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Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Adam West

Adam West, TVs Batman 1928-2017

by Dan Collinson June 12, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter reported that actor Adam West has died from leukemia on Friday in his home in Los Angeles. He was 88. West was best known to TV audiences as the Caped Crusader on Batman in 1966 along with Burt Ward in the role of Robin. The show aired for three seasons. He also […]
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E3 2017: A Release Date At Last For Cuphead

by Peter Paltridgeon June 11, 2017
Cuphead should look familiar to you if you’ve got a good memory of E3s past, and even if your memory is poor. Microsoft first showed it off as part of their E3 conference way back in 2014, and it’s made an appearance every year since. With each year comes the promise that we’ll get to […]

E3 2017: The New Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon June 11, 2017
We were expecting a new Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer to appear during Sony’s conference tomorrow night, but Square decided to spring it on us 48 hours early. This three-minute peek at KH3 made its debut last night at the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour concert in Los Angeles. The trailer was uploaded to YouTube this […]

A Hurricane Of DuckTales Characters Revealed

by Peter Paltridgeon June 8, 2017
A duck-blur of new information was released today regarding Disney XD’s upcoming DuckTales TV series. We’ve seen Scrooge, Donald and his nephews, and even Gizmoduck, but no one else. Today the production crew revealed to Entertainment Weekly what the entire supporting cast looks like. There are a lot of familiar faces here, but a couple […]
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Women in Animation Announces First Round of Academic Partnerships

by Ed Liuon June 8, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 7, 2017 WOMEN IN ANIMATION REACHING INTO THE FUTURE WITH STUDENT MEMBERSHIP AND ACADEMIC SPONSORSHIP DRIVES WIA Partners with Schools to Give Students Early Access to Support Los Angeles, CA – Women in Animation (WIA) is pleased to announce the first round of academic partnerships to encourage student participation in the […]

My Life as a Zucchini

Review: Childhood Overcomes Pain in “My Life As a Zucchini”

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison June 7, 2017
GKIDS Films has made a name for itself importing foreign animation that’s well off the beaten path tread by theatrical animation in the U.S. The stop-motion French-Swiss drama My Life as a Zucchini is one of the finest cases to date. Short on jokes but big on heart, My Life as a Zucchini offers an uncomfortable […]

Aquaman Has An Opinion On The Paris Climate Accord

by Alex Beanon June 6, 2017
Aquaman took time out of his busy schedule of keeping his eyes open underwater and practicing the breast stroke to give his take on the Paris Climate Accord… Be our first to comment

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Wallace and Gromit’s Peter Sallis Dies At 96

by Peter Paltridgeon June 5, 2017
Raise a slice of Wensleydale cheese today for Peter Sallis, the voice behind the absentminded inventor Wallace of Aardman Animation’s Wallace and Gromit series. He passed away on June 2 at Denville Hall, a retirement home for actors, surrounded by friends and family. The news was released by the BBC this morning. Nick Park, creator […]