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"Flintstones: The Complete 5th Season" on Sale in March

Season Five of the show starring the most popular prehistoric family will be released on March 7. Price info, cover art, and more details are available at TvShowsOnDVD.com.

St. Petersburg Times Op-Ed Seeks Justice League for Public Office

An op-ed article in the St. Petersburg Times suggests that its elected officials ask, “What would Batman Do?” when confronted with seemingly intractible problems of public policy. Times columnist Ernest Hooper suggests, not entirely facetiously, that Cartoon Network’s Justice League presents a model of how disparate minds can “pull together for a common cause, even […]

AOL's In2TV Service to Deliver On-Demand TV Programming

America Online and Warner Brothers have announced a joint service to launch next year that will provide on-line video on demand via the Internet. Called In2TV, the service will form an on-line TV network backed by a large library of Time-Warner programming. Programming will be available in a standard quality streaming video format and a […]

"Creature Comforts" The Complete First Season: Feet of Clay, Words of Tedium

Thanks to the considerable success of Chicken Run and Wallace and Gromit, Nick Park is on his way to becoming a household name in the U.S. But an unintended consequence of the popularity of these properties is that Park’s most acclaimed short goes relatively unnoticed. Back in 1991 the Oscar for best animated short film […]

"Kodocha" Vol. 2 Cranks Up the Drama

The title of this volume, “Hayama Hijinks,” would have you believe it was as completely crazy as the first volume. In fact, while it’s still very funny, the drama is kicked up a notch and the heartfelt moments are out in force this time. Child TV star Sana Kurata, armed with an embarrassing photo, has […]

"Hellboy" Animated Design Weblog Opens

Artist Tad Stones has launched a weblog dedicated to the production of the new Hellboy animated projects. Stones’ current posts include his history trying to get Hellboy into animated form, the guiding principles of the current show, and the level of involvement of Hellboy creator Mike Mignola. (via Comic Book Resources The Comic Reel)

"Chicken Little" May Herald More 3-D Digital Projection

An article in the Los Angeles Times states that Chicken Little‘s digital 3-D version has been a real winner at the box-office (free registration required). The 3-D version of the movie earned more than double the amount of the normal version per screen on its opening weekend despite (or perhaps because of) an additional cost […]

"Burst Angel" Vol. 2 to 4: Dangerous Beauties

Burst Angel is yet another in a long line of girls with guns anime series trying to recapture the magic of 80s classic Dirty Pair. And it does an admirable job, adding giant robots and monsters to the familiar mix. Though frankly, I hardly noticed them as my eyes must have been somewhere else. Let’s […]

"Burst Angel" Vol. 1: Louisa May Alcott Rolls in Her Grave

Hot chicks with guns. Giant robots. Fanservice. These are the stereotypes that pepper many an anime series. But Studio GONZO, experts in the unoriginal, accidentally added another stereotype to the equation: “whiney male sidekick.” Thus, Burst Angel (Bakuretsu Tenshi) was born! Jo, Meg, Amy and Sei are a group of super powered, but absurdly dressed, […]

"Chicken Little" Still On Top

Disney’s first computer-animated effort is beginning to show some surprising legs at the box office, coming in at #1 for the second straight week. In its second weekend, the flick grossed about $32 million according to early studio estimates, a drop of just 20% from last weekend. Its current cume, $80 million, while less than […]

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