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SDCC 2016: eBay Declares Star Wars “Biggest Fandom” Of The Last 10 Years

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
If you were trying to measure the fanbases of popular properties by the amount of fervor fans have for them, how would you go about it? eBay thinks they have the tools to make such a judgment in the form of their sales statistics. They took the occasion of SDCC 2016 to publish their findings […]
Comic-Conan Day 1: Silicon Valley, Thor’s Hammer And More

Comic-Conan Day 1: Silicon Valley, Thor’s Hammer And More

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
No one embraces Comic-Con madness more than the Flaming C himself, Conan O’Brien. All this week Conan will be interviewing guests and performing themed acts straight from SDCC. The festivities started last night with the cast of Silicon Valley – Thomas Middleditch, Kumail Nanjiani, Amanda Crew, & Zach Woods. If you missed any of it, […]

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SDCC 2016: Dark Horse Reveals New Game Of Thrones Figure

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Today at SDCC Dark Horse revealed the latest in their long line of Game of Thrones collectible figurines. If you don’t recognize it at first, keep in mind all the big ones have already been done. This is a Son of the Harpy, aka the movement in the city of Meereen that sought to reverse […]
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SDCC 2016: Revelations from The Justice League Action Panel

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
This fall, for the first time in what feels like ages, Cartoon Network will be broadcasting costumed superheroes who don’t spend all their time goofing off and saying “Waffles.” Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and all the other iconic supers are back in Justice League Action, the latest effort from DC and WB Animation. The Justice […]

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SDCC 2016: First Look At Amazon’s Take On The Tick

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Back when Amazon.com announced it wanted to get into the streaming channel business, one of the original shows it proposed was The Tick. Not the cartoon, but a live-action Tick. And not THAT live-action Tick, but a different one. Today we got our first big hint at what the third attempt to bring The Tick […]
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Review: “Rage of Bahamut: Genesis” is the Ultimate Fantasy Love Letter

by macattackon July 21, 2016
This series should have failed. Rage of Bahamut: Genesis is based on a mobile social card game that has been a fairly sizable hit in Japan, but barely penetrated US shores and obtained mediocre-to-bad critical reviews. The success in its native country guaranteed an anime tie-in to further promote the >Rage of Bahamut: Genesis also […]

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Walking Dead Creator Adapting Chronicles of Amber into TV Series

by Eileen Cruzon July 20, 2016
Chronicles of Amber is being adapted for television by The Walking Dead creator, Robert Kirkman and Skybound Entertainment’s David Alpert. The series is cited as the inspiration for George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones. The Chronicles of Amber is a series of ten fantasy novels written by Roger Zelazny. They were released between 1970 and […]
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SDCC 2016: Teaser Art For The Return Of DuckTales

by Peter Paltridgeon July 20, 2016
We expect to hear a lot more about the upcoming return of DuckTales during San Diego Comic-Con, but there’s a bit out already. The official D23 website published a new piece of promotional art this morning featuring Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby and Donald….inside a silhouette of you-know-who. D123 also tells us the series’ executive producer […]

SDCC2015: The CW Presents A New Superhero Cartoon, "Vixen"

“Vixen” Season 2 to Host Guest Stars from “Arrow,” “Flash,” and “Legends of Tomorrow”

by Ed Liuon July 20, 2016
The San Diego Comic-Con 2016 edition of TV Guide reports that several guest stars are on their way to the animated series Vixen for its second season. The report states that Arrow star Stephen Amell and Flash star Grant Gustin will reprise their roles as Green Arrow and the Flash, respectively, but they will be […]
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Toonzone Interviews Composer Tony Morales on Working on “Elena of Avalor”

by Christopher Glennonon July 20, 2016
Emmy nominated composer Tony Morales began his career as staff composer within the commercial music division of Hans Zimmer’s Media Ventures in 1998.  He has he has gone on to compose numerous scores for film and television including the 2015 Netflix series Bloodline (co-composed with Edward Rogers), In Your Eyes (written by Joss Whedon), the short […]