Moonscoop & Archie Comics Team for New “It’s Archie” Animated Series

by Ed Liuon August 1, 2013
Animation Magazine reports that Moonscoop LLC and Archie Comics are co-producing a new Archie animated series. Titled It’s Archie, the new series will feature Archie and his coterie of friends (including Reggie, Jughead, Veronica, and Betty) as “rambunctious teens in a contemporary Riverdale.” Season 1 of the series promises 52 11-minute episodes and will be […]
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Adult Swim Is Aware Of Animation Domination

by Alex Beanon August 1, 2013
Just in case you weren’t paying attention, there is a new animated kid on the block – Fox’s Animation Domination HD – which is beginning a block of animation headlined by “Axe Cop” [a former web comic] and “High School USA” [which may or may not be Archie-based, you decide, if you must]. Longtime Cartoon […]


The Return Of Sharknado: Sharknado’s Revenge

by Alex Beanon August 1, 2013
When “Sharknado” – SyFy’s original film mocking a combination of bad science fiction movies and bad acting – debuted earlier this month, it was met with an overwhelming positive reaction that created a perfect Twitter storm of Ed Wood-type love and gore. SyFy was so pleased with the response that they ran a repeat of […]

Oakland Rolls Snake Eyes

by Alex Beanon August 1, 2013
To promote the release on DVD and Blu-ray of “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”, Paramount sent Snake Eyes [actor Ray Park] to the Oakland Coliseum to toss out the ceremonial first pitch in a game against Toronto. The result? Well, see for yourself, but if you want a foreshadowing hint – Toronto shut out the A’s in […]


New Clips and Stills from “Beware the Batman,” DC Nation Shorts “Tales of Metropolis”

by Ed Liuon July 31, 2013
Warner Bros. Animation has released the following new clips and stills from the new “Tales of Metropolis” DC Nation shorts and “Safe,” the next new episode of Beware the Batman. Both are set to premiere this Saturday, August 3, 2013, at 10:00 AM (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network. “TALES OF METROPOLIS: LOIS” Click any thumbnail to […]

Review: “Shin-Chan Season 3” – Here’s More

by Dr. Daedaluson July 31, 2013
Back when the slice-of-life anime comedy Shin-chan first aired, I loved it because it was vastly different than any other anime I had watched, especially considering what usually airs on Adult Swim (i.e. shonen action shows). I also greatly enjoyed the re-written, pop culture-heavy dub, which took extensive liberties with the original show. Generally I […]


The Flash No Longer In The Pan, Coming To TV Screen

by Alex Beanon July 30, 2013
If “Arrow” could do it, so can The Flash – at least that’s the thinking going on over at Warner Bros., where it was officially announced that, thanks to the success from last year’s “Arrow” television series on their CW network, they will be bringing a similar series based on the DC Comics’ super-speedy superhero […]

The Simpsons Win The Lottery

by Alex Beanon July 30, 2013
Homer and Marge finally hit the lottery. “The Simpsons”, the nation’s longest running television series, will be sold to off-network cable syndication in a deal that could reach as much as a billion dollars. When the series was initially sold by Fox to networks in 1993, cable syndication was not as sophisticated and networks could […]


SDCC2013: Batman: The Animated Series Turns 21 Panel

by Grant Whiteon July 30, 2013
The Batman: The Animated Series Turns 21 panel took place at the San Diego Comic-Con 2013, on Saturday, July 20. Over the course of the panel, the participants touched on their vision of Batman: The Animated Series, production challenges, favorite episodes, favorite characters, whether or not the show would be able to have the same impact […]

Toonzone Interviews Voice Actor Debi Derryberry

by Ed Liuon July 30, 2013
Multi-talented Debi Derryberry has had quite a ride to get where she is in the voiceover industry today. After graduating with a pre-med degree from UCLA, she traveled to Nashville with aspirations of being a country music singer, and while she soon got work in Music City, her distinctive voice meant it was primarily getting […]