Roger Dean is developing a $17 million CGI-animated film based on a story embedded in the covers he has made for Yes, the artist reports at his website. The 90-minute feature, Floating Islands, will be about a boy searching for a space ark that survived the destruction of a tiny planet. (via Animated-News)
Goodtimes Video will release six Willl Vinton films to DVD under the umbrella title “Clay Classics,” Animated Bliss reports. The films (The Little Prince, God’s Trombones, Martin The Cobbler, Michael The Visitor, Rip Van Winkle and The Star Child) will be released on April 5 and retail for $5.95 each.
Walt Disney CEO Michael Eisner has long opposed the elevation of his lieutenant Robert Iger to the number one spot at the company, and others at Disney have also questioned Iger’s abilities, the Los Angeles Times reports. The Times article draws on the forthcoming James Stewart book DisneyWar to paint an unflattering portrait of the […]
The year is 2005, Atlanta. Due to globalization and market expansion, animé has evolved. But so has its darker elements. Drama has become increasingly sophisticated, but with a growing amount of light-hearted anime threatening to topple the towering pile of angst anime companies have accumulating since EVA, Geneon decides to take action. They retool their […]
Everyone should know the basic premise of Neon Genesis Evangelion by this point whether you’ve seen the entire series, just caught the quick Toonami run, or heard the legions of fanboys screaming like little girls over it. Giant robots battle giant monsters, all while a whiny kid named Shinji gives viewers giant headaches. And it’s […]
The Danger Service Agency will handle any job for a price. It doesn’t matter if it’s tracking down a missing person (especially if your favorite weather woman is involved) or following a would-be adulterer (do robot duplicates count?), Mikura, her pals, and her orange spandex will get any job done right. But should you engage […]
Brad Bird will sign copies of The Art of The Incredibles on Wednesday, February 9, at the Barnes and Noble bookstore at The Grove at Farmers Market in Los Angeles. The first 250 fans will also receive a copy of the screenplay to The Incredibles. The signing will begin at 7:30pm. [Source: PR Newsire]
Who’s the kid with the spiky hair!? SHOBU! Flaming hand up in the air! SHOBU! Creatures battlin’ in the zone! SHOBU! Gonna take the trophy home! SHOBU! Duel Masters! Duel Masters! DUEL MASTERS! The battle’s on! Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. When you have a catchy theme and an advertising campaign that hits you over […]