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Classic Creators Return for New Batman Stories

Comicon.com’s PULSE News reports that Steve Englehart, Marshall Rogers, John Workman, and Terry Austin are on board for Dark Detective, a new bi-weekly Batman comic to debut this spring. Englehart, Rogers, and Workman were instrumental in the revival of Batman after the camp craze of the 60′s, and Englehart has promised the return of Silver […]

How Did the X-Men Evolve? Animator/Director Steven Gordon Explains

Steven E. Gordon is an animator, character designer and director who has worked on such hits as X-Men: Evolution, The Black Cauldron, Oliver & Co., and Ralph Bakshi’s Mighty Mouse. He recently spoke to Toon Zone about his work. Toon Zone: How did you get started in the animation business? Steve Gordon: It started as […]

Avi Melman and Michael Reaves Talk "Guardians of Luna"

A new show is on the way from Avi Melman (Cybergraphix Animation) and Michael Reaves (Batman: The Animated Series, Gargoyles). It’s called Guardians of Luna, and Toon Zone sat down with Melman and Reaves for an exclusive first peek at this show, which, Reaves says, is “pushing the envelope the same way that Gargoyles and […]

"Gargoyles" Awaken on DVD, Looking All The Better For Their Age

Back in the day, Gargoyles was one of the few cartoons on the air that attempted to break its genre’s formula. With Batman: The Animated Series, Gargolyes elevated television action animation from the repetitive, vanilla pit into which it had sunk to new heights of story telling, voice acting, animation, and music. These cartoons gave […]

Jae Lee to Write Exclusively for Marvel Comics

Jae Lee will now write exclusively for Marvel Comics, the company announced today. Lee gave some clues to what the near-future holds for him: I’m working on a moody Hulk story with Peter David. After that, it’ll be all out action with a writer who’s no stranger to widescreen comics, featuring a character we’ve all […]

TV Listings for January 1 - 7 (Updated 1/3)

Here are the television listings for JETIX on ABC Family, FoxBox, and Kids’ WB for Saturday, January 1 through Friday, January 7, 2005. All times are Eastern. Note that schedules are subject to change without notice. Saturday, January 1 ABC Family 7:00am Power Rangers DinoThunder “Day of the Dino, Part 1″ 7:30am Power Rangers DinoThunder […]

"Lady Death" Reincarnated on DVD

When Hope, unknowing daughter of Lucifer, is killed for her father’s sins, she takes up the offer for a life in Hell rather than experience a horrific death via torching. But as Lucifer is the Lord of Lies, Hope soon learns the true fate of her loved ones, and sets out on a course to […]

"Spider-Man 2" DVD Fitting DVD For Fantastic Film

The greatest superhero film of all time–that’s Spider-Man 2 if you didn’t pick up on the hint in the headline–is finally coming to DVD. Times are tough for troubled teen Peter Parker. His grades are declining, his Aunt May is being forced out of her home, and he still can’t balance out the issues with […]

"The Incredibles": Truth In Advertising

A “blockbuster,” in my opinion, is a movie that delivers an incredible ride but also doesn’t mince on the characters or story. It’s not going to make you really think, but it is pure entertainment – often the best of what films offer. And The Incredibles is the best blockbuster movie since The Empire Strikes […]

Short Notice: Super-Milk Chan's Gone Bad

Super-Milk Chan is easily the least amount of fun I’ve had watching an animé in recent years. For the uninformed, ADV released this series in a two-disc set; one disc is the straight dub of the Japanese version, while the other is an adapted version for America, complete with behind-the-scene live action bits set at […]

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