IGN has the first episode of Air Gear, a 2006 anime from Toei Animation and Marvelous Entertainment, streaming on their website in both low and high resolutions: http://media.tv.ign.com/media/873/873849/vids_1.html. It is being dubbed by ADV Films. The first DVD volume of Air Gear will be released on February 6, 2007 and will contain four episodes. [Source: […]
The “Animated Shorts” column at Newsarama.com has posted a trailer and a clip from the upcoming CGI animated film Happily Never After in Windows Media Format. The downloadable movies are accompanied by comments by producer John H. Williams (both Shrek movies) and by screenwriter Paul Moreland.
BCI Eclipse’s next release of classic TV cartoons on DVD will continue with the release of Cool McCool on March 13, 2007. The show was created by Bob Kane, creator of Batman, and centers on the title character’s espionage exploits against an array of hideous and sinister foes. The release will contain 20 episodes on […]
NAVARRE’S BCI AND HEARST ENTERTAINMENT BRING BACK “COOL” WITH THE SUAVE SECRET AGENT “COOL McCOOL” 3 DVD Set Available March 13th for $19.98 Los Angeles, CA – BCI Eclipse, a Navarre Corporation Company, and Hearst Entertainment announce the release of the classic King Features animated series “Cool McCool” from “Batman” creator Bob Kane. Under its […]
FIRST LOOK PICTURES ANNOUNCES THEATRICAL DISTRIBUTION DEAL FOR ADULT SWIM’S “AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE COLON MOVIE FILM FOR THEATERS” POPULAR ANIMATED COMEDY CREATED BY MATT MAIELLARO & DAVE WILLIS SET FOR WIDE RELEASE MARCH 2007 (Los Angeles, CA) – Adult Swim’s highly anticipated theatrical film AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE COLON MOVIE FILM FOR THEATERS is […]
Daily Variety reports the “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” movie has been set for a March release by First Look Pictures. The 86-minute feature marks First Look’s initial theatrical foray into animation as well as Adult Swim’s first feature under the Williams Street banner. The film centers on the origins of “Hunger Force” characters Meatwad, Frylock […]
I really don’t like reviewing the first volume of a serialized anime without having seen the rest of the show. It’s like judging a movie or symphony by its first few minutes. It’s really unfair, because you can’t help assuming that the show (or movie, or symphony) won’t get better (or won’t get worse) before […]
Black Cat is quite an odd Shonen Jump title. Unlike its recent compatriots Naruto and Bleach, Black Cat is very, very dark. Presumably, this is because Gonzo, which produced it, doesn’t do a lot of Shonen Jump titles. And since it’s a Gonzo title, that means FUNimation got it instead Viz Media. But is this […]
The Cartoon Brew weblog is relaying the information that Prescott Wright passed away on December 28, 2006, at the age of 71. Wright was a co-founder of the Ottowa International Animation Festival and of ASIFA-San Francisco.
Way back when I was a kid, there were a few cartoons I adored. G.I. Joe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Chip N’ Dale’s Rescue Rangers were the main three, but DuckTales was up there too. Today, of the first three, only G.I. Joe still entertains me. But DuckTales proves to still have its moments. […]