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"Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days" Manga Announced

Newtype USA has announced that they will be publishing a new manga series based on the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime. Titled Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days, the manga will be based on a PC/PlayStation 2 game and promises a lighter, more humorous take on the giant robot warriors and their pilots. The story will be […]

Dan Slott Does His "Thing"

Newsarama.com has posted an interview with Dan Slott (Batman Adventures, She-Hulk) about his upcoming The Thing mini-series. The Fantastic Four spin-off comic is scheduled to be released this fall.

More Classic Hanna-Barbera Toons On the Way

There are no details yet, but press statements indicate that Warner Home Video will be releasing The Flintstones: The Complete Fourth Season, Huckleberry Hound: Vol. 1, and Yogi Bear: The Complete Series to DVD. Trailers for these sets are included on certain October WHV releases.

"Tom and Jerry Spotlight 2" Coming in October

Warner Home Video will release the Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection: Vol 2 to DVD on October 25, the company said yesterday. The colllection will boast forty restored and remastered shorts, including the debut short “Puss Gets the Boot,” three Academy Award nominees, and six CinemaScope releases. Extras include audio commentaries on “Saturday Evening Puss,” […]

"Golden Collection Vol. 3" Coming Soon

Warner Home Video is preparing to announce the release of the four-disc Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 3, TV Shows on DVD reports. The set will include sixty cartoons, nine documentaries, thirty-two commentary tracks, and eleven music- or music-and-sound-effects-only audio tracks. It will retail for $64.92. Warners will also release the Looney Tunes Movie Collection, […]

Toons Nominated for Primetime Emmys

The Simpsons, SpongeBob, Samurai Jack, and the South Park gang will be competing for the Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program. The 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning, and those four series and Family Guy were each nominated for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour). The nominated episodes represented are […]

"Dragonball Z" Escapes the "Dead Zone"

This is a review of the 1997 Pioneer Video DVD release, which is now out of print but available used, for purposes of comparison with the FUNimation new release. Ah, Dragonball Z movies. Many people are amazed when a franchise goes beyond four films, but the DBZ franchise produced over a dozen before the series […]

Dead, Deader, "Dead Zone"

Goku’s son, Gohan, has been kidnapped for his Dragonball. Emperor Pilaf… er… Garlic Jr. is amassing Dragonballs so he can wish for eternal life. With this, he can take down Kami, become the new ruler of Earth, and unleash a new wave of demonic forces across the planet. Goku’s not going to let this pass, […]

"Transformers": In Theaters July 4

Transformers will get a Fourth of July, 2007 opening in the U.S., distributor DreamWorks said today. [Source: PR Newswire]

Nick Putting Characters on Produce

Nickelodeon is licensing such characters as SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer to distributors of fresh produce, the company said today. The deal, which will put the characters on bags of carrots, spinach, and low-fat milk, is part of a broader push by Nickelodeon to encourage healthier diet and exercise for kids. Later this month, […]

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