Batman: The Animated Series is the best television adaptation any comic book superhero has ever received. A perfect blend of action, drama and character, all realized through beautiful animation, it is the gold standard against which all action adventure animation must be compared. It was daring and bold, not just for its time but for […]
The Vatican and the Pentagon are working together. Their goal? Bio-engineering. The Pentagon wants an alien super weapon, while the Vatican wants to clone the star of The Passion of The Christ (and I’m not talking about the guy from Frequency). To achieve their goals, they need the scientific mind of Dr. Kyoji Ogami, the […]
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is partnering with DreamWorks Animation SKG to inaugurate a historic innovation to showcase the 2005 show. This marks the first time in Westminster’s history that the dog show has accepted a sponsorship partner outside of a dog food company. For the first time, highlights of the competition in the […]
4Kids Entertainment Home Video and FUNimation will release the third volume of the special DVD collector’s editions of Yu-Gi-Oh! and Shaman King to home video on February 22, the companies said today. The discs, previously unavailable in the U.S. and Canada, will contain features edited to conform to U.S. broadcast standards and to make room […]
Dan Didio, VP Editorial for DC Comics, has spoken to Newsarama.com about DC Countdown, the upcoming summer event that promises to shake up the status quo in the DC universe. Didio delves into the connections between Countdown and the recently concluded Identity Crisis, along with the many mini-series and tie-ins Countdown will spawn. DC Countdown […]
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that some PBS member stations may air a controversial episode of Postcards from Buster, where the rabbit title character visits a lesbian couple in Vermont (free registration required). Meanwhile, the Boston Globe is reporting that WGBH, the Boston PBS affiliate which produces the show, has pushed the episode back […]
A new website is pitting writer/artist Scott McCloud against a bear. McCloud, writer/artist for Understanding Comics and writer for Superman Adventures and the newly released Superman: Strength, claims to have no knowledge of the site or of any heretofore unrevealed bear-fighting skills. The bear was unavailable for comment.
Artist Tim Seeley has spoken to ComicBookResources.com about his work on Devil’s Due Publishing’s Hack/Slash: The Final Revenge of Evil Ernie and the current G.I. Joe comic book series. Seeley briefly talks about the big upcoming change of direction for G.I. Joe and his upcoming departure from the title.