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"Loonatics": Bring Me The Head of Ron Myrick

Loonatics is just as bad as you’ve probably feared, a shameless whoring of the classic characters that transports whole bits from the classic cartoons yet manages to deprive them completely of anything resembling wit, charm, or humor. When it is not trying to embarrassingly emulate the classic cartoons in an anime style, it trudges out […]

"Loonatics Unleashed": Average Looney, Sort of Tooney

Warner Bros.’ new animated action-comedy Loonatics Unleashed brings us yet more clones of their most famous characters. Redesigned as superheroes in the year 2772 and given superpowers by a meteor that knocked the city planet of Acmetropolis’ axis off kilter, six “descendents” of the classic Looney Tunes characters protect the city from villainy. How do […]

"Zixx Level 2" Episode 2: Getting Down to Business

“Dwayne’s World,” the second episode of Zixx Level 2, picks up right where episode one left off. Zixx and her sidekick Flanngo are still fighting the alien conspiracy to take over the universe. Also helping out are Riley and Meghan, the two Earthling teens who accidentally got thrown into the Keep (that’s the virtual world). […]

"Loonatics Unleashed": As Bad as You Feared

Don’t see it. That was the short review. Now to the real stuff. I just saw twenty and a half minutes of this new show called Loonatics Unleashed, and I am still scratching my head. Its premise has futuristic versions of classic Looney Tunes characters fighting evil in the year 2772. I suppose that if […]

"Loonatics Unleashed": A Fine Concept Marred by Poor Execution

You play with a universally loved property at your peril, since any fiddling will usually send fanboys into a frenzy. Loonatics Unleashed did just that when it was first announced six months ago. Now that the premiere is upon us, animation fans all over the Internet will be asking the same question: “Is it any […]

Put 'Em Back: "Loonatics Unleashed" Is Just Mediocre

Six months after it was announced—six months after massive mainstream news coverage; anguished message board and blog posts; Internet petitions; scatological animated parodies; collisions with sex-toy manufacturers and Dutch character designers—six months after a near-riot, in other words, Loonatics Unleashed finally sees the light of day and reveals itself as… just another lousy action cartoon. […]

First Details on Upcoming "Teen Titans Go!" and "The Batman Strikes!" Issues

Writer J. Torres was able to provide Toon Zone News and The World’s Finest with info on upcoming issues of the popular Teen Titans Go! and his fill-in issue on The Batman Strikes!. “We’ve got a couple more ‘split’ issues planned like #22,” says Torres. “I don’t think I can name the artists just yet, […]

Simpsons' Radioactive Man...No More!

An article at Comicon.com’s PULSE News speaks to Bongo Comics Creative Director Bill Morrison about the cancellation of Radioactive Man and its transformation into the Simpsons Super Spectacular, which will also feature comics starring Pieman and Bartman. In stores now, the book features work by Ty Templeton, Batton Lash, and Chuck Dixon.

"South Park" and "Clone Wars Volume 2" Win Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Awards

Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 2 has won the Creative Arts Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Animated Program (one hour or more), while South Park won the award for Outstanding Animated Program (less than one hour).

Curious George vs. Nazi Germany

An article in the New York Times details the story behind the new book The Journey That Saved Curious George: The True Wartime Escape of Margret and H. A. Rey by Louise Borden (free registration required). The mischievous monkey will star in an animated feature film with Will Ferrell and on a new animated series […]

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