Toons
-
LATEST ARTICLES
 

Adam Reed on How Spanish Women Led to FX’s “Archer”

by Ed Liuon May 14, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter has spoken with several creators of the FX Network’s top shows to commemorate the network’s 20th anniversary. Archer creator Adam Reed discusses how a trip to Spain while he was in-between shows led to the creation of Archer. Reed planned to walk the 1,000-kilometer Via de la Plata, which runs south-to-north from […]

PR: “Sofia the First: The Enchanted Feast” Out August 5, 2014

by Ed Liuon May 14, 2014
Join Sofia and Her Friends in More Magical Adventures! SOFIA THE FIRST: THE ENCHANTED FEAST Bring Home on Disney DVD August 5th, 2014 Features a Special Appearance by Snow White! Plus Four Additional Episodes and a FREE Enchanted Mirror! Synopsis:                                 The wicked fairy, Miss Nettle, disguises herself as a powerful sorceress and attempts to steal […]

Postman Pat Set To Deliver Movie Debut In UK Next Week

by Alex Beanon May 14, 2014
“Postman Pat: The Movie”, the movie based on the popular British children’s television series, is set to debut next week in the UK and Ireland (release date May 23, 2014) voice-starring Stephen Mangan in the tile role and former “Doctor Who” David Tennant.

Spotlight On Looney Tunes – But Not If You Have The Golden Collection

by Alex Beanon May 14, 2014
This week, Warner Bros released the Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Volume 8 – a DVD of its cartoons from the classic 1940s-60s era. However, if you already possess the previously released Golden Collection DVD’s, then you will already have seen these. The two-disc breakdown of what is on the newly released Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection […]

Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today Trailer

by Alex Beanon May 14, 2014
“Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today” has been released on DVD this week and here is the trailer to check out before you plunk down the loot…

Review: “Blood-C: The Last Dark” – All Apologies For A Beautiful Disaster

by macattackon May 14, 2014
WARNING: Spoilers for the original Blood-C anime series are sprinkled liberally throughout the review below. The ending of Blood-C left things in uncertainty. Only three characters with dialogue survived in the end: Saya, Fumito, and Fuka, along with a mysterious talking dog). Everyone else was gruesomely slaughtered in one of the most brutal massacres in […]

How Will Vinton Created and Lost Claymation

by Ed Liuon May 13, 2014
The Priceonomics weblog has posted a feature article on how famed stop-motion animator Will Vinton built up and then lost a major animation studio, popularizing “Claymation” as a medium for advertising, TV, and feature film before a series of unexpected events resulted in his ouster and the sale of the company to Nike co-founder Phil […]

Casey Kasem in 2003

Shaggy Voice Actor Casey Kasem Reported Missing

by Dan Collinson May 13, 2014
Fox News reports that a judge ordered an investigation on Monday on the whereabouts of former radio personality Casey Kasem after his wife’s attorney said that he left the country. The court order is the latest news in an ongoing family dispute. The man who was best known for hosting the original American Top 40 […]

The Legend Of Korra, Book 3 Imminent

by Alex Beanon May 12, 2014
There is no official announcement yet – expect that to come at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego in July 2014 – but the animation studio Studio Mir behind “The Legend of Korra” says their animation work for Book 3 is finished, and now it is all up to Nickelodeon to announce when that […]