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"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and "Secret Saturdays" Debut on October 3, 2008

Cartoon Network has announced that Star Wars: The Clone Wars and The Secret Saturdays will debut on Friday, October 3, 2008, at 8:00 PM (Eastern/Pacific), alongside Ben 10: Alien Force. The debut Friday will feature an hour of The Secret Saturdays and Star Wars: The Clone Wars, with subsequent weeks filled by one episode of […]

Dragon*Con08 Day 2: Aqua Squid Venture Brothers

More news tidbits on [adult swim] programming, direct to you from Atlanta’s Dragon*Con 2008. (Truthfully, I’m typing this direct from my house which is 45 minutes from the con, but anyway…) And again I must caution that there be some minor dragon spoilers so please read at your own risk. The Aqua Teen Hunger Force […]

Dragon*Con08: [Adult Swim] Panel Highlights

In what was the most unashamedly satiric discussion panel [adult swim] has likely ever hosted at a convention, the [as] crew arrived for their first-ever “Dragon Panel” in dragon hats, kabuki makeup, and a leotard with a codpiece. And they each had fantasy dragon personas which included names such as Lyle Knightbreath (Dana Snyder), Mjorghen-Hammer, […]

Family Guy Event at LA's Paley Center in October

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane and members of the show’s writing staff will be hosting an event at The Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles on October 16th, 2008 for a panel discussion of “what goes into the making of their brashly subversive and remarkably resilient hit.” For ticket info as well as an […]

"Transformers Animated" Season One is "Teen Titans" for the Giant Robot Set

Teen Titans changed all the rules. Before Teen Titans debuted in 2003, American superhero cartoons were either played completely straight or completely silly. Teen Titans rejected this dichotomy, keeping one foot firmly in each camp. As a result, the show could encompass villains as diverse as the ludicrous Mad Mod and the sinister Slade, and […]

Financial Times on Possible "Dora the Explorer" Makeover

The Financial Times discusses possibilities for additional Dora the Explorer projects and merchandise aimed at expanding the bilingual character’s audience to older children. While Nickelodeon did not comment on specific changes, they did acknowledge that they are “eager to find ways to retain Dora’s pre-school fans as they mature,” especially in the face of increased […]

Toon Zone Interviews Voice Actor Hynden Walch: Alien Girls and Killer Clowns

It was a very pleasant discovery to find that voice actor Hynden Walch is as delightfully energetic, outgoing, and endearing as many of the charcters she provides voices for. She may be best known as Starfire on Teen Titans, but in her 10 years in the voice acting business, she has provided voices for projects […]

"G.I. Joe DVD Battle Packs:" Return of the Real American Heroes

There aren’t going to be many American kids who grew up in the 1980′s who don’t remember G.I. Joe. My personal recollections of them (when I was but a young, impressionable lad of 14) mostly center on making fun of it with classmates for the characters’ astonishingly poor marksmanship and the bogus “Knowing is Half […]

New Voices for Nickelodeon's "Dora"

Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer will be launching its next season with an entirely new voice cast, according to the New York Daily News. Dora herself will be voiced by 12-year old Caitlin Sanchez, who will be taking over from Kathleen Herles. The new season will begin on September 15, 2008, at 10:30 AM (Eastern).

"Who Bob What Pants": New SpongeBob Special Coming to DVD

A new SpongeBob direct-to-video movie is coming soon. Entitled “Who Bob What Pants”, the 74 minute film will debut on DVD on 10/14/08 for $16.99. It concerns SpongeBob leaving Bikini Bottom, getting amnesia, and becoming the ruler of another town; SpongeBob’s friends set out to bring him back, even though he doesn’t remember who they […]

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