There’s MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE when Cartoon Network premieres a 90-minute feature presentation of Transformers Animated Special: “Transform and Roll Out”on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2007 at 8 p.m. (ET, PT). The adventure begins when OPTIMUS PRIME and his small crew of AUTOBOTS come into possession of the ALLSPARK, a powerful Cybertronian artifact that attracts […]
Newsarama is reporting that DC Comics will release a one-shot based on DC: The New Frontier in March 2008 in time for the release of the direct-to-video animated adaptation of the original graphic novel. Newsarama spoke to writer/artist Darwyn Cooke about the contents and the creative teams for the 48-page special. The major story will […]
Anime fans will often tell others that there’s so much more to the medium than the stereotypes of giant robots, pocket monsters, and samurai drama. There are works that evoke incredibly deep feelings, plunging deep into the universals of the human condition with sensitivity and grace. They work their magic on us and transcend traditional […]
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed writer/producer Alan Burnett about the fifth season of The Batman. The interview discusses the introduction of more of DC’s heroes into the show, as well as the reasons why some characters have not appeared yet and how to balance the expanded superhero cast with the existing one.
Producer James Tucker has spoken with Comic Book Resources about “Message in a Bottle,” last weekend’s episode of Legion of Super-Heroes. Tucker talks about how the episode will introduce a famous element of the 1950’s Superman comics into the continuity of the show, and also how the introduction of Kell-El, a clone of Superman from […]
Comic Book Resources has interviewed writer/producer Alan Burnett about The Batman, focusing especially on how the current season of the show is introducing many of the members of the Justice League. In addition, Burnett talks about why many of his DC superhero animation projects don’t do traditional origin stories, why Hal Jordan was selected to […]
Southern Island, a toy company based in Arizona that specialized in anime-based merchandise, has closed up shop according to Anime News Network. The company’s phones have been disconnected, their website is down and their inventory will be auctioned off on EBay. They held the license for four Funimation shows, Case Closed, Full Metal Alchemist, Fruits […]