Michael Uslan, producer for numerous live-action and animated Batman projects, will be honored by Indiana University and the city of Bloomington, Indiana, for “Batman Week in Bloomington” from September 12 – 16. The 30,000 comics and graphic novels that Uslan has donated to Indiana University’s Lilly Library will be the core of a special exhibition […]
Adult Swim has pushed back the debut of The Boondocks to Sunday, November 6, Cartoon Network said today. The series will premiere at 11:00pm (ET/PT). The show had previously been scheduled to debut on October 2. Friday Night Fix, Adult Swim.com’s internet broadcast service, will also push back the series’ debut date, to November 4. […]
Student animators and game developers are being encouraged to submit entries to the Animex Student Animation Awards, Computer Graphics World reports. Deadline for entry is October 1, 2005. For more information, visit the Animex International Festival of Animation & Computer Games website.
“I have a feeling that you’re riding for some kind of a terrible, terrible fall. But I don’t honestly know what kind….” – Mr. Antolini, Chapter 24, Catcher in the Rye. If you already hate Koi Kaze, don’t even bother reading this. No, really, I’m dead serious. Nothing in this volume is going to redeem […]
Wow! That title is a bit more than a mouthful. Based on the manga of the same name (also released by ADV), Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok puts an interesting spin on Norse mythology. Loki has been banished from Asgard by Odin and forced to live among mortals trapped in the body of a small boy. […]
AdultSwim.com will offer select Adult Swim content on the internet with Friday Night Fix, Cartoon Network said today. The new service will launch on Friday, September 16. The lineup will be available from 11:00pm to 6:00am (ET) every Friday night, with episodes refreshing weekly. Offerings will include seven or more episodes of Adult Swim original […]
Comedy Central has ordered fourteen new episodes of South Park and extended its contract with series creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone in a deal that will keep the duo at the network through 2008, AWN reports. New episodes of the series will begin airing on October 19.
Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show will move to Comedy Central, AWN reports. The series, which originally aired on The WB last fall, will make its Comedy Central premiere on September 26 at 10:00pm.
Live Freaky! Die Freaky!, a stop-motion-animated musical featuring vocal performances by a string of alternative rockers, will be released on the midnight-movie circuit in the first quarter of 2006, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is set in the year 3069, where a young man uses the story of Charles Manson as the basis […]
Geneon will release Fafner-Ultimate Sacrifice, Volume Two to DVD on September 20, the company says. The release will include four uncut episodes in bilingual 2.0 Surround (English and Japanese) with two English subtitle streams (dialogue and signs only); creditless opening and ending animation sequences; and reversible DVD cover. It will retail for $29.98. [Source: Geneon […]