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"Batman: Under the Red Hood" Interviews Around the Web

by Ed Liuon July 26, 2010
Several interviews are appearing around the Internet about Batman: Under the Red Hood, which will be released tomorrow on DVD, Blu-ray, and On Demand services. The World’s Finest Online has spoken with director Brandon Vietti about his approach to the directing the movie, what attracted him to the project, what he thinks fan reaction will […]

SDCC2010: Marvel Gets Animated

by Jeffrey Harrison July 25, 2010
With Jeph Loeb now at the helm of Marvel Entertainment’s television division, Marvel announced their upcoming animated slate for 2010 and 2011 and previewed their new and returning shows at the 2010 San Diego Comic Con. Here are the highlights: Jeph Loeb talked about Marvel’s growth and that Marvel would be bringing live-action television shows […]

SDCC2010: Marvel Anime and G4 Go Excelsior

by Jeffrey Harrison July 25, 2010
On Friday at the San Diego Comic Con, Marvel presented the long-awaited debut of the new Iron Man anime series co-produced with Sony and Madhouse Studio. The episode was shown in Japanese with English subtitles. In the new twelve episode series, Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, goes to Japan in order to unveil a new […]

Spider-Man Voice Actors Confirmed for "Shattered Dimensions"

by Dan Collinson July 23, 2010
Superhero Hype reported at this year Comic-Con, all four voices of Spider-Man are now confirmed with the addition of Neil Patrick Harris (Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, Doogie Howser M.D., How I met Your Mother, and Batman: Under the Red Hood) as The Amazing Spider-Man in the new video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. Spider-Man: Shattered […]

Rob Lowe to Voice Captain Marvel in "Young Justice"

by Ed Liuon July 22, 2010
TVGuide.com is reporting that Rob Lowe is slated to play DC Comics’ Captain Marvel (Shazam!) in the upcoming Young Justice animated series. Producer Greg Weisman stated that “Shazam will be an important recurring character in the series.” Originally a character published by Fawcett, Captain Marvel was introduced in 1940 as the super-powered alter ego of […]

"Superfriends": The Justice Chums

by on July 22, 2010
We’re less than a week away from the street date for Batman: Under the Red Hood. By grim chance or fiendish design, Warner Home Video has preceded that hotly anticipated release with another volume of Superfriends, the infamously lame Hanna-Barbera action-series from the 1970s. Probably Warners only means to hook a slightly related product onto […]

Greg Weisman Looks Back at "Spectacular Spider-Man"

by Ed Liuon July 20, 2010
The Spectacular Webs podcast has posted a two-hour interview with Greg Weisman about The Spectacular Spider-Man, which covers a wide range of material from character details that were not explicitly specified in the series, production of the two seasons of the show, psychological makeup of many of the show’s characters, and plans he had for […]

Katee Sackhoff, Adam West, Jane Lynch, and More to Guest Star on "Super Hero Squad"

by Ed Liuon July 15, 2010
TV Guide Magazine has announced several upcoming guest stars for the second season of Marvel Animation’s Super Hero Squad Show. Among the new guest stars are Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) as She-Hulk, Adam West (Batman, Family Guy) as Nighthawk, Ty Burrell (Modern Family) as Captain Marvel, Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) as Nightmare, and […]

Warner Bros. Entertainment to Provide Official Tote Bags at San Diego Comic-Con 2010

by Ed Liuon July 14, 2010
Warner Bros. Entertainment will provide the official tote bag for San Diego Comic-Con 2010, producing 11 unique designs based on TV shows and movies like Batman: The Brave and the Bold, The Looney Tunes Show, and Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. Bags will be given to all attendees at check-in for all 5 days of the convention, […]

"The Super Hero Squad Show" Vol. 1: Prime Grade Super Hero Silliness

by Ed Liuon July 13, 2010
The Super Hero Squad Show is the demented radioactive mutant love child of Marvel Comics superheroes and Looney Tunes, and the miracle isn’t that it works as well as it does but that it works at all. This show and Batman: The Brave and the Bold came along at just the right time, with both […]