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Dora Voice Actress Sues Nickelodeon

by Dan Collinson October 8, 2010
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Caitlin Sanchez, the 14-year-old who was the voice of Nickelodeon’s hit pre-school series Dora The Explorer is suing the network, and parent companies MTV Networks and Viacom. The teenage actress stated that she and her parents were forced to sign an “unconscionable” contract by Nickelodeon without the advice of an […]

New Clips and Stills from "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" Ep "The Last Patrol"

by Ed Liuon October 7, 2010
Toonzone News is proud to present the following video clips from “The Last Patrol,” the upcoming new episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold premiering on Friday, October 8, 2010, at 7:30 PM (Eastern/Pacific) on Cartoon Network. Click on any of the screenshots below to view in full high-definition resolution:

New Clips and Stills from "The Secret Serum" Episode of "Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc."

by Ed Liuon October 7, 2010
Toonzone News is proud to present the following video clips and stills from “The Secret Serum,” the upcoming new episode of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, premiering on Monday, October 11, 2010, at 7:00 PM (Eastern/Pacific) on Cartoon Network. Synopsis There’s a vampire loose in the town, terrorizing the residents and stealing an odd assortment of loot. […]

New Video Clip from "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" Episode "Corruption"

by Ed Liuon October 7, 2010
Lucasfilm and Cartoon Network have released the following video clip from “Corruption,” the next episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars premiering on Friday, October 8, 2010, at 9:00 PM (Eastern/Pacific) on Cartoon Network: The full press release follows, including a screenshot from the episode and commentary by supervising director Dave Filoni on the character […]

Nick's Christmas in October with Dora, Olivia, & the Backyardigans

by Ed Liuon October 6, 2010
It seems that Christmas decorations are hitting retail stores earlier and earlier every year, which is the only possible explanation for the trio of Christmas-themed DVDs from Nickelodeon all being released on the same day. If they’re all at least two months too early, at least they’re all reasonably worthwhile. If most Dora the Explorer […]

"He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown" and It's Your Money, Peanuts Fans

by Ed Liuon October 5, 2010
When I reviewed the Peanuts 1960’s Collection, I guessed that several of the episodes on the set were not popular enough (or, frankly, good enough) to warrant a full-fledged standalone DVD release, and that the collection would be the only way to get these specials. Well, Warner Home Video has proven me wrong on at […]

Toonzone Interviews James Tucker and Michael Jelenic on "The Siege of Starro!"

by Ed Liuon September 24, 2010
Talking with James Tucker and Michael Jelenic about Batman: The Brave and the Bold is almost as much fun as watching the show. Toonzone News was able to chat with Jelenic and Tucker over the phone to try and pump as much information as we could in 15 minutes about Season 2’s two-part epic “The […]

"Dora's Slumber Party": The Cradle Will Fall. Please!

by Maxie Zeuson September 22, 2010
Hola! Soy Maxie Zeus! It’s my turn today to review one of the Dora the Explorer DVDs that Nickelodeon insists on thoughtfully providing to us here at toonzone! Do you know what that means? That’s right! Donde esta mi tequila?! So the little senorita and her monkey flunkey are back this time in Dora’s Slumber […]

Group Asks FCC to Block Nickelodeon/Sketchers Show "Zevo-3"

by Ed Liuon September 20, 2010
The Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood has filed a request with the FCC to block the upcoming animated series Zevo-3 on the grounds that it violates the requirement that “no cable TV operator shall air more than 12 minutes of commercial matter per hour during children’s programming,” as well as violating FCC standards for […]

Toonzone Interviews Genndy Tartakovsky on "Sym-Bionic Titan"

by Ed Liuon September 17, 2010
The first major heyday of Cartoon Network came from a raft of new, original programming created by a batch of young up-and-coming artists. One of them was Genndy Tartakovsky, a Russian immigrant who came to the United States at the age of 7, studying film in Chicago at Columbia College and then animation at the […]