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Shout! Factory Announces "G.I. Joe" Season 1.1 Specs, Complete Series Collector's Set

Shout! Factory has released details for the upcoming G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Season 1.1 boxed set, scheduled for release on July 21, 2009. The 4-disc set will contain the first 22 episodes of the show, including the first three 5-episode mini-series “The M.A.S.S. Device,” “The Revenge of Cobra,” and “The Pyramid of Darkness.” […]

"Batman: Brave & the Bold" Clips & Stills from "Legends of the Dark Mite!"

Toon Zone News is proud to present the following video clips and stills from “Legends of the Dark Mite!”, the upcoming new episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold debuting on Friday, March 29, 2009, at 8:30 PM (Eastern/Pacific) on Cartoon Network. Click on any of the screenshots below to view in full high-definition […]

Nicktoons Renews "Wolverine and the X-Men"; New S1 Eps Resume May 22, 2009

Nicktoons Network has renewed Wolverine and the X-Men, acquiring the next 26 episodes of the series after it helped garner the network’s highest April ratings in its history. New episodes of the first season of the show will resume on May 22, 2009, at 8:00 PM (Eastern). The second season of the show was greenlit […]

'Battle for Terra' Director Interviewed

Sanluisobispo.com interviews Aristomenis Tsirbas, director of the 3D animated sci-fi/action-adventure feature film Battle for Terra which opened in theaters this weekend. Tsirbas discusses how the script changed over the last 15 years, why he wanted to make the movie in 3D from day one, and how he managed to cast Brian Cox and Evan Rachel […]

Newsarama Speaks with Craig McCracken on the End of "Foster's"

Newsarama’s Animated Shorts interviews the creator of Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends, Craig McCracken. McCracken touches on the struggle to keep the show original, his personal attachment to Foster’s, Cartoonstitute, and his plans for the future.

"Iron Man: Armored Adventures" Premiere Strikes the Iron Hot!

The April 24th premiere of Iron Man: Armored Adventures–based upon the popular comic book character of the same name–scored Nicktoons Network its highest original series premiere ever with boys 6-11, averaging about 125,000 viewers in said demographic. The Nicktoons Network homepage also scored in the six digit range with 239,000 visitors (+389% versus last year) […]

"The Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie": Friz Had to Pay the Bills, Too

When I was a wee lad of 10 or 11, I remember bugging my mother to take my older brother and me to see The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie in theaters. As I recall, we were rebuffed because my mother didn’t see the point of ponying up money and time to see something […]

"Iron Man: Armored Adventures" Survives the Move to High-School

With super-powers derived from his high-tech exoskeleton, Marvel Comics’ Iron Man is one of the ultimate wish-fulfillment superheroes. It might require Tony Stark’s technical brilliance and multi-billion dollar war chest to build the suit of armor, but if you accept that the armor exists, anybody who puts it on can be Iron Man. It almost […]

MoCCA to Host "Chuck Jones: Memories of Childhood" Screening April 23, 2009

On Thursday, April 23, 2009, the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) in New York City will be hosting a screening of the documentary Chuck Jones: Memories of Childhood. The film by John Canemaker and Peggy Stern was one of the last filmed interviews with Jones before his passing in 2002, and also features […]

"Baccano!" Vols. 1 & 2: One Noisy, Bloody, Confusing, and Entertaining Ruckus

The new anime series Baccano! feels like the bizarre love child of Miller’s Crossing and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, with an added touch of seriously weird humor. Set in 1930’s-era America at the height of the Great Depression and supposedly inspired by the feature film version of The Untouchables, Baccano! is a gangster story with […]

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