Video Business has announced the winners of the DVDX Awards. Among the winners were The Incredibles with four wins, including Overall DVD, New Movie and New Movie Scenes for the small feature “Jack-Jack Attack.” Other winners included Tarzan II which won three awards, and Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch which took home […]
Sana Kurata, despite only being 12, has accomplished more than most people accomplish in their entire lives. Between being the star of the popular TV series Child’s Toy, appearing in commercials, and attending school full-time, it’s amazing that she still manages to fix every personal problem of those around her. She’s tamed the class lone […]
The re-packaging of older Bandai titles continues in the month of June, as Galaxy Angel, Mobile Fighter G-Gundam, Love Hina, and Banner of the Stars 2 get full series re-releases in the Anime Legends line. Other releases slated for June include the final volume of Cowboy Bebop Remix, a second volume of Eureka 7, more […]
Pixar Animation Studios announced profits of $30.9 million on revenues of $55.6 million for the fourth quarter of 2005, for earnings of $0.25 per diluted share. These results are significantly lower than those from a year ago, whose $55.2 million profit rivaled this past quarter’s entire profit. However, the quarterly numbers capped off Pixar’s most […]
The official website for Pixar’s Cars has opened with content about the film. Jim Hill has run through the material available there now, pointing out highlights of the site along with in-jokes and missing content. Cars is scheduled for release in the U.S. on June 9, 2006. In a related story, Hill has also written […]
Devil’s Due Publishing has announced their trade paperback release schedule for the second quarter of 2006, which will include two Familiy Guy original graphic novels and a collection of the Snake Eyes: Declassified mini-series which was spun off from their regular G.I. Joe comic book series.
Artist Todd Nauck was just interviewed by Newsarama.com about his work on Teen Titans Go!, a brief stint on the recent regular Teen Titans book, and his own creator-owned series Wildguard, which combines superhero genre fiction with reality TV.
There are very few anime documentaries out there, and most of them poke fun at the fandom instead of looking at it in a neutral light like other documentaries are supposed to do. Who knew a college kid’s final project would be the one to get things right? For his final project, anime fan Eric […]
The following interview was conducted with Eric Bresler, director of documentary film Otaku Unite!, at the New York Comic-Con on Februrary 25 and 26, with some supplemental questions being answered over e-mail. Toon Zone: What is Otaku Unite!? Eric Bresler: Otaku Unite! is a documentary on the history of Japanese animation fandom in the United […]
Max the Mutt Animation School will be conducting a workshop on writing for comics with writer/artist Ty Templeton (Batman Adventures, Bigg Time), beginning March 23, 2006, at the school’s campus in Toronto. Enrollment is limited, and full details can be found at the Max the Mutt Animation School website.