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Mighty Magiswords

Cartoon Network Announces “Mighty Magiswords” TV Series and More Interactive Content

by Ed Liuon June 14, 2016
Cartoon Network Takes Viewer Engagement to the Next Level with Mighty Magiswords Multi-Platform World Allows Fans to Watch, Play and Collect Cartoon Network, recently named one of the most innovative media companies by Fast Company, continues to redefine content and the fan experience with the evolution of its latest franchise, Mighty Magiswords. Debuting last year […]

E3 2016: Coon And Friends Are Back In “South Park: The Fractured But Whole”

E3 2016: Coon And Friends Are Back In “South Park: The Fractured But Whole”

by Peter Paltridgeon June 13, 2016
Last year Ubisoft made the surprise announcement that they would be making a second South Park game, a follow-up to The Stick of Truth. This year they showed off everything Trey Parker and Matt Stone have been working on, and it did not disappoint. The trailer shows what one can assume is the opening scene […]

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Janet Waldo, voice of Judy Jetson, 1920 – 2016

by Dan Collinson June 13, 2016
KABC has reported that Janet Waldo, the voice of Judy Jetson on the cartoon The Jetsons died on Sunday. She was 96. She suffered from a benign but inoperable brain tumor. In addition to Judy Jetson, Waldo was the voice of Pearl Slaghoople, Wilma Flintstone’s mother on The Flintstones; Josie from Josie & the Pussycats […]
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Review: “Zootopia” on Blu-Ray – Happily Hopping Home

by Weathermanon June 13, 2016
Zootopia is officially available for home release, which is really weird since it could still be found in theaters as of this disc’s street date. I doubt most of you really need me to tell you to buy it. Zootopia is certainly the most talked about animated movie of the year and maybe the most […]

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Interview: All Hail Composer Frederik Wiedmann on “All Hail King Julien”!

by Christopher Glennonon June 13, 2016
Born in Stuttgart, Germany, Frederik Wiedmann came to Los Angeles in 2004 to become a film composer. Wiedmann was twice nominated for the Annie Award for his musical work on Green Lantern the Animated Series. He has also worked on the Beware the Batman TV Series as well as DC Animated movies Son of Batman, […]
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Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2016 – Michael Arias Panel

by Grant Whiteon June 12, 2016
With Anime Limited’s Jeremy Graves presiding as MC, the Michael Arias panel offered a rare chance for insight on this veteran of the Hollywood and anime industry, including his recent adaptation of the Project Itoh novel Harmony. Michael’s earliest memories of anime were watching televised dubs in his Southern Californian childhood, titles such as Speed […]

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Review: “Voltron Legendary Defender” Forms a Not-That-Blazing Sword

by Chad Boninon June 10, 2016
Does the sword still blaze after 35 years? The five lions that form Voltron have converged yet again to form a new series, streaming exclusively on Netflix and produced by DreamWorks Animation Television. Still, this is a franchise that has had a number of missteps–entertaining or not–in America. Is the fourth time the charm? America […]
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Review: “Voltron Legendary Defender” is a Breakthrough Reinvention

by Todd DuBoison June 10, 2016
Amid all the promotion for Voltron Legendary Defender this spring, one thing struck me more than any other: a quote officially publicized from Executive Producer Joaquim Dos Santos that declared “We didn’t make the Voltron that we saw, we made the Voltron that we remembered.” In our age of countless sequels or reboots and elevated […]