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The Spectacular Spider-Man's Sophomore Season Swings In

After far too many months of holding our collective breaths regarding the fate of Marvel’s latest animated hit series, fans of The Spectacular Spider-Man can finally breathe easy. The show premiered early in 2008 on Kids WB, which morphed into the untested animation block, the CW 4 Kids. They aired a full season, but the […]

Marvel Animation Age Talks with Greg Weisman on "Spectacular Spider-Man" Season 2

In advance of its season 2 premiere, the Marvel Animation Age has posted two interviews with Greg Weisman, supervising producer and story editor for The Spectacular Spider-Man. In the first interview, Weisman discusses what to expect in season 2, his feelings about the show airing outside US markets and the potential for video piracy, the […]

Titmouse Animation Running Contest for "7200 Frames" TV Show

Titmouse Animation is offering aspiring animators a chance to pitch their ideas for a short animated film as part of an upcoming TV show called 7200 Frames. Interested animators can submit links to a YouTube video (including footage of the animator describing the film) to subanimate@gmail.com. The deadline for submission is July 3, 2009 (although […]

"The Transformers" Complete First Season: How Did a Show This Bad Launch a Franchise?

For fans of the Transformers, the famous robots in disguise, the newly released DVD set of the original TV show’s first season is a cause for celebration. The Transformers has been unavailable on home video since the original DVD release from Rhino went out of print, and knowing that the ever-reliable Shout! Factory had acquired […]

New Episodes of "Futurama" Coming to Comedy Central

Taking a play off Family Guy’s playbook, The Hollywood Reporter reports that Comedy Central is ordering 26 episodes of Futurama to be aired in mid-2010. The new episodes will pick up after the 4th DTV movie, Into the Wild Green Yonder left off. As with Family Guy, 20th Century Fox Television has the right to […]

Walt Disney Animation Collection, Vols. 1, 5 & 6: Classic Shorts on a Budget

Many of Disney’s short animated films are classics of the medium, but Disney has, at best, had an inconsistent attitude about releasing them to home video. Some have been released in the collector-oriented Treasures tin boxes or as bonus features with full-length movies, but shorts-only releases have been a bit harder to come by. Disney […]

"Saturday Morning Cartoons, The 70s": Won't Someone Think of the Children?!

Are you a fan of Scooby Doo? Are you such fan of Scooby Doo that you’d delight in cheap, cynical, carbon-copy knock-offs of that famous mystery-solving mutt? If your answer to both questions is “Yes,” then boy do I have a DVD set for you! Otherwise, suffice it to say that Saturday Morning Cartoons: 1970s […]

More "Up" Interviews Around the Web

Several new interviews about Disney/Pixar’s Up have hit the Internet in the wake of the movie’s successful debut weekend: Up writer, co-director, and voice of Dug the dog Bob Peterson spoke briefly with the Washington Post about the movie, the creative environment at Pixar, and moving from a daily comic strip writer/artist in college to […]

Hollywood Reporter Posts Q&A with "King of the Hill" Mike Judge

The Hollywood Reporter has posted a Q&A session with Mike Judge, where he discusses the end of the Fox animated sitcom King of the Hill, his bachelor’s degree in physics and how it affected his animation, his “everyman” characters in his live-action and animated projects, and whether he sees his 2006 movie Idiocracy coming true.

"A Bug's Life" Blu-ray: Little Ants, Big Movie

Oddly enough, I never saw A Bug’s Life in theaters back in 1998, opting for DreamWorks’ “ant” movie instead. Eventually, I saw it on home video, and at the time I liked it, but obviously I had no other Pixar film to compare it to other than Toy Story. I didn’t realize that much better […]

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