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Newsarama Interviews Voice Actor Grey Delisle; Hints at New "G.I. Joe" Series

Newsarama’s Animated Shorts has posted a brief interview with voice actor Grey Delisle, who provides the voice of Mandy on The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Princess Azula on Avatar the Last Airbender, Frankie Foster on Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Oyuki in Afro Samurai, and Betty Brandt and Sally Avril on The Spectacular […]

Out for Blood: "Black Blood Brothers" Bites Back

Vampires: Like them or loathe them, contemporary fiction just can’t get enough of them. But the first volume of Black Blood Brothers proved a very promising start to a story full of fangs, blood and wooden stakes. Now we return to the Special Zone to catch the middle and end of this twelve-episode tale with […]

"Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs" Arrives on DVD June 24, 2008

The next Futurama direct-to-video movie, The Beast with a Billion Backs, will be available at retailers on June 24, 2008. The movie will put Fry, Leela, Bender, and the rest of the crew at Planet Express in “a disturbing – yet sensuous – interplanetary love story” with a repulsive planet-sized creature. The DVD will be […]

Onion A.V. Club Interviews "South Park"'s Matt Stone and Trey Parker

The Onion A.V. Club has interviewed Matt Stone and Trey Parker, co-creators of South Park. The interview digs into how the two work and collaborate, the sacrifices and benefits of the show’s grueling nine-day turnaround schedule, how they approach writing episodes of the show, the genesis of the Imaginationland 3-part episode, how much supervision they […]

"Animaniacs" Vol. 3: Watching This Is a Good Idea

It’s that time again! Time to write mean things about a Time Warner executive? Time to watch another anime company declare bankruptcy? No, it’s time to review another Animaniacs DVD set! Volume 3 to be specific: Five discs loaded with over 25 episodes of one of the greatest comedic series in the history of US […]

"xxxHOLIC" Vol. 2: Son of Freakazoid

Seeking: Sexy, supernatural-themed mystery series, preferably animated. Must have great premise and fun/interesting mix of characters. Stylish visual look a definite plus; twentysomething-style emo and angst a turn off. Give me some spooky, funny, surprising stories, and I will give you my unconditional love. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. * * * * * Hello? Oh, it’s […]

"New York" Magazine Interviews Ralph Bakshi

New York magazine has posted a brief interview with Ralph Bakshi, where he deals with his role in the rise of artist Thomas Kinkade, the use of a Bob Seger song at the end of American Pop, what he would have used for the soundtrack to Lord of the Rings, and what inspired his filmmaking […]

PR: The Animation Show: Volume 3

MIKE JUDGE’S 2007 COLLECTION OF AWARD-WINNING ANIMATED SHORTS AVAILABLE ON DVD JUNE 3, 2008 ALL-NEW 2008 THEATRICAL TOUR LAUNCHES IN JUNE New York, NY — Mike Judge (“Beavis & Butt-Head,” “King of the Hill,” Office Space) and Don Hertzfeldt return with another collection of incredible animated short films when THE ANIMATION SHOW: VOLUME 3 arrives […]

Time To Get Mushi: Goodbye to Ginko as "Mushi-Shi" Ends

As with everything great in life, it’s all about timing. In television, it’s about finding the balance between “too little” and “too much,” between bowing out too soon and going on too long. It seems like a lost art these days, but on rare occasions a show will get it right. And after 26 episodes, […]

"Freedom" Vols. 1-5: Freedom Isn't Free. In Fact, It's Pretty Damn Expensive

If you were to ask me for the best places to find a solid, entertaining, and intelligently written hard science fiction series, an extended advertisement for the 35th anniversary of Nissin’s Cup Noodles would not end up anywhere on the list. However, the fact remains that Freedom, an animated mini-series from Japan, had its origins […]

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