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Thunderbirds Are Go

Review: “Thunderbirds Are Go” is a Retro Rocket

by Ed Liuon April 15, 2016
Thunderbirds Are Go is a revival of the classic 1960’s British TV series, with the marionettes and some of the models replaced with CGI, and some of the social sensibilities updated for a more modern era. Other than that, it is the same show I remember being inordinately enamored of when I could catch it […]
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PR: Dreamworks’ “Noddy, Toyland Detective” Launches In UK 18th April on Channel 5

by Grant Whiteon April 13, 2016
London, April 13th, 2016 – Noddy, Toyland Detective, a brand new series from DreamWorks Animation, will have its UK premiere on Channel 5’s Milkshake on Monday, 18th April at 7:50 am.  Featuring Toyland’s most famous resident and co-produced by DreamWorks Animation and Gaumont Animation, the CG-animated series will air on Milkshake every weekday at 7:50 […]

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“Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle” Coming to DVD

by Dan Collinson April 12, 2016
Tvshowsondvd.com reports that Warner Bros. is bringing Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle: Season 1 to DVD. The 1976 animated TV series is based on the classic series of books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, it chronicles the legendary Ape Man and his pet monkey N’kima in adventures throughout the jungle. Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle was […]
And What Has Become Of AJ In Archer?

And What Has Become Of AJ In Archer?

by Alex Beanon April 11, 2016
“Archer” is two episodes old in its seventh season and – in typical Archer fashion – there has been little to no mention at the newly created Figgis Agency of little AJ [the result of Archer and Lana’s genetic meshing]. But rest assured, Abbiejean Kane-Archer will be the subject [at least partially] of this week’s […]

Black Lagoon

Review: “Black Lagoon Complete Series Blu-ray” – Anime Painted Black

by macattackon April 8, 2016
Black Lagoon is one of those rare anime series that is more popular on American shores than in its native Japan. Over the years, there have been a lot of debates as to why Black Lagoon is one of the rare shows to join the small pantheon of anime like Cowboy Bebop and Trigun that have […]

"Adventure Time: Finn the Human" Clips Conquer Cuteness but Fumble the Red Throne

Jeremy Shada, Voice Of Finn the Human, To Attend MCM London Comic Con This May

by Grant Whiteon April 6, 2016
MCM London! Come on, grab your friends. We’ll take the DLR to the ExCel. With Jeremy Shada, voice of Finn the Human, the fun will never end. It’s MCM London! Indeed Jeremy Shada, famed for his portrayal of the lead character in Cartoon Network’s smash hit series Adventure Time, will be a guest on the […]
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Adult Swim Launches #wrongbutright To Promote Spotify Content In UK, Germany & Sweden

by Grant Whiteon April 6, 2016
Turner International have launched a new social media led campaign to promote their Adult Swim shows within the United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany. Using the hashtag #wrongbutright, the campaign will promote the availability in these territories of free Adult Swim episodes and clips on Spotify via content on platforms including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, SnapChat and […]

Kabaneri

Amazon to Stream “Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress” Starting April 7, 2016

by Ed Liuon April 6, 2016
Beginning April 7, 2016, Prime Video customers in the United States, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom will have unlimited streaming of Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress. Amazon will stream Fuji TV’s popular “noitaminA” anime programming exclusively for Prime Video customers. Amazon’s first global, the upcoming series will also be the first Japanese programming made […]