Jimmy Kudo (or Shinichi Kudo, depending on your version preference) was your standard high school genius detective. They’re all over Japan. But when shady criminals drug him, his body is turned into that of an elementary school kid. To protect his loved ones, he keeps this a secret from everyone except one close friend. His […]
WARNING: The following review is of a “TV MA-VSL” DVD featuring massive amounts of flesh. This disc is absolutely not appropriate for children. So if you’re not old enough to watch South Park or buy Halo, stop reading now. Kamen Rider: The masked-motorcyclist-bug-dude who defends the world. Tuxedo Kamen: The masked man in a suit […]
Champloo is an Okinawan word meaning “to mix up,” and that’s exactly what Geneon’s Samurai Champloo does, mixing wildly disparate styles into a swirling stew of influences. The most obvious of these combinations is that of feudal Japan and hip-hop. The latter isn’t just present in the background or the music, but in the attitude […]
The World’s Finest have put up their newest interview, this time with The Batman Strikes! artist, Christopher Jones. Head on over to read the interview and stop by their “Backstage” section of their The Batman sub-site to check out art from previous and upcoming issues of The Batman Strikes!, provided by Christopher Jones. Those hankering […]
Teletoon has released info on episodes #14 – 26 of The Batman‘s second season. Featured is the debut of new villains Ragdoll, Solomon Grundy, Spellbinder and reappearences by Joker, Catwoman, Firefly and Mr. Freeze. The titles and loglines are available through the Teletoon Flash website. If you don’t have flash enabled, The World’s Finest has […]
Michael Bay will direct the Transformers live-action feature, MTV reports. The film, from DreamWorks, is slated for a November 2006 release. Separately, MTV says that Tim Hill will direct Garfield 2 for Twentieth Century Fox. Hill’s previous work includes Muppets from Space, and he has written for SpongeBob SquarePants.
The University Press of Mississippi has published two books on the golden age of animation, AWN reports. Chuck Jones: Conversations collects a thirty-year span of interviews with the long-time Warner Bros. director. Living Life Inside the Lines: Tales from the Golden Age of Animation is Martha Sigall’s first-hand account of working in the Warner Bros. […]