A press release has announced that artist and Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane has been named a guest of honor at the inaugural New York Comic-Con. The convention will be held February 24-26, 2006, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. McFarlane’s appearance will coincide with a retrospective of his work at the Museum of Comic […]
Several on-line comics previews are now available on the Internet. They include: – An 8-page preview of Zombie Tales: Oblivion from Boom! Studios is available at Comic Book Resources.com. The anthology book includes work by Mark Waid, Mark Badger, and Keith Giffen, and is on comic book stands now. – An interview with writer James […]
A catchy alt-pop opening song that’s somewhere between the Spin Doctors, old school No Doubt and Blues Traveler. Cute, simple opening animation that looks like it was probably done with markers and crayons. Adorable monsters that make Pikachu appear pathetic. Cripplingly cute characters, calling to mind Kodocha and Ojamajo Doremi. It’s a total bait and […]
Lucas, the company of U.S. director George Lucas, today launched an animation studio in Singapore to produce television shows and feature films for the global market. The studio, Lucasfilm Animation Singapore, is financially backed by the Singapore government to boost the island’s multimedia industry. [Source: Japan Today]
JAKKS Pacific, Inc. today announced a worldwide licensing agreement with Scholastic Media to produce a line of JAKKS Pacific’s new Tell-A-Story interactive books based on Scholastic Media’s preschool properties Clifford The Big Red Dog and I SPY. The Tell-A-Story system connects directly into a standard TV using Plug & Read technology, serving as an introductory […]
Berlin Animation Film’s (BAF) animated series Mission Odyssey will enter several new territories after some major deals were signed following Mipcom Jnr., C21Media reports. German distributor Telepool has sold the series to Spain and Hungary and to a pan-Arabic broadcaster, taking the total number of territories signing up to twenty. A commission in Germany is […]
ASIFA-Hollywood is hosting a free screening of Disney Animation’s Chicken Little, AWN reports. The screening will be held November 4, 2005, at 7:00pm at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, 5230 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, California. It will be followed by a question & answer session with Disney CG supervisor Kevin Geiger.