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"École du Ciel" A Gundam Sidestory That Actually Works

by on June 22, 2006
If there’s one thing you can count out of Sunrise, it’s a Gundam sidestory based in the Universal Century. There’s literally been dozens of sidestories, usually set around the One Year War, and it seems as though they’ll never end. Once in a while, one of those sidestories makes it into the U.S. Enter École […]

JEWEL to Assist with New Nickelodeon Character

by Weathermanon June 22, 2006
Pop star JEWEL is developing a new girl-power character for US cartoon network Nickelodeon. The singer’s creation will be called PUNK ROCK ANGEL GIRL. [Source: ContactMusic.com] (via AntiMusic.com)

Todd Nauck on "Teen Titans Go!," "Wildguard," and Spidey

by Ed Liuon June 21, 2006
Artist Todd Nauck has spoken to Newsarama.com about the projects he is working on at the moment, including his creator-owned Wildguard superhero series, his work on the Teen Titans Go! tie-in comic book, and a fill-in gig on Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man with Peter David, his former creative partner on DC’s Young Justice comic.

BCI Launches "Ink & Paint" Brand of DVDs

by Dan Collinson June 21, 2006
BCI has introduced a line of animated DVDs entitled Ink & Paint. The brand deals with classic cartoons from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. Included in the brand are He-Man & the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra: Princess of Power, Flash Gordon, and many others from both the Hearst and Filmation libraries. Fans can check […]

Press Release: Navarre Corporation’s BCI Announces Ink & Paint Brand

by Dan Collinson June 21, 2006
NAVARRE CORPORATION’S BCI ANNOUNCES<O</O INK & PAINT BRAND<O</O <O</O Label To Be Devoted To Classic Animated Programming<O</O <O</O Exclusive Web Site To Offer Fans Blogs and Newsletters<O</O Los Angeles, CA – As it continues to release a full array of classic animated television programs and movies, BCI, a wholly owned subsidiary of Navarre Corporation, has […]

Putting the ‘S’ in "Super"

by on June 21, 2006
If you’re wanting Superman: Brainiac Attacks scrubbed from your mind, you’ll find no better brillo pad than volume three of Superman: The Animated Series (STAS), just out on DVD. Hmmm, problem and solution released on the same day. I doubt that’s the way Warner Home Video looks at it, but maybe you should just take […]

"Transformers" Teaser Trailer Launching Soon

by on June 20, 2006
Superhero Hype! reports that the teaser trailer to the upcoming adaptation Transformers will hit the Internet on July 4th and then debut on the big screen in most theaters in front of Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest on July 7th. Transformers opens on July 4, 2007.

Spanish Networks Welcome "Pocoyo"

by Grant Whiteon June 20, 2006
Preschool series Pocoyo has been bought for Spanish airing, C21Media reports. The kids show will air on Spanish broadcaster TVE, Spanish pay-TV channel Boomerang, and Portugal’s RTP. In addition, UK broadcaster CiTV has also announced a further batch of episodes being produced to air there.

Metallica and Other Metal Acts Lend Voices to New Cartoon Network Series

by Weathermanon June 20, 2006
Metallica members James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett have lent their voices to the new Cartoon Network series Metalocalypse, which follows a Norwegian heavy metal band called Dethlok and the mayhem they cause. In addition to the Metallica stars, members of Nevermore and Arch Enemy are also contributing their voices to the series. [Source: Gigwise.com] (via […]

WB Contributes to Tasmanian Devil Preservation Efforts

by Ed Liuon June 20, 2006
The Sydney Morning Herald is reporting that Warner Brothers is finally going to contribute to efforts to save the Tasmanian Devil from extinction. The wild Tasmanian devil population has been decimated recently by a communicable cancer called the Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). It is expected that Warner Brothers will work with Tourism Tasmania to […]