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"Space Ghost: Coast to Coast" Vol. 5 Coming to DVD

The fifth volume of the cult animated talk show Space Ghost: Coast to Coast is currently available exclusively at the Adult Swim online store for $15.00. Like vol. 4, it will not be available in stores. Special features include table reads, raw interviews, commentaries, and more. [Source: TVShowsOnDVD.com ]

"Tiny Toon Adventures" Vol. 1: A Worthy Successor to Bugs and the Gang

So I’m about to review Tiny Toon Adventures Vol. 1, a show which has been a favorite of mine since I was seven, and in the back of my mind, a nagging voice is saying to me, “You sure you don’t like it only due to nostalgia? I mean, you have liked it since you […]

"Galaxy Rangers: Collection 2" Saddles Up Successfully and Rides Into The Sunset

The second, and concluding, volume of The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers finally makes its way to DVD, and provides more of the same kind of entertaining episodes and informative extras that the first volume had. “Consolidation” is a theme in the series’ second half, which introduces far fewer new characters and concepts. Instead, it […]

Newsarama Interviews Gary Hartle on Directing "Next Avengers"

Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has interviewed Gary Hartle, director of the upcoming Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow direct-to-video movie. The new movie centers on the children of Marvel’s iconic Avengers and the old threat that they must face down. Hartle discusses how he got the job to direct the DTV, how he approached several of the […]

"WALL-E" on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov 18, 2008

Walt Disney Home Entertainment will release Pixar’s latest movie WALL-E on DVD and Blu-ray disc on November 18, 2008. Details are still emerging, but current reports state that the movie will be available in a three-disc deluxe edition DVD and a two-disc Blu-ray edition (with the second disc believed to be a standard-definition DVD holding […]

Ghibli World Interviews Michel Ocelot

The GhibliWorld.com website has posted a lengthy interview with Michel Ocelot, director of Azur et Asmar and Kirikou and the Sorceress. Among other topics, Ocelot discusses the use of music in his movies and hand-drawn animation vs. CGI, as well as digging into several of his more popular films. (via Nausicaa.net)

"Transformers Animated" Season One is "Teen Titans" for the Giant Robot Set

Teen Titans changed all the rules. Before Teen Titans debuted in 2003, American superhero cartoons were either played completely straight or completely silly. Teen Titans rejected this dichotomy, keeping one foot firmly in each camp. As a result, the show could encompass villains as diverse as the ludicrous Mad Mod and the sinister Slade, and […]

Alan Burnett and Greg Rucka on "Gotham Knight" with Comic Book Resources

Alan Burnett and Greg Rucka have spoken to Comic Book Resources about Batman Gotham Knight, the direct-to-video animated movie which both of them contributed to. Both discuss how they approached their individual segments and also comment on the final product, since neither one was able to see the entire movie until recently

Toon Zone Interviews Voice Actor Hynden Walch: Alien Girls and Killer Clowns

It was a very pleasant discovery to find that voice actor Hynden Walch is as delightfully energetic, outgoing, and endearing as many of the charcters she provides voices for. She may be best known as Starfire on Teen Titans, but in her 10 years in the voice acting business, she has provided voices for projects […]

"G.I. Joe DVD Battle Packs:" Return of the Real American Heroes

There aren’t going to be many American kids who grew up in the 1980′s who don’t remember G.I. Joe. My personal recollections of them (when I was but a young, impressionable lad of 14) mostly center on making fun of it with classmates for the characters’ astonishingly poor marksmanship and the bogus “Knowing is Half […]

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