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Nicktoons Network to Preview "Skyland" November 25

Nicktoons Network will join France 2, Teletoon (Canada), and ABC (Australia) in a first-ever global sneak-peek of the new series Skyland. All networks will preview the series with either the hour-long pilot or a 75-second clip in November. Nicktoons Network (U.S.) will sneak-peek the hour-long pilot of the series Friday, November 25, at 8:00pm (ET), […]

"The Legend of Zelda": 80s Camp Resurrected on DVD

Premiering and ending in the fall of 1989, The Legend of Zelda consisted of only thirteen episodes and aired during The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!. The complete The Legend of Zelda series hits DVD October 18th, with a few special features to back up the collection. Well excuuuse me, PrincessIf you’ve been around Zelda […]

SpongeBob Set to Air in China

SpongeBob SquarePants will begin airing in 120 million Chinese households by year’s end via the dedicated children’s channel of state-run broadcaster China Central Television, AWN reports, citing The Hollywood Reporter.

Nickelodeon 'Spy Day Friday' Marathon Airs Friday

Nickelodeon will air a ‘Spy Day Friday’ marathon on Friday, October 21, from 11:30am – 2:00pm (ET/PT). The marathon will feature a never-before-seen episode of Nick Jr.’s comic/action series LazyTown, entitled “Secret Agent Zero,” where Robbie Rotten tricks the LazyTowners into believing that he has won the Mayoral race. PR Newswire has the full schedule.

DVD Talk Interviews Richard Golezowski of Aardman

DVDTalk.com has conducted an e-mail interview with Richard Golezowski of Aardman Animation. Golezowski is the director of the on-going Creature Comforts series.

Charles Rocket 1949 - 2005

Actor Charles Rocket (real name Charles Claverie) has been found dead of an apparent suicide. Known for uttering a four-letter word on Saturday Night Live which cost him his job, Rocket provided voice-over work for a number of animated shows, including Batman/Superman Adventures, The Zeta Project, Men in Black, and Titan A.E.

"IGPX": Prepare for the November Revolution

It’s amazing how far Toonami has come. Way back in 1997, it looked like just another generic action block, starring Moltar from the then-popular Space Ghost Coast to Coast to drum up some ratings. It had old-school 80’s cartoons, old-school 70’s cartoons, and the first “reinvention” of a classic series, and some people didn’t expect […]

"The Boondocks": Brash, Honest And Excellent

Aaron McGruder has managed tick off a lot off people with his newspaper comic, The Boondocks. In a sense, that’s quite a feat because the format is probably one of the most constricted creative mediums. The strip has provoked angry letters, conservative media diatribues and have even been pulled from various papers (most notably from […]

Hayao Miyazaki and Nick Park to Talk at Tokyo Film Festival

Anime News Service is reporting that Studio Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki and Aardman Animation’s Nick Park will be giving a joint talk at the Tokyo Film Festival at 2:30 PM on October 23rd. The talk came about due to “recent friendly work relations” between the two studios. (via Nausicaa.net)

"Samurai 7" Vol. 2: Sci-Fi Swordsmen Sophisticated As Ever

Last time on Samurai 7, three peasants by the names of Kirara, Komochi and Rikichi traveled to the city to find some samurai willing to defend their village from the horrible Nobuseri – a band of giant mecha raiders who extort grain from the peasants’ village in exchange for not obliterating the lot of them. […]

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