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Susan Eisenberg Wonder Woman

Toonzone Interviews Susan Eisenberg, the Voice Of Wonder Woman!

by Todd Blackon March 28, 2016
When you think of the DC Animated Universe, you think of Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill as Joker, Michael Rosenbaum as Flash, and Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman. For years, Ms. Eisenberg voiced the Amazon Warrior in the legendary Justice League cartoons. She also reprised her roles in several animated movies, and even video […]

How to Animate an Undead Rabbit: Jessica Borutski Talks “Bunnicula”

by Ed Liuon February 16, 2016
Like many fans, Jessica Borutski fell in love with animation by watching tons of classic animation on TV from a young age, moving on to earn a degree at Algonquin College before going on to work for the legendary John Kricfalusi at Spumco on Adult Cartoon Party. A subsequent gig at Fuel Industries led to […]

Batman: Bad Blood

“Batman: Bad Blood Q&A” With Cast And Crew

by Christopher Glennonon February 11, 2016
Coinciding with the release of the latest DC Universe Animated Movie, Batman: Bad Blood, was a screening of the movie at the Paley Center For Media in Los Angeles. Following the screening was a Q & A with cast and crew. Moderated by DC All Access host, Tiffany Smith , the panel included director Jay […]
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TZ Interviews Keith Feinstein, Co-Creator of “Be The Astronaut”

by Peter Paltridgeon November 19, 2015
If a science museum was within driving distance of where you lived as a child, you likely have memories of many different traveling exhibits the museum played host to. Since then and now, as with all things, science museum exhibits have gotten a twinge more advanced. How advanced? Well, just take a look at Be […]

Big Hero 6 Baymax

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con October 2015 – Shigeto Koyama Interview

by Grant Whiteon November 16, 2015
The Saturday of MCM London Comic Con October, Toonzone News were given the chance to pose some questions to Shigeto Koyama. A talent who has worked on titles including Kill la Kill, Heroman, Disney’s Big Hero 6 and his own original short “Obake-chan,” Koyama attended the event as the Anime Guest Of Honour. TOONZONE NEWS: […]

NYCC 2015: Roundtable Interviews for the “Adventure Time” Miniseries and Season 7

by Todd DuBoison November 12, 2015
Adventure Time season 7 will debut this November on Cartoon Network, and the highlight of the early part of the season is undoubtedly the eight part miniseries “Stakes,” which promises to explore the past of Marceline and tell a longer form story for the first time in the history of this storied series. At New […]

NYCC 2015: Roundtable Interviews With the Cast & Crew of “Justice League: Cosmic Clash”

by Todd DuBoison November 12, 2015
During New York Comic Con 2015, Toonzone News was able to attend the panel for LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Cosmic Clash, which recently wrapped up production and is to be released in early 2016. Toonzone also had the opportunity to participate in a roundtable interview session with several members of the […]

“The Peanuts Movie” Roundtable Interview: Craig Schulz, Steve Martino, and Jean Schulz

by Christopher Glennonon November 4, 2015
Craig Schulz, son of Peanuts creator Charles Schulz, wrote and produced The Peanuts Movie, which Steve Martino directed. Jean Schulz is Charles Schulz’s widow and board president of the Charles M. Schulz Museum. Toonzone News, along with other members of the press, sat down with them for an interview during a press day at the […]

Going Inside “Inside Out” with Pixar Producer Jonas Rivera

by Ed Liuon November 3, 2015
When he was a student at San Francisco State University, Jonas Rivera saw a screening of “Luxo Jr.” and was so impressed that he cold-called Pixar to ask about a job. An unpaid internship to work on Toy Story led to his lengthy tenure at the company, as he’s moved up from that internship to […]

How to Design a 11-Year-Old Kid’s Head for “Inside Out,” the Ralph Eggleston Way

by Ed Liuon November 2, 2015
Production designer Ralph Eggleston joined Pixar Animation Studios in 1992 during the development of Toy Story, and has earned credits on almost every Pixar film since. His work has been pivotal in the look and feel of numerous Pixar movies, including Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and WALL-E. His directorial debut for the animated […]