“The Peanuts Movie” Roundtable Interview: Harriet Glickman and Marleik “Mar Mar” Walker

by Christopher Glennonon October 23, 2015
Harriet Glickman is the retired teacher who wrote a letter that inspired Charles Schulz to introduce Franklin, an African American child, in the Peanuts comic strip. Marleik “Mar Mar” Walker provides the voice of Franklin in the upcoming The Peanuts Movie. Toonzone News, along with other members of the press, sat down with them for […]

Review: “Transformers: Robots in Disguise: A New Autobot Mission” Accomplishes Its Goal

by Neo Yion October 23, 2015
As I stated in my previous review, Transformers: Robots in Disguise carries a lighthearted charm with the promise of weighty foreshadowing and epic storytelling. I was excited to see the antics Bumblebee and his crew would come across. Transformers: Robots in Disguise’s first DVD release contains the first five episodes and provides just as much […]


NYCC 2015: “Batman: Bad Blood” Roundtable with Phil Bourassa, Jay Oliva, James Tucker, and Jason O’Mara

by Ed Liuon October 22, 2015
At New York Comic Con 2015, Toonzone News was able to participate in press roundtable interviews with cast and crew members for Batman: Bad Blood, the upcoming animated feature from DC Animation. Unfortunately, we had to duck out before we could chat with Gaius Charles, voice actor for Luke Fox/Batwing. Let’s hope he can come […]


Marty Ingels, Actor, 1936-2015

by Dan Collinson October 22, 2015
Variety reports that actor and comedian Marty Ingels died Wednesday at Tarzana Medical Center from a massive stroke. He was 79. Ingels once starred in the sitcom I’m Dickens, He’s Fenster in 1962, co-starring Addams Family star John Astin. After the show was cancelled, he made guest appearances on shows like The Dick Van Dyke […]
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Watch The Trailer For The Venture Bros. Season Six

by Peter Paltridgeon October 20, 2015
Someday, we will need to get answers from Adult Swim as to why some of their shows take so excruciatingly long to make. The last new episode of The Venture Bros. appeared on July 21, 2013. There was an hour-long special to fill in the gap (“All This And Gargantua-2”) that aired in January of […]


Review: “Aladdin” Diamond Edition – Rawk! Polly Wants This Blu-ray!

by Dr. Daedaluson October 20, 2015
Aladdin was another successful part of Disney’s “renaissance:” the period that started during the late ’80s with The Little Mermaid that revitalized interest in the Disney brand, thanks to a renewed interest in quality storytelling, Broadway-worthy musical numbers, and state-of-the-art visuals. Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast were both top notch films, but Aladdin, in […]

Cartoon Network Premieres for October 19, 2015: “Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!”, “Wabbit,” “Teen Titans Go!”, and More

by Ed Liuon October 19, 2015
Cartoon Network has released plot synopses for upcoming premieres the week of October 19, 2015. BE COOL, SCOOBY-DOO! On this week’s episodes of Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Monday, October 19 at 4:00 p.m. (ET/PT)… “Party Like It’s 1899” – Daphne brings the Gang to a Victorian murder mystery party, so they can dress up and solve […]


John Musker & Ron Clements Clear Up Rumors About Their Movies

by Peter Paltridgeon October 19, 2015
One of the most legendary creative forces in Disney history has been the team of Ron Clements and John Musker, who created The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and Hercules in a row (and then Treasure Planet). They both sat down with E! Online recently to discuss some rumors the Internet has been passing around about their […]
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UK Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito Announce November Highlights

by Grant Whiteon October 18, 2015
Remember, remember CN this November, cartoons with humour and plot. I see no reason why in this monthly season they should ever be forgot. Start your week off with a bang as Mega Mondays brings new episodes of Clarence (4pm), Regular Show (4:30pm), Adventure Time (5pm), Teen Titans Go! (5:30pm), Supernoobs (6pm) and Steven Universe […]