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The Road So Far - The Amazing World Of Gumball

It feels like only yesterday that I first discovered The Amazing World Of Gumball, yet nearly two years have passed since then and I have watched every single episode since the premiere back in May.  At the time of this writing, exactly half of the first season’s episodes have aired.  I figured it was a […]

"Casshern Sins" Complete Series: Repenting Won't Save This Soul

When FUNimation first started marketing Casshern Sins, I thought the series looked rather neat. The animation had a simple, charming feel while the humanoid robot premise reminded me of Cyborg 009, a series I nostalgically enjoyed. But as a story that depends largely on its characters, Casshern Sins falls short due to those characters’ inability […]

Marvel Animation Age Interviews Brandon Auman on "Iron Man: Armored Adventures"

The Marvel Animation Age has interviewed Iron Man: Armored Adventures Story Editor Brandon Auman on the “Armor Wars” story arc that kicks off today, Wednesday, August 10, 2011, at 8:30 PM on Nicktoons Network. Among other topics, Auman discusses the challenges of adapting such a well-known comic book story, which version of the story will […]

New Clips & Stills from Upcoming "ThunderCats" Episode "Song of the Petalars"

Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network have released the following videos and stills from “Song of the Petalars,” the next new episode of ThunderCats premiering on Friday, August 12, 2011, at 8:30 PM (ET/PT)/7:30 PM (CT): Click on any of the screenshots below to view full-size: PLOT SYNOPSIS: On the run from the unstoppable lizard […]

"The Smurfs: A Magical Smurf Adventure" Could Be a Lot Smurfing Better

The Smurfs: A Magical Smurf Adventure, which is being released to ride the PR push for the live-action/CGI Smurfs movie, provides a decent cross-section of the iconic 1980s cartoon. Despite its title, there is no single narrative or strong tie between any of the ten episodes provided across the 2 discs in the set, all […]

SDCC2011: "Transformers Prime" Roundtable Interviews

(l to r) Bob Orci, Jeff Kline, and Therese Trujillo While at the San Diego Comic-Con, Toonzone was able to catch up with the creative minds behind Transformers Prime. The production crew revealed a montage of clips for the show’s first season plus a special teaser for the multi-part season finale to broadcast soon. The […]

"ThunderCats": The Cat's Meow

Never judge a new series by its first episode, a certain television producer once cautioned me. Remember, the people making it are still feeling their way, trying to get the kinks worked out. It’s a newborn baby, and those things are always kind of ugly. Malicious soul that I am, I’m tempted to scrupulously adhere […]

Toonzone Goes to San Diego Comic-Con 2011

It’s here! San Diego Comic-Con International 2011 is underway now, and Toonzone News reporters Jeffrey Harris (TheVileOne), Christopher Glennon (90′sCartoonMan), and Revelator are on the scene! Check back here periodically throughout the weekend for San Diego Comic Con 2011-related news and updates, and you can always search the news for “SDCC2011″ for all our San […]

SDCC2011: Toonzone Interviews the New "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" Creative Team

In 2012, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be returning to television with a brand new, computer generated series. Nickelodeon recently purchased the franchise, beginning work on this new show almost immediately. During the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con at a special Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles unveilling event at the Urban Kitchen + Bar in San […]

SDCC2011: Toonzone Interviews Voice Actor Kevin Michael Richardson

Photo by Gage Skidmore via Wikimedia Commons While at the San Diego Comic-Con, Toonzone was able to catch up with animation voice over veteran, Kevin Michael Richardson. The long-time actor can currently be heard as Bulkhead on Transformers: Prime, Jabba the Hutt on Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Cleveland Junior on The Cleveland Show. […]

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