The Los Angeles Times delves into the Disney Corporation’s efforts to update and upgrade their theme park attractions on the eve of the 50th anniversary of Disneyland (free registration required). The article addresses Disney’s strategy to compete with other theme parks as well as other entertainment media competing for recreational dollars.
The first annual Shuster Award winners were named over the weekend, recognizing outstanding Canadian comic talent for the past year. Ty Templeton shared top honors in the “Outstanding Canadian Comic Book Writer” category for his work on DC’s Batman Adventures, while Darwyn Cooke won in the “Outstanding Canadian Comic Book Cartoonist” category for DC: The […]
Kids will get a chance to program a special three-hour Cartoon Network marathon, thanks to a joint promotion by the network and ConAgra Foods, the companies announced Friday. The winner of the “Big Wig Gig!” sweepstakes will be given a trip to Cartoon Network headquarters in Atlanta to take a behind-the-scenes, VIP tour of the […]
If you’re one of the casual fans who don’t quite yet grasp the massive scope of the Lupin the Third franchise, this should give you some idea: the series has produced a TV special every single year from 1989 until today. These typically air during summer vacation, I suppose to maximize the young audience. With […]
It looks like Teen Titans was feeling left out. Like The Batman and Justice League Unlimited before it, new episodes of Teen Titans will premiere in Canada before airing in the US. Thankfully, for you American viewers, the episodes will premiere on Cartoon Network mere days after they air on the Canadian channel YTV. According […]
Disney Channel has announced the following animated movies and specials for the month of May. Please note that schedules are subject to change without notice. Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein (1999) – Sunday, May 15 (11:00am, ET/PT) Care Bears: Journey to Joke-A-Lot (2004) – Monday, May 9 (8:00pm, ET/PT) Duck Tales: The Movie: The […]