World’s Finest Interviews Phil Bourassa on Designing "Young Justice"

by Ed Liuon March 5, 2012
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed character designer Phil Bourassa, focusing on his work for the Young Justice TV series, but also touching on some of his other work on DTV movies such as Planet Hulk, Thor: Tales of Asgard, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, and Justice League: Doom. Among other topics, Bourassa discusses […]

Young Justice – “Misplaced” Recap

by Todd DuBoison March 2, 2012
When every adult on the planet disappears, only the team, Zatanna and Billy Batson are left to defeat the five most powerful sorcerers on Earth. “Misplaced” is an exemplary demonstration of the multifaceted writing that has helped Young Justice to excel compared to its peers. The story here advances several aspects of the overarching plot […]

World’s Finest Interviews "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" Producer Giancarlo Volpe

by Ed Liuon March 2, 2012
The World’s Finest Online has interviewed Giancarlo Volpe, producer of Green Lantern: The Animated Series, which begins airing regularly this weekend with the launch of the DC Nation block on Cartoon Network. Among other topics, Volpe discusses the show’s new timeslot, the edits made to the special sneak preview airing last November, what he knows […]

Marvel Animation Age Interviews "Iron Man: Armored Adventures" Story Editor Brandon Auman

by Ed Liuon March 2, 2012
The Marvel Animation Age has interviewed Iron Man: Armored Adventures story editor Brandon Auman on the second half of the series’ second season. Among other topics, Auman discusses the upcoming story arc driving the next 13 episodes of the series, what kind of character and plot development is coming up soon, and some of the […]

The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Meddler” Recap

by The Huntsmanon February 28, 2012
Gumball is distraught over the fact that he doesn’t receive enough attention from his parents. In an effort to make amends, Nicole decides to start working the night shift so that she can spend part of her day with Gumball at school, although this arrangement soon causes him to believe that she is meddling in […]

"Justice League: Doom" NYC Premiere Interviews with Phil Morris, Kevin Conroy, & Andrea Romano

by darkdetectiveon February 28, 2012
At the world premiere of Justice League: Doom at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, Toonzone News was able to speak with actors Phil Morris and Kevin Conroy, and voice director Andrea Romano in red-carpet interview sessions for the press. Questions asked by Toonzone News are marked. These interviews have been slightly […]

"Justice League: Doom": New Stills & Interview Clips with Actors Michael Rosenbaum and Nathan Fillion

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2012
In conjunction with the release of Justice League: Doom, Warner Bros. Animation has released the following interviews, interview video clips, and stills for Michael Rosenbaum (the Flash) and Nathan Fillion (Green Lantern). Click on any of the screenshots below to view full-size: The press release interviews follow, with interview clips interspersed within. Justice League: Doom […]

"Justice League: Doom" – The Ample, Abundant Joys of Doom

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2012
One of my favorite things about the late, great Dwayne McDuffie’s work was that it was almost always surprising, but in a way that made me feel like I could have seen the plot twists coming if I were only just a little bit smarter (and I’ve said so before). With Justice League: Doom, we’re […]

84th Annual Academy Awards: "Rango" Best Animated Feature, "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore" Best Animated Short

by Todd DuBoison February 26, 2012
The 84th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony is announcing winners for the following categories with an animated work contending for an Oscar. This article will be updated with the winners throughout the evening. BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM: (9:48 PM EST) Rango (directed by Gore Verbinski) A Cat in Paris (directed by Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli) […]
Disney/Pixar "Brave" Trailer Analysis

Disney/Pixar “Brave” Trailer Analysis

by Ed Liuon February 26, 2012
Disney/Pixar has just released a new trailer for Brave: The first thing I love about this trailer is that it’s just a chunk of the movie. No fast-cuts. No creative editing. No attempts to fool us into thinking this movie is something that it isn’t. No packing all the best parts of a movie into […]