To celebrate the release of Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes on DVD, The Marvel Animation Age and Toon Zone News managed to catch up with the show’s story editor Chris Yost in an email interview to talk about his experiences on the show. MAA/TZN: How did you get your start in the animation business? CHRIS […]
The Spectacular Spider-Man snuck up on me. I knew that a new Spider-Man cartoon was coming, but it’d been five years since the previous one, which came out five years after the one before that. It can get a little tiring keeping track, especially when they tweak the character too much. But the guiding idea—and […]
The Superman Homepage reports that various DC Comics shows can now be purchased on iTunes. Internet surfers can purchase episodes of Superman: The Animated Series, Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, the 60s Aquaman cartoons, the Fleischer Superman cartoons, or the first season of the Superfriends in either separate episodes or in season sets.
Cartoon Network and Adult Swim will host a number of panels and special events, including signings, during Comic-Con International, to be held in San Diego, Calif., Friday, July 26 – Sunday, July 28, 2008. All times, dates and locations subject to change. CARTOON NETWORK Booth: 3645 ADULT SWIM Booth: 4151 PANELS BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND […]
The Spectacular Spider-Man‘s supervising producer Greg Weisman has been interviewed by IGN.com, looking back at season 1 and forwards to season 2. Among other topics, Weisman discusses how he feels about fan reactions to the show (both good and bad), the current status of season 2 of the show and its lack of a home […]
Comic Book Resources has posted their Batman: Gotham Knight panel report from this past weekend’s Wizard World Chicago comic convention. The panel was preceded by the debut of the movie, which played to a completely full room. The panel itself was attended by DC Comics Senior VP of Creative Affairs Gregory Noveck, executive producer Bruce […]
Over the span of his career, Larry Schwarz has worn many hats. He began his career in show business as a child actor and stand-up comic. Later, he moved on to publishing with the seasonal H Magazine aimed at the Hamptons and as the CEO of VIAM Communications, which published the Vietnam Business Journal and […]
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed writer Michael Reaves about his work with Batman, starting with his contributions to Batman the Animated Series and running all the way to the Mystery of the Batwoman direct-to-video movie. Reaves discusses the differences between working on a TV show and a DTV, how he feels about his lesser […]