The Press-Enterprise has profiled Stu Krieger, an assistant professor at UC Riverside and the head writer for Toot & Puddle, an animated series on Noggin based on the children’s books by Holly and Douglas Hobie. The article discusses Krieger’s long history in television writing stretching back to Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories and the original Land […]
The premiere to Transformers Animated was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2008—a fast, fun, and fascinating bit of lightweight fluff that updated the venerable robot toys for a new generation of kids. The first 13-episodes of the show kept up the pace, slipping only a bit with a few weaker plots and characters. […]
As Sasami Magical Girls Club returns for its second season, Sasami and her friends have returned from the world of the witches. They’re still in the same grade, still using their magic powers for good (and a certain amount of mischief), and still have their nurse Washu along to teach them how to use their […]
Robot Chicken co-creators Seth Green and Matt Senreich will be special guests at the 2009 New York Comic Con, which will be held from February 6-8, 2009 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. The pair will host a dedicated Robot Chicken panel which will be followed by an autograph session. […]
Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has spoken with Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis, co-creators of Adult Swim’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The pair discuss Carl, New Jersey, the live-action casting call for Carl, the well-known actors they think could play Carl, and the new DVD set which contains four bonus episodes of the show.
Nickelodeon has announced that the Dora the Explorer special episode “Dora Saves Three Kings Day” will premiere on the main Nickelodeon channel on January 6, 2009, at 8:00 PM (Eastern/Pacific). In the special, Nick’s reigning pre-school cartoon character will teach viewers about the cultural holiday of Three Kings Day (also known as El Dia de […]
A while back, when I reviewed Coyote Ragtime Show‘s first volume, I expressed annoyance about the numerous sources who said the series sucked. It left me feeling like a cretin, since I enjoyed the first four episodes. Well, ultimately, I find that “they” were right. Despite a promising start, the rest of the show doesn’t […]
The Marvel Animation Age is reporting that The Spectacular Spider-Man will be moving from the KidsWB block on the CW network to Disney’s new Disney XD network, with the second season expected to premiere in March 2009. It is also expected that the first season will be run on Disney XD as well. MAA also […]