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“Space Dandy” Gets Worldwide Broadcasts, World TV Premiere Set For Toonami on Adult Swim in January 2014 (Updated)

by Todd DuBoison October 25, 2013
A newly released press release from Bandai Visual and a post at the official Toonami tumblr have revealed that Studio BONES’ upcoming sci-fi comedy Space Dandy has been picked up for distribution and television broadcast in many areas around the world. The series, which reunites director Shinichiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo) with many creative […]
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Review: “High School dxd” Complete Series – To Hell With This

by SB20xxon October 25, 2013
I’ll admit it: The girls in High School dxd are cute and hot. But don’t be lured into watching the show because of that. As they say, the devil is pleasing to the eye, and boy is this a devil of a show to sit through. Watching High School dxd is like a checklist of […]

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Arrow Episode Recap: Broken Dolls – Season 2, Episode 3

by Alex Beanon October 24, 2013
Synopsis: Starling City’s newest criminal du jour – deranged serial killer Barton Mathis – has escaped from prison during the earthquake and is on the loose – forcing now-Officer Lance to team up with an unlikely partner [Arrow] in tracking him down. Meanwhile, Black Canary makes her debut. Details: We pick up where we were […]
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PR: Walt Disney Japan Announces Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers – Marvel’s First Animated TV Series For Boys Produced in Japan

by on October 23, 2013
Walt Disney Japan Announces Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers Marvel’s First Animated TV Series For Boys Produced In Japan Meguro-ku, Tokyo, October 23, 2013 — The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd. announced today that it will produce the first Japanese Marvel animated television series targeted at boys. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers is based on Marvel’s most popular team of […]

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Review: “Gravity Falls: Six Strange Tales” – Silly, Surprising, and Spectacular

by Ed Liuon October 23, 2013
If the speed at which cosplay starts appearing is any gauge of how fast a TV show has gained traction in nerd mindshare, I think the only show that can rival Disney’s Gravity Falls is probably Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time. However, I think there is a good amount of commonality between those two shows beyond […]
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CLIP: New “Teen Titans Go!” Episode Premiering October 23, 2013

by Ed Liuon October 22, 2013
Warner Bros. Animation has released a clip and stills from the next new episode of Teen Titans Go! set to premiere on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, at 7:30 PM (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network: Click any thumbnail below to enlarge: PLOT SYNOPSIS: “Power Moves” – Robin gets carried away when he and Cyborg start merging their […]

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NYCC 2013: Talking with Rob Paulsen About Donatello in Season 2 of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”

by Ed Liuon October 21, 2013
On Saturday at New York Comic Con 2013, Toonzone News was able to get a few minutes backstage with Rob Paulsen, who plays Donatello in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series. Some of his past roles include Raphael in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pinky in Pinky and the Brain, Wakko Warner in […]
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Boo! Nickelodeon Scares Up A Second Season For The Haunted Hathaways

by Alex Beanon October 21, 2013
Just in time for Halloween, Nickelodeon announced that one of their newest series – “The Haunted Hathaways” – will receive a 22-episode second season. THH, which debuted in July 2013 tells the story of a single mother with two daughters relocates from New York to New Orleans and discovers they are living in the same […]

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Childrens Hospital Episode Recap: Season Five, Episode 12 – My Friend Falcon

by Alex Beanon October 19, 2013
Synopsis: It’s another one of those behind-the-scenes Childrens Hospital episodes as director David Wain explains – sorta – the enigma that is Just Falcon [Ken Marino] in documentary style. Details: Every once in awhile Childrens Hospital embarks on a behind-the-scenes episode journey that requires the viewer to be fairly well ensconced in the series or […]
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Lou Scheimer, Filmation Co-Founder, 1928 – 2013

by Dan Collinson October 18, 2013
Cartoon Brew reports that Filmation Co-Founder and Producer Lou Scheimer passed away on Thursday at the age of 84. Scheimer got his start in animation working for companies like Warner Bros., Larry Harmon, and Hanna-Barbera until he co-founded Filmation Productions in 1962 along with Hal Sutherland and Norm Prescott. The studio produced animated shows like […]