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"The Simpsons" Take Manhattan for DVD Release Event

by Ed Liuon December 18, 2007
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment will be host to numerous special events in Manhattan to promote the release of The Simpsons Movie on DVD and Blu-ray on December 18, 2007 with special events and giveaways occurring in Bryant Park, Times Square, and the Empire State Building. In a first, the Empire State Building will be […]

PR: Homer, Marge, Lisa, and Bart "Simpsonize" Manhattan

by Ed Liuon December 18, 2007
HOMER, MARGE, LISA AND BART “SIMPSONIZE” MANHATTAN WHO/WHAT: Ho, ho… D’oh! On December 18th, America’s favorite family is turning Mid-Town Manhattan their favorite holiday color – yellow! – marking the DVD and Blu-ray release of The Simpsons Movie, from Fox Home Entertainment (TCFHE). The Simpsons Family joins creator Matt Groening, executive producer James L. Brooks, […]

"Glass Fleet": Transparent Nonsense

by on December 18, 2007
Pardon me, do you folks mind if I sit down here for a moment with my head between my knees? I just got through watching volume one of Glass Fleet, and it’s got me in one whale of a dither of a dizzying befuddlement. No, I don’t think I’m going crazy; clearly it’s Glass Fleet, […]

"Avatar" Book 3 Vol. 2 DVD to Contain Half of "Day of Black Sun"

by Ed Liuon December 17, 2007
TVShowsOnDVD.com notes that the second DVD release of Avatar‘s third season will only contain the first half of the “Day of Black Sun” episode. There is currently no news on when the third volume will be released. (via AvatarSpirit.net, which also includes a report from the New York Anime Festival of the Avatar panel)

"Anime: Drawing a Revolution" is Garbage

by Ed Liuon December 16, 2007
Not too long ago, lots of mainstream news outlets were running articles that had headlines like, “Biff! Bam! Pow! Comic Books Aren’t Just for Kids Any More!” These articles were often poorly researched, superficial fluff pieces that expressed great surprise that modern comic books had four-letter words, graphic violence, and provocative themes. The idea that […]

"Simpsons Movie" DVD and Blu-Ray on Dec 18

by Ed Liuon December 16, 2007
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced details of the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray disc of The Simpsons Movie. The single-disc DVD will be available in both full-screen and widescreen editions, with a variety of special features including two separate commentary tracks, deleted scenes, an alternate ending, and assorted promotional materials such as Homer’s monologue […]

PR: "The Simpsons Movie" Arrives Worldwide on DVD and Blu-Ray Disc on Dec 18

by Ed Liuon December 16, 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Two Thumbs Up” “Hurray For Homer. Long May He Rave” — EBERT & ROEPER — WALL STREET JOURNAL.COM Mmmm . . . Movie! Hold On To Your Donuts . . . America’s Favorite Family’s Big Screen Debut Arrives Worldwide On DVD and Blu-Ray Disc This December From Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment […]

Rossum, Tamura, and Park join live action ‘Dragon Ball Z’

by on December 15, 2007
The James Wong directed live action adaptation of the popular Japanese comic by Akira Toriyama has found itself three new actors. Eriko Tamura (Heroes) will play Mai while Joon Park (Speed Racer) will play Yamcha. Emmy Rossum (The Phantom of the Opera) also joins the cast. [Source: Super Hero Hype]

"Rumbling Hearts" Complete Collection: Depressing But Excellent

by SB20xxon December 15, 2007
Rumbling Hearts is one of those shows that I admire and dislike at the same time. I admire its very real depictions of what can happen in a love triangle and how the characters react to situations beyond their control, which makes for some of the strongest and gripping human drama I’ve seen in an […]

New York Anime Festival Draws 15,000 Attendees

by Ed Liuon December 14, 2007
Officials for the New York Anime Festival (NYAF) estimated that 15,000 attendees visited the new con last weekend. John McGeary, director of the NYAF, said the attendance exceeded expectations, which were projected to be between 10,000 and 15,000 attendees. Next year’s con may move to September, which might raise attendance but would also put it […]