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Review: “Green Lantern: The Animated Series” Blu-ray Shines Bright

by Todd DuBoison April 9, 2014
Green Lantern: The Animated Series is far from the first time DC’s legion of intergalactic cops has come to life in animation, but it is most definitely the best. This is a series that mixes established lore with its own originality to present its subject in a way that can satisfy committed fans and entertain newcomers. […]
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Archer Vice – Palace Intrigue, Part II – Season 5, Episode 11

by Alex Beanon April 8, 2014
Synopsis: The artists formerly known as ISIS are still trapped in the palace of Senor Presidente, Gustavo Calderon in the Central American country of San Marcos but finally figure a way out – sorta. Details: Archer begins the episode by intentionally shooting Cyril – surprise! – but only because he knows Cyril always wears a […]

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Pokemon’s 17th Movie Inches Closer To Release In USA

by Alex Beanon April 7, 2014
The 17th movie in the Pokemon franchise – “Pokemon XY The Movie: The Cocoon of Destruction and Diancie” will officially have it release in Japan on July 19, 2014 but rights to the movie’s characters have been made available for the North American market and that typically means a North American release date is imminent. […]
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Bob’s Burgers – I Get Psychic Out Of You – Season 4, Episode 16

by Alex Beanon April 7, 2014
Synopsis: Linda feels she is psychic after she predicts a pair of predictable events, Bob is skeptical and the kids are on the fence until Uncle Teddy takes them to the horse races to see if Linda’s predicted horse wins the race. Details: Linda believes she has psychic abilities after she predicts Bob has put […]

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Review: “One Piece Strong World” – Rumble in the Jungle

by SB20xxon April 7, 2014
Yes, I’m reviewing anime again. Yes, I’m reviewing One Piece: Strong World. No, I’m not Jacob. No, I haven’t seen the majority of One Piece episodes. But that shouldn’t matter; a movie should be able to stand on its own and not rely on the viewer’s knowledge of the series on which it was based. […]
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Toonzone Interviews Jay Bastian on “The Tom and Jerry Show”

by Ed Liuon April 7, 2014
Jay Bastian’s career in animation started with a lengthy stint at the legendary Hubley Studio, as well as stints as Manager of Development and Acquisitions at Lightyear Entertainment and as a freelance format producer for the Story Channel. In 1998, Bastian moved to Cartoon Network, where he developed and supervised production of a wide variety […]


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Review: “The Pirate Fairy” Charts a Course for Adventure

by Ed Liuon April 4, 2014
While watching Disney’s The Pirate Fairy, it struck me that the Tinker Bell franchise was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic before there was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. They’re films that aim squarely at young girls as their target demographic, but they’re done with so much skill and charm that the boys who […]
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Preview Stills From the April 6th COSMOS Episode ‘Hiding In The Light’

by on April 3, 2014
Here are some “enlightening” preview images from the 5th episode of COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey, which premieres Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET on FOX. Cosmos is a science documentary hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and updated the 1980s PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage presented by Carl Sagan. The series makes extensive use of animation developed and produced […]