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Review: “The Aquabats! Super Show! Season One (UK Edition)” – Earth’s Funniest Heroes

by Grant Whiteon September 27, 2013
Writing a lot of reviews for anime titles means I usually come across stuff that isn’t likely to air on mainstream UK TV. This of course can also hold true outside of anime releases but perhaps even worse is when a show has been picked up but is lesser known. The Aquabats! Super Show! is […]
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Nickelodeon Adds Two New Animated Series

by Alex Beanon September 26, 2013
Nickelodeon added a pair of new original animated series to its lineup with “Bad Seeds” from “SpongeBob SquarePants” writer C.H. Greenblatt about a bird named Harvey and his two friends, Fee and Foo, and “Pig Goat Banana Cricket” about four friends/roommates. Each series will receive 26 episodes. In addition to those, Nickelodeon also gave the […]

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Want Fries With That? Bob’s Burgers Gets Season Five

by Alex Beanon September 26, 2013
Fox television’s animated comedy hit “Bob’s Burgers” was renewed for 22 episodes worth of a fifth season. The show, created by Loren Bouchard [“King of the Hill”], and which follows the travails of burger joint owner Bob [voiced by H. Jon Benjamin of “Archer” fame] and his family was one of only two broadcast comedies […]
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Déjà Vu – It’s Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. On Thursday Too

by Alex Beanon September 25, 2013
The debut of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was so nice that ABC has decided they will play it twice. The pilot episode of MAoS debuted on Tuesday and the ratings numbers were so captivating that ABC got greedy and decided to boot a rerun of “Shark Tank” originally scheduled for Thursday and replace it with […]

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Review: “One Piece Season Four Voyage Five” – Foundering on the Rocks

by on September 25, 2013
At the start of One Piece Season Four Voyage Five, Luffy, Zoro, Nami, and Chopper race after the Puffing Tom sea train that is carrying Robin to Enies Lobby and certain execution. Meanwhile, having stowed away aboard the Puffing Tom before its departure, Sanji frees Usopp and Franky and the trio make their way through […]
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The Legend of Korra – “Civil Wars, Part 1” Episode 15 Recap

by Neo Yion September 24, 2013
With the Northern and Southern Tribes at each other’s necks, Korra must remain neutral in the conflict and resolve the matter before it leads to a civil war. Color me surprised. I was expecting Korra’s issues with her father to be dragged on for a few more episodes, but they resolved the whole thing almost […]

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PR: Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man and The Howling Commandos to Make Halloween History on Disney Channel

by on September 23, 2013
Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man and The Howling Commandos to Make Halloween History on Disney Channel Special Halloween Event Features the Voice Talents of Disney Channel Star Ross Lynch Los Angeles, CA—September 20, 2013 – Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man makes its Disney Channel debut in a special one-hour Halloween event, Saturday, October 5 at 9pm/8c. This brand new prime time animation […]
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PR: Cartoon Network to Air U.S. Premiere of Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened on October 19th

by on September 23, 2013
Cartoon Network to Air U.S. Premiere of Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened on October 19th at 12:30 p.m. (ET, PT) Tune in to Cartoon Network on October 19th at 12:30 p.m. (ET, PT) to watch the debut of Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened, starring the extremely powerful Red Genesect […]

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SyFy Signs Singer For New Creature Feature

by Alex Beanon September 23, 2013
It is not exactly the next “Sharknado” but it does have a creature in it and it is based in a town bordering the Pacific Ocean. SyFy – the cable network responsible for the “Sharknado” craze this summer – has signed director Bryan Singer [“X-Men”] to produce a 90-minute drama pilot called “Creature at Bay”. […]
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Cartoon Network Sets Food Marketing Age Limit

by Alex Beanon September 23, 2013
Cartoon Network announced that they would voluntarily join the Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative by pledging not to license its network show’s characters to food companies unless they meet the CFBAI’s nutritional standards for marketing food to kids under the age of 12. The CFBAI’s nutritional standards decree that food products should have certain […]