Lately on Zixx: Level Two, Zixx, Riley, Meghan, and Dwayne, along with the permanentally digital Flanngo, have been defending The Keep from aliens, most recently Mark O. Things get a little creepy in this week’s episode, “Pet Project,” as the world turns all Children Of The Corn with a freakish little girl. Can the heroes […]
Last time on Melody of Oblivion, our hero Bocca was in the middle of getting to the bottom of some mysteries related to the evil Monster Union and their relationship to a seaside village kept in a spooky eternal night by a constant mist which keeps the tourism business booming. He’d worked out that the […]
Writer Joe Casey has spoken to Newsarama.com about the G.I. Joe: America’s Elite comic book series he is writing for Devil’s Due Publishing. In a related news item, issues #5 and 6 of the series will be double-sized to include a two-part backup story centering on Zartan written by Josh Blaylock.
An article in the New York Times covers the deal between Nickelodeon and THQ to co-develop Tak the jungle boy as a videogame and animated television property (registration required). The recently released Tak: The Great Juju Challenge is the third in the videogame series, while an animated pilot for a TV show is currently in […]
In what may arguably be the best superhero film of 2005 (then again, with Fantastic Four being the only other real “superhero” movie, that’s not saying much), Batman Begins thrilled critics, wowed audiences and gave fans of the big, bad Bat what they wanted in a film. As it turns out, what the fans wanted […]
Trivandrum-based Toonz Animation India and California-based First Serve Ent. will form a joint venture, First Serve Toonz (FST), which will produce and distribute animation programming for the international marketplace as well as operate a consumer products licensing business, AWN reports. Ed Borgerding, a 20-years veteran of The Walt Disney Company, has been named CEO of […]
Happy Feet, Warner Bros.’ animated musical comedy about a tap-dancing Emperor Penguin and his adventures in the Antarctic, will be released domestically in IMAX 3D simultaneous with the film’s 2D premiere in conventional theaters on November 17, 2006. AWN has more.
Nickelodeon has announced their Halloween programming plans for this year. PR Newswire has details.
Superhero Hype! reports that actor Nicholas Cage has named his newborn baby son, Kal-el, after DC Comics hero Superman.
Fox has officially announced the seventh season of The Simpsons on DVD, confirming rumors that it would get a release before the 2005 holiday season. Though a list of commentaries and box art are not yet available, they will likely be revealed soon. TVShowsOnDVD has more.