Several video games will be featured on the networks of MTV during the week of November 20, the network’s first “GameØRZ Week.” Details are available on Viacom’s corporate site.
It seems as though the Dragon Ball DVDs will never end. First we had the original dub, then the new dub doing the Freeza Saga, most of the Cell Saga, the original Dragon Ball, the Buu Saga, Dragon Ball GT, the rest of the Cell & Buu sagas, and now we come all the way […]
Zixx Level Two is the sequel to Zixx Level One, a show that was never aired in America. Neither has this sequel season. This is a half-animation, half-filmed-in-that-crazy-Canada series featuring intergalactic agent Zixx Phunkee Zee trying to defeat an alien conspiracy with her lizard friend Flanngo and a few disposable human beings on Earth. For […]
Viz Media has selected Mattel as their master toy licensee for Naruto. Mattel also owns the toy license for Zatch Bell!, and many in the industry believe that these two manga licenses will aid the toymaker as it loses Barbie marketshare to Bratz.
Yet another Hanna-Barbera show gets a long-awaited DVD release, The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour. The series will be released on March 7. More info is available at TVShowsOnDVD.com.
Despite the fact that all of these episodes have already been released, WB has decided to release the entire first season of Teen Titans in one set on February 7. More details, including price and cover art, are available at TVShowsonDVD.com.
Season Five of the show starring the most popular prehistoric family will be released on March 7. Price info, cover art, and more details are available at TvShowsOnDVD.com.
Zoom Suit, an animated short film by former Marvel Entertainment Brand Manager John Taddeo, has won the Grand Festival Award of the 2005 Berkeley Video & Film Festival. Apparently, the short may also lead to a live-action feature film version of Zoom Suit. The short film may be seen on-line at Taddeo’s website at www.superverse.com.
An op-ed article in the St. Petersburg Times suggests that its elected officials ask, “What would Batman Do?” when confronted with seemingly intractible problems of public policy. Times columnist Ernest Hooper suggests, not entirely facetiously, that Cartoon Network’s Justice League presents a model of how disparate minds can “pull together for a common cause, even […]
America Online and Warner Brothers have announced a joint service to launch next year that will provide on-line video on demand via the Internet. Called In2TV, the service will form an on-line TV network backed by a large library of Time-Warner programming. Programming will be available in a standard quality streaming video format and a […]