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"Robot Chicken Season One" Who Poop Last!?

by on April 13, 2006
What happens when the chicken crosses the road? He’s run over, turned into a cyborg by the local mad scientist and forced to channel flip through television for the rest of his life. But it’s not our TV he’s watching. We don’t have shows such as “The Real World: Metropolis,” “Who Poop Last?” and episodes […]

CN Posts "Justice League Unlimited" Video Clip

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
Cartoon Network has posted a video clip from “Far From Home,” the newest episode of Justice League Unlimited airing this Saturday, April 15, at 10:30 PM (ET). The clip depicts a meeting between Leaguers and the guest stars of the episode, and is available in Windows Media format. (via Hannibal Tabu’s Comic Reel)

Ghibli Posts Flash "Earthsea" Trailer

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
Nausicaa.net is reporting that Studio Ghibli has posted a trailer on their website for Tales from Earthsea, the new film directed by Goro Miyazaki currently scheduled for release in July 2006. The trailer is in Flash format.

Ambiguously Gay Duo to Host SNL Spotlight on Smiegel Cartoons

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
A press release states that NBC’s Saturday Night Live will be broadcasting a “best of” compilation of Robert Smigel’s Saturday TV Funhouse animated shorts on April 29, 2006, from 11:30 PM to 1:30 AM (ET). The show will be hosted by the Ambiguously Gay Duo (voice acted by Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell), who will […]

Jackson Publick Posts Preview Images of "The Venture Bros"

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
Jackson Publick, writer, director, and voice actor for The Venture Brothers, has posted several preview images for the next season of the show on his LiveJournal. The journal entry also provides information on the progress of the new season. (via Heidi MacDonald’s The Beat weblog)

"Negadon" Comes to New York from May 12-18

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
According to Central Park Media, Negadon: The Monster From Mars has been booked for a limited theatrical run from May 12-18 at the ImaginAsian Theater in New York City. The movie, which uses groundbreaking CGI animation techniques to pay homage to classic Japanese monster movies, will be part of a triple-feature along with Kakurenbo: Hide […]

Anime Festival Orlando 7 to Host Fan Film Contest and AFOscars

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
The Anime Festival Orlando (AFO) has announced that it will host its first Fan Film Contest at the Anime Festival Orlando 7. The best of the fan films will be recognized at the AFOscars, an awards ceremony modeled after the Academy Awards. AFO7 will be held at the Wyndam Orlando Resort from July 28-30. More […]

"Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" to Debut on May 5

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
A press release from the Walt Disney Company has announced that Mickey Mouse Clubhouse will debut on Friday, May 5. The show will be “the first Mickey Mouse series created specifically for preschoolers,” and will also be the first TV show to use CGI to animate Disney’s “Sensational Six” (Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, […]

Winnie the Pooh Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

by Ed Liuon April 13, 2006
Winnie the Pooh received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, April 11, in commemoration of the famous bear’s 80th anniversary. The awarding of the star is part of Disney’s 18-month long jamboree celebrating Pooh’s anniversary. The day also marked the release of 1997’s Pooh’s Grand Adventure – The Search for Christopher […]

"Samurai 7" Light on Action, Heavy on Plot

by on April 12, 2006
At first, the idea of fusing sci-fi with ancient samurai tales doesn’t look all that promising. After all, there are a million ways you could screw something like that up. Then I watched the first volume of Samurai 7, where Kanbe goes out without a protective suit and, with a normal, everyday sword, slices a […]