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World's Finest Interviews Kevin Manthei on Scoring "New Frontier"

The World’s Finest Online has published an interview with Kevin Manthei, composer for the direct-to-video movie Justice League: The New Frontier. Manthei discusses his approach to scoring the movie, the difficulties that the project presented, and his upcoming work in Batman: Gotham Knight and the Kung Fu Panda video game.

Toon Zone Interviews Steve Purcell About "Sam & Max the Animated Series"

Cartoonist Steve Purcell’s resume reads like a cult nerd hit-list. When he was a boy, he would parody his younger brother’s comic strips, eventually creating Sam and Max, a duo of freelance detectives. Sam is a man-sized dog shamus in a shabby suit and Max was…well, you’ll see what Max is. During the 1980′s black-and-white […]

Toon Zone Interviews Matt Wayne on Spinning "The Spectacular Spider-Man"

Having already served as a story editor on Justice League Unlimited and cast a storm with Hellboy, Matt Wayne is no stranger to superhero cartoons. The Marvel Animation Age and Toon Zone News caught up with Matt in an email interview to talk about his work on the upcoming The Spectacular Spider-Man. Take it away, […]

Toon Zone Interviews Nick SVP Teri Weiss About "Ni Hao, Kai-lan"

In her 9 year tenure at Nickelodeon, Teri Weiss has been involved one way or another with some of Nick Jr’s biggest hits, including Dora the Explorer, Blue’s Clues, Go, Diego, Go!, and The Backyardigans, which have earned her a Peabody Award and multiple Emmy nominations. Her success comes as little surprise, considering her string […]

World's Finest Interviews Christopher Jones and Ty Templeton on DC Animated Comics

The World’s Finest Online has posted two interviews with creative talent behind animated tie-in comics from DC. The first is with artist Christopher Jones on his long tenure drawing The Batman Strikes!, the tie-in book to the CW’s The Batman, where he discusses how he’s evolved over the four years the comic has been published […]

Toon Zone Interviews Evan Baily on Digging Into "Turok Son of Stone"

In 1954, Dell Comics introduced Turok, Son of Stone. Who created him exactly is in dispute, with different sources giving Matthew H. Manning or Gaylord Du Bois the honor. What isn’t in dispute is the popularity of the pre-Colombian Indian and his companion, the young Andar, in their battles with dinosaurs and monstrous beasts in […]

Toon Zone News Interviews Peter Fernandez & Corinne Orr About "Speed Racer"

In the late 1960′s, a new form of children’s entertainment began its march onto American airwaves. Cartoons imported from Japan and dubbed into English were the first steps towards the multi-million dollar phenomenon that is the current-day anime industry, and all of that can be said to have started with the success of Speed Racer, […]

Toon Zone Interviews Pamela Hayden on Being Millhouse for "The Simpsons"

At The Simpsons Movie DVD Release event in Bryant Park, New York City, Toon Zone News got the chance to sit down briefly with the funny and charming Pamela Hayden, the voice actress who provides the voice of Milhouse, Rod Flanders, Sarah Wiggum, Janey Powell, and several other supporting characters on the show. We are […]

World's Finest Online Interviews Alan Burnett on "The Batman" Season 5

The World’s Finest Online has interviewed writer/producer Alan Burnett about the fifth season of The Batman. The interview discusses the introduction of more of DC’s heroes into the show, as well as the reasons why some characters have not appeared yet and how to balance the expanded superhero cast with the existing one.

Toon Zone Interviews C.H. Greenblatt on Crafting "Chowder"

that you said that the show is very outline driven. Can you go into a bit more detail on what that really means as far as production goes? GREENBLATT: Sure, it’s essentially the same system that I was used to from SpongeBob and even from Billy and Mandy. Instead of having a script for the […]

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