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TZ @ SDCC: Boondocks Season Two Plot Teasers

by on July 28, 2007
At San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, the crew from The Boondocks held a panel and they spent a portion of it discussing plots for upcoming episodes of season two. Because the following may contain spoilers, this story has been kept separate from our previous article on the Boondocks panel. Plots mentioned for the upcoming season […]

TZ @ SDCC: WB Animation Showcases "The Batman" and "Legion of Superheroes"

by on July 28, 2007
The panel for Friday, July 27th at Comic-Con featured a nicely lengthy discussion of the two new seasons of WB’s currently-running comic book cartoons, The Batman and Legion of Superheroes. Both shows will be premiering their new seasons – #5 for The Batman and #2 for Legion – on Saturday, September 22. Legion came first, […]

The Spectacular Spider-Man Trailer Online

by on July 28, 2007
ENI has the trailer for the upcoming The Spectacular Spider-Man animated series online. The clip was originally presented at the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel. In other news from the show’s panel, producer Greg Weisman stated that he is using the original Stan Lee/Steve Ditko/John Romita. Sr stories as his main inspiration for the show. […]

TZ @ SDCC: New Information on "The Spectacular Spider-Man" (Updated)

by on July 27, 2007
Toon Zone News’ Matt Hazuda is reporting on-site from San Diego Comic-Con 2007 and brings us the following details from the panel for Marvel’s The Spectacular Spider-Man. The panel featured series producer Greg Weisman and others discussing the upcoming Kids WB! series. The series will start out with Peter Parker on the first day of […]

TZ @ SDCC: "Boondocks" Movie In Development

by on July 27, 2007
Toon Zone News’ Matt Hazuda is reporting on-site from San Diego Comic-Con 2007 and brings us the following details from the panel for The Boondocks. During Sony’s panel for the show there was a preview for season two, which is set to begin airing on Adult Swim this Fall. Additionally, it was announced that Sony […]

TZ @ SDCC: World Premiere of "Superman: Doomsday"

by on July 27, 2007
On Thursday, July 26th, DC Comics unveiled the first in their line of direct-to-video animated features, being launched under the auspices of Warner Premiere Productions. The film in question, shown to an audience of fans almost two months in advance of its street date – September 18th – was none other than the adaptation of […]

TZ @ SDCC: Details From Thursday’s Viz Media Panel

by on July 26, 2007
Toon Zone News’ Matt Hazuda is reporting on-site from San Diego Comic-Con 2007 and brings us the following details from Viz Media’s panel. One of the first things covered was a lot of the companies upcoming release dates. These include: Naruto Vol. 4 – August 6th – $49.98 Bleach Box Set 1 – October 6th […]

Richard Roeper Anime Special on Starz in December

by SB20xxon July 26, 2007
Starz will air “Anime: Drawing a Revolution” on 12/17/07, hosted by movie critic Richard Roeper. The documentary is part of Roeper’s monthly “Starz Inside” series which begins in September. “Drawing a Revolution” will feature profiles of Japanese animators and how anime has influenced Japanese culture as well as Hollywood. Source: [ Anime News Network ]

The Secret Origins of "Masters of the Comic Book Universe"

by Ed Liuon July 26, 2007
The stereotypical comic book fan can recite lengthy histories of their favorite Marvel or DC Comics characters from memory, but often has little or no knowledge about the people who were instrumental in creating those characters. Recently, the audience for comics has grown well beyond the audience seeking serial fiction starring their favorite superheroes, and […]

"Fate/Stay Night" Vol. 3: Deja Vu

by SB20xxon July 26, 2007
Ah, the joys of starting a series right in the middle. What if the middle episodes are some of the weaker ones? What if they contain clues or plot points that depend upon knowing what happened in the earlier episodes? What if they are the tail end of major bits of character development? So probably […]