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Adult Swim Marketing Campaign Causes Bomb Scare in Boston

by Chris Woodon January 31, 2007
Electronic devices placed around Boston as part of a nationwide marketing campaign for Adult Swim show Aqua Teen Hunger Force caused a bomb scare today, resulting in multiple road closings. Read the full AP article here.

Warner Announces New "Tom & Jerry: Volume 1" Replacement Program Information

by Bird Boyon January 31, 2007
Warner Home Video has released an official statement about their Tom & Jerry Spotlight Collection: Volume 1 replacement program. “Previously, Warner Home Video had advised consumers who purchased Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection: Volume 1 DVD that certain episodes on Disc 1 had an alternate picture/audio track. Warner Home Video offered to replace Disc 1 […]

"Gundam SEED Destiny" Athrun: Ladies Man Extraordinaire

by Dukeon January 31, 2007
After a breakneck start, Gundam SEED Destiny took a breather on the last disc, and is about to kick the plot back into high gear—but not before giving us some good, old-fashioned harem hilarity and the return of one of the original series’ greatest annoyances. After destroying the Lohengrin cannon at the Suez base, the […]

Bandai Visual Confirms ‘Gunbuster 2’, ‘Honneamise’ Licenses, Announces ‘Rean’

by Nobuyuki samaon January 31, 2007
Bandai Visual announced its acquisition of Gunbuster 2, Wings of Rean and its eventual plans to release Wings of Honneamise during its panel at the ‘Anime LA’ convention held last weekend, according to a report at Anime News Network. Confirming an acquisition announcement first published in the latest issue of Newtype USA, Gunbuster 2 (known […]

DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Break Up

by Nobuyuki samaon January 30, 2007
DreamWorks Animation SKG and Aardman Animations, Ltd. today announced that they were ending their exclusive partnership in creating animated films, a collaboration that has produced the feature films Chicken Run (2000), the Academy Award-winning Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005), and Flushed Away (2006). The multi-picture deal between the two companies began […]

PR: DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Animations to End Production Agreement

by Nobuyuki samaon January 30, 2007
GLENDALE, Calif., Jan. 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — DreamWorks Animation SKG (NYSE: DWA) and Aardman Animations, Ltd. today announced that they will no longer continue their exclusive partnership in creating animated films. Together the two companies have collaborated on three feature films: Chicken Run (2000), Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005), and Flushed Away […]

"Camp Lazlo" Feature Movie Premieres Feb 18, 2007

by Ed Liuon January 30, 2007
Cartoon Network has issued a press release announcing the February 18 debut of Where’s Lazlo, the first original one-hour Camp Lazlo movie. The movie will reveal the past history of the campers and how drastically the arrival of Lazlo the monkey changed life at Camp Kidney Bean. Read the full press release here.

Corus Sends Tony Hawk, Jimmy/Timmy, Rugrats, Avatar and More to Canada in March

by Ed Liuon January 30, 2007
A press release from Corus Kids Television contains programming highlights for March 2007, including the debuts on YTV of Tony Hawk: Boom Boom Sabotage, two Rugrats specials, and the season 2 finale to Avatar the Last Airbender. Strawberry Shortcake will get the spotlight on companion channel Treehouse. Read the full press release here.

Canada to receive The Anime Channel

by Matt Hazudaon January 30, 2007
The Canadian Radio Television and Telecommunications Commission has approved YTV’s request to create a new network called The Anime Channel. The station will carry a minimum of 65% anime and up to 35% “anime-related” content. (via Zannen, Canada)

Jules Feiffer to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award from Animation Writers Caucus

by Ed Liuon January 30, 2007
Writer and cartoonist Jules Feiffer will be receiving this year’s Animation Writing Award for lifetime achievement from the Animation Writers Caucus of the Writers Guild of America, West, according to animation writer Mark Evanier. Feiffer has written in a variety of media, including comics, prose, and animation. A profile of Feiffer by Evanier is appearing […]