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Broom-Hilda Set To Become Movie…Maybe

Broom-Hilda Set To Become Movie…Maybe

by Alex Beanon June 22, 2016
The 1970s-era comic strip “Broom-Hilda”, created by cartoonist Russell Myers, is set to possibly become a movie after having its rights purchased by “Tales From the Crypt” series/movie producers, Gilbert Adler and Jason Rosenberg. “Broom-Hilda” has already received the television treatment from Filmation’s Fabulous Funnies series, as seen in this episode of “Flying High”, voiced […]
Archer Passes The Turing Test – FX Renews For Three More Seasons

Archer Passes The Turing Test – FX Renews For Three More Seasons

by Alex Beanon June 21, 2016
It is official – FX has renewed Archer for three more seasons – so that will give them plenty of time to clear up that minor technicality of Archer apparently being dead at the conclusion of the seventh season earlier this month. While Archer enjoyed a 10-episode season this year, the next three seasons – […]

DreamWorks Dragons Race to the Edge

Exclusive “DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge” Artwork – New Episodes Coming June 24, 2016

by Ed Liuon June 21, 2016
The dracologists of DreamWorks Animation Television and Netflix have released several exclusive images of a newly discovered species of dragon they have dubbed the “Triple Stryke.” The dragon, and many more newly discovered species, will be revealed when the third season of DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge begins on Netflix starting June 24, 2016. […]
Steven Universe Alone Together

Why ‘Steven Universe’ Is The Anti-SJW Show

by Grant Whiteon June 21, 2016
Steven Universe is one of the current hits of the Cartoon Network schedule. Created by Rebecca Sugar, formerly of CN sibling hit Adventure Time, the show focuses on the titular lad as he grows up in the seaside American town of Beach City. Steven happens to be a hybrid, with his father, Greg Universe, being […]

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A New Animated Ghostbusters Show Is In The Works

by Peter Paltridgeon June 21, 2016
People have been asking if the attempted revival of the Ghostbusters franchise through the Paul Feig movie could possibly mean a new cartoon show as well. After all, if we have Ecto-Cooler back, why not go all the way? You should be happy to hear a new Ghostbusters animated series was, in fact, announced today! […]
Disney Lets Moana’s First Trailer Loose

Disney Lets Moana’s First Trailer Loose

by Peter Paltridgeon June 20, 2016
If you saw Finding Dory this weekend, then you also saw Disney’s very first trailer for their next animated feature, Moana. (You probably also saw the fifteen billionth appearance of the Secret Life of Pets trailer….if I have to watch that headbanging poodle ONE MORE TIME…but I digress.) Check out Maui! He’s got a giant […]

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George Takei To Voice New Character in “Teeny Titans” Game

by Grant Whiteon June 20, 2016
Oh my! George Takei, famous for playing Sulu in the Star Trek franchise and his work for promoting gay rights, will be appearing as a brand new character in Cartoon Network’s new app game Teeny Titans. Based on the Teen Titans Go! animated series, Robin has become addicted to a new figure based collectable battling […]
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“Rusty Rivets” to Premiere on NIckelodeon on August 22, 2016

by Ed Liuon June 20, 2016
IMAGINATIONS RUN WILD IN RUSTY RIVETS, NICKELODEON’S INVENTIVE NEW PRESCHOOL SERIES, PREMIERING MONDAY, AUG. 22, AT 7:30 P.M. (ET/PT) New Series Debut Follows Brand-New PAW Patrol Primetime Special, “All-Star Pups,” Premiering 7:00 p.m. (ET/PT) NEW YORK–June 17, 2016– There’s always a big adventure in Nickelodeon’s brand-new animated preschool series, Rusty Rivets, premiering Monday, Aug. 22, […]

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“Finding Dory” Breaks Records with $136M Opening Weekend

by Ed Liuon June 20, 2016
Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory conquered the box office in its premiere weekend, taking in an estimated $136.1 million in ticket sales domestically, dwarfing its nearest competition (Warner Bros. comedy Central Intelligence starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart, which took in an estimated $34.5 million). The total broke several box office records for an animated […]
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20th Century Fox Bringing Everything And The Kitchen Sink To 2016 Comic-Con In San Diego

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2016
20th Century Fox Television is leaving no stone unturned for this year’s Comic-Con outing in San Diego next month – the studio is bringing a good chunk of its network’s shows to the annual gathering – and not just the animated series. Among the live-action television series the network is bringing to San Diego are […]