The World’s Finest recently managed to catch up with Batman: The Animated Series director Dick Sebast to discuss his work on the cartoon. Sebast speaks on his Emmy Award winning work on Robin’s Reckoning, what it was like working with the various animation companies, and more. Click the above link to read the interview.
Diamond Comic Distributors has announced the list of offerings for 2006’s Free Comic Book Day. Animated offerings include Bongo Comics’ Free for All 2006 Simpsons tie-in comic, DC’s Justice League Unlimited #1, Devil’s Due’s G.I. Joe: Sigma 6, and IDW’s Transformers: Beast Wars. Free Comic Book Day will be on Saturday, May 6. Full details […]
Norman McCabe, animator and director for the classic Looney Tunes years, passed away on January 18, 2006. He was 94 years old. Read more at einsiders.com.
IGN has an all new Ultimate Avengers trailer online. Unlike the previous teaser, the aforementioned trailer features footage from the movie itself. The film is set for release on February 21 and will premiere at the upcoming Wondercon comic convention.
A press release from Comic-Con International has announced that the WonderCon comics and pop-culture convention will host the world premieres of two new animated projects. Marvel and Lion’s Gate’s Ultimate Avengers: The Movie direct-to-video animated film will premiere at WonderCon on Saturday, February 11, 2006. The next day, Fox Home Entertainment will screen the first […]
CBS and DIC Entertainment (DIC) will partner to launch an all-new Saturday morning branded kids programming block to replace the current Nick Jr. block this fall. Entitled “CBS’s Secret Saturday Morning Slumber Party,” the new block will feature three hours of FCC-compliant children’s programming and will serve as a platform to introduce new kids programs […]
The DVD releases of Golden Age: Cultoons and Golden Age: Cartoons for Victory! have been pushed back to April 11, 2006, according to DVDtoons. Both DVDs will retail for $14.95 SRP each.
Buena Vista Games has announced a Game Boy Advance tie-in to Walt Disney Pictures’ upcoming animate feature The Wild. Following Samson the Lion in his quest to save his son, the game offers 18 levels of play and is scheduled to ship to retailers on April 4, 2006. [Source: IGN] (via Animated-News)
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit won first place in the seventh annual Golden Tomato Awards. (via Animated-News)
Florida-based distributor ELG Media Group has acquired exclusive Hispanic rights to Italian toon house Mondo TV’s back catalogue, C21Media reports. Under the 7-year, $5.3 million (minimum) deal, ELG will get television, home video, licensing, merchandising, and publishing rights to about 1,000 hours of Mondo animation within Spanish- and Portuguese-language markets. This includes 41 cartoon series, […]