The L.A. Office has put up a Spotlight on Warner Home Video. In it, it is revealed that The Batman will see DVD releases during the second, third and fourth quarters of 2005, presumably making up the entire first season between the discs. In addition, the new DTV The Batman vs. Dracula is set for […]
Kids 6-11 Ratings for Saturday, February 5, 2005 Notes: All Times Eastern An (S) Denotes Special Presentation Broadcast Networks: Kids WB (8 am – 12 pm): (2.9/13 Average) 8:00 am – What’s New Scooby-Doo? (1.2/8) 8:30 am – ¡Mucha Lucha! Gigante (1.9/9) 9:00 am – Teen Titans (2.5/11) 9:30 am – Xiaolin Showdown (3.4/14) 10:00 […]
Writer Ed Brubaker has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about Batman: The Man Who Laughs, a prestige-format comic drawn by Doug Mahnke that details the first encounter between Batman and the Joker. Batman: The Man Who Laughs was released to comic shops last Wednesday with a cover price of $6.95.
Kids 6-11 Ratings for Saturday, January 29, 2005 Note: All Times Eastern Broadcast Networks: Kids WB (8 am -12 pm): (2.6/12 Average) 8:00 am – What’s New Scooby-Doo? (1.4/10) 8:30 am – ¡Mucha Lucha! Gigante (1.7/9) 9:00 am – Teen Titans (2.4/10) 9:30 am – Xiaolin Showdown (2.6/10) 10:00 am – Pokemon Advanced Challenge (2.7/10) […]
This review is a special “interview” type review between Toonami Forum Moderator Knux Five and Cartoon Network Forum Moderator Red Giant. If you are a dedicated Dragonball watcher and don’t want it spoiled for you, do not scroll down. This includes the final four episodes. They have all aired on Cartoon Network. Knux Five: Hey […]
I’ve long since given up trying to figure out how and why Cartoon Network decides to schedule its “seasons”; one week after the premiere of the two-part “season finale” to Justice League Unlimited, the network is kicking off season two with “The Cat and the Canary.” There’s nothing very special about the premiere to the […]
Power Rangers is the perfect 1980′s cartoon. Look, never mind the fact that it is not animated and that it didn’t even air in the 1980′s (it reached American shores in 1993). Just bear with me. By “1980′s cartoon,” I mean a cartoon that mostly ignores atmosphere, character and even plot, but instead just kicks […]
Just as many cartoons leapt from the pages of comic books, sentai can also trace its roots to the paneled pages. The man who can best be described as the father of sentai, Shotaro Ishinomori, got his start creating his own manga. While he might not be as well known in America as Astro Boy-creator […]