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2016 Daytime Emmy Award Winners Announced: Amazon Wins for “Tumble Leaf” & “Niko”

by Ed Liuon May 2, 2016
The 2016 Daytime Emmy Award winners were announced in a ceremony on Saturday, April 30, 2016, with Amazon Studios winning both Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Animated Program with Tumble Leaf and Outstanding Children’s Animated Program with the pilot episode of Niko and the Sword of Light. Veteran voice actor Jeff Bennett won the Outstanding Performer in […]
The Loud House

Review: “The Loud House” – 10 Sisters, No Problem

by Ed Liuon May 2, 2016
I learned in my intro psychology class in college that people are good at remembering 7 plus-or-minus-2 things, so Nickelodeon’s new animated series The Loud House is taking a big risk by fielding a show with a central character backed by 10 supporting cast members, and ensuring that all 11 of them will end up […]

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Anime Limited Announces “Zeta Gundam” & “Eden of the East” For UK

by Grant Whiteon May 1, 2016
Following on from their previously announced licensing news, Anime Limited have revealed they plan to release both Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam and Eden of the East. Zeta is the second entry in the Gundam franchise, a sequel to the original show which Anime Limited have previously released across two Blu-ray sets. Seven years after their […]
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All New “Peanuts” Series Premieres on Boomerang on May 9, 2016

by Ed Liuon April 29, 2016
THERE’S A NEW GANG ON BOOMERANG! ALL-NEW SERIES, PEANUTS, PREMIERES ON MONDAY, MAY 9, 2016 Peanuts, the brand-new animated series based on one of entertainment’s most iconic brands, heads to Boomerang on Monday, May 9, 2016. For the first time, the individual Peanuts print comic strips come to life in vignettes filled with humor and […]

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The Top 10 Most Epic Generation I Pokemon

by Todd Blackon April 29, 2016
Nintendo may not be doing so hot as a company right now, but the Pokemon franchise has never been stronger. The next generation is coming via Sun/Moon, the anime is still going on, and the original games that were recently re-released have sold over 1.5 million copies. Add that to the hopefully good Pokemon Go, […]

Daimidaler

Review: Is “Daimidaler” Giant Robot Action or Offensive Sexual Culture?

by Chad Boninon April 27, 2016
Turning lust and love into power and energy would allow the Internet to power itself and the rest of the world, but for the warriors of Daimidaler, it’s the only thing allowing them to power their giant robots against the forces of evil. In this case, the evil forces are an inter-dimensional penguin army bent […]
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Interview: Building “The Loud House” with Chris Savino

by Ed Liuon April 27, 2016
Like many kids, Chris Savino enjoyed a steady diet of cartoons and comic strips when he was young, but didn’t realize that animation was a career choice until late in high school. He immersed himself in all the animation books he could find in his local libraries, and discovered the Ren & Stimpy “Big House […]

Steven Universe Returns At Last On May 12

Steven Universe Returns At Last On May 12

by Peter Paltridgeon April 25, 2016
Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe hasn’t seen a new episode since last January. There were rumors that the series wouldn’t resume until June or July, but fortunately those have been proven false by this: a new trailer announcing the return of Steven and the Gems on May 12. It’s a great trailer too. “Something doesn’t feel […]
The Figgis Agency Goes To A Black Tie Affair On Thursday

The Figgis Agency Goes To A Black Tie Affair On Thursday

by Alex Beanon April 25, 2016
In the next episode of “Archer” on FX this Thursday – entitled “Bel Panto, Part I” – all members of The Figgis Agency will be attending a black-tie event and that always turns out well… Video credit: FX Discuss on the Toonzone Forums