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"Karas" Preview: Outstandingly Animated Though A Bit Condensed

Tatsunoko Productions has been around for a long time. 40 years in fact. In that time they’ve made a number of series that have been very influential not only in Japan, but in America as well. Classics such as Speed Racer, Gatchaman and Mospeada, have all turned up in the US under some banner or […]

JLU #20 Preview On-Line

A 4-page preview of Justice League Unlimited #20 is available at Mile High Comics. The issue is written by Paul Storrie with art by Rick Burchett and a cover by Ty Templeton, and introduces Mary Marvel into the DC Animated Universe. The issue will be available on comic book stands on April 5. Other previews […]

Vito DelSante on Writing for "Scooby Doo," "Batman Adventures"

Writer Vito DelSante has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his career writing comics, which has included a backup feature in Batman Adventures and a regular assignment on DC’s Scooby Doo comics. The interview covers how he broke into the business, the unusual reaction he had when he was paid for his Batman Adventures […]

'Batman Beyond': The Future's Bright!

After a few failed attempts at bringing the show to DVD, Warner Home Video has finally released Batman Beyond: Season One to the joy of Batman fans everywhere. The show features an all-new Batman approximately 40 years in the future, with Bruce Wayne now a bitter, broken old man. The show’s origins trace back to […]

McDuffie to Take Marvel Characters "Beyond"

Newsarama.com has posted a feature article about Beyond!, a six-issue limited series from Marvel Comics beginning in June, written by Dwayne McDuffie with artwork by Scott Kolins. The series will set Spider-Man and a pack of Marvel’s minor characters on a strange and hostile alien world, where they must either work together to survive or […]

"Chicken Little": Disney Lays a Bronze Egg

Though they recently kissed and made up on a long weekend in Barbados, in 2005 Disney and Pixar’s relationship came to a rocky end, and as the former dodged Wedgwood barrages it drunkenly vowed to succeed on its own in the CGI world. Those flying saucers gave Disney six stitches and an idea: what if […]

Help Save Dan Slott's "Thing"

Writer Dan Slott (Batman Adventures) has announced a contest to boost the dangerously low sales of his newest monthly comic book The Thing, centering on the rocky orange muscle for the Fantastic Four. Slott will select the best comic book message board post from “the person who’s doing the best job promoting “Pull My Thing […]

'Justice League' Season One - Lame Launch for the League

With Batman Beyond, the previous DCU show on its way out and a sudden rejuvenation in popularity of the JLA comics thanks to Grant Morrison, the Warner Bros creative team decided that now was as good as a time as any to finally create a Justice League of America cartoon. Fans of the previous shows […]

"Howl's Moving Castle": Home is Where You Park it

Hayao Miyazaki set the bar perilously high for himself with 2002′s Spirited Away, winning an Academy Award and setting a Japanese box office record. The much anticipated Howl’s Moving Castle doesn’t quite measure up, but engineers a rousing fantasy adventure in the classic Miyazaki mold. Howl was written by novelist Diana Wynne Jones, though you’d […]

WizardWorld L.A. News Roundup: "Ultimate Avengers" Voice Actors Panel, "Gargoyles"

This past weekend’s WizardWorld Los Angeles comic convention was the platform for DC, Marvel, and other American comic book companies to make several new announcements. The Comics Reporter’s “Collective Memory” feature is the best single source for all the news reports filed about the con. Of particular interest to animation fans are the panel discussion […]

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