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The Legend Of Zelda: Encyclopedia Coming From Dark Horse

by Peter Paltridgeon September 25, 2017
How many big, heavy Zelda books can one company bring out? Dark Horse is now going for three, but could they expand to four? In 2013 Hyrule Historia, a heavy hardcover that encompassed the entire history of the Zelda series, was translated and published in the USA. The book sold so well that a follow-up, […]
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SDCC 2017: Toonzone Interviews Titmouse Studios’ Chris Prynoski and Ben Kalina

by Christopher Glennonon September 25, 2017
Once again, Titmouse made the scene at San Diego Comic Con by driving its branded RV through the streets. Chris Prynoski, Titmouse President and Owner, along with Ben Kalina, COO/Supervising Producer, stopped by to pick up Toonzone News for a spin and some Q & A. TOONZONE NEWS: How’s it going? CHRIS PRYNOSKI: It’s going […]

SpongeBob to Premiere a New Stop-Motion Halloween Special on October 13, 2017

by slaion September 25, 2017
NICKELODEON’S BRAND-NEW SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS HALLOWEEN STOP-MOTION ANIMATION SPECIAL: THE LEGEND OF BOO-KINI BOTTOM PREMIERES FRIDAY, OCT. 13, AT 7:00 P.M. (ET/PT)     BURBANK, Calif.—Sept. 25, 2017—Nickelodeon treats viewers to a spooky stop-motion special with the premiere of SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom, on Friday, Oct. 13, at 7p.m. (ET/PT). The Legend of […]

Call Of Duty WWII: Meet Your Friends And Allies

by Peter Paltridgeon September 21, 2017
You’ve met the hero of Call of Duty: WWII, Red Daniels, but what’s a Call of Duty campaign without teammates? Who will you be fighting with this time around? Activision introduced them today in short individual clips, which they shared with us. Private Robert Zussman is Red’s best friend in the squad. According to official […]

Shinichiro Watanabe Directs Blade Runner Short

by Peter Paltridgeon September 20, 2017
You’re familiar with Shinichiro Watanabe, famed director of Cowboy Bebop, correct? A lot of anime was inspired by Blade Runner….what would a Watanabe ‘toon look like if it was a direct adaption? We’ll find out in a little more than a week, when “Blade Runner: Black Out 2022” premieres. Directed by Wantanabe, the short will […]

Marvel Unveils The Punisher Trailer – But Not The Premiere Date

by Alex Beanon September 20, 2017
The trailer for the upcoming Marvel series – “The Punisher” – on Netflix was unveiled but not the premiere date, which was intentionally blacked out [although 2017 was not, so there is that tiny snippet of a clue]…    

Watch The New Call Of Duty WWII Story Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon September 19, 2017
What kind of story is the next Call of Duty game going to tell? We know the series is going “back to its roots” by using a WWII setting, but who are we playing as? Activision introduced the game’s protagonist Monday in their newly released Call of Duty: WWII story trailer. His name is Ron […]

Boom Studios To Produce New Rocko’s Modern Life Adventures

by Peter Paltridgeon September 18, 2017
Could there possibly be more new Rocko-related material coming our way than previously assumed? The wallaby is already returning to TV — is he coming back to comics too? Boom Studios will be resurrecting the world of O-Town this December in the first issue of their regular Rocko’s Modern Life series. Though the revival in […]

NHL 18 Launch Trailer

by Alex Beanon September 18, 2017
The launch trailer for “NHL 18” – available now – emphasizing the new “Creative Attack” and “Defensive Skill Stick” features as well as 3-on-3 mode…