Cartoon Intro Cavalcade: Iron Man Season 2

by Matthew Williamson March 20, 2010
“I always believe that Opening Titles of a show are very important. They should provide intriguing visuals that not only sum up the series, but also merit repeat viewing. To accomplish this, the artistic concepts must of necessity be dynamite. Otherwise, the audience may simply decide to change channels before the episode begins again. There […]

World’s Finest Interviews James Tucker on Future of "Batman: The Brave & the Bold"

by Ed Liuon March 18, 2010
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed James Tucker, Producer and Lead Character Designer of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, about what the future holds for the series. Among other topics, Tucker discusses how the show selects its guest stars, the “Starro” teasers that will lead up to a 2-part Starro-centric story, some of the […]

Kirby Estate Officially Sues Marvel & Disney

by Dan Collinson March 15, 2010
Superhero Hype reports that the children of the late Jack Kirby have filed a lawsuit against Marvel Comics and The Walt Disney Company to terminate copyrights and gain profits from their father’s comic book creations. The suit follows the September move when the estate filed 45 copyright termination notices to Marvel, Disney, and studios such […]

Disney Channel/Disney XD 2010-11 Programming: "Phineas & Ferb" Movie; "Avengers"

by Ed Liuon March 4, 2010
Disney Channels Worldwide announced their 2010-11 programming highlights for the Disney Channel and Disney XD at their upfront to U.S. advertisers. Animation-related highlights include: A Phineas & Ferb movie, titled Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension, where the pair of inventive kids discover the secret identity of their pet platypus Perry and team up […]

James Woods on Being Owlman for "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths"

by Ed Liuon February 25, 2010
Emmy award winning actor James Woods is the newest subject to be interviewed by Warner Home Video in conjunction with the release of Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, the newest direct-to-video animated movie available now on DVD, Blu-ray disc, On Demand services, and for download. Among other topics, Woods discusses how he constructed the […]

Dwayne McDuffie Working on Two More DC Animated Movies

by Ed Liuon February 24, 2010
In comments to MTV’s Splash Page weblog, writer Dwayne McDuffie (Ben 10: Alien Force, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths) has revealed that he is writing two additional DC animated movies, which will come after this summer’s Batman: Under the Red Hood by Judd Winick. He also gives some details on other projects, such as […]

Steve Niles on "DC Showcase Presents: The Spectre"; New Video Clip Released

by Ed Liuon February 24, 2010
Warner Home Video has released a new press release interview with Steve Niles, writer of the new short film “DC Showcase Presents: The Spectre,” which is included on the recently released Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths DVD and Blu-ray. WHV has also released a new video clip from “The Spectre”: Justice League: Crisis on […]

Gina Torres on Being Superwoman for "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths"

by Ed Liuon February 23, 2010
Warner Home Video has released another press release interview in conjunction with the release of Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths on DVD, Blu-ray, and On Demand services. The subject of this interview is Gina Torres, the actor who puts a sexy spin on the evil Superwoman. Among other topics, Torres reveals the ways that […]

"Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths:" It Rocks in All Realities

by Ed Liuon February 23, 2010
The parallel universe of inverted morals and reversed characters is a staple of science fiction and superhero stories everywhere, becoming a common story in many science fiction TV series and comic books. The iconic rendition is probably the 1967 episode of Star Trek, “Mirror, Mirror,” but DC Comics had beaten Trek to that particular punch […]

"Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths": One Plus One Equals Two-and-a-Half

by Maxie Zeuson February 23, 2010
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths is a nifty little gem of a movie, an unpretentious but thoroughly entertaining story that, probably, would have more appropriately been titled Justice League: When Archetypes Collide. It takes the old sci-fi trope about parallel worlds populated by moral mirror-images, and— Well, it doesn’t really do anything new or […]