PULSE News Talks to Jason Hall About "Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures" Comics

by Ed Liuon January 4, 2008’s PULSE News has interviewed writer Jason Hall about his latest contribution to Dark Horse Comics’ Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures comics, based on the Clone Wars cartoons by Genndy Tartakovsky and aired on Cartoon Network. Hall discusses where he got the inspiration for a new Jedi character, how he prepares to write for the […]

Marvel Adventures Animated Web Shorts Debut at

by Ed Liuon January 4, 2008
Read the full press release hereMarvel Entertainment has issued a press release announcing the launch of the Marvel Adventures Animated Web Shorts, a three-part CGI-animated web cartoon series available for viewing now at The next two chapters will be available on January 10 and 17, 2008. The shorts feature Spider-Man, Iron Man, and the […]

PR: Spider-Man, Iron Man & Hulk Team Up In Revolutionary New Animation

by Matt Hazudaon January 4, 2008
Marvel is pleased to announce that today True Believers can experience the team of Spider-Man, Iron Man and Hulk in the groundbreaking new CGI thrill-ride only on Marvelkids.Com—The Marvel Adventures Animated Web Shorts! Developed in collaboration with the Oscar-nominated Blur Studios, famous for their work on everything from Marvel: Ultimate Alliance to NFL On Fox, […]

"Super Robot Wars": Hot-Blooded Mecha Goodness

by Jon Ton January 4, 2008
I’ve never actually played any of the Super Robot Wars games, and I’m not familiar with the original Banpresto-created characters, so I have to admit that I wondered just how compromised my viewing experience of the Super Robot Wars: Original Generation OVA would be. Thankfully, I ultimately came out of it successfully entertained. But, as […]

America’s Sci Fi Channel Adds Anime on Tuesdays, Starz Moves Animidnight to Mondays

by Weathermanon January 3, 2008
The Sci-Fi Network has announced that they will be adding a block of anime showings to their schedule on Tuesdays in addition to the current Ani-Mondays block. The block, to be called Ani-Tuesdays, will feature in February 2008 the Read Or Die OVA, the 1988 Appleseed OVA, Kai Doh Maru and the X movie. The […]

BTAS "Phantasm," "Sub Zero" Getting Double Feature Re-Release

by Maxie Zeuson January 3, 2008
Warner Home Video will rerelease Batman: Mask of the Phantasm and Batman and MR. Freeze: Sub Zero to DVD as part of a Batman Double Feature DVD on February 12, the studio said yesterday. The release will retail for $14.97. [Source: Warner Home Video]

Scooby-Doo "Alien Invaders" and "Zombie Island" Return in DVD Double Feature

by Maxie Zeuson January 3, 2008
Warner Home Video will pair Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders and Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island in a double-feature DVD release, the company announced yesterday. The DVD will be released on February 12 and retail for $14.97. [Source: Warner Home Video]

THQ to Produce "WALL/E" Game

by Maxie Zeuson January 3, 2008
THQ will release a video game based on the upcoming Pixar/Disney CGI feature WALL/E, Magical Mountain reports. The game, to launch across all major gaming systems, will let players take control of the WALL/E and EVE characters and explore ten worlds. It will be released in conjunction with the film’s theatrical debut in the summer […]

Nicktoons Network Introduces "Ricky Sprocket – Showbiz Boy" on January 21

by Weathermanon January 3, 2008
The Nicktoons Network has announced the world premiere of Ricky Sprocket-Showbiz Boy for January 21 at 7pm EST. Following the premiere showing, the 26 episode show from Oscar Award-winning creators Alison Snowden and David Fine will air at 2pm on Saturdays. Ricky Sprocket-Showbiz Boy follows the adventures of child actor Ricky Sprocket as he balances […]

"The New Adventures of Batman": Completely Batty, But Still a Classic

by Dan Collinson January 3, 2008
When I found out that Warner Bros. was releasing The New Adventures of Batman to DVD, I was really thrilled. I first saw the show when it was part of Tarzan & the Super 7, And when it showed up on In2TV a few years ago, I knew that a DVD would probably come out. […]