief interview with Tokyopop founder Stuart Levy. Topics range from Levy’s move from law to publishing, the Tokyopop products that hold a special place in his heart, and what he does in his spare time.

"Fat Albert" Big, Fat Pile of Crap

One of modern Hollywood’s more curious genres has to be TV show adaptations, which are almost universally lambasted by critics and fans alike but still generally turn in a healthy profit. I suppose it’s the McDonald’s theory: people will flock to the familiar even if it means intestinal discomfort later. As long as there are […]

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