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PR: Geek & Sundry, Raindance and Jack And Dean latest additions to MCM London Comic Con’s Vidfest line-up.

by Grant Whiteon April 28, 2014
MCM LONDON COMIC CON – EXCEL LONDON – 23-25 MAY Geek & Sundry, Raindance and Jack And Dean among latest additions to Vidfest line-up. With only a month to go until MCM London Comic Con, it’s time to announce yet another wave of awesome online video creators attending the show’s VidfestUK 2014. Über popular YouTube […]
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PR: Explore the East at MCM London Comic Con; JapanEx expands and rebrands as PopAsia

by Grant Whiteon April 28, 2014
MCM LONDON COMIC CON – EXCEL LONDON – 23-25 MAY Explore the East at MCM London Comic Con; JapanEx expands and rebrands as PopAsia MCM London Comic Con’s popular ‘JapanEx’ area will be rebranding as ‘PopAsia’ from next month’s show, focusing not only on Japan but expanding to include the whole of Asia. While the […]

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Bob’s Burgers – The Kids Run Away – Season 4, Episode 19

by Alex Beanon April 28, 2014
Synopsis: A routine visit to the dentist is fine for most of the Belcher family but a nightmare for Louise – especially when she finds out she has a cavity that needs to be filled – and she reacts to the news by running away. Details: A routine trip to the dentist – Dr. Yap […]

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Review: “Noah’s Ark” Floats, “Birds of Paradise” Sinks

by Ed Liuon April 25, 2014
The phenomenon of direct-to-video films with a suspicious resemblance to other popular movies in theaters isn’t new, and the results are not known for high quality. Shout! Factory’s Noah’s Ark and Lionsgate’s Birds of Paradise are both foreign imports, released direct-to-DVD at or close to big, similar theatrical releases, but only one of them manages […]


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Warner Bros Animation Cashes In On Register

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
Warner Bros Animation promoted their executive vice president, Sam Register, to president of the company’s historically significant animation division as well as putting him in charge of a newly created live-action digital division. Register spent 10 years at Cartoon Network where he created “Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi” before joining Warner Bros Animation in 2007 […]